PITTSFORD, N.Y. -- The Buffalo Bills and first-round pick C.J. Spiller have agreed to a contract, ending the running back's training camp holdout.
Terms were not disclosed, but the Buffalo News reported it to be a five-year deal for the Clemson product and the ninth overall pick of April's draft.
Spiller was a First-Team All-American and the ACC Player of the Year in 2009. He ran for 1,212 yards with 12 touchdowns and added 36 receptions for 503 yards and four scores as a senior.
In addition, Spiller is a dangerous return man and scored five times on kick or punt returns last year. He finished his collegiate career as the NCAA record holder with seven kickoff returns for scores and also became the first player in college history to eclipse 3,000 yards rushing, 2,000 yards in kickoff returns, 1,000 yards receiving and 500 yards in punt returns.
Spiller's 7,588 all-purpose yards are the second-most in NCAA history.