The Buffalo Bills signed cornerback Jumal Rolle on Saturday.
Rolle, 27, recently reached an injury settlement with the Arizona Cardinals in late July after suffering a hamstring injury. The cornerback was signed by the Cardinals in May after suffering a torn ACL with the Baltimore Ravens in 2016.
Rolle is best known for his time with the Houston Texans. The cornerback appeared in 18 games with the team between 2014-2015. During his time on the field, Rolle recorded 22 total tackles, three interceptions and four passes defensed.
Rolle was originally signed by the Bills as an undrafted free agent out of Catawba in 2013. He was released in late August by the team. The cornerback would spend time on the practice squads of the New Orleans Saints and Green Bay Packers as a rookie before being promoted to Green Bay’s 53-man roster. He’d return to the Packers’ practice squad in 2014 before the Texans signed him to their main roster.
To make room for Rolle, the Bills released cornerback Charles James.
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