Bills agree to terms with QB Kelly Holcomb

The Buffalo Bills have agreed to a contract with QB Kelly Holcomb.

Kelly Holcomb gives the Bills a veteran QB to play behind J.P. Losman.

He's is a nine-year veteran who spent the last four seasons with Cleveland, appearing in 19 games, including 12 as a starter. In four appearances in 2004, he completed 59-of-87 passes for 737 yards and seven touchdowns, with five interceptions.

Holcomb broke into the NFL in 1995 as an undrafted free agent on Tampa Bay's practice squad. He then spent five years as a backup in Indianapolis before joining Cleveland in 2001.

The deal also reunites Holcomb with Sam Wyche, the Bills quarterback coach, who was the head coach in Tampa Bay when the Buccaneers signed Holcomb.


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