The Bills announced the signing of linebacker Jamari Lattimore on Tuesday.
Lattimore, 27, has played in 64 career games. He spent four seasons with the Packers before playing last season with the Jets, where he played in 15 games as a backup and special teams player.
A former undrafted free agent, Lattimore has made nine career starts. He has two career interceptions and one sack.
The Bills have been one of the league’s busiest teams in terms of adding veteran players over the second and third waves of free agency. Lattimore should compete for a backup linebacker job and special teams snaps during training camp.