The Buffalo Bills had a very eventful day off the field, signing four rookies and moving into St. John Fisher College. On the field, a new member of the team had a very early "welcome to the NFL" moment, according to the Associated Press.
Former University of Buffalo cornerback Domonic Cook stayed after the Bills' first conditioning session at training camp yesterday to work with the rest of the defensive backs. After the 25-minute session, Cook collapsed on the sideline after most of the players had left the field.
Head coach Chan Gailey ruled out heat as a factor, and said the newcomer was expected to be fine. After laying on his back, Cook appeared woozy as he was being loaded onto a cart and driven to the training room.
Cook is the latest UB product to join the Bills following Naaman Roosevelt's success in 2010. Cook will be battling for one of the final defensive back spots.