The Bills have signed veteran LB Kirk Morrison to add depth and versatility to their defense. The news was first reported by Jay Glazer of FOX Sports.
Morrison, who played last season with the Jaguars after five years in Oakland, can play both inside and outside linebacker. He also is incredibly durable, having never missed a game during his career, and is considered a high-character locker-room presence.
The unrestricted free agent recorded 89 tackles last season, the lowest total of his career. He was considered expendable by the Jaguars, who signed former Bill Paul Posluszny to a big-money deal in free agency.