Veteran linebacker Quentin Groves has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Bills, a source tells Adam Caplan of ESPN.com (on Twitter).
Groves, 31, appeared in all 16 regular season games for the Titans last season, including three starts. The linebacker, a former second round pick by the Jaguars, has bounced around a bit over the years and will now be joining his sixth team, assuming that he makes the Bills’ roster.
Over the course of seven NFL seasons, Groves has appeared in 100 games for the Jaguars, Raiders, Cardinals, Browns, and Titans. As an outside linebacker for Arizona in 2012, Groves amassed 4.0 sacks and 41 tackles, his best season to date.