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Buffalo Bills, Robert Woods agree to four-year deal, per report

Buffalo's likely No. 2 wide receiver will likely sign a deal of similar value to last year's No. 41 overall pick, starting left tackle Cordy Glenn.

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ESPN's James Walker is reporting, citing a source, that the Buffalo Bills and wide receiver Robert Woods have agreed to a four-year rookie contract. Woods has yet to sign anything, as he's been in Los Angeles for the past few days at the NFLPA Rookie Premiere along with new teammates E.J. Manuel and Marquise Goodwin.

Woods, a second-round pick in this past April's 2013 NFL Draft, will sign a contract valued very similarly to last year's No. 41 overall pick, Bills left tackle Cordy Glenn. His was a four-year, $4.865 million contract with $2.92 million guaranteed. Of note on that contract: Glenn received a $1.978 million signing bonus, and his base salaries in 2012 and 2013 were fully guaranteed.

The Bills have OTA practices scheduled for Monday, Tuesday and Thursday this coming week, so if Walker's source is correct, we're likely to hear about the signing in an official capacity in the very near future. When it goes down, seven of the Bills' eight draft picks will be under contract, leaving just two more contracts for the team to work out over the next two months: Manuel's, and Jairus Byrd's.