Buffalo Bills Release 2 Players

The Buffalo Bills are set to release O.J. Howard and Duke Johnson from their roster.

Howard joined the Bills this offseason after a five-year tenure with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Yet, his time as a Bill is over before he even got into a regular-season game with the team. Teams looking for more depth at the tight end position will likely consider the one-time Super Bowl champ from here.

Johnson, on the other hand, joined the Bills after spending last season with the Miami Dolphins. Johnson should get interest around the league from here, as he has an impressive 96 career NFL games on his resume. During them, he has recorded 11 touchdowns, 530 rushes, ad 2,261 rushing yards.

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