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Bills Sign OT Wayne Hunter To A One-Year, $870K Deal

Update:

Adam Caplan reports that the Bills signed veteran OT Wayne Hunter to a one-year contract worth $870,000.

  • Hunter will carry a cap figure of $585,000 for the 2015 season.

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According to Tony Pauline of DraftInsider.net, the Bills have signed former Jets OT Wayne Hunter to a one-year contract.

Vic Carucci previously mentioned that the Bills’ decision to waive DL Bryan Johnson a few weeks ago was likely an indication that they were prepared to sign Hunter to a contract.

Hunter, 32, was drafted in 2003 by the Seattle Seahawks and spent two seasons with the team, only seeing action in two games without earning a start before being waived in 2006. He was later claimed by the Jaguars, but lasted only that one season without a start and only saw action in one game.

Hunter was added to the Jets where he spent four seasons and amassed 21 starts before being traded to the Rams in 2012 where he started another four games.

 

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kevin
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i know no one would probably agree with me but a trade scenario here. think about it. Marcel Dareus and first round pick to san diego for phil rivers and a second rounder! git ‘er done!

mike finnerty
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I think it is a great idea!,,,problem is it would force Rex to pay attention to offensive side of ball…won’t happen

Paul Kawa
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If he was cut by the Jags, that’s not a good sign. But, this wouldn’t be the first castoff that found new life in Buffalo. Can anyone s “Jerry Hughes” or Fred Jackson. Glad to see the Bills are trying to address the OL. This is a priority if they want this offense to click. I doubt they’ll make a serious push for Battles now, but you never know.

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