The Buffalo Bills liked what they saw from Anthony Harrell and Abner Logan over the weekend.
The team announced Monday it has signed the linebackers after they competed in rookie minicamp on a tryout basis. To make room on the 90-man roster, linebacker Junior Sylvestre and safety Jeremy Tyler were released.
Harrell, 6-foot-2 and 237 pounds, played three seasons at Georgia Tech before transferring to Florida for his final year of coulee eligibility. His father, James, played in the NFL for Detroit and Kansas City after also playing for Florida in college.
Logan is 6-1, 235 and played for Albany in 2016, registering 96 tackles, including six for losses, and two sacks. Prior to that, he played for Maryland, appearing in 19 games with four starts and making 42 tackles for the Terrapins. The Bills this week with begin organized team activities.