The Buffalo Bills are done with their 80-man practice today at Ralph Wilson Stadium, and whispers of more NFL roster cuts are starting to roll in. After Tim Graham reported that tackle Ed Wang was released earlier this afternoon, he's now also added three more names to the list: nose tackle Michael Jasper, outside linebacker Antonio Coleman and safety Josh Nesbitt.
By far the biggest name on that list is Coleman, a second-year former undrafted free agent out of Auburn that made the team outright as a rookie last season. He'd put together another strong training camp, including impressive efforts against Jacksonville and Detroit, but has apparently fallen victim to a numbers game at outside linebacker.
Jasper was the team's seventh-round pick this year, and something of a cult hero to the fan base. Nesbitt is a quarterback that also played safety, and a Chan Gailey recruit at Georgia Tech. All three players have practice squad eligibility.
Additionally, the agent for rookie receiver Kamar Aiken reports that his client has been released, as well. Aiken, too, is a strong bet for the practice squad.