The Buffalo Bills and quarterback Kevin Kolb agreed to a two-year contract Saturday night.
The deal is worth a maximum $13 million and as ESPN suggests probably means Kolb will be handed the starting position in Buffalo. His main competition in Buffalo will be Tavaris Jackson, who the Bills signed in Februry.
Kolb's record as a starter is 9-12.
He spent the past two seasons with the Arizona Cardinals where threw for 17 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in two year. The 28-year-old threw for 17 touchdowns and 11 interceptions in two seasons with the Cardinals after being acquired from the Eagles. During his career in Arizona, he was sacked 57 times.
Kolb was a 2007 second-round pick of Philadelphia out of the University of Houston.
The New York Jets and Oakland Raiders also showed interest in signing Kolb.