WRs Coleman, Reilly, amongst first cuts by Bills

September 1, 2018

The Buffalo Bills have to make roster decisions to get down to 53 players Saturday afternoon by 4pm. Some players have already been informed of their release.

The most notable - receiver Corey Coleman, who the Bills acquired on August 6th in a trade for a 2020 seventh round pick.

Source: The #Bills are releasing former first-round pick WR Corey Coleman, who the acquired from the #Browns. A few weeks just not enough time to grab a roster spot. He’s looking for another fresh start.

— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) September 1, 2018

Receiver Brandon Reilly has tweeted out that he has been released by the Bills.

Nothin but love for Buffalo.

— B. Reilly (@brandonreilly87) September 1, 2018

Reilly dealt with broken ribs during the preseason and could not make up for the lost time.

Buffalo also released linebacker Tanner Vallejo, defensive end Ryan Russell and offensive lineman Gerhard de Beer so far.