(WGR 550) -- It didn't take long for former Buffalo Bills starting quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick to land on his feet.
According to Ian Rapoport of NFL.com, Fitzpatrick has agreed to terms on a two-year contract with the Tennessee Titans to become Jake Locker's backup quarterback. The deal is pending Fitzpatrick passing a physical, the report says.
The Bills released Fitzpatrick on March 12, one day before he was set to make a $3 million roster bonus for being on the team for one full day of the new league year. In cutting Fitzpatrick, the Bills saved themselves $7 million on this year's cap by designating it as a post-June 1 waiver, which delays the bulk of the cap hit.
He's the third member of the 2012 Buffalo roster to hook on with Tennessee this off-season. Safety George Wilson and left guard Andy Levitre each signed with the Titans as unrestricted free agents in 2013.
Fitzpatrick started a total of 53 games for the Bills over his four-year career in Buffalo. He's 30 years old.