Tuesday, March 11, 2014

Unsurprisingly, Bills hand Kolb his walking papers


It's hardly surprising, but news, nonetheless.

The Buffalo Bills released quarterback Kevin Kolb Tuesday, according to ESPN.com, and saved $3 million in cap space in the process. They also avoided paying him the $1 million roster bonus he was owed Thursday.

Kolb was brought in last summer to compete for the starting job but was lost for the year to a concussion he sustained in the preseason.

The Bills had little use for 29-year-old signal-caller, not only because the cost and injury concerns, but also due to the emergence(?) of backup Thad Lewis.

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