With NFL rosters needing to go down from 90 to 85 players by Tuesday’s deadline, the Buffalo Bills have started their roster cuts.
Buffalo announced Sunday that the team released offensive lineman Derek Kerstetter, offensive lineman Jordan Simmons, cornerback Olajiah Griffin, and tight end Jalen Wydermayer.
Of the four players, only Simmons has appeared in a regular-season game. He has 25 career appearances with nine starts. He played in five games for Las Vegas Raiders last season.
Griffin spent time on Buffalo’s practice squad last season after going undrafted out of USC.
Kerstetter and Wydermayer joined the Bills as undrafted free agents in May.
The next round of cuts is scheduled for August 23. Rosters will shrink from 85 to 80.