There are a few more free agents hitting the street ahead of the start of the new league year this Thursday.
Carpenter spent the last four years in Buffalo, but saw his effectiveness decline the last two years. The change in extra points was a particular problem for Carpenter as he missed 11 over the last two years while going 42-of-52 on field goals. His departure saves the Bills $2.4 million under the cap.
Robey-Coleman’s exit will save the team $1.65 million under the cap. He played every game for the Bills over the last four years and saw most of his time working out of the slot. Robey-Coleman had his ups and downs last year and found himself dropped from the lineup at times, but he’s done enough well to land a job in a league that’s always looking for corners.