CANTON, OH - AUGUST 9: Chris Davis #17 of the Tennessee Titans tries to get around Terrence McGee #24 of the Buffalo Bills during the Pro Football Hall of Fame Game at Fawcett Stadium on August 9, 2009 in Canton, Ohio. The Titans defeated the Bills 21-18. (Photo by Joe Robbins/Getty Images)
The rebuilding continues in Buffalo as the team looks to create more cap space and a new look in the midst of yet another coaching change.
One week after cutting ties with George Wilson and Nick Barnett, the Bills have released cornerback Terrence McGee, who has been in Buffalo for nine seasons, they announced on the team's official website Thursday.
"Terrence has been a contributor to the Bills organization for 10 years and we thank him for his efforts on the field and off," general manager Buddy Nix said in a statement. "We wish him the best of luck in the future."
Although he has battled injuries, (the latest being a knee injury that forced him to injured reserve last season), missing 26 games over the past three seasons, MCghee says he felt "blindsided" by the Bills decision to let him go.
"I'm trying to get my knee back to 100 percent and hopefully find a landing spot somewhere else," McGee said, via The Buffalo news. "I definitely have not thrown in the towel. That's not even in my brain right now."
"Hopefully, when I get healthy I'll have a shot at a couple teams and show what I can do. Once my knee's all right, I'm all right."