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Report: The Buffalo Bills plan on signing QB Dustin Vaughan to their practice squad.

Report: The Bills plan to sign QB Dustin Vaughan to their practice squad

The Buffalo Bills have two quarterbacks on their 53-man roster after trading away Matt CasselTyrod Taylor and E.J. Manuel. For added insurance, it appears that Buffalo plans to sign QB Dustin Vaughan to their practice squad. 

Damond Talbot of NFL Draft Diamonds was the first to report the news:


Vaughan played college football at West Texas A&M. As a senior, he passed for 5,401 yards 52 touchdowns. During his college career, he went 31-8 as a starter. After going undrafted in the 2014 NFL draft, Vaughan joined the Dallas Cowboys. He spent the 2014 season as Dallas' third string quarterback. 

This preseason, Vaughan completed 35-of-67 passes (52.2%) for 343 yards and two interceptions. 

At this time, it's unknown if the Bills will release a player from their practice squad or promote a player to their 53-man roster. Safety Jonathan Meeks may be the favorite to get promoted to the main roster as Aaron Williams will miss time with a neck injury and Duke Williams struggled at safety last week.

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