Bills have looked into adding QB after McCarron injury
The Buffalo Bills could be changing their plans a bit after A.J. McCarron’s injury.
According to Bills coach Sean McDermott, he and GM Brandon Beane have discussed adding a veteran quarterback in light of McCarron’s still-murky status going forward.
“Like always, [Beane] is always looking at our situation and what we may need to do for not only the long term, but the short term in this case,” McDermott said Monday, via Mike Rodak of ESPN. “We’ll see.”
McCarron’s injury was originally listed as a hairline fracture of his collarbone, but the team is getting a second opinion. He had been looked at as the arguable frontrunner in the quarterback competition between himself, Nathan Peterman, and rookie Josh Allen. Obviously, a significant injury of any sort would require a change in strategy.