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Based on last year and the first two days of free agency this year, this front office does not seem like one that will chase marquee free agents. The draft is where they will look for their impact players and try and find players of value in free agency.
Last offseason, general manager Doug Whaley and his staff were able to get productive players like Manny Lawson and Alan Branch without having to break the bank. This seems to be the philosophy again this year, as the team has let the dust settle a bit and is now looking to target the players they want.
They have already started making moves on day two with three signings. The first move was for guard Chris Williams, who signed a four-year deal for $13.5 million with $5.5 million being guaranteed, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Next the team brought in cornerback Corey Graham, who is also expected to be a big contributor on special teams. ESPN's Adam Caplan tweeted that Graham's deal was for four years and $16 million.
Shortly after the Graham deal, ESPN's James Walker reported that linebacker Keith Rivers' agreed to a two-year deal with the Bills worth $5 million. Rivers started eight games for the New York Giants.