BUFFALO, NY (WKBW) - The Buffalo Bills have come to terms with rookie first-round pick C.J. Spiller.
The Bills have not released the terms of the deal, however ESPN reports Spiller signed a five-year, $25 million contract that could escalate to $37.5 million.
Spiller has been absent from camp while the two sides reached an agreement.
Spiller, the 9th overall pick out of Clemson is expected to report to St. John Fisher College early Friday afternoon.
Spiller led the Atlantic Coast Conference in all-purpose yards with 7,588 in his career, finishing second in NCAA Division I history. The 5-11, 196-pound Clemson product became the first player in ACC history with at least 1,000 yards rushing (1,212) and 500 receiving (503) in the same season in 2009. Spiller and New Orleans Saints RB Reggie Bush are the only two players in college football history with 3,000 yards rushing (3,547), 1,500 kickoff return yards (2,052), 1,000 receiving yards (1,420) and 500 punt return yards (569).
Spiller is the last of the Bills’ nine draft picks to sign with the team.
Eyewitness Sports Director Jeff Russo is at camp and will have the latest tonight at 5pm and 6pm.