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Buffalo Bills host free-agent guard Quinton Spain, per report

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The former undrafted free agent has spent his whole career with the Tennessee Titans

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The Buffalo Bills are not done improving their 2019 roster, as they reportedly hosted free-agent guard Quinton Spain on Friday for a visit. Field Yates tweeted about the visit Friday afternoon.

Spain is a mammoth mauler, standing at 6’4” and weighing 330 pounds. He has started 48 games for the Tennessee Titans over the last four years, appearing in 50 total. He has been called for 16 penalties in his career, eight of which came in his second season back in 2016. That year, Pro Football Focus also gave Spain his highest grade, as he earned an 84.2 overall from the analytics outlet.

Since 2016, Spain has not been as effective; however, his 62.3 overall grade for the 2018 season would still be an improvement over incumbent starting left guard Vladimir Ducasse, who “earned” a 49.8 overall grade from PFF last season. Spain has primarily played on the left side during his career.

Spain turns 28 on August 7 of this year, so he would be another young lineman full of potential for the Bills to sign this offseason. Aside from the 33-year-old Ty Nsekhe, Buffalo has inked guard Jon Feliciano (27) and Spencer Long (28) to contracts along the interior offensive line.