According to Rand Getlin of Yahoo! Sports, Bills kicker and impending unrestricted free agent Dan Carpenter took a flight from South Florida up to Buffalo today. The flight conceivably could be a precursor to the Bills re-signing Carpenter once the market opens up at 4 pm.
The Bills are not able to sign Carpenter before the start of the new league year because he was signed to a veteran minimum deal that brought Buffalo some cap relief, according to Mark Gaughan of the Buffalo News.
Carpenter, 28, is coming off a career season hitting 91.7-percent of his attempts with a long of 55 yards. Before signing the veteran, the Bills concluded a training camp battle by giving the job to rookie and sixth-round pick Dustin Hopkins. The rookie sustained an injury, the Bills signed Carpenter and he remained the kicker for the rest of the season.
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