Kevin Kolb and Buffalo Bills Reportedly Agree on 2-Year Contract

March 31, 2013   ·     ·   Jump to comments

The Buffalo Bills have reportedly finalized a two-year contract to acquire former Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kevin Kolb.
ESPN's Adam Schefter initially broke news of the development on Saturday:
UPDATE: Saturday, March 30 at 9:20 p.m. ET by Matt Fitzgerald
Adam Caplan of Sirius XM NFL Radio provides the details on Kolb's short-term deal, which gives Buffalo flexibility in case the QB doesn't wind up ultimately being the starter:
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Only Tarvaris Jackson and Aaron Corp occupy the Bills' current roster, so it makes sense that the front office is doing all it can to upgrade the vital position. Jackson started in the past for the Minnesota Vikings and Seattle Seahawks but never displayed enough consistency to stay in the saddle.
Perhaps with better protection than he had in Arizona and not much competition threatening him on the current depth chart, Kolb could finally grab a firm hold on a starting quarterback job.
Kolb beg...

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