Bills add Travis Clayton from seventh round and sign 12 undrafted free agents

Bills Sign Drafted and Undrafted Players to Bolster Roster: Offensive Tackle Travis Clayton and Frank Gore Jr.

The Bills have announced the signing of seventh-rounder Travis Clayton to his rookie contract. Clayton, an offensive tackle from Basingstoke, England, was selected as the 221st overall pick and is part of the International Player Pathway Program (IPPP). He is only the second player ever drafted from the IPPP, following in the footsteps of offensive lineman Jordan Mailata in 2018.

In addition to Clayton, the Bills have also confirmed the signings of 12 undrafted free agents. Among them is Southern Mississippi running back Frank Gore Jr., the son of former Bills running back Frank Gore Sr. Frank Gore Sr. had a successful 16-year career in the NFL, accumulating 16,000 rushing yards and 99 touchdowns.

The team has also announced signings for offensive lineman Keaton Bills from Utah, punter Jake Browning from San Diego State, defensive end David Ugwoegbu from Houston, cornerback Keni-H Lovely from Western Michigan, offensive guard Gunner Britton from Auburn, cornerback Te’Cory Couch from Miami, defensive tackle Rondell Bothroyd from Oklahoma, offensive lineman Mike Edwards from Campbell, receiver Lawrence Keys from Tulane, defensive tackle Branson Deen from Miami and receiver Xavier Johnson from Ohio State.

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