Bills sign QB Randy Fasani to practice squad

Months after turning down a trade to the New York Jets and being released by the Carolina Panthers quarterback Randy Fasani has emerged on the Bills practice squad.

Fasani replaces quarterback Brandon Doman who was cut from the squad to make room for him. He might just end up being the Bills answer at 3rd string QB which has been in question since former Bill Travis Brown went down with ahand injury during the preseason. Though in order to be named the 3rd string Fasani would have to be added to the active roster and another player on the active roster would have to be released.

The former Stanford signal caller seemed like he was going to give up football months ago when after struggling through much of the preseason and what his agent deemed a fatigued arm. Fasani thereby elected to step away from game to recooperate. At 25, he might be the Bills quarterback of the future with starter Drew Bledsoe and second string Alex Van Pelt both over 30 years of age. Fasani was origianlly a 5th Round draft selection of the Carolina Panthers in 2002 and to date has only played in four NFL games to date with only one start. He has yet to register a touchdown pass in the NFL but has thrown four interceptions.

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