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Quinton Coples cut by the Miami Dolphins; Buffalo Bills previously made claim

Quinton Coples' tour of the AFC East could continue based upon Buffalo's previous interest.

It's easy to link former NY Jets to the Buffalo BillsRex Ryan is looking for players who know his system and one player just became available. Quinton Coples was released by the Miami Dolphins on Friday according to Rand Getlin.

Coples was released by the Jets in late November after Todd Bowles said that Coples was too slow to play outside linebacker in New York's 3-4 defense. He was claimed by Miami after his release, but the Bills put a claim in for Coples as well.

Ryan wanted Coples back in November, so it wouldn't be a stretch to think he'd still be interested in adding the linebacker now.

The Bills head coach drafted Coples in the first round of the 2012 draft and the linebacker had the best season of his career in 2014. Coples started 15 games that season and had 37 total tackles and 6.5 sacks. 

Linebacker play was an issue for the Bills in 2015 so Buffalo may try to land the player Rex Ryan wanted back in November.


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