Kerley was released Saturday, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.
Analysis: This is a bit of a strange move for a team with such a questionable and unproven group of wide receivers, with the veteran Kerley earning the No. 3 slot job with a decent summer. The youth movement in Buffalo continues, as the team will use a now healthy Ray-Ray McCloud as its fifth wideout for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Kerley may not have that tough a time finding employment elsewhere.
Sep 15, 2018 9:14 AM EST
Kerley caught two of four targets for just seven yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.
Analysis: Kerley, the team's No. 3 wideout who works primarily out of the slot, saw action on 69 percent of the offensive snaps, far more than No. 4 option Robert Foster (25 percent) and No. 5 option Andre Holmes (17 percent). That said, Kerley isn't much of a red-zone threat and is at best the fifth option in a stinky offense, leaving his expected production on the low side each week.
Sep 10, 2018 5:36 PM EST
Kerley caught his only target for 18 yards during Sunday's preseason loss to the Bengals.
Analysis: Kerley is almost certain to make the team given the Bills don't have many other viable slot options, plus the veteran has good punt-return skills. He projects to begin the season in that No. 3 slot role, which should keep him on the field in many of the team's packages. Kelvin Benjamin and perhaps even Zay Jones look like better fantasy options for now, however.
Aug 27, 2018 10:26 AM EST
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