The Buffalo Bills will be one of the last teams in the NFL to come to terms with their top draft choice for the third straight year and the fourth time in five years.
The Bills' top pick, running back C.J. Spiller, remained without a contract Tuesday, and his holdout continues a recent trend for Buffalo.
Spiller, the ninth overall pick, is one of just two first-round draftees still without a deal. The only other unsigned first-rounder late Tuesday was No. 6 pick Russell Okung of Seattle after No. 2 Ndomakong Suh agreed to terms with Detroit on Tuesday evening.
The longer Spiller holds out, the further behind the curve he will be. With Fred Jackson and Marshawn Lynch getting the bulk of the reps, Spiller will need to quickly pick up the system in order to have fantasy impact..