Buffalo Bills Rookie Camp Roster


The Buffalo Bills are set and ready to start their rookie camp and have it go for the next couple of days.  With the rookie camp starting, it is going to be the first time that we as fans, and the organization, get to have a look at the rookies in the Buffalo Bills logo.  Their road to making the 53 man squad begins now. 

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The Buffalo Bills have a total of 39 rookies attending their camp today.  Here is the breakdown of those 39 rookies based on how they came to the Buffalo Bills.

The Draft:

Ronald Darby, cornerback
John Miller , guard
Karlos Williams, running back
Tony Steward, linebacker
TE Nick O’Leary, tight end
WR Dezmin Lewis, wide receiver

Players that are eligible as 1st year players (practice squad)

Deon Broomfield, safety, 2014 Bills practice squad
Jimmy Gaines, linebacker, 2014 Bills practice squad
Caleb Holley, wide receiver, 2014 Bills practice squad
D.J. Morrell, guard, 2014 Bills practice squad
Tobais Palmer, wide receiver, 2014 Bills practice squad
Jeremy Towns, defensive tackle, 2014 Bills practice squad

Players that are eligible as 1st year players (non-practice squad)

Darryl Johnson, guard
Corey Knox, fullback
Chris Manhertz, tight end

Undrafted Rookies

Jermaine Barton, offensive tackle
Clay Burton, tight end
Tyson Chandler, offensive tackle
Andre Davis, wide receiver
Justin Hamilton, defensive tackle
Andrew Hudson, linebacker
BJ Larsen, defensive end
Merrill Noel, cornerback
Cedric Reed, defensive end
Spencer Roth, punter
AJ Tarpley, linebacker
Cam Thomas, cornerback
Erik Williams, defensive end

Invited Rookies To The Camp For Tryouts

Anthony Davis, wide receiver
Prince-Tyson Gulley, running back
Darius Kelly, safety
Roderick McDowell, running back
Wes Miller, cornerback
Reggie Owens, cornerback
TraVaughn Pascal, linebacker
Sam Rodgers, long snapper
EJ Scott, wide receiver
Austin Trainor, quarteback
Julius White, safety

Just a couple of guys to keep your eyes on during the first set of camps here, and to see who makes it to the OTAs and on into June for the Mandatory Mini-camps, would be Nick O’Leary, the Buffalo Bills draft pick from the 6th round.  Bringing in depth at the tight end spot was needed to add to Charles Clay and MarQueis Gray.

Offensive lineman John Miller, Darryl Johnson, D.J. Morrell, and Tyson Chandler will also be ones to watch as they will be competing for a slim number of spots on the offensive line.  It is not likely that the Bills will carry more than 9 or 10 lineman, and even that might be figuring high.  With Buffalo already having 8 lineman on the roster, there may only be 1 or 2 spots available and may be one of the position battles to keep an eye on.

The other two positions I would keep an eye on would the that of the linebackers as well as the safety position.  All in all there are 5 linebackers and 3 safeties, that will competing for a limited amount of spots at these positions and with the safety, Duke Williams might have the edge to start next ot Aaron Williams and there could be the possibility that Corey Graham will move back there as well.

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