The Buffalo Bills have signed veteran free agent safety Mark LeGree.
LeGree is a former Seattle Seahawks fifth-round draft pick from two years ago.
After being released prior to the regular season, LeGree spent his rookie year on the practice squads of Arizona, San Francisco and the New York Jets.
LeGree rejoined the 49ers as a reserve-future signing in 2012, and had a stint with Chicago before joining the Atlanta Falcons’ practice squad in the regular season.
LeGree was an All-American at Appalachian Sate where he intercepted 22 passes, including a school record 10 interceptions in 2008.
Of course, Bills franchise safety Jairus Byrd hasn't reported to training camp as his contract dispute continues.
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