The Bills' general manager, Brandon Beane, stated earlier this week that the team has been considering signing a defensive lineman.
The group has now formally announced that decision.The organization announced on Thursday that veteran Linval Joseph has signed with Buffalo.
According to NFL Media's Mike Garafolo, Joseph's one-year contract has a maximum value of $3.72 million.
After joining the Eagles in November of last year, Joseph, 35, made eight starts in the team's games.
In the games he participated in, he spent 38% of the snaps on the field. In the regular season,
he had 20 total tackles and a half-sack. In the postseason, he had a tackle and a fumble recovery.
In his second season, Joesph—a second-round selection of the Giants in the 2010 draft—helped New York defeat New England in Super Bowl XLVI.
Joseph spent six years and 88 games with Minnesota before spending two seasons with the Chargers in 2020.