Despite a blizzard in Buffalo, the Bills are still getting some business done Wednesday.
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The team agreed with cornerback Corey Graham on a four-year contract worth up to $20 million, according to NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport. The Bills later announced the move.
Graham is a great special-teams player that has also has played well in spurts at cornerback. He was the No. 81 overall player on our big board of free agents heading into Tuesday. The Bills also signed guard Chris Williams on Wednesday, giving him a surprisingly big contract.
This was never going to be an offseason where Buffalo made a big free agency splash like they did with Mario Williams a few seasons back. They are spending for role players now. Graham should be useful.
Below is a photo of coach Doug Marrone and Chris Williams on Wednesday -- one that they probably shouldn't show most players they are trying to recruit in free agency.
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