The Bills roster is beginning to take shape. The team made a move to whittle down the tight end position on Wednesday, releasing Mike Caussin. They've also signed linebacker Jamaal Westerman.
Caussin was been placed on the waived/injured list. He hasn't practiced since Aug. 2, when he suffered a hip injury. Caussin played 6 games for the Bills in 2011, making 5 catches. He missed last season with a knee injury.
Caussin's release affirms that the Bills have some faith in young tight ends Dorin Dickerson and Chris Gragg.
Anyone who's been out to the field this training camp has certainly noticed some added emotion when the Bills lineup in goal line situations, with so much push from players on both sides feeling like there's a lot on the line. Marcell Dareus told us of it's importance.
"I like the goal line. It separates the boys from the men. We go out there and have a good time. It's power against power. See who'll make the play, who wants it the most. It's as close as we're going to get to the game. I don't mind it," Dareus said.