With their two sixth-round draft choices Saturday, the Buffalo Bills selected linebacker Tony Steward from Clemson and tight end Nick O'Leary from Florida State.
Steward played with two torn ACLs, but the Bills insist they are satisfied that he is healthy enough to compete in the NFL. His best chance to make the team is going to be on special teams.
O'Leary won the 2014 John Mackey Award as the nation's top tight end, yet slid into the sixth round mainly because teams didn't consider him large enough (at 6-foot-3 and 247 pounds) or fast enough. He is grandson of legendary golfer Jack Nicklaus.
O'Leary figures to have a decent chance to win a backup spot, because Bills offensive coordinator Greg Roman likes to use three and four tight ends.