The Buffalo Bills are making sure to evaluate every quarterback prospect thoroughly, even one that they're already very familiar with, as Syracuse's Ryan Nassib will work out for the team, according to Joe Buscaglia of WGR 550 in Buffalo.
Nassib has been frequently connected to the Bills after the team hired former-Syracuse head coach Doug Marrone shortly after the end of the regular season. While Marrone is very familiar with Nassib and his work habits, a work out with him throwing the same routes that the Bills set up other top prospects to throw will allow the team to better evaluate players on a equal playing field.
Among the other quarterback prospects that the Bills have privately met are West Virginia's Geno Smith, USC's Matt Barkley, Florida State's E.J. Manuel and Oklahoma's Landry Jones. Along with Nassib, the Bills are also scheduled to work out Tennessee quarterback Tyler Bray, according to Buscaglia's report.
In his senior season with Syracuse, Nassib completed 62.5 percent of his passes for 3,753 yards with 26 touchdowns and 10 interceptions.
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