The Buffalo Bills added another quarterback to the mix by selecting Pittsburgh’s Nathan Peterman in the fifth round with the 171st pick in the 2017 NFL Draft. The 22-year-old probably won’t be a day one starter, but the former Panther has the skills to be the Bills’ backup immediately, if he can get near the top of a crowded depth chart.
Limited Youth Mikkel Diskerud Jersey Peterman will now join a quarterback room that will likely feature Tyrod Taylor starting again in 2017, but also has Cardale Jones and T.J. Yates in the mix.
Originally, Peterman attended the University of Tennessee for two seasons but he didn’t play much. He redshirted in 2012 and only appeared in four games in 2013. During his first start in 2013, he broke his hand and lost the job. In 2014, coach Butch Jones benched Peterman after just two series in his only start of the season.
He appeared in seven more games as a Volunteer, but then transferred to Pitt in 2015, morphing into a solid quarterback with enough arm talent and athleticism to extend drives.
Limited Tuomo Ruutu Jersey Norman police still don’t release the video, but they do stage a viewing of it. NewsOK writes that it looks like the victim, who is not charged, pushes and slaps Mixon. Then he punches her and knocks her to the ground:
After a brief discussion, Mixon looks as if he’s going to walk away, but looks like he says something as he turns. Molitor then pushes Mixon, setting off a quick series of events that were over in three seconds. Mixon reacts to the push by lunging at Molitor with a closed fist at his side. She reacts by slapping Mixon near where his jaw and neck meet on his left side.