ESPN’s Adam Schefter reports that the Bills have agreed to terms with free agent linebacker Reggie Torbor, formerly of the Dolphins.
Mostly a special teamer in his career, Torbor made two starts last year for the Fins and was credited with 37 tackles. He also picked off one pass and recorded a sack.
In Buffalo, Torbor will likely continue to focus on special teams while competing with Kawika Mitchell to be the Bills’ No. 3 inside linebacker. Torbor’s experience in the 3-4 defense may give him the edge.
Paul Posluszny and Andra Davis figure to be locked in as the team’s starting inside linebackers.