Orchard Park, NY (Sports Network) - The Buffalo Bills re-signed defensive end Keith McKenzie on Wednesday. Terms of the deal were not disclosed.
McKenzie, an eight-year veteran, did not see much action last year, his first with the club. He appeared in only six games and posted seven tackles.
The inking of the defensive end comes just in time for him to take part in the Bills' first minicamp under new coach Mike Mularkey.
A seventh-round draft pick out of Ball State, McKenzie was drafted by Green Bay, where he spent four seasons. He has also spent time with Cleveland and the Chicago Bears.
In Cleveland, McKenzie had his best season as a pro, posting 58 tackles and eight sacks in 16 starts.
McKenzie has recorded 29.5 sacks with 175 tackles in 95 career games.