The Bills announced Monday that they have re-signed restricted free agents DB George Wilson and LB Keith Ellison, exclusive rights free agents LB Jon Corto, DB Cary Harris and TE Jonathan Stupar and free agent WR Felton Huggins. In accordance with team policy, terms of the deals were not disclosed.
Wilson, a four-year veteran, started 12 of 16 games played and led the secondary with a career-high 95 tackles and a personal-best four interceptions.
Ellison, a four-year vet, started all eight games in which he played in 2009, totaling 66 tackles. He was placed on injured reserve with a quadriceps injury on Nov. 20.
Corto, a two-year vet, played in all 16 games in ’09, with one start. He ranked fourth on the team with 12 special-teams tackles.
Harris, a sixth-round draft pick in ’09, appeared in four games with one start last season after being promoted to the 53-man roster on Nov.r 20 from the practice squad. He had two interceptions against the Colts in a Week 17 victory.
Stupar, a two-year vet, saw action in 14 games in ’09, recording six catches for 40 yards.
Huggins spent a portion of the 2007 season and the ’08 and ’09 seasons on the Bills' practice squad.
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