Buffalo Bills Re-Sign Veteran Fullback Jerome Felton
An experienced business executive, Daniel Sheflin used to serve as the vice president of technology automation control solutions at Honeywell, where he mainly was responsible for research and development for the $16 billion department. When not working, Daniel Sheflin enjoys watching football and is a fan of the Buffalo Bills.

In a recent surprise move, the Buffalo Bills brought back veteran fullback Jerome Felton onto the roster – only 10 days after he was released during the final cuts. Felton was re-signed after the Bills lost its opening-week game to the Baltimore Ravens when the rushing lanes were difficult to come by. He is expected to resume his role as the primary blocking back.

Signed as a free agent during the 2015 season, Felton appeared in all games and greatly contributed to the success of the team's high rushing and yards-per-carry average. He was released early this September as the team was reduced to 53. In order to accommodate Felton, the Bills released rookie fullback Glenn Gronkowski.
Buffalo Bills Re-Sign Veteran Fullback Jerome Felton
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Buffalo Bills Re-Sign Veteran Fullback Jerome Felton

Buffalo Bills Re-Sign Veteran Fullback Jerome Felton
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