Oliver, Ford & Singletary among 7 draft picks signed by Bills

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Oklahoma guard Cody Ford enters the stage after the Buffalo Bills selected him during the second round of the NFL football draft, Friday, April 26, 2019, in Nashville, Tenn. (AP Photo/Mark Humphrey)

Ed Oliver wasn’t the only rookie to agree to terms and sign his first contract with the Bills on Thursday.

The 9th overall pick was joined by six players from the 2019 draft class who signed their four-year rookie deals.

Offensive lineman Cody Ford (2nd Round), runing back Devin Singletary (3rd round) and tight end Tommy Sweeney (7th round) are the offensive players who signed their deals ahead of rookie minicamp on Friday.

Linebacker Vosean Joseph (5th round), safety JaQuan Johnson (6th Round) along with defensive end Darryl Johnson Jr. (7th round) also agreed to terms on their contracts.

Only tight end Dawnson Knox, who was also drafted in the third round, remains unsigned.

The team also announced they officially put pen to paper with eight undrafted free agents, including UB quarterback Tyree Jackson, cornerback Cam Lewis and West Virginia receiver David Sills.

UDFAs Signed to 3-year contracts:
QB Tyree Jackson (Buffalo)
WR David Sills (West Virginia)
WR Nick Easley (Iowa)
OL Blake Hance (Northwestern)
CB Cam Lewis (Buffalo)
LB Tyrel Dodson (Texas A&M)
LB Juwan Foggie (Charlotte)
K Chase McLoughlin (Illinois)

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