Bills release Wayne Hunter

AP

Offensive lineman Wayne Hunter had been out of the NFL since being released in March 2013 before the Bills signed him earlier this month, but his return to the league turned out to be a brief one.

The NFL’s daily transactions report brings word that the Bills have released Hunter after just a few weeks with the team.

Hunter signed with the Bills after working out for the team near the end of their offseason program, but the quick decision to part ways with him suggests the Bills have either grown more comfortable with the other depth options on their roster or decided that Hunter’s long layoff made him unlikely to help the team this season.

Whatever the reason, the fact that the Bills are coached by Rex Ryan, who made Hunter a starting right tackle with the Jets, and didn’t even take him to training camp doesn’t bode well for another shot at continuing his pro career.

17 responses to “Bills release Wayne Hunter

  1. They gave him the traditional “So long as and if you tell anybody about this I’ll kill your family” that has made Buffalo what it is.

  2. Patskrieg says:

    They gave him the traditional “So long as and if you tell anybody about this I’ll kill your family” that has made Buffalo what it is.
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    Classless response from a classless team’s fan.

  3. Patskrieg says:
    Jul 21, 2015 5:55 PM
    They gave him the traditional “So long as and if you tell anybody about this I’ll kill your family” that has made Buffalo what it is.

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    Is this you Aaron hernandez?

  4. Edson_Schaus says:
    Jul 21, 2015 6:15 PM

    Patskrieg says:

    They gave him the traditional “So long as and if you tell anybody about this I’ll kill your family” that has made Buffalo what it is.
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    Classless response from a classless team’s fan.
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    Except that a Buffalo coach punched a kid out and threatened to do exactly that. Your definition of classless is skewered at best.

  5. He was on a western ny radio station a few weeks back and said he prayed to ask god what he should do with the rest of his life. i guess god can give bad advice to.

  6. Given the lack of competition in the AFC East, this again begs the question, why did Tom Shady cheat? He can make #1 seed every year without much competition or injury.

  7. @swagger52

    You might want to check their schedule over the past 15 years or so. It’s the teams in the AFC East that actually hand them losses or give them one hell of a fight. Buffalo and Miami both split, and the pitiful Jets lost both games by a grand total of 3 pts last year. Don’t let facts and reality get in the way of your delusional argument.

  8. @jetfan74

    Rex Ryan made the same argument that nobody in that Division can beat the Patriots. Since he made that statement, the disparity has only grown.

    I wish the Ravens played the AFC East this year.

  9. The AFC East defenses are much better than the Norths. Miami, Buffalo and the jets are superior to the steelers, browns and ravens when it comes to D. The Patriots don’t win SB’s because they play in a weak division, they are a great team no matter how hard it is to admit it. If you were to swap Cleveland and the pats, do you really think the patriots wouldn’t win the north? Truth be told, they would win any division in the NFL as long as Brady is there.

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