Bills sign Lachlan Edwards, cut Kaare Vedvik

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Buffalo’s made a change at punter.

The Bills announced on Wednesday that they have signed Lachlan Edwards. Kaare Vedvik was cut in a corresponding move.

Edwards spent the last four seasons with the Jets, but the AFC East club went in a different direction this offseason by drafting Braden Mann in the sixth round. Edwards averaged 45.9 yards per punt last season and has a career average of 45.5 yards.

Vedvik was highly touted for his work as both a kicker and a punter in Ravens camp in 2018, but missed the regular season with injuries sustained in an assault. He was traded to the Vikings and claimed off of waivers by the Jets last summer, but only lasted one game as Edwards’ teammate because he missed a field goal and an extra point in a season-opening 17-16 loss to Buffalo.

Corey Bojorquez, who averaged 41.9 yards per punt last season, is the other punter on the Buffalo roster.

3 responses to “Bills sign Lachlan Edwards, cut Kaare Vedvik

  1. You know the Bills have a pretty exciting roster when one of the more intriguing camp battles is for punter…and the 2nd is kicker.

  2. Why does it seem like the Bills have had a hard time finding a punter ever since Moorman left.
    I’m Still bitter That Bojorquez didn’t see The wide open receiver against the Patriots and they were able to block the punt for a TD. Gotta get rid of players that are prone to letting that happen.

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