By Tim Graham
PITTSFORD -- The Buffalo Bills have announced they've released second-year offensive lineman Michael Jasper.
Bills head coach Chan Gailey on Saturday night divulged his dissatisfaction with Jasper's training camp so far. Gailey's comments appeared in a Press Coverage blog Sunday morning along with a rehash of Jasper's fascinating background that led fans to daydream about the possibilities.
That the Bills didn't wait for the first round of cuts to dump Jasper indicates they simply ran out of patience with the former 450-pound, two-way player from Bethel College.
To paraphrase Gailey, Jasper wasn't aggressive enough and didn't know his assignments. Not an attractive combo for an offensive lineman, wether he's a project or not.
No roster addition has been announced to fill Jasper's spot.
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