Roosevelt, who played for the Bills in 2010 and 2011, returns to the team after stints in Detroit and Cleveland.
In his tenure with the Bills, Roosevelt had 25 receptions for 396 yards and one touchdown. His longest career reception was 60 yards.
The Bills have continued to stack their receiving corps since last season by adding players like Roosevelt, Sammy Watkins and Mike Williams.
In a season where the Bills will need their offense to pick up in an attempt to win more than six games, the team is doing everything they can to surround quarterback EJ Manuel with as much talent as possible. While Roosevelt isn't a Pro Bowl player, the experience he has in Buffalo is what sets him apart from some of the other receivers.
Roosevelt joined the team at training camp in Pittsford, NY on Tuesday.
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