The Bills have moved on from Nathan Peterman.
Buffalo announced Monday it had released the 24-year-old quarterback. Peterman started four games over his two seasons with the team.
We have released QB Nathan Peterman. pic.twitter.com/1DtMKfvZ0M
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) November 13, 2018
Peterman began the season as Buffalo’s starter. But he completed just five of his 18 passes for 24 yards and threw two interceptions before he was replaced by rookie Josh Allen in Week 1 against the Ravens.
Peterman also started the Bills’ 41-9 Week 9 loss to the Bears. He tallied just 188 passing yards and three picks in that game.
In total, Peterman finished his time in Buffalo with three touchdowns and 12 interceptions in eight appearances. He completed 52.3 percent of his passes.
The Bills have also signed quarterbacks Derek Anderson and Matt Barkley since the start of 2018. Barkley threw two touchdowns to lead the Bills to a win over the Jets last weekend.