Buffalo Bills quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick has reportedly sealed a new contract deal with the Bills.
The Associated Press reports a person familiar with negotiations has told The AP that Fitzpatrick has agreed to terms of a new contract.
Details of the deal were not immediately known. The person, speaking on the condition of anonymity because the Bills have not made an announcement, told The AP Fitzpatrick was informed of the development immediately after practice.
Fitzpatrick is a seven-year NFL veteran and a Harvard graduate. The deal would secure Fitzpatrick as the team's long-term starter.
The Bills now four and two will "host" the Washington Redskins this Sunday in Toronto.