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After grabbing the guy they hope will be their franchise quarterback in Ryan Nassib, the Bills give their young signal-caller a threatening outside receiving weapon in Da'Rick Rogers.
He began his career at Tennessee, but after a few failed drug tests, he was forced to leave the storied SEC school.
During his one year as a starter with the Volunteers, Rogers accumulated 1,040 yards on 67 receptions with nine touchdowns.
He transferred to Tennessee Tech and caught 63 passes for 893 yards with 10 scores in 2012.
The 6'2'', 217-pound Rogers is a ferocious competitor, and his inherent aggression shows on tape. He fights for and typically wins every jump ball, he isn't timid running across the middle, and he's a strong run-blocker.
As an athlete, Rogers doesn't leave much to be desired either.
He ran a 4.52 in the 40-yard dash at the NFL Scouting Combine and had a vertical jump of 39.5 inches.
Along with careful route-running and sturdy hands, Rogers excels after the catch with an above-average burst and elusiveness.
He is an ideal outside receiver to pair with new slot man Stevie Johnson.