Miami lineman wears full uniform while signing NFL contract with Buffalo Bills

Tommy Doyle, an offensive lineman from Miami University, signed with the Buffalo Bills on Thursday.

Doyle signed his contract while wearing a helmet and full Bills uniform. He was wearing No. 72.

A two-time All-Mid-American Conference selection, Doyle was drafted in the fifth round earlier this month. He was the 161st overall pick and the first Miami RedHawks offensive lineman drafted since Brandon Brooks went to the Texans in the third round in 2012. A 6-foot-8, 320-pound lineman, he started 30 games for Miami.

Doyle was one of five draft picks to sign four-year contracts with Buffalo on Thursday.

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