The Buffalo Bills are interested in free-agent quarterback Kevin Kolb, according to ProFootballTalk.com. Kolb was released by the Cardinals earlier this month after he refused to restructure his contract.
Kolb certainly expected more suitors on the open market, but to this point, he's gotten little interest. With a stock of quarterbacks available to them -- including Matt Flynn -- it seems to make little sense that the Bills pick up a seven-year veteran to pair with fellow vet Tarvaris Jackson.
Of course, the Bills are expected to take a quarterback in next month's draft. After releasing former starter Ryan Fitzpatrick, the prevailing notion was the Bills were planning to go young and find a quarterback to build around. Picking up Kolb wouldn't fit that narrative.
There was some talk that Kolb could end up starting for the Jets Week 1, but those talks have cooled. The fit makes sense, especially given New York's messy quarterback situation and the fact its new offensive coordinator, Marty Mornhinweg, was Kolb's play-caller for a few seasons in Philly.
In seven seasons with the Eagles and Cardinals, Kolb has never appeared in more than nine games in a single year. His best season statistically came in 2011 with Arizona, when he threw for almost 2,000 yards in nine games.