The Buffalo Bills have inked their final unsigned selection from the 2020 NFL Draft. Utah running back Zack Moss, selected in the third round, put pen to paper on Monday and shared a picture of the moment later that night.
The Bills are just one of a two NFL teams who have signed all their draft picks at this point.
The deal is slotted to be worth just over $4.5 million for four years including a roughly $1 million signing bonus.
According to Thad Brown at WROC, only 62 of the 255 draft picks around the league have signed. More than 200 were signed at the same point last year. With COID-19 restricting travel and interactions at team facilities, these negotiations have slowed league-wide.
Moss is likely to be the primary complement to Devin Singletary, who is entering the second year on the roster. T.J. Yeldon, Taiwan Jones, Christian Wade, and UDFA Antonio Williams round out the running back room this offseason.