Bills sign guard Quinton Spain

Buffalo continues to add depth to their offensive line

Derek Kramer
April 03, 2019 - 9:29 am

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The Buffalo Bills continue to add to their offensive line as they have signed former Tennessee Titans offensive lineman Quinton Spain to a one-year contract.

Spain played college football at West Virginia and signed with the Titans as an undrafted free agent in 2015. The 27-year-old will be entering his fifth season in the NFL and he started in 15 games for the Titans in the 2018 season. Spain has started 48 games for Tennessee over four seasons since 2015.

Buffalo hosted Spain for a free agent visit back in March.

Here's what our Sal Capaccio wrote about Spain when he mentioned him as a possible Bills' free agent target back in February:

Spain’s had to work for everything he’s earned so far in the NFL. He came into the league as an undrafted free agent in 2015, signed by the Titans. After making the initial 53-man roster, he then wound up starting six games at guard. In 2016, he won the starting job and has held it ever since, missing only five games over the last three years. He’s regarded as an excellent pass blocker, but the Titans have also had a solid running game throughout the time Spain has been one of the starting five. After the 2017 season, Spain was a restricted free agent and the Titans placed an “original round” tender on him, meaning they had the right to match any offer any other team made. He stayed in Tennessee, playing on that $1.907 million one-year deal. Now he’s eligible to be an unrestricted free agent and really see what he’s worth. He’s hitting free agency at the right time, with plenty of starting experience and still only 28-years old, so it will be interesting to see what kind of market develops for him.  

Spain joins Jon Feliciano, Spencer Long, Mitch Morse, LaAdrian Waddle, and Ty Nsekhe as offensive line acquisitions by the Bills this offseason.

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