The Buffalo Bills have added to the competition at quarterback by signing former Baltimore Ravens backup Tyrod Taylor.
They also reached agreements to re-sign defensive end Jarius Wynn and wide receiver/special-teams ace Marcus Easley.
The Ravens made Taylor, 25, a sixth-round draft pick from Virginia Tech in 2011.
In 14 games for the Ravens, Taylor completed 19 of 35 passes for 199 yards, and threw two interceptions.
With the additions of Taylor and veteran Matt Cassel, whom the Bills acquired in a trade with the Minnesota Vikings, the Bills now have four quarterbacks under contract, including incumbents EJ Manuel and Jeff Tuel.
The Bills continue to work at preparing an offer sheet for Miami Dolphins tight end Charles Clay, who has a transition tag, according to an NFL source. They also remain in the running for free-agent wide receiver Percy Harvin.