2012 NFL Draft Recap (2nd and 3rd Rounds) -- Buffalo Bills

2012 NFL Draft Recap (2nd and 3rd Rounds) -- Buffalo Bills

Buffalo : NY : USA | Apr 27, 2012 at 10:07 PM PDT
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Buffalo Bills: Addressing the 2012 NFL Offseason! Re-signing Offensively - Drafting Defensively!

41. Cordy Glenn - T - Georgia.

69. T. J. Graham - WR - North Carolina State.

Glenn will add depth to the offensive line since he can play at guard or at tackle. Graham went higher than the experts expected because of his ability to return punts. He returned four punts for touchdowns last season in college. Returning punts is valued at a higher priority since most of the kickoffs now go into the endzone. He will also compete for the slot receiver position as well.

Grade: C

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