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Buffalo Bills Drafted Tight Ends

The Buffalo Bills have selected 21 Tight Ends in their team history (50 drafts). The Bills have drafted 2 Tight Ends in the first round. The highest drafted TE was Paul Seymour drafted in round 1 (#7 Overall) in 1973 out of Michigan. Some of the top drafted Bills Tight Ends were Tony Hunter drafted in round 1 in 1983 out of Notre Dame, Jay Riemersma drafted in round 7 in 1996 out of Michigan, Mark Brammer drafted in round 3 in 1980 out of Michigan State, Keith McKeller drafted in round 9 in 1987 out of Jacksonville State and Lonnie Johnson drafted in round 2 in 1994 out of Florida State. View all of the Buffalo Bills drafted Tight Ends throughout their history.
Buffalo Bills Drafted Tight Ends
Year Round Selection Player College
2016 6 194   Nick O'Leary   Florida St.
2015 6 194   Nick O'Leary   Florida St.
2013 7 222   Chris Gragg   Arkansas
2009 4 121   Shawn Nelson   Southern Mississippi
2008 4 132   Derek Fine   Kansas
2005 3 86   Kevin Everett   Miami (Fla.)
2004 4 109   Tim Euhus   Oregon State
2001 6 195   Dan O'Leary   Notre Dame
1999 4 122   Bobby Collins   North Alabama
1996 7 244   Jay Riemersma   Michigan
1995 4 131   Tony Cline   Stanford
1994 2 61   Lonnie Johnson   Florida State
1994 5 158   A.J. Ofodile   Missouri
1992 11 307   Vince Marrow   Toledo
1987 9 227   Keith McKeller   Jacksonville State
1986 7 180   Butch Rolle   Michigan State
1983 1 12   Tony Hunter   Notre Dame
1981 11 299   Buster Barnett   Jackson State
1980 3 67   Mark Brammer   Michigan State
1976 5 142   Fred Coleman   Louisiana-Monroe
1973 1 7   Paul Seymour   Michigan
1971 2 29   Jan White   Ohio State
 
 
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