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9 Bills free agents signed by other teams this offseason – Bills Wire

Football is a business, and that means saying good-bye to some longstanding members of the organization. While the emphasis is usually on those joining the team, the Buffalo Bills saw several players signing with other teams via free agency this spring.
Here are nine former Bills players who will have a new home this fall:
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Phillips was a 2018 third-round pick of the Buffalo Bills. He played four seasons for the Bills, recording 107 tackles. The Standford product was a hard-working rotational interior defensive lineman. Phillips signed a three-year deal with the Minnesota Vikings this offseason.
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Trubisky played for the Buffalo Bills one season, seeing limited action as Josh Allen’s primary backup. Trubisky received solid reviews as a good teammate, rounding out the quarterback room for the Bills. Trubisky signed a two-year contract with the Pittsburgh Steelers. He looks to regain his spot as a starter in the league.
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Wallace was one of the best stories for the Bills during the Sean McDermott era, as he moved from being an undrafted free agent to NFL starter. He was thrust into the starting role after Buffalo struggled to find a complement to Tre’Davious White on the field. Wallace totaled 219 tackles and six interceptions in four seasons for the Bills. Wallace signed a two-year contract with Pittsburgh at the onset of free agency.
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Addison played the last two years for the Bills, arriving as a free agent from Carolina. He provided a good veteran presence for the team, but Addison could not replicate his double-digit sack totals from his time with the Panthers. Addison recorded 12 sacks in two seasons with the Bills. Addison signed a two-year deal with Houston.
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Feliciano brought intensity to the offensive line. He was a mauler who thrived in the ground attack. Injuries knocked Feliciano off the field over the past two years, limiting him to 18 games during this time. Feliciano joins former Bills offensive coordinator Brian Daboll with the New York Giants.
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Butler was a part of the Bills interior defensive line rotation. In two seasons with the Bills, Butler registered 29 total tackles and five tackles for loss. Butler inked a one-year deal with Las Vegas this offseason.
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Obada played one year with the Bills, seeing action in 10 games. He registered 3.5 sacks for the Bills. Obada was a depth defensive end this year, using his length to provide pressure off the edge. Obada is moving on to Washington on a one-year deal.
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Breida struggled to see the field consistently with the Bills. While he was lauded for his speed, Breida could not break through with Buffalo. In nine games, he recorded only 33 touches. However, he did find the end zone three times last year. Brieda will join Daboll with the Giants on a one-year deal.
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Hughes was the longest-tenured Bill, coming to Western New York in 2013. In nine seasons with Buffalo, Hughes registered 350 tackles and 53 sacks. Hughes’ sack total places him fourth in Bills history. Hughes signed a two-year contract with Houston.
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