The Buffalo Bills have released veteran quarterback Matt Cassel today. The team has just save 4,750,000 million dollars by doing so. The team has said it was a priority to get defensive tackle Marcell Dareus a long term deal, and with the recent cuts of both Fred Jackson and Matt Cassel, the Bills will have more than enough money to get their young D-Tackle under contract.
Cassel came to the Bills last year when the team traded a draft pick to the Minnesota Vikings for him. He was expected to be the starting quarterback, but both Tyrod Taylor who was signed in the off-season as a free agent and former first round draft pick EJ Manuel passed him on the depth chart.
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