The Bills released receiver Peerless Price on Thursday, ending his disappointing two-year run in Buffalo.
Price missed the final 12 games this past season after having surgery performed to repair a disc in his neck. He finished with just seven catches for 68 yards a year after making 49 receptions.
The Bills were hoping Price would give them a legitimate No. 2 receiver behind Lee Evans when they signed him prior to the 2006 season, but his production suffered mostly due to Buffalo’s popgun offensive attack. The Bills have finished 30th in the league in offense the past two seasons.
The Bills also released linebacker Kevin Harrison and defensive back E.J. Underwood.
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