Bills Sign Offensive Guard Quinton Spain

The Buffalo Bills are building up their offensive line once again with the signing of former Tennessee Titans offensive guard Quinton Spain to a one-year deal.

A 27-year-old, 6-foot-4, 330-pound guard out of West Virginia University, Spain originally went undrafted in the 2015 NFL Draft before ultimately signing with the Tennessee Titans.

Spain, in his rookie year, started six games, before starting 42 of the possible 48 games at left guard the following three seasons.

Spain is set to become the sixth free agent offensive line signing this year by Buffalo, joining Mitch Morse, Ty Nsekhe, Jon Feliciano, LaAdrian Waddle, and Spencer Long as the Bills look to bring ultimate protection to Josh Allen and the Bills’ running game, and also solidify the new-look offensive line.

With this signing, the Bills may ultimately part ways with guard Vladimir Ducasse, aa move that would save $2 million against the salary cap while having another competition open at the left guard position.

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