Bills make cuts and a trade on their way to the 53 man roster
The Bills had plenty of moves to make ahead of Saturday's deadline to get the roster down to 53 players.
They made all of them, and then another.
Buffalo releasing numerous players at all positions, getting their roster down to the regular season mandated size of 53 players.
The Bills also made yet another trade, sending cornerback Kevon Seymour to the Carolina Panthers in exchange for wide receiver Kaelin Clark.
The Bills are likely not done making moves. There have been roughly 1,200 players cut around the NFL over the past 48 hours, meaning there will be plenty of waiver claims put in by numerous teams.
If the Bills decide to claim anybody off of waivers, that player must be added to the active roster. That would mean a player who made the initial cut of 53 would have to be let go.