The Bills added a local Western New York product to their practice squad Wednesday signing FB Jehuu Caulcrick.
Caulcrick (6'0" 250), a Clymer, NY native, was just released from the San Francisco 49ers practice squad Monday. A former undrafted rookie signing of the New York Jets in 2008, he spent most of his rookie season on their practice squad. Caulcrick has also spent time with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.
He's also still Western New York's all-time leading high school rusher, and was named Class 'D' New York State Player of the Year in 2003.
Caulcrick is now the second local product on the Bills practice squad joining Buffalo native and U.B. product Naaman Roosevelt.
Buffalo also added WR Montez Billings to their practice squad, following the promotion of WR Paul Hubbard to the active roster.
Billings (6'1", 181) is an undrafted rookie out of Auburn that was most recently on the practice squad of the New Orleans Saints after originally signing with the club in May. He was released by New Orleans on Oct. 15. He caught 55 passes for 645 yards and a touchdown in his college career.