Quentin Groves agrees to terms with Bills

The Buffalo Bills have agreed to terms with linebacker Quentin Groves.

Quentin Groves agreed to terms on a one year deal with the Buffalo Bills on Monday. Adam Caplan of ESPN was the first to report the signing.

Groves was at St. John Fisher College on Monday to work out for Buffalo. The linebacker was a 2008 second round draft pick of the Jacksonville Jaguars. Besides the Jaguars, Groves has also spent time with the Oakland Raiders, Arizona Cardinals, Cleveland Browns and Tennessee Titans.

In his career, Groves has 175 combined tackles, 9.5 sacks, six passes defensed, two interceptions and five forced fumbles.

Groves has the ability to play OLB or ILB in Buffalo. The Bills may have lost key reserve Ty Powell for the season, so it wouldn’t be a surprise to see Groves get reps at the Mike linebacker position. 


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