Bills free up cap space by releasing Dockery

Two years after Buffalo made Derrick Dockery the highest-paid guard in the game, the Bills released him Thursday.

In 2007, Buffalo awarded Dockery a seven-year, $49 million contract. Two years later, he is out of work.

The Bills will have to accelerate $5.4 million against their cap, but a big contract is off their books. And Dockery is on the market.

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