That leaves them looking to the free agent market for a quarterback for now, and they have several options. The former No. 1-overall pick of the Rams will be signing with the Arizona Cardinals, according to a report from ESPN's Adam Schefter.
Bradford, the first overall pick in the 2010 draft and one of the highest compensated players in National Football League history, likely is signing a short-term, incentive-laden deal after another knee injury limited him to two games with the Minnesota Vikings last season. Minnesota coach Mike Zimmer told NFL Network's Tom Pelissero that Bradford's issue was "degenerative".
Bradford, 30, completed 72 percent of his passes while averaging 259 yards per game the last two seasons with the Vikings. However, he might also have the lowest floor, as injuries have routinely prevented him from staying on the field in his first seven seasons, when he's missed a combined 33 regular-season games. He threw 23 touchdown passes to five interceptions and averaged 7.2 yards per attempt in 17 starts.
The Oklahoma alum, of course, has a lengthy injury history.
The Bills don't have a quarterback at the moment, and though they have a lot of draft picks, they don't have one in the top 20. "Can you believe he's going to play the 15 games he did two years ago, or he's going to play the one game where he hit the turf this year?"
The Bills and other National Football League teams are allowed to begin negotiating with agents of free agents beginning Monday but can't officially come to terms until 4 p.m on Wednesday. He is coming off the best season of his career in NY with the Jets.