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Upon release, Moorman sends letter to Bills fans

For 12 of the past 13 years, whenever the Buffalo Bills failed to convert on a third down and needed to flip the field on the opposition, the man they turned to was punter Brian Moorman. Following a brief second stint with the team, Moorman was released by the Bills on Friday afternoon.

Amongst fan favorites over the past decade, Moorman shared his appreciation for both the city of Buffalo and Bills fans after his release was announced. The punter issued a letter to fans everywhere on his personal Twitter account: Moorman, 38, had a averaged 43.8 yards per punt over the course of the past 13 seasons. He was with the Bills from 2001 through the start of the 2012 season before being initially released. He was brought back in 2013 after the team's first five games and served as Buffalo's punter for the rest of the season.

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