Buffalo Bills release OL Will Ulmer

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Offensive lineman Will Ulmer was released by the Buffalo Bills. The team announced the move on Wednesday.

Ulmer signed with the Bills on May 17. He was an undrafted rookie free agent signee of the team following the 2022 NFL draft.

Ulmer is a 6-foot-4, 312 pound lineman who had a streak of 42 starts (53 total) at Marshall and appeared in a school record 57 contests.

In 2021, Pro Football Focus named him to their preseason All-Conference USA team.

With Ulmer’s release, the Bill snow have 87 players on their 90-man roster heading toward mandatory minicamp next week,

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