Bills re-sign LB Kirk Morrison
The busy, busy week of the Buffalo Bills continued on Friday.
The team announced that they've come to terms on a contract extension with linebacker Kirk Morrison, the fourth player they've re-signed in the past five days.
Morrison joined the team in training camp of 2011 after signing a one-year deal. He played in 14 games with the Bills, registering a total of seven tackles for the team. Before Buffalo, Morrison was a starting linebacker for six straight seasons when he had stints with Oakland and Jacksonville.
Morrison will likely be a candidate to start at strongside linebacker, a position that has yet to be filled.
Aaron Wilson of Scout.com reports that it's a two-year deal for Morrison. Financial details have yet to be disclosed.