According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, LB Andra Davis agreed to terms with the Buffalo Bills Tuesday. Davis told Josina Anderson of Fox 31 in Denver that it's a "done deal. I am a Buffalo Bill now." Aaron Wilson of the Carroll County Times reports that Davis' deal is a two-year accord worth a maximum of $4.4 million. Davis will make $2 million in 2010.
Davis, 31, is the second free agent addition signed by the Bills this month, following the signing of RT Cornell Green. The former Cleveland Brown and Denver Bronco is an eight-year veteran with a great deal of starting experience. The 6'1", 250-pound Davis has extensive playing time at ILB in the 3-4, and gives the Bills' new defensive front a big, experienced player to provide depth along with Paul Posluszny and Kawika Mitchell.
Davis spent 2009 with the Broncos, starting 13 games, while playing in all 16. He finished with 90 tackles and 3.5 sacks. For his career, Davis has racked up 731 tackles, 12 sacks and 8 interceptions. The Broncos released him last week following a disappointing finish to the season for their defense.
Thanks to mob16151 for breaking the news in the Fanshot section.