Wide receiver Naaman Roosevelt didn’t get drafted last week by any team during the National Football League Draft.
However, Roosevelt lucked out and gets to live the dream as he signed a undrafted free agent contract with the team he grew up watching in the Buffalo Bills.
According to WGR 550, Roosevelt announced his intentions on his Facebook page of signing with the Bills, which was announced later by the team.
Roosevelt will join a young group of wide receivers battling for the fifth and sixth wide receiver spots as the Bills did not bring back wide receivers Terrell Owens and Josh Reed.
Also, Bills head coach Chan Gailey went on record stating that e prefers bigger wide receivers, which means if wide receiver Roscoe Parrish doesn’t step up his game he is going to wind being a roster cut right before the season.
In the end, hopefully Roosevelt makes the team and eventually a star as the Bills need another starting wide receiver