The Buffalo Bills brass will hold a private workout in Los Angeles with former-USC Trojans quarterback Matt Barkley and wide receiver Robert Woods on Monday, according to a report from ESPN's James Walker. In the past two weeks the Bills have privately worked out four quarterbacks: Geno Smith, E.J. Manuel, Landry Jones and Tyler Bray.
Barkley, 22, suffered a separated shoulder in a loss to the UCLA Bruins on Nov. 17 and, although the injury did not require surgery to repair, it kept him from participating in both the Senior Bowl and 2013 NFL Combine. He was able to throw at the USC Pro Day, though.
In his senior season, Barkley and the Trojans struggled after entering the year as the preseason No. 1-ranked team. Barkley finished the year with 36 touchdowns and 15 interceptions, a step back from his 39 touchdowns and seven interceptions in 2011, as USC lost six games in 2012, including the Sun Bowl.
Woods finished the year with 76 receptions for 846 yards and 11 touchdowns, but also saw his production drop in comparison to 2011, as he played second-fiddle to All-American Marqise Lee.
The Bills signed quarterback Kevin Kolb on Saturday, but could still be in the market for a quarterback of the future as neither Kolb nor Tavaris Jackson have proven themselves as franchise quarterbacks thus far in their careers.
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