Bills head coach Doug Marrone was asked about the team’s Monday release of WR Da’Rick Rogers and he made things plain.
“He definitely has skill, along with DeMarco Sampson who has played well for us in the preseason,” said Marrone of the two receivers that were moved off the roster. “But I think when you look at the production of that group and who has produced for a long period of time, it’s just as simple as we feel we have better players on the roster right now than the players we released. That’s what I communicated to them.
Marrone also explained that he’s interested in keeping players that can help this team right away not down the line.
“I’m a big believer in the production part of it right now rather than what we’re going to get down the road,” he said. “All the players that were released have the ability to play, but we as an organization feel that we just have better players right now.”
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