Kennedy spurns Bills, resigns with Vikings

Posted on March 13, 2010 by Patrick Moran

The Buffalo Bills had Jimmy Kennedy in for a visit over the past few days.  They hoped to sign the Minnesota Vikings reserve defensive tackle but were spurned on Saturday afternoon when Kennedy decided to resign with the Vikings.

It’s being reported the deal was for $6 million over two years.

Reports are saying Kennedy was looking to start for Buffalo but wasn’t promised anything by Buddy Nix.  At that point he decided Minnesota would be a better fit for him to return.

This is the second time in a week Buffalo has hosted a key reserve linemen and been unable to close the deal.  Last week the Bills tried recruiting Wade Smith, but he ended up signing a four-year deal with Houston.

There’s no confirmed players coming in for a visit to Buffalo on Sunday or Monday at this point.

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