Bills re-sign TE Klopfenstein, cut DT Mace

ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. -- The Bills have shuffled their roster by re-signing tight end Joe Klopfenstein and releasing defensive tackle Corey Mace.

Klopfenstein rejoined the Bills on Monday, two weeks after he was released by the team. A fourth-year NFL player, he originally signed with Buffalo on Nov. 18, but was inactive for the team's game at Jacksonville the following weekend.

The Bills (4-8) now have three healthy tight ends as they prepare to play at Kansas City this weekend.

Mace appeared in two games for the Bills this season, and had an interception in a 31-14 win over Miami two weeks ago.

Copyright 2009 by The Associated Press

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