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- Buffalo Bills Release Bennie Anderson

Chris Pokorny June 10, 2006
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The Buffalo Bills have released starting guard Bennie Anderson, even though he had two years left on his contract. Anderson started all but one game for the Bills last year. They originally signed him last year from the Baltimore Ravens in free agency.

The Bills were not pleased with the playing level of Anderson last season. They tried to move him out of the starting lineup during the season, but they needed him again when tackle Mike Williams went down with a season-ending injury.

Anderson was scheduled to make $3.15 million over the next two seasons. However, the Bills feel that linemen Tutan Reyes and Duke Preston will be suitable enough to fill Anderson's shoes.


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