The Buffalo Bills have released turnover-prone quarterback Nathan Peterman.

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Peterman could never escape his reputation for committing turnovers since the Bills selected him in the fifth round of the 2017 draft out of Pitt.

  • Overall, he threw 13 interceptions in nine career appearances, including playoffs, and four starts. Peterman began this year as the starter, before losing the job early in the third quarter of a 47-3 season-opening loss at Baltimore.

The latest move comes one day after newly-added quarterback Matt Barkley found success with the team, leading the offense to 41 points against the New York Jets.

The move leaves the Bills with three quarterbacks on the roster in Josh Allen, Barkley, and Derek Anderson.