Bills Sign Former Packers LB Lattimore

By Eric Rogers
May 31, 2016
BUFFALO, N.Y. — The Buffalo Bills signed former Green Bay Packers linebacker Jamari Lattimore, the Bills announced on Tuesday.
Lattimore spent four years with the Packers until finding his way on the New York Jets roster for 2015. He was a free agent prior to this signing, totalling 64 games, 48 tackles, and one interception. Lattimore played 15 games with the Jets as a backup where he recorded 15 tackles and played a role on special teams.
The Bills hosted Lattimore for a workout on Thursday, but will still need to find a replacement for outside linebacker Shaq Lawson.
Lattimore is a former undrafted free agent.