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Bills Agree to Terms with Top Draft Choice CB Ronald Darby

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The Bills have signed their top draft pick, cornerback Ronald Darby, to a four-year contract worth close to $4.6 million.

The Bills announced the signing on Tuesday. A person familiar with the deal revealed the terms of the contract to The Associated Press. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Bills do not disclose that information.

Darby was selected in the second round, 50th overall, out of Florida State. He was the ACC’s defensive rookie of the year in 2012, and helped the Seminoles win the 2014 national championship.

In Buffalo, Darby joins a deep and talented defense under new coach Rex Ryan. He is expected to compete for a backup spot behind returning starters Stephon Gilmore and Leodis McKelvin.

Darby’s signing means the Bills have all six of their rookie draft picks under contract.

With the Bills wrapping up signing their draft picks, it only means it is closer to the regular season. Bills fans can use Hipmunk.com to attend any game, at home or on the road, by booking any of the thousands of flights to Buffalo through popular airline carriers. Buffalo area hotels can be booked as well for Bills fans coming from outside the area.


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  1. […] Bills Agree to Terms with Top Draft Choice CB Ronald Darby The Bills have signed their top draft pick, cornerback Ronald Darby, to a four-year contract worth close to $4.6 million. The Bills announced the signing on Tuesday. A person familiar with the deal revealed the terms of the contract to The Associated Press. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because the Bills do […]… […]

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