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Get to know these 12 undrafted free agent signings for Bills rookie minicamp

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The Bills have added 12 undrafted rookie free agents to their roster ahead of rookie minicamp. Buffalo added six offensive players, five defensive players and one special teamer.

Here's what to know about each of the 12 signings.

G Keaton Bills, Utah — 6-4, 321

Bills was a three-year starter at Utah and played with current Bills TE Dalton Kincaid for two of those seasons. In 2023, Bills was named a team captain for the Utes and a Pac-12 All-Conference honorable mention.

He made 36 starts in his career, all of which occurred at left guard. Bills has four brothers and six sisters and majored in Family, Community and Human Development. He is from Draper, Utah.

P Jack Browning, San Diego State — 5-11, 190

Browning was SDSU's starting place kicker and punter the last two seasons and set the Mountain West record for longest career field goal with a 61-yard FG against Air Force in 2023. He converted 35 of 47 FG attempts (74%) during that time, 53 of 53 PATs and was a 2023 Second Team All-Mountain West selection.

As a punter, he averaged 45.8 yards per punt. Browning started his collegiate career at Grossmont College, then walked on at SDSU where he eventually was awarded a scholarship. He is from Lakeside, CA.

DE David Ugwoegbu, Houston — 6-4, 250

Ugwoegbu has experience playing both edge rusher and inside linebacker. He racked up 41 tackles, 6 TFL and 3 sacks in his senior year at Houston. Prior to playing at Houston, Ugwoegbu appeared in 51 games at Oklahoma and combined for 212 tackles. He is a native of Katy, Texas and attended Seven Lakes HS.

CB Keni-H Lovely, Western Michigan — 5-10, 176

Lovely is a defensive back out of Boynton Beach, FL and earned Third Team All-MAC during his redshirt senior season at WMU. He totaled 48 tackles, 4.5 TFL, 3 forced fumbles and 2 INT. His brothers James Looney and Joe Looney have both played in the NFL.

G Gunner Britton, Auburn — 6-6, 312

Britton is a versatile offensive lineman who has experience playing three different positions along the o-line. He started in all 12 regular season games in 2023 and earned Second Team AP All-SEC.

Britton earned his bachelor's degree in 2021 from Western Kentucky and transferred to Auburn as a graduate student for the 2023 season. He is from Conway, S.C.

CB Te'Cory Couch, Miami — 5-10, 185

A five-year player at Miami, Couch played for new Bills defensive backs coach Jahmile Addae during the 2022 and 2023 seasons. Couch had his most productive season last year as he started in 12 games, recording 38 tackles and 3 INT.

He is a native of Fort Lauderdale, FL and attended Chaminade-Madonna HS. Couch was a college teammate of Bills DE Greg Rousseau at Miami from 2019-20.

RB Frank Gore Jr. , Southern Mississippi — 5-8, 201

Gore Jr. played in 47 games and totaled 759 attempts for 4,022 rushing yards and 26 rushing touchdowns. Gore Jr. averaged 5.3 yards per carry and scored four receiving touchdowns over his career at Southern Miss.

He finished in third place in school history in rushing yards and led the team in rushing yards during all four of his seasons with Southern Miss. Gore Jr. had more than 1,100 rushing yards in each of his last two seasons.

He is the son of former Bills running back Frank Gore Sr. who played 16 seasons in the NFL and totaled 16,000 rushing yards (third on NFL's all-time rushing list) and 99 total touchdowns. Gore Jr. is from Miami, FL.

DT Rondell Bothroyd, Oklahoma — 6-3, 273

Bothroyd played for Wake Forest before transferring to Oklahoma for one season. He started in 13 games and registered 25 total tackles, three and a half tackles for loss, five quarterback hurries and one fumble recovery in 2023 with the Sooners.

The DT has played in 61 games and has racked up 161 total tackles, 16.5 sacks, 34 tackles for loss, four forced fumbles and five fumble recoveries during his collegiate career. His most productive season came in 2021 when he had eight sacks, 16.5 tackles for loss and two forced fumbles. Bothroyd also earned honorable mention All-Big 12 in 2023. He is from Manchester, CT.

OL Mike Edwards, Campbell — 6-5, 363

Edwards started in 20 games during his collegiate career. He earned first team All-Big South, second-team All-American and All-CAA honors in 2023. Edwards also helped push his team to over 400 yards of total offense in six games last season. With Edwards on the line, the team reached a single season record in passing yards during the 2022 and 2023 seasons. He is from Hope Mills, NC.

WR Lawrence Keys, Tulane — 5-9, 171

Keys played in 22 games for Tulane from 2022-2023 and totaled 59 receptions, 858 receiving yards and nine touchdowns. The WR also returned kicks and averaged 26.8 yards per kick return.

During the 2023 season, Keys caught 33 passes for 599 yards and added seven touchdowns. He also returned three kickoffs for 74 yards that season. Prior to Tulane, Keys played for the University of Notre Dame from 2018-2021. He played in 21 games and caught 18 passes for 185 yards. He is from New Orleans, LA.

DT Branson Deen, Miami — 6-1, 298

Deen started his career at Purdue (2018-2022) before transferring to Miami in 2023. He played in 11 games last season and registered two and a half sacks, five and a half tackles for loss and 18 total tackles. He's played in 50 games over his collegiate career and racked up 10 sacks, 21 tackles for loss, 92 total tackles and one forced fumble.

Deen's best season came in 2021 when he started in 11 games and totaled three sacks, nine and a half tackles for loss, one forced fumble and 26 total tackles. He is from Indianapolis, IN.

WR Xavier Johnson, Ohio State — 6-1, 204

Johnson is a versatile wide receiver as he was used in the run game and on special teams for the Buckeyes. The WR played in 55 games and totaled 26 receptions for 329 receiving yards and two receiving touchdowns. He also had 44 carries for 353 rushing yards and one rushing touchdown. Johnson returned 28 kickoffs for 601 yards and averaged 21.5 yards per return.

During the 2023 season, Johnson played in 13 games and registered 28 carries for 190 rushing yards, 13 catches for 178 receiving yards and returned 11 kickoffs for 250 yards. The six-year player is from Cincinnati, OH.

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