The Buffalo Bills announced Tuesday the release of Mark Anderson after paying him roughly $8 million last season. Anderson struggled for five games in 2012, and then he suffered a knee injury that wound up requiring multiple surgeries. Anderson was expected to stay on the roster this year as a situational pass rusher, but new Bills defensive coordinator Mike Pettine apparently didn’t have a use for him.

Anderson leveraged one strong season with the New England Patriots into the big contract that was supposed to pay him $20 million over four years in Buffalo.

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