Former Clemson center to work out with Bills


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Former Clemson center to work out with Bills

All-ACC former Clemson center Justin Falcinelli will work out with the Buffalo Bills in a rookie minicamp.

Falcinelli told a local newspaper in Maryland that an ankle injury sustained in the national title game hampered his chances to be drafted, needing to sit out tryouts and Clemson Pro Day.

He started 28 games for the Tigers, logging 2,032 snaps over 52 games.

Falcinelli told the newspaper that he is seeking an NFL dream first but is also ready for the workforce, having finished a management degree and a Master's in Business Adminitration in his time at Clemson.

“I believe Justin is in a win-win situation,” his high school coach Kevin Lynott told the Frederick News-Post. “He has the opportunity to play NFL football if he chooses. And he also has the ability to go into a great business career, having just completed his MBA [degree] in the fall while playing for the national championship team.”

Teammate JD Davis will also work out with the Bills.

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