BUFFALO, N.Y. — The quarterback-needy Buffalo Bills have turned their attention to free-agent Kevin Kolb.
A person familiar with talks said Saturday night that the Bills are close to completing a deal to sign the sixth-year player. The person spoke on the condition of anonymity because of the sensitive nature of discussions.
ESPN.com first reported that a deal between the two sides was close.
Kolb spent the past two seasons in Arizona.
The Cardinals were left with little choice but to release Kolb on March 15 in a move that came before they were set to pay the player a $2 million roster bonus.