The Buffalo Bills made a tough decision last week to part ways with center Mitch Morse and he's already agreed to play for another team, this time in Florida.

It's never easy to say goodbye to fan favorites but this year especially, the Buffalo Bills were in a tough spot.  They needed to make a lot of cap room and they were already way over the limit.  They ended up losing some incredible players in the meantime and other teams are definitely going to scoop them up.

Free agency is upon us so get ready to see where they all end up.

Who were the cap casualties this year?

The Bills were well over $40 million over the cap heading into the offseason this year.  That means that they had to cut some players to get under that number.  The Bills did most of the damage all on one day.  Within a matter of hours, the Bills had released safety Jordan Poyer, center Mitch Morse, cornerback Tre'Davious White, special teams player Siran Neal, receiver Deonte Harty, and running back/receiver Nyheim Hines.

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While some of them may have been cut to save money anyway, many of those players were favorites of Bills Mafia.

Mitch Morse finds a new home with Jacksonville

One of the biggest surprises was the release of center Mitch Morse.  He had been one of the first players added to an offensive line that needed some consistency after years and years of rotating players.

Today the announcement was made that he's come to an agreement to sign with the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Congrats to Mitch Morse on his new 2-year $10.5 million deal.  He will be reunited with Doug Pederson who was his offensive coordinator when he played for the Kansas City Chiefs.

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KEEP REAING: This was our prediction of Bills that would be released to save money.  There's only one left that made the cut:

Here are six players on the Buffalo Bills, who could be released to save money against the salary cap.

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