Quarterback Kyle Orton agreed to a one-year deal with the Bills. He'll help QB Jeff Tuel back up second-year QB E.J. Manuel , who has struggled badly in the preseason. Orton started just one NFL game last season and was considering retirement before accepting this deal.
Orton could eventually have some value this season in deep two-QB leagues. The Bills will undoubtedly roll out Manuel to start the year. But given how poorly he played this preseason - 50-of-82 passing for 517 yards, one touchdown and two interceptions - it's not hard to imagine Orton making a push for the starting job at some point. The last time he played in an NFL game, in 2013, the 31-year-old Orton went 30-of-46 for 358 yards, two touchdowns and two interceptions. Don't draft him yet, but if he becomes the starter in Buffalo, he could be a decent bye-week fill-in.