Scott Chandler released by Buffalo Bills

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Scott Chandler's five-year run in Buffalo is over.

The longtime Bills starter saw his role diminish in 2014 when he only started five games and gained just 497 yards. Perhaps the Bills are trying to free up room for Charles Clay and Percy Harvin, who have visited with the team since free agency opened.

Clay received the transition tag from the Dolphins, and he is expected to sign an offer sheet with Buffalo. The Bills will certainly have competition for Harvin, but getting him in the building first is a great sign. This has been an aggressive start to the offseason in the AFC East, and it doesn't seem likely to slow down anytime soon.

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