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Your guide to all 90 players on the Bills' training camp roster

Here is your quick guide to the 90 players on the Bills' training camp roster. Players are listed in numerical order.

2: Nathan Peterman: Don't underestimate him. Odds to be Day 1 starting QB: 40 percent.

3: Ray-Ray McCloud: Potential play-maker must be sure-handed to win punt-return job.

4: Stephen Hauschka: Went remarkable 7 of 9 from 50-plus yards last season.

5: Cam Phillips: Undrafted Hokie is sure-handed, caught 17 TD passes in college.

6: Colton Schmidt: Bills average PR allowed (5.5 yards) was fifth best in 2017.

7: Cory Carter: Spent last summer in Texans camp. Ran quality 4.63 out of college.

8: Robert Foster: At 4.1 in 40, he's tied with Austin Proehl for fastest-timed Bill.

9: Tyler Davis: “Camp leg” made 144 straight PATs, 79.6 percent of FGs at Penn State.

10: AJ McCarron: Has slight experience edge. Odds to be Day 1 starting QB: 50 percent.

 

11: Zay Jones: A huge question mark after knee surgery, troubled offseason.

13: Kelvin Benjamin: Might be most indispensable Bill, given rest of WR corps.

14: Jeremy Kerley: Looking like he will catch a lot of passes out of slot.

15: Kaelin Clay: Spent six weeks with Bills, 10 with Panthers; must shine on returns.

16: Malachi Dupre: Big WR spent last year on practice squad, has shot to make 53-man roster.

 

17: Josh Allen: Fans at camp will ooh-ahh at his arm; 10 percent shot to start Day 1.

18: Andre Holmes: Decent shot to make roster due to size, experience, special-teams play.

19: Quan Bray: Practice-squadder with KO return ability enters fourth NFL camp.

20: Rafael Bush: Veteran free-agent from Saints offers needed insurance at safety.

21: Jordan Poyer: Played 94 percent of snaps last year and was better than most expected.

 

22: Vontae Davis: Former Pro Bowler should be better than E.J. Gaines as long as he’s healthy.

23: Micah Hyde: Mr. Versatile gives Frazier all kinds of options in back seven.

24: Taron Johnson: How fast can fourth-round pick challenge for slot corner job?

25: LeSean McCoy: Still waiting to see if ex-girlfriend’s claims impact Shady.

26: Taiwan Jones: Promising KO returner likely must beat out Cadet at RB.

 

27: Tre'Davious White: No. 1 CB played 99 percent of snaps, tops among returnees.

28: Phillip Gaines: Looks like a size, talent upgrade over Leonard Johnson in slot.

29: Siran Neal: May take some time, but has versatility to give Bills ‘big nickel’ defender.

30: Lafayette Pitts: Ex-Pitt captain, high character, special-teamer, should make team.

31: Dean Marlowe: Ex-Carolina Panther has shot to stick if he has strong preseason.

 

33: Chris Ivory: A big upgrade at No. 2 RB over Mike Tolbert; let's hope he's not No. 1.

35: Keith Ford: Ex-five-star recruit with 39-inch vertical is between-tackles runner.

36: Zach Olstad: Lone survivor of 30-man rookie tryout camp, chasing NFL dream.

37: Kelcie McCray: Journeyman was ProFootballFocus special teams all-pro in 2014.

38: L.J. McCray: Practice-squadder is strong safety entering fifth NFL camp.

 

39: Travaris Cadet: Seventh-year pro with kickoff return ability gunning for No. 3 RB job.

40: Tanner Vallejo: Backup MLB and No. 3 in special-teams snaps last season.

41: Breon Borders: Ex-Duke star had good camp in Oakland in ’17 but faces stiff competition.

42: Patrick DiMarco: Played 25 percent of snaps in '17 and should at least equal that.

43: Mat Boesen: Undrafted long-shot. TCU edge rushers have fared well here (Schobel, Hughes).

 

44: Deon Lacey: Led Bills in special teams snaps, will battle for last LB roster spot.

45: Marcus Murphy: Fourth-year practice-squadder was Mizzou’s all-time returner.

46: Ryan Carter: High-character Clemson co-captain outperforms his size-speed numbers.

47: Levi Wallace: Rare walk-on-to-starter at Alabama has length, shot to make roster.

48: Keenan Robinson: Late-add veteran with 30 NFL starts has played inside, outside.

 

49: Tremaine Edmunds: First-round pick with mad athleticism is new man in middle.

50: Ramon Humber: Tenth-year vet started nine games last year, backs up Milano.

51: Julian Stanford: Played 82 percent of Jets’ special-teams in ’17, good shot to make roster.

52: Corey Thompson: Fast developmental coverage linebacker. Mom was ’92 Olympic team alternate.

53: Zavier Woodson-Luster: Undrafted speed LB was in Raiders camp last summer.

 

54: Eddie Yarbrough: Overachieving DE played 42 percent of snaps last season.

55: Jerry Hughes: Looking to re-establish self as double-digit sackmaster.

56: Mike Love: Undrafted prospect who overcame two knee surgeries to get 5.5 sacks as senior.

57: Lorenzo Alexander: Team leader will take Edmunds under his wing during camp.

58: Matt Milano: Mobile weak-side backer should improve in first full year starting.

 

59: Owa Odighizuwa: Former third-round pick of Giants will try to push Lawson for reps.

60: Adam Redmond: Practice-squad player spent last summer in Colts camp.

61: Josh James: Long-shot former NAIA star tackle spent last camp with Chiefs.

62: Vlad Ducasse: Power run blocker trying to prove value on left side.

65: Ike Boettger: Undrafted ex-HS TE. Iowa O-linemen come to NFL with good technique.

 

66: Russell Bodine: Let’s see how prospective C copes with stout NTs in training camp.

67: Gerhard de Beer: Aussie was world-class discus thrower. Practice-squad candidate.

68: Conor McDermott: Ex-Pats draftee looking like No. 4 tackle; how much has he improved?

69: Reid Ferguson: Coming off solid rookie season as team’s long-snapper.

71: Marshall Newhouse: Has 70 NFL starts. Will he push Mills for right-tackle job?

 

72: Ryan Groy: Got good reviews subbing for Wood in 2016, battling Bodine at center.

73: Dion Dawkins: Coming off strong rookie year, Bills can’t afford sophomore slump.

74: De'Ondre Wesley: Big practice-squad OT worked at 4 different OL spots in spring.

75: Wyatt Teller: Fifth-round pick has ideal size, strength. How fast does he emerge?

76: John Miller: Looking to bounce back from humbling season and starting job.

 

77: Mo Porter: Undrafted tackle prospect has the measurables – arms are 35 5/8 inches.

79: Jordan Mills: High-character guy played 97 percent of snaps, favorite again at RT.

80: Jason Croom: Former WR runs well (4.69). Can athleticism translate to production?

81: Rod Streater: Journeyman with size caught 60 for 888 for Oakland in 2013.

82: Logan Thomas: Former Hokies QB coming off knee injury in battle for No. 3 TE.

 

84: Nick O'Leary: Sure-handed receiver, caught 22 passes in ’17, aims to hang onto No. 2 TE.

85: Charles Clay: Huge part of offense and critical he stays healthy in '18.

86: Keith Towbridge: Good size, had good spring, poses threat to incumbent backup TEs.

87: Austin Proehl: Son of ex-NFL star can separate, should make 53-man roster.

88: Khari Lee: Blocking TE faces tough competition to stick if all TEs stay healthy.

 

89: Brandon Reilly: Practice-squadder led Bills in catches, yards last preseason.

90: Shaq Lawson: Make or break camp for Lawson to show he's starting caliber.

91: Tenny Palepoi: Spent past 3 years as Chargers backup, played 27 percent of snaps last year.

92: Adolphus Washington: Played 46 percent of snaps in ’17 but faces battle for job.

93: Trent Murphy: Just needs to show left knee is full go and ready for Sept. 9.

 

94: Rickey Hatley: Big, undrafted thumper who spent last summer with Texans.

95: Kyle Williams: Will be helped by presence of bigger DTs next to him.

96: Terrence Fede: Former Dolphin edge backup who hopes he can push Lawson for reps.

97: Marquavius Lewis: Practice-squad end who had 3 tackles for loss in preseason opener in ’17.

98: Star Lotulelei: How much better can No. 31 run D get with big man in middle?

99: Harrison Phillips: The quicker he catches on, the better Star can be kept fresh.

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