BY NICK ST. DENIS
Dorin Dickerson and Nick Saenz had a chance to don some Bills gear over the weekend, and it looks like they'll be wearing Buffalo's colors a little longer.
Dickerson, an H-back player, and Saenz, a safety, participated in the Bills' three-day rookie camp and were signed Monday, according to the team's website.
Dickerson was drafted out of Pittsburgh by the Texans in 2010 and saw some special teams action that year before spending time on the Steelers and Patriots practice squads.
Saenz, an undrafted free agent out of the University of Houston, started three years in college.
Buffalo also signed undrafted free agent tackle James Carmon from Mississippi State and released quarterback Aaron Corp and safety Ian Wild.
All three of the Bills' Monday signing will be extra bodies at camp and obvious longshots to crack the final roster, though Dickerson could find a role on special teams.
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