Leger Douzable isn't the only former Bill that will be suiting up again for the franchise in 2017.
On Tuesday the team announced it had signed safety Bacarri Rambo, who played for Buffalo during the 2014 and 2015 seasons.
Rambo only saw action in four games for the squad in 2014 and played in 15 games in 2015. He had three interceptions, including two in the Bills upset win over Green Bay three years ago.
Safety is one of the more unsettled positions the Bills will be sorting out through training camp. Buffalo looked to shore up the position with the additions of Micah Hyde and Jordan Poyer in the offseason.
The Bills also signed linebacker Sam Barrington and offensive lineman Karim Barton.
Barrington spent the first four seasons of his career with the Green Bay Packers before playing the 2016 campaign with the New Orleans Saints, where he only played five games.
Barton went undrafted in 2014 and has bounced around the league as a practice squad player.
To make room, the Bills released offensive lineman Pat Lewis and linebacker Anthony Harrell.