The Bills parted ways with fifth-year defensive back Dustin Fox Wednesday. Fox spent the better part of the last two seasons with the Bills serving mainly as a reserve safety and special teams player.
Fox appeared in 11 of his 12 career games in a Bills uniform, but was facing a numbers game at free safety where he was running with the third unit.
His role on the team became even more uncertain when Buffalo re-signed safety Antwain Spann on Tuesday. Fox and Spann were being rotated in the third string free safety role, and Spann has a strong reputation on special teams.