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Bills make 10 moves, get to roster limit

David Clowney

Buffalo Bills’ David Clowney goes for a catch during NFL football training camp in Pittsford, N.Y., Thursday, July 26, 2012. (AP Photo/David Duprey)


The Bills announced that they placed tight end Mike Caussin on reserve/PUP, and released nine players to get to the 75-man limit.

They cut journeyman wide receiver David Clowney, along with cornerback Prince Miller, who spent time on their practice squad.

Clowney’s speed has never translated into steady NFL work, as he’s bounced through Packers, Jets and Panthers camps.

Also released were: Linebacker Danny Batten, defensive end Sean Ferguson, tight end Fendi Onobun, defensive tackle Jay Ross, wide receiver Derek Session, defensive back Nick Sukay and guard Jake Vermiglio.

Batten, a 2010 sixth-rounder, was the only one of their draft picks to get released.