There was one truly intriguing and potentially starter-worthy quarterback still available on the rapidly dwindling free agent market, and the Buffalo Bills have signed him to a two-year contract.
A.J. McCarron, who spent four seasons as Andy Dalton’s backup in Cincinnati, will come to Buffalo with a chance to be a starter for the first time in his career, though he figures to have competition from whichever quarterback the Bills will likely be drafting in the first round.
McCarron has four career starts, including one in the 2015 playoffs, when Dalton was injured. He won two national championships at Alabama.
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