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Every year at final cuts, there are several players who are experienced veterans who get cut, for various reasons. These guys are normally swooped up pretty quickly to play roles on other teams for less money, sometimes much less. Two of these guys for the Bills could easily be Dwan Edwards and Terrence McGee. McGee restructured his contract earlier this offseason, signing a 2 year, 4 million dollar deal, rather than going into the season making 3.6 million, his original salary, in order to save his roster spot. However, only $300,000 of that contract, the signing bonus, was guaranteed, so his roster spot is not safe. He recently expressed concern over his roster spot security, saying “I’m at the back of the line right now. There are guys way in front of me right now.” McGee is in a 4 way battle for the nickel cornerback job and, since teams normally only carry 4 or 5 cornerbacks, at least one member of that battle will not make the final roster. 2011 7th round pick Justin Rogers, a...
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