Instead of stealing passes from the Bills, Corey Graham will be trying to make plays for Buffalo in 2014, whether it be as an outside cornerback, slot cornerback, safety and/or special teams. (Photo: Kevin Hoffman — USA Today Sports)
BBD Assistant Editor: Joe Marino
With prolific passing offenses more prevalent than ever in today’s NFL, securing quality secondary personnel is vital to being able to match up with modern aerial attacks. The Buffalo Bills made multiple additions to their secondary this offseason including Corey Graham, an eight-year NFL veteran who signed a four year, $16 million contract as a free agent.
Graham is tasked with challenging Nickell Robey for the team’s nickel cornerback role, while he can also provide depth on the outside and has the versatility to contribute as a safety.