Bills gives themselves a Choice for another year

AP

While the Buffalo Bills work on the big question of where to find a quarterback, they’re handling some of the smaller business as well.

According to the Buffalo News, Tashard Choice agreed to a new deal with the team Friday.

Choice, 28, played the last season and a half with the Bills after being claimed off waivers from Washington in November 2011. His contract ran out after last season.

The 28-year-old back has been a little-used spare part playing behind Fred Jackson and C.J. Spiller, with just 51 touches last year.