The last time Kevon Seymour was in "The Tim Graham Show" studio, he was hopeful the Buffalo Bills would re-sign cornerback Stephon Gilmore.
That didn't happen. Gilmore jumped to the New England Patriots. The Bills also cut cornerback Nickell Robey-Coleman and safeties Aaron Williams and Corey Graham.
All the sudden, Seymour's in line to start for Buffalo in his second season and looks like an integral component to the defensive backfield. Not bad for a sixth-round draft choice.
Seymour sat down for a half hour to discuss his elevated role and other changes under new coach Sean McDermott.
Seymour also engaged co-host Joe Licata, Buffalo News senior columnist Jerry Sullivan and ESPN.com's Mike Rodak in a spirited discussion about "voluntary" workouts.
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