The Bills are getting a head start on their roster cuts in advance of the Saturday deadline. The team announced that the following six players have been waived:
Rambo, 27, had his first stint with the Bills in 2014 and 2015, appearing in a combined 19 games with eight starts. Last year, he joined the Dolphins midway through the year and racked up 39 total tackles, one interceptions, and three passes defensed in nine games (five starts). He returned to the Bills this July, but he was not able to stick for long.
Metz, 26, spent the bulk of last year with the Qingdao Clipper of the China Arena Football League. He’ll presumably try to find another NFL gig, but he could also wind up getting a new stamp in his passport.
Buffalo’s roster now stands at 83 players, meaning that they still have to cut 30 guys by Saturday afternoon.