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Williamsville native Glenn Gronkowski agrees to terms with Bills


The Bills will have a home grown talent on their roster this spring as Williamsville native Glenn Gronkowski has agreed to terms with Buffalo as an undrafted rookie free agent. He tweeted the news on his personal account early Saturday evening.

Staying home. Go bills! — Glenn Gronkowski (@ggronko) April 30, 2016

The fullback is expected to be in attendance at One Bills Drive late next week for the team's rookie minicamp.

Gronkowski, the younger brother of New England All-Pro TE Rob Gronkowski, played his college ball at Kansas State where he appeared in 39 games over the last three seasons including 20 starts. He had 15 catches in his college career with five going for touchdowns as he proved to be a good goal line receiving threat.

He earned 1st team All-Big 12 and second team All-Big 12 conference honors his final two seasons with the Wildcats.

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