Bills sign QB Matt Flynn
The Buffalo Bills signed quarterback Matt Flynn on Monday.
The Bills plan to sign Matt Flynn, who struggled in his brief time with the Raiders this season before he was released.
Flynn was in Buffalo on Sunday, before quarterback Thad Lewis suffered a right foot injury in an overtime loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. Lewis was starting in place of rookie EJ Manuel, who is expected to miss several weeks with a knee injury.
Lewis said Sunday his injury is "just a sprain." He was limping in the locker room after undergoing postgame X-rays.
"They said the X-rays looked good," Lewis said. "I should be fine. That's a great sign."
Prior to the game, Bills coach Doug Marrone said he would assess the quarterback situation following Lewis' start Sunday, just the second of his career.
The Oakland Raiders released Flynn last week after he was demoted to third on their depth chart. In his one start this season, a Sept. 29 loss to the Washington Redskins, Flynn completed 21-of-32 passes for 227 yards and a touchdown, but threw an interception and was sacked seven times