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The Buffalo Bills are getting closer to getting all of their 2013 draft picks under contract. According to a report by ESPN’s James Walker, the Bills have agreed to a four year contract with the team’s first second round pick, wide receiver Robert Woods.
Woods is in LA currently, but will be in town over the next few days to sign the agreement and officially become the latest Buffalo Bill. He is expected to be the front-runner for the number two receiver position opposite Stevie Johnson on the offense, and was viewed as one of the most NFL-ready wideouts in the 2013 draft class.
His signing now leaves just first round pick E.J. Manuel the lone unsigned pick. That deal is expected to get done over the next few weeks.
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