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Bills sign half their draft class

The Buffalo Bills signed four of their eight drafted players to contracts Thursday, a day before the start of the team's rookie minicamp.

Safety Siran Neal (fifth round), guard Wyatt Teller (fifth round) and wide receivers Ray-Ray McCloud (sixth round) and Austin Proehl (seventh round) all agreed to four-year contracts. That leaves quarterback Josh Allen (first round), linebacker Tremaine Edmunds (first round), defensive tackle Harrison Phillips (third round) and cornerback Taron Johnson (fourth round) still unsigned from the 2018 draft class.

According to contracts website spotrac.com, the four contracts signed Thursday are close in value, with Neal's deal estimated to be worth $547,702 in 2018 and Proehl's to be worth $497,268.

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