• Sources: Bills to add veteran Kolb to mix at QB

    Summary of 13 articles · Updated Apr 1, 2013
    The report Friday was that the Bills were interested in former Arizona Cardinals QB Kevin Kolb. Kevin Kolb is close to becoming the quarterback of the Buffalo Bills. But durability remains a huge concern for Kolb. The Bills need Kolb to play well and stay healthy for 16 games to have a chance to compete next season. There’s a good chance that one of those young quarterbacks will compete with Kolb in training camp for the starting job. Adam Schefter of ESPN previously reported that the Bills are finalizing a deal with quarterback Kevin Kolb.  Schefter now reports that it’s a two-year contract, worth a “maximum” of $13 million. In fact, Peter King of SI.com reports that the Bills are still likely to take a quarterback in the first or second round. A person familiar with negotiations said the free-agent sixth-year player agreed to a two-year contract potentially worth over $12 million with Buffalo on Saturday night.
    • Jackson and Kolb are likely battling for same roster spot

      Here’s another reason to believe the Bills haven’t ruled out using a first- or second-round pick on a quarterback. Though the official numbers are not yet in on the contract signed Saturday night by Kevin Kolb, a source with knowledge of the situation
    • Better protection boosts Kevin Kolb's stock

      New Buffalo Bills quarterback Kevin Kolb has a bad reputation for two things: He's injury-prone and often gets rattled in the pocket. Those are not good qualities to have for a potential starting quarterback. However, both issues can be minimized with b…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Bills spinning their wheels with Kevin Kolb

      After the Buffalo Bills signed former quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to a $59 million extension in November 2011, I wrote that Fitzpatrick must prove he's not the next Kevin Kolb, who was a struggling, unproven quarterback with a big contract. Fitzpatrick…
      Source: ESPN.com
    • Kolb deal worth a “maximum” of $13 million

      Sorry, Bills fans, but it’s a done deal. Adam Schefter of ESPN previously reported that the Bills are finalizing a deal with quarterback Kevin Kolb. Schefter now reports that it’s a two-year contract, worth a “maximum” of $13 million. The “maxim

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