Rolle was released by the Bills on Tuesday, Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News reports. Rolle hasn't played since the 2015 season, where his two tackles in eight games is representative of a minimally used special-teams man. The 27-year-old has potential to be signed to the Bills' practice squad.
Rolle signed a contract with the Bills on Saturday, ESPN's Mike Rodak reports. Rolle likely is best known for his play with the Texans from 2014-15 when he logged 21 tackles, three picks and four PBUs across 18 appearances. He'll compete for a depth role at corner now that he's with the Bills.
Rolle (hamstring) reached an injury settlement with the Cardinals on Thursday, Bob McManaman of The Arizona Republic reports. Rolle injured his hamstring last Saturday and wasn't expected back for a few weeks. His injury settlement makes him a free agent, though he likely won't sign with another team until he's healthy enough to play.
Rolle (hamstring) will be out for the next two weeks of training camp, Mike Jurecki of ArizonaSports.com reports. Rolle, who injured his hamstring during camp on Saturday, will be sidelined until at least early August. He'll be battling for a reserve spot at cornerback upon his return to the practice field.
Rolle injured his hamstring in training camp Saturday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Rolle will be taken in for an MRI on Sunday to determine the severity of the injury. Despite the setback Sunday, one positive is that it appears Rolle is fully recovered from the Achilles ailment that shortened his 2016 campaign.