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Bills release OL Reyes after signing spree

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (March 6, 2007) -- The Buffalo Bills released left guard Tutan Reyes after he became expendable following the team's signing of three free-agent offensive linemen last week.

Reyes originally signed a two-year deal with the Bills before last season when he was an unrestricted free agent, and was due to make $1 million in 2007.

The move comes four days after Buffalo signed free-agent guard Derrick Dockery to a seven-year, $49 million deal that includes $18.5 million guaranteed, as well as tackle Langston Walker, who became a free agent after voiding his contract with Oakland, and journeyman lineman Jason Whittle.

Buffalo released veteran right guard Chris Villarrial last week, and is prepared to lose veteran lineman Mike Gandy to free agency.

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