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Buffalo Bills cut K Dan Carpenter

By Alex Butler
Buffalo Bills cut K Dan Carpenter
Buffalo Bills quarterback EJ Manuel (R) hugs kicker Dan Carpenter after the game against the Chicago Bears at Soldier Field on September 7, 2014 in Chicago. Carpenter kicked the game-winning field goal in overtime. The Bills defeated the Bears 23-20 in overtime. UPI/Brian Kersey | License Photo

March 6 (UPI) -- Dan Carpenter will be looking for a new team in 2017.

The Buffalo Bills cut the veteran kicker Monday. He spent four seasons in Buffalo, converting 86.5 percent of his kicks. The 2009 Pro Bowl selection played the first five years of his career for the Miami Dolphins. He has made 84 percent of his career kicks.

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Carpenter's release saves the Bills $2.4 million in cap space. He made just 19-of-25 attempts last season. The Bills restructured his contract in September, reducing his salary from $2.025 million to $1.775 million.

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