Giants sign Jake Fromm off Bills' practice squad

Fromm has spent parts of the last two seasons on Buffalo's practice squad

The Buffalo Bills have lost one of their quarterbacks off of their practice squad roster, as Jake Fromm has been signed by the New York Giants to their active roster.

Fromm will now serve as the Giants' third quarterback on the depth chart behind Daniel Jones and Mike Glennon. However, he may play backup to Glennon this upcoming Sunday, as Jones is reportedly week-to-week after suffering a neck strain in last week's win over the Philadelphia Eagles.

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The Bills selected Fromm with their fifth round pick (167th overall) in the 2020 NFL Draft after a stellar college career at the University of Georgia that included an appearance in the College Football Playoff National Championship Game in the 2017 season.

Buffalo decided to keep Fromm on the roster during the 2020 offseason after racist text messages surfaced of Fromm saying guns should be expensive so that only "elite white people" could buy them.

Fromm spent the entire 2020 season as the team's emergency COVID-19 quarterback, practicing away from the rest of the team in case of an outbreak amongst the quarterbacks.

He had spent the entirety of the 2021 season, to this point, with the Bills on the practice squad.

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