(WGR 550) -- Now two weeks removed from the 2013 NFL Draft, some teams around the league have been chipping away at signing their rookie class. On Thursday night, the Buffalo Bills came to terms with the first of their eight-player draft class.
The team announced they've signed tight end Chris Gragg to his rookie deal. The seventh-round pick out of Arkansas was taken 222nd overall with one of the picks acquired in Buffalo's draft day trade with the St. Louis Rams. Gragg played in 43 total games for the Razorbacks, catching 72 passes for 1,003 yards and seven touchdowns.
Gragg and the rest of the Bills rookie class -- including the undrafted free agents -- will be on the field at One Bills Drive on Friday for the start of rookie minicamp.