It didn't take long for Ryan Fitzpatrick to find a new home. The former Bills starting quarterback has agreed to terms with the Tennessee Titans.
A person familiar with the deal told The Associated Press that the Titans have agreed to a two-year deal with Fitzpatrick.
Fitzpatrick would be the third ex-Bills player to sign with the Titans this offseason, joining safety George Wilson and guard Andy Levitre.
Buffalo released Fitzpatrick last Tuesday, just one day before the club would have had to pay him a $3 million roster bonus.
Despite signing with the Titans, Fitzpatrick will still count for $10 million against the Bills salary cap over the next two seasons.
He will replace Matt Hasselbeck with the Titans, after the team released Hasselbeck earlier in the day. Fitzpatrick will likely serve as the primary back-up for former first-round pick Jake Locker.
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