After being incredibly quiet on day one of NFL free agency, the Buffalo Bills have sparked into life on Wednesday and have penned the signature of their first new man.
Former Baltimore Ravens cornerback Corey Graham is the newest addition to the Bills roster and is actually a native of the city, making this a sort of reunion.
The deal to bring Graham home is four years and worth a total of $16-million, as reported by Adam Caplan - NFL Insider for ESPN.
In his seven seasons in the NFL, Graham has played in 109 games and started 23 of them, recording a total of 196 tackles to go along with ten interceptions.
Graham was drafted by the Chicago Bears in the fifth round of the 2007 NFL Draft, coming out of the University of New Hampshire.
Graham was selected to his first and only Pro Bowl so far in 2011 after a season with the Bears in which he recorded 160 total tackles, deflected three passes, forced a fumble, and caught three interceptions.
After that season he moved onto the Ravens where he won the Super Bowl in his first season at M&T Bank Stadium.