The Buffalo Bills have signed CB Jumal Rolle to a contract on Saturday, according to NFL Draft Diamonds.
Rolle, 26, originally signed on with the Bills as an undrafted free agent out of Catawba back in 2013. He lasted just a few months with the Bills before joining the Saints and Packers for brief periods of time.
The Texans later signed Rolle off of the Packers’ practice in October of 2015 and he managed to make the 53-man roster that season. However, Houston elected to cut him loose midseason to make room for QB Brandon Weeden and the Ravens later added him to their practice squad in November.
The Ravens brought him back on a one-year exclusive rights contract last year and even tendered him a restricted offer this offseason but later rescinded the deal back in March. Rolle signed on with the Cardinals a few weeks after this year’s draft, but was waived a few weeks ago.
Unfortunately, Rolle suffered a torn Achilles last year and subsequently missed the entire 2016 season.