To fill their gaping hole at quarterback, the Bills signed Gibran Hamdan Tuesday.
And to clear room for Hamdan, they placed cornerback Terrence McGee on injured reserve.
Buffalo’s best cover cornerback struggled through a season that included chest, knee, and shoulder injuries. He still managed to play eleven games, but will likely require shoulder surgery.
McGee also had a knee surgery earlier in the season.
Hamdan started the season in Buffalo, so he knows the team’s system. His presence is a sign that Ryan Fitzpatrick won’t be ready for Sunday’s game. Brian Brohm is expected to start.
McGee is the eighteenth Bills player to be place on injured reserve. We’d argue that no team was more ravaged by injuries this year. Discuss among yourselves if you disagree.