With two free agent quarterbacks (Tarvaris Jackson and Tyler Thigpen) and a third potentially on the chopping block (Ryan Fitzpatrick), the Buffalo Bills faced the possibility of needing to acquire (at least) three quarterbacks this off-season. They added one on Thursday, agreeing to terms with former undrafted free agent Aaron Corp.
Corp was with the Bills on a tryout capacity this past May, but did not get a contract offer. The former starter at Richmond began his college career at USC, where he was behind Mark Sanchez on the depth chart for a year before transferring once Matt Barkley beat him out. As a senior at Richmond, Corp threw for 2,682 yards with 17 touchdowns and 11 interceptions. He profiles as a camp arm this summer, with the potential to stick as a third quarterback depending on what happens with the rest of the depth chart.
The Bills also signed free agent offensive lineman Hutch Eckerson, a former South Carolina starter that came into the league as an undrafted free agent with the San Diego Chargers. The 6'6", 310-pound Eckerson played tackle in college.
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