The Buffalo Bills announced Thursday that they’ve signed seven draft picks to four-year contracts.
The full list includes:
|3.||96.||BUF||Dawson Knox||TE||Ole Miss|
|7.||225.||BUF||Darryl Johnson||DE||NC A&T||Signed|
The undrafted free agent signings include:
- LB Tyrel Dodson, Texas A&M
- WR Nick Easley, Iowa
- QB Tyree Jackson, Buffalo
- CB Cam Lewis, Buffalo
- LB Juwan Foggie, Charlotte
- K Chase McLaughlin, Illinois
- OL Blake Hance, Northwestern
- WR David Sills, West Virginia
Oliver, 21, was selected by the Bills with the No. 9 overall pick. He was considered one of the best available interior defensive linemen in the 2019 NFL Draft and was rumored to be a potential top-five pick.
According to OverTheCap.com, Oliver receives a four-year, $19,675,150 rookie contract that includes $12,329,200 signing bonus.
During his three-year college career at Houston, Oliver recorded 192 tackles, 53 tackles for a loss, 13.5 sacks, five forced fumbles, a recovery and 11 pass defenses over the course of 32 games.
Ford, 22, was the No. 38 overall pick by the Bills out of Oklahoma. Buffalo traded up with the Raiders to select him and exchanged their No. 40 overall pick and a fifth-round pick.
According to OverTheCap.com, Ford receives a four-year, $7,507,460 rookie contract including a $3,479,972 signing bonus.
During his three-year career at Oklahoma, Ford started 21 out of a potential 29 games, including all 14 games in 2018 at right tackle.