The career of Wayne Hunter in Buffalo lasted a grand total of 20 days.
On Tuesday, the Buffalo Bills released the 34-year-old offensive tackle after signing him on July 1. Hunter was in line to compete for a back-up tackle position this summer.
The former New York Jet had some rough moments in the past and eventually was dealt to the St. Louis Rams for former No. 2 overall pick Jason Smith. He played three seasons with Ryan in New York. Now, the 6-foot-5, 318-pounder will be looking for work again on the eve of training camp.
Buffalo has four tackles on the roster in Cordy Glenn, Seantrel Henderson, Cyrus Kouandjio and Tyson Chander.
And Kouandjio received the first-team reps at right tackle ahead of last year's starter, Henderson, during the spring.