NFL news: Raiders re-sign former Bills QB Nathan Peterman

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Nathan Peterman has a job in the NFL for another year.

On Thursday, the Raiders re-signed the quarterback to a one-year deal. The cherry on top came via NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, as he described Peterman as an important piece of the Las Vegas QB room:

Peterman, 26, was a fifth-round pick of the Bills in 2017. That is the same round Buffalo selected linebacker Matt Milano.

From 2017-2018, Peterman played in eight games for the Bills, starting four, and struggled. He tossed 12 interceptions in that time and eventually was cut and landed with the Raiders after workouts with the Lions and Broncos.

Prior to being drafted by Buffalo, Raiders coach Jon Gruden was very high on Peterman’s abilities when he was an analyst with ESPN. The Raiders also re-signed Peterman prior to the 2020 season when he was a restricted free agent.

Since leaving Buffalo, Peterman has only thrown five passes, all this past season. None of them were intercepted.

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