Kraig Urbik is on the trading block, per report.
Bills have been gauging interest in OL Kraig Urbik, set to make $2.275M this season, and seemingly falling out of favor— Jason La Canfora (@JasonLaCanfora) August 29, 2014
Urbik has started 42 games for the Bills over the last three seasons but head coach Doug Marrone has seemed bent on replacing the former Pittsburgh Steelers third round pick. John Wawrow of the Associated Press told us on Buffalo Rumblings Live August 19th that Marrone had wanted to "add more beef" to the offensive line. The team added Chris Williams to play left guard and drafted Cyril Richardson this offseason in addition to trying out Chris Hairston at the spot before ultimately settling on converted tackle Erik Pears.
The Bills still need to move 9 players off their active roster by 4 p.m. tomorrow.
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