The NFL trading deadline has come and gone, and the undermanned Buffalo Bills roster did not undergo an overhaul.
“We’re set and nothing’s changed at this point,” coach Sean McDermott said Tuesday afternoon.
Not long after, the Buffalo Bills announced signing Terrelle Pryor to bolster the NFL’s weakest wide receiving corps.
Signed: WR Terrelle Pryor
Released: CB Dontae Johnson
More info on the Bills newest addition at WR: pic.twitter.com/TS8oRMSwiy
— Buffalo Bills PR (@BuffaloBillsPR) October 30, 2018
McDermott also announced Tuesday that quarterback Derek Anderson suffered a concussion late in Buffalo’s 25-6 loss to New England Monday night and he’s in concussion protocol. Thus, that means the Bills may have to turn to the only healthy quarterback on the roster, Nathan Peterman, to start Sunday against the Bears.
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