Former Stanford defensive tackle Harrison Phillips has signed his rookie deal.
Phillips inked a four-year rookie contract with the Buffalo Bills on Wednesday, the team announced.
“I expect to work my tail off and do everything they ask me to do as best I can,” Phillips said, per the team’s official website. “I’m just going to work through everything. I know that that whole defensive front has a whole wealth of knowledge and if I could just try and pick all their brains, I hope I can just come in and contribute.”
The Bills drafted Phillips in the third round of the 2018 NFL Draft after a stellar senior year at Stanford in which he earned first-team All-PAC 12 honors.
Phillips is expected to be a rotational player in Buffalo this season.