Bills bring back WR Naaman Roosevelt

PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- When the Buffalo Bills take the field for their second practice of training camp Monday, there will be a familiar face back in the mix.

Naaman Roosevelt, who played in 16 games with the Bills in 2010 and 2011, was re-signed Monday. Roosevelt is a Buffalo native who played at the University at Buffalo. He was released by the Detroit Lions last week.

The Bills also signed well-traveled defensive tackle Landon Cohen. A seventh-round pick of the Lions in 2008, Cohen played in 40 career games, making eight starts. He was most recently with the Chicago Bears but has also spent time in Dallas, Philadelphia, Arizona, New England, Seattle, and Jacksonville.

To make room for both players, the Bills waived wide receiver Ramses Barden and linebacker Nathan Williams, who were both long shots to make the final roster.