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AUG 7, 10:00a ET | Ross Jones
Rotowire: May 27 / 10:39p ET
News: Graham has been moved to safety for the foreseeable future, The Buffalo News reports,
Impact: Graham spent some time at safety last season, but the Buffalo native has been a CB most of his career. Supposedly, he'll compete with Duke Williams for the starting strong safety spot opposite Aaron Williams, though worst case the veteran Graham would likely land as a super utility type in Rex Ryan's defense.
Rotowire: May 13 / 7:55a ET
News: While Graham has been playing cornerback at spring practices, the Bills haven't ruled him out of the safety spot, The Buffalo News reports. Said coach Rex Ryan, "It's something that we will definitely consider. You try to get your best 11 players on the field and I think Corey is a tremendous player. It wouldn't surprise me if he has the talent to do that."
Impact: Graham has the skill set to play either spot, but the Bills are likely deeper at the corner spot - especially after drafting Ronald Darby with their first pick - and Graham likely would be the third man there. At safety, he might be able to start opposite Aaron Williams following the free agent departure of Da'Norris Searcy, though it's possible Graham could be used in a hybrid role if the team decides to give him some safety work. The versatile Graham played both cornerback and safety for the Bills last season when injuries affected the safety depth.