It didn’t last very long, but today, QB Tarvaris Jackson is back to the unemployment line.
The Bills announced Monday they released the veteran QB.
Jackson had a short, but strange tenure with the Bills that lasted less than a calendar year.
The veteran QB was originally acquired via trade with Seattle for a seventh-round pick last September as an insurance policy at quarterback, but never took the field in the regular season.
He re-signed this offseason under new head coach Doug Marrone with the opportunity to compete for the starting job. But just over a month into offseason practices the Bills have decided to reduce their quarterback count from four to three.