The Bills are bringing in a quarterback for a workout, according to report from Benjamin Allbright.
Austin Apodaca, who plays for Winnipeg in the CFL, is expected to visit next week, per the report. He most recently played in the Spring League in Texas.
He went undrafted in 2017 and signed a two-year deal with the Blue Bombers but was cut in the preseason after going 2-for-6 for 15 yards in an exhibition game. Apodaca played in college for Washington State and New Mexico, with a stint at Mesa Community College in between.
"Getting told no by the NFL, I wasn't going to quit on my dream," he told KRQE in New Mexico last year. "I was more motivated than ever and I was going to go prove it. So I was really excited when I did get the contract (in the CFL) and signed it."
The Bills have three quarterbacks on the roster in AJ McCarron, Nathan Peterman and first-round draft pick Josh Allen. They also have extended an invitation to next week's rookie camp to Shippensburg's Ryan Zapoticky.