Listenbee, drafted at No. 192 overall, signed on the dotted line on Thursday. Last year's No. 192 overall pick, San Diego defensive lineman Darius Philon, signed a four-year, $2.4 million deal with $120,588 guaranteed, so we can expect Listenbee to sign for similar numbers. The speed receiver from TCU with a track background could end up competing with Marquise Goodwin, a former Texas receiver with an Olympic track background, for a spot on the Bills' roster as a designated deep threat.
Seymour, drafted at No. 218 overall, signed his deal on Wednesday. Last year's No. 218 overall pick, Oakland offensive tackle Anthony Morris, signed a four-year, $2.36 million deal with $79,496 guaranteed, so that's the ballpark for Seymour's deal. A raw and inconsistent prospect, the Bills are intrigued by Seymour's size-speed combination (he's nearly 6'0" with 4.39-second 40-yard dash speed), but Seymour will need to prove himself on special teams in order to make the team.
The rest of Buffalo's draft picks - edge rusher Shaq Lawson, linebacker Reggie Ragland, defensive lineman Adolphus Washington, quarterback Cardale Jones, and running back Jonathan Williams - remain unsigned. It won't be long, however, until all seven of these players are under contract, thanks to the CBA.