Niagara Gazette — General manager Buddy Nix defended selecting the two players.
"We think they're OK," Nix said. "We think we can handle whatever problems; either they've handled them before now or we can when they get here, so that's the answer."
Tuel's addition did not come as a surprise after Nix said the Bills had seriously considered taking a second quarterback in the draft. Listed at 6-2 and 221 pounds, Tuel finished with 5,936 yards passing, 33 touchdowns and 25 interceptions in starting 26 of 31 games.
Buffalo is scheduled to hold a three-day rookie minicamp that starts May 10.