Corey Graham DB BUF 6 Hrs

Coach Doug Marrone said Tuesday the Bills are going to continue rotating their top three corners - Graham, Stephon Gilmore, and Leodis McKelvin - during games provided all three are healthy, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said Marrone, "All three (are starters). I'm not trying to play games. We've been rotating them from day one since they've been back. I keep saying the same thing. Everyone is trying to pin, �Who are the two (starters)? Who are the two (starters)?' But we've got a pretty good deal going if we have three guys ... I firmly believe, with the level that they're playing, that those three players will produce more than if it's just two."

Graham, whom the Bills signed via free agency this past offseason, actually has the most playing time of the three corners so far with 91 percent of the defensive snaps. That may go down a bit as Gilmore gets healthier, though Graham's strong play has at least earned him a share of the starting rotation. Through two games, Graham has 13 total tackles, six passes defensed, and an interception - not bad at all for a guy expected to be the No. 3 corner.

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Bills GM Doug Whaley confirmed that safety is "not in the plans right now" for Corey Graham.

"Corey brings depth, he helps us outside and nickel and I think in a pinch we would put him at safety," Whaley said. Graham is the favorite for nickel duties entering training camp, but will need to hold off second-year UDFA Nickell Robey. Graham had 74 tackles, four interceptions, and 12 pass deflections covering the slot in Baltimore last season.

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Corey Graham is working as the Bills' primary nickel corner at OTAs.

Second-year UDFA Nickell Robey has been bumped from the role despite a strong rookie year. There was speculation Graham might replace Jairus Byrd at free safety after signing his four-year, $16 million deal, but for now he's penned in at slot corner. Duke Williams is getting a chance to start at free safety.

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Bills coach Doug Marrone stated at the league meetings that Corey Graham will get a look to replace Jairus Byrd at free safety.

Graham, signed to a four-year, $16 million deal, gives Buffalo position flexibility with an ability to play outside cornerback, slot corner, and safety. For now, Da'Norris Searcy and Duke Williams are penciled in as competitors at free safety opposite SS Aaron Williams. The job will be sorted out in camp.

Corey Graham DB BUF 6 Months

Bills signed CB Corey Graham to a four-year, $16 million contract.

Corey Graham DB BUF 6 Months

The Redskins have scheduled a visit for free agent CB Corey Graham.

The Skins' top competitors for Graham appear to be the Ravens and Giants, although this will be Graham's first visit, giving Washington the edge to land him. He is a highly versatile special teamer and sub-package defensive back.

Corey Graham DB BUF 6 Months

The Newark Star-Ledger reports the Giants are interested in free agent CB Corey Graham.

The Giants are likely out of the Alterraun Verner derby and are now turning their attention to second-tier cornerbacks. Graham, 29 in July, excelled as the Ravens' slot corner the past two seasons and can play special teams. He'd be replacing Terrell Thomas as the Giants' nickel corner. The Redskins are also interested.

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The Redskins have expressed interest in free agent CB Corey Graham.

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The Ravens would like to re-sign free agent CB Corey Graham.

Graham was a valuable nickel back and spot starter for the Ravens last year, setting career highs with 74 tackles and four interceptions. He appeared in all 16 games and graded out as a top-15 slot corner by Pro Football Focus. Graham is considered one of Baltimore's top priorities, along with Eugene Monroe and Daryl Smith.

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Ravens CB Corey Graham said he's open to a long-term deal with the team.

Graham was the Ravens' most effective corner after injures forced him into the starting lineup last season. Entering the final year of his contract, he'll need to followup his strong second half to earn a long-term extension. Graham is expected to compete with Jimmy Smith for a starting job in training camp.