For the second straight year, Josh McCown is the best free agent QB on the market.
Recently-released QB Josh McCown is meeting with the Buffalo Bills to try and land a deal with the team.
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According to ESPN.com, the Buffalo Bills under new head coach Rex Ryan have a pressing need at the QB position with the recent retirement of QB Kyle Orton, who went 7-5 as a starter in 2014 before calling it quits. Former 1st-round draft pick EJ Manuel was benched early in the season after a 2-2 record, but is still on the team along with former undrafted free agent Jeff Tuel.
In his first and only season with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, McCown finished with a 1-10 record on the NFL’s worst team while completing 56.3 percent of his passes for 11 touchdowns, 14 interceptions and a 70.5 quarterback rating.
In 2013, McCown started five games for the Chicago Bears in place of an injured Jay Cutler, posting 13 touchdowns, one interception and a 109.0 quarterback rating. His 0.4 INT% tied an NFL all-time single-season record.
Should McCown be unable to get a deal with the Bills on Monday, he will likely meet with other teams such as the Tennessee Titans and St. Louis Rams.