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Buffalo Bills sign four 2018 NFL Draft picks

Four of the 2018 draft picks put pen to paper

Half of the 2018 NFL Draft picks officially became Buffalo Bills Thursday when they signed their rookie contracts.

The lone defensive player to sign his contract was former Jacksonville State safety and fourth-round pick Siran Neal.

Along with Neal, fifth-round pick Virginia Tech offensive lineman Wyatt Teller, sixth-round pick Clemson wide receiver Ray-Ray McCloud, and the penultimate pick in the draft, North Carolina wide receiver Austin Proehl also signed their contracts.

The draft picks, along with many undrafted free-agents will be at One Bills Drive this weekend as they get together for rookie mini-camp, starting Friday.

First-round quarterback Josh Allen and linebacker Tremaine Edmunds along with third-rounder Harrison Phillips and cornerback Taron Johsnon have still not signed their contracts. Buffalo has also not released a list of officially signed undrafted free agents. Those should all be coming in the days and weeks ahead.

Last year, Buffalo completed their draft pick signings on May 24th.