The Buffalo Bills have placed LB Tyrel Dodson on waivers Monday after serving his six-game suspension, according to Field Yates.
The Bills received a roster exemption for Dodson, but it was set to expire and they made the decision to waive him. It’s still possible they could re-sign him to their practice squad should he clear waivers on Tuesday.
Dodson’s suspension stems from a plea deal he accepted for misdemeanor disorderly conduct.
Dodson, 21, wound up going undrafted out of Texas A&M back in April. He later agreed to a three-year, $1.755 million contract with the Bills.
Buffalo later placed Dodson on the commissioner’s exempt list coming out of the preseason.
During his college career at Texas A&M, Dodson recorded 201 tackles, six sacks, four interceptions, two defensive touchdowns, two fumble recoveries and 11 pass defenses over the course of three seasons and 36 games.