After being quiet on the first day of NFL Free Agency Tuesday, the Buffalo Bills aren’t letting a blizzard stop them from making moves on day two as the team has signed former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Graham to a contract on Wednesday.
The deal, which was first reported by Adam Caplan, is four years worth a total of $16-million.
In his seven seasons in the NFL, Graham has played in 109 games and started 23 of them. He has 10 interceptions in his career, and 196 career tackles.
The signing of Graham is extra special for the player because Graham is a Buffalo native who went to Turner Carroll High School in Buffalo. Buffalo also signed guard Chris Williams from the St. Louis Rams earlier in the day on Wednesday. CB Nolan Carroll was expected to visit with the Bills, but nothing has been said since the visit was announced.