Kurt Coleman has a new home.
The former Ohio State safety and now NFL veteran has signed with the Buffalo Bills to replace newly-retired Bills safety Rafael Bush.
Coleman joins a familiar defensive scheme in Buffalo led by head coach Sean McDermott. Coleman played under McDermott at both Philadelphia and Carolina when McDermott was a defensive coordinator and secondary coach.
The Bills will be Coleman's fifth NFL team as he's previously spent time with the Eagles, Chiefs, Panthers and most recently the new Orleans Saints.
Coleman is set to make "just over $1 million on a 1-year deal with a chance to make a maximum of $2 million" according to Ian Rapoport.