The Buffalo Bills made their final roster cuts today, and among those were quarterback Jeff Tuel and receiver TJ Graham.
Tuel is the fourth quarterback cut by Buffalo, who also signed Kyle Orton today. The Bills clearly wanted a veteran presence behind struggling starting quarterback EJ Manuel and carrying three quarterbacks apparently was not a priority. Tuel could end up on Buffalo's practice squad if another team doesn't add him to their 53-man roster.
Graham's release was no surprise. The Bills have a deep receiving corps, and Graham just didn't fit in. He is a liability on special teams, where Marcus Easley thrives, and there was just no way he was going to see the football field with the depth Buffalo has at the position.
The full list of the final cuts is listed below:
The Bills will begin their regular season in Chicago when they play the Bears next Sunday and it'll be interesting to see how quickly Kyle Orton can learn Buffalo's system, as he is the only option the Bills have left behind EJ Manuel.
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