The Bills announced Friday they have released tight end Charles Clay
Clay, 30, was entering the final year of his five-year contract he signed with Buffalo back in 2015.
In 2017 Clay led the Bills in receiving yards and was second on the team in receptions. The year before, he led the team in receptions and second in receiving yards, only behind Robert Woods.
Clay’s production dropped off last season and was a healthy scratch for the Bills at the end of the year. He finished with a career-low 184 receiving yards and no touchdowns in 2018.
The Bills will save 4.5 million dollars releasing Clay before the final year of his contract.
Clay finished his four years in Buffalo with 178 catches and 9 touchdowns in 53 games with the Bills.