BY DAN BEGNOCHE
With training camp approaching, the Bills’ receiving corps has finally crossed all the T’s and dotted the I’s.
Buffalo agreed to terms with rookie T.J. Graham Monday, the team's last drafted rookie left to ink a deal. The Bills’ third-rounder out of North Carolina State was touted as one of Buffalo’s best picks, a speedy wideout with deep-threat and special-teams potential.
“I’m just excited to officially be part of the team so I’m ready to get things started,” Graham told buffalobills.com earlier in the day.
Luckily for Graham, he didn’t miss any practice time on the field, and with a packed crowd going into training camp, he’ll have to show he deserves a spot on the roster.
Graham had 99 catches for 1,453 yards and 12 touchdowns in his college career and will compete for the "No. 2" receiver role with fellow wideouts David Nelson and Donald Jones.
Graham reportedly saw most, if not all of his minicamp practice time on the outside, so Buffalo is certainly looking to take advantage of his blazing speed.
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