The Buffalo Bills released kicker Stephen Hauschka and punter Lachlan Edwards, the team announced Thursday.
Hauschka, 35, made 73 of 89 field-goal attempts and 84 of 87 extra-point tries since arriving in Buffalo in 2017.
Hauschka, who won a Super Bowl with the Seattle Seahawks following the 2013 season, is one year removed from signing a two-year contract extension with the Bills. Per OverTheCap.com, his release saves Buffalo $2.175 million off the cap in 2020.
Edwards’ stay in Buffalo was not a long one. He signed with the Bills last week after the team cut fellow punter Kaare Vedvik.
The moves mean Corey Bojorquez will serve as the team’s punter while rookie Tyler Bass, the Bills’ sixth-round pick out of Georgia Southern, will take over kicking duties.
–Field Level Media