The Bills also said they reached terms with former San Francisco running back Anthony Dixon.
Spikes had 86 tackles and an interception last season for New England, the former Florida player’s fourth with the Patriots.
“Gotta silence the lambs, get on my Buffalo Bill! #51 #BILLSMAFIA taking back the #AFCEAST #PoWwWwW,” Spikes tweeted.
He’s rejoining former Patriots linebackers coach Pepper Johnson, the Bills’ new defensive line coach.
Dixon ran for 458 yards and eight touchdowns in four seasons San Francisco, but dropped down the depth chart behind Frank Gore and Kendall Hunter. Dixon played some at fullback after Bruce Miller was injured.
Bills general manager Doug Whaley has been busy, also adding linebacker Keith Rivers, guard Chris Williams and cornerback Corey Graham and re-signing tight end Scott Chandler "
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