Adolphus Washington is officially a Buffalo Bill.
The Bills selected Washington in the third round with the No. 80 overall pick in the 2016 NFL Draft. Washington signed a four-year deal with the franchise on Tuesday, and it's not bad money for the former five-star recruit from Cincinnati.
According to The Houston Chronicle's Aaron Wilson, Washington is due $3.189 million over the course of those four years, which includes a $754,296 signing bonus.
The Buffalo Bills open their 2016 season Sunday Sept. 11th in Baltimore against the Ravens. Bills GM Doug Whaley recently said Washington could start from Day 1.