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As NFL teams trim their rosters down to the required 53-man roster, they face difficult decisions on cutting talented players. This article will be continually updated.
Here is where we are at, so far for the Buffalo Bills:
-TE Jason Croom released. Bills plan to add Croom to the practice squad if he clears waivers, per Aaron Wilson.
-RB Antonio Williams released, expected to be a target for the practice squad, per Ryan Talbot.
-S Josh Thomas released, and another expected practice squad player for the Bills, per Matthew Fairburn.
-G Marquel Harrell released. Expected to be on the practice squad radar, per Joe Buscaglia.
-CB Cam Lewis released, and is another practice squad candidate, pet Matt Parrino.
-LB Andre Smith released. Smith was acquired via trade from the Carolina Panthers, where he was also expected to be released.
-T Trey Adams released. unlikely he makes it through waivers due to the traits and upside Adams presents.
-OL Brandon Walton released, per Jay Skurski. Another practice squad candidate.
-WR Duke Williams has been released. A mild surprise, given some of the production he had towards the end of the 2019 season.
-TE Nate Becker has been released.
-DE Bryan Cox Jr has been released, per Ryan Talbot. Another strong practice squad candidate.
-DT Tanzel Smart released, a player who looked sharp since joining the Bills in mid-August. A mild surprise.
-DT Vincent Taylor has been released as well. Should have a market, if a team is looking for interior defensive line help.
-WR Robert Foster has been the discussion of trade talks for the Bills, and if they cannot find a trade partner, Foster is expected to be released.