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Bills sign offensive tackle Wayne Hunter
by Sean d'Oliveira |

As expected, the Bills signed offensive tackle Wayne Hunter to a contract Wednesday, the team announced.

Hunter, 33, last played in the NFL during the 2012 season. He previously played for Bills coach Rex Ryan while both were with the Jets.

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Percy Harvin eager to play only wide receiver with Bills
by Marty Gitlin |

Labels are hard for athletes to shed. Bills veteran Percy Harvin understands that. He was labeled a gadget player upon his trade from Minnesota to Seattle in 2013 and hasn't been able to shake it since.

Harvin plans to do just that this season. He wants to thrive as strictly a wideout, but must stay healthy and produce on the field to achieve that goal.

The 27-year-old Harvin flashed in his first four seasons with the Vikings, but never reached 1,000 yards receiving. Injuries and migraines limited him with the Seahawks, where he was utilized more as a jack-of-all-trades rather than a featured wide receiver. He has played in just 14 games and caught 52 passes for 500 yards over the last two seasons combined.

Rex Ryan is seeking greater production from Harvin and is planning to line him up extensively on the outside rather than in the slot.

"He's a playmaker and I think Percy now [is] just scratching the surface of what kind of outside receiver he can be," Ryan told the team website. "I'm excited to see how he can elevate his game at that position."

So is Harvin.

"Aside from the first two years I got in the league I've been just a gadget guy," he said. "...I think this year a lot of people are going to see the end result of [playing exclusively wide receiver]."

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Bills release DE Bryan Johnson
by Jason Lempert | Staff Writer

The Bills announced they have released defensive-end Bryan Johnson on Tuesday, according to the team's official website.. Johnson was originally an undrafted free agent signed by Buffalo after the 2014 draft. He spent most of the 2014 season on the team's practice squad.

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Hard work puts Bills OT Curys Kouandjio in line to start in 2015
by Marty Gitlin |

Bills tackle Cyrus Kouandjio was beaten out for a starting spot last season by Seantrel Henderson. He is poised to turn the tables this year, per the team website.

Kouandijo is currently ahead of his fellow 2014 draftee. He has improved markedly since the end of his rookie campaign, according to Rex Ryan.

"I think the work that Cyrus has done overall in the offseason probably puts him ahead right now," Ryan said. "But again, the race isn't over by a long shot, so we'll see."

Offensive line coach Aaron Kromer concurs, but he also cautions that it's early in the process. "He's been working really hard at learning the techniques and learning the plays," he said. "When we got pads on that's when things are really going to show up for the line."

That Henderson beat out Kouandjio last season was a surprise. The former was taken in the seventh round while the latter was selected five rounds earlier.

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Bills sign TE Matthew Mulligan on Thursday
by Sean d'Oliveira |

The Bills signed tight end Matthew Mulligan, the team announced Thursday.

Mulligan, 30, has a total of 16 receptions for 160 yards and two touchdowns in his seven-year career.

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