Bills Notes: McCown, Incognito, Fluellen

Here’s a quick look at the Bills..

  • Nobody is comparing the Bills‘ stable of quarterbacks to Tom Brady, but they will be compared to Josh McCown, as Charles Robinson of Yahoo Sports writes. McCown, of course, spurned the Bills to instead join up with the Browns this offseason. When McCown went to Cleveland, that opened the door for Matt Cassel, who is now duking it out with Tyrod Taylor and E.J. Manuel for the starting job.
  • Bills guard Richie Incognito says he’s matured in his time off, as Jay Skurski of the Buffalo News writes. Reporters asked the controversial lineman if he’s changed after more than a year and a half away from the game. “You know, it’s six one way, half dozen the other,” he said. “I’ve definitely grown, definitely matured. I definitely did take some steps forward. But, you know, I think what this whole thing was, it really just shook me down to my core values, and really just kind of made me think about the kind of man I am.”
  • Andre Fluellen‘s one-year deal with the Bills will pay him $870K with a $585K cap figure on minimum salary benefit, according to Aaron Wilson of the National Football Post (on Twitter). Fluellen, 30, has spent nearly all of his career with the Lions since being drafted by the team in the third round back in 2008. However, he has never played a significant role in Detroit, acting as a part-time contributor over the course of 77 career games (75 with Detroit). In 2014, Fluellen recorded 10 tackles, two sacks, and a fumble recovery in 183 defensive snaps.
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