VIDEO: T.J. Graham Wants To Be A Wing Legend

Buffalo Bills rookie wide receiver T.J. Graham sat down with SB Nation's Dan Rubenstein at the NFLPA Rookie Premiere to talk about his future as the wide receiver opposite Stevie Johnson catching passes from Ryan Fitzpatrick. Graham -- who's every bit as eloquent and engaging as celebrated rookie Robert Griffin III -- revealed that he hasn't found a place to live or a car to drive around Buffalo quite yet.

The most interesting thing from the interview, however, came when Rubenstein asked him about his wing consumption. Graham said he has been introduced to the famous wings of Buffalo and he's been eating quite a bit of them lately. I don't know how you can consider yourself even a remotely accomplished wing-eater while eating exclusively medium, as Graham said, but I guess they do things differently in North Carolina. (Note: They likely do not. Graham has lots to learn about wing eating.)

For more on Graham and the Bills, be sure to check out Buffalo Rumblings. For more rookie videos from the NFLPA Rookie Premiere, visit SB Nation's NFL YouTube page.

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