Many thought that the Buffalo Bills got a steal by signing wide receiver Da'Rick Rogers as an undrafted free agent, and early reports from the team's OTAs indicate that he's already standing out.
Rogers caught a pair of touchdown passes in practice on Monday, and looked to be one of the better players on the field. There was never a question about Rogers' talent, but NFL teams were scared off by his off-the-field issues. He led the SEC in both receptions and receiving yards as a sophomore at Tennessee, but was suspended and left the program before his junior season after failing a number of drug tests. He finished his college career at Tennessee Tech, where he did not have any disciplinary issues.
The Bills could really use Rogers, as they have had to rebuild their receiving corps after the departure of every major contributor except for Stevie Johnson. Rogers and second-round pick Robert Woods could both make big impacts as rookies in 2013.