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Bills release DT Worthy, bring back Coleman

Bills make a move swapping Coleman in for Worthy on the active roster

November 14, 2017 - 5:44 pm

The Buffalo Bills have made a pair of roster moves, releasing defensive tackle Jerel Worthy and signing defensive tackle Deandre Coleman to the 53-man roster. 

Coleman, who measures up at 6' 5" and 341 lbs., has been on and off of the Bills roster since the 2016 season, originally as a member of the practice squad. Coleman was released by Buffalo after the preseason, however, he was brought back to the main roster in Week 3 and released again. He has zero tackles on the season after that one game against the Denver Broncos. 

Worthy has been active for five games this season and collected five total tackles. Worthy has played in 20 games for the Bills over three seasons in a backup capacity. Worthy had 17 tackles in those games.

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