Nathan Peterman is getting another chance in the NFL.
According to a report from NewYorkUpstate.com, the former Bills starting quarterback will be working out in Denver sometime next week.
— Ryan Talbot (@RyanTalbotBills) November 29, 2018
This isn’t the first workout Peterman has had since his departure from Buffalo. According to Sports Illustrated, the Lions hosted Peterman for a workout on Nov. 17, but Detroit did not sign him to a deal.
In eight career games and four starts, Peterman had three touchdowns and 12 interceptions, including a five-pick performance in his starting debut on Nov. 19, 2017.
His work this season wasn’t much better with seven picks through four games. The Bills eventually cut ties and are hoping to move on with rookie Josh Allen, as well as Derek Anderson and Matt Barkley, who Buffalo signed in the middle of the season.
Peterman was selected by the Bills in the fifth round as the 171st overall pick of the 2017 draft, and was the eighth quarterback selected.