Buffalo Bills officially announce that Nathan Peterman has been released
Nathan Peterman started his college career at Tennessee before transferring to Pitt. After two stellar years with Pitt, he was drafted by the Buffalo Bills in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft.
Since then, things have been a disaster for Peterman, who has appeared in eight games and thrown for three touchdowns and 12 (yes, 12) interceptions.
Just when you think the Bills are done with him, he ends up back on the field, tossing more interceptions. However, after the Bills beat the New York Jets 41-10 with newly signed QB Matt Barkley, they finally brought Peterman’s tenure with the team to a merciful end:
We have released QB Nathan Peterman. pic.twitter.com/1DtMKfvZ0M
— Buffalo Bills (@buffalobills) November 13, 2018
Peterman hasn’t exactly put the best game film out there, so finding a new NFL job won’t be easy.
However, just look at Barkley’s story — from sitting at home to starring for the Bills in a matter of two weeks — as all the inspiration Peterman needs to find a new gig.