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free-agent punter Marquette King despite a The Buffalo Bills are reportedly not in the market for free-agent punter Marquette King despite a tweet from ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Monday. Many Bills and NFL reporters were quick to dispute Schefter’s tweet Thomas Sweeney NFL Draft , acknowledging their own sources within the Bills’ organization and the NFL.Vic Carucci of The Buffalo News was the first to refute it, followed by Sal Capaccio from WGR 550, Tim Graham of The Athletic, and more. King played for the Oakland Raiders from 2012 until 2018, leading the NFL in punting yards in 2014. He had signed a five-year extension in 2016 worth $16.5 million with $12.5 million guaranteed, but was cut just two years later. King then signed with the Denver Broncos last season, but was released in October after being placed on injured reserve with a thigh injury.The Bills currently have two young punters on the roster. Starting punter Corey Bojorquez had a promising start to the 2018 season, but a shoulder injury put him on injured reserve in late October. Punter Cory Carter has been on the roster since 2017 Thomas Sweeney Buffalo Bills Jersey , but he tore his ACL in the preseason and wasn’t able to compete for a roster spot in 2018.Free-agent signees Colton Schmidt and Matt Darr got the call to start for Buffalo after Bojorquez’s season-ending injury, but both are no longer on the roster.As for the Miami Dolphins, the other team Schefter reported to have interest in King, there is no word yet on if the team is actually interested in signing the veteran punter. The Buffalo Bills bid farewell to Kyle Williams on Sunday in an emotional 42-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins at New Era Field. Josh Allen shined and the defense created four turnovers, but the spotlight was clearly on Williams throughout the game on Sunday. Today’s links have all of your coverage from the impressive win, and a more impressive fixture with the Bills over the past 13 season. Thank you, Kyle.An emotional Kyle Williams walks off the field with one final victory - BuffaloBills.comKyle Williams started the game with a surprise on-field greeting from his family and ended it with a lap around New Era Field thanking the fans. Check out all the details from his final game as a Bill.One of the finest men to ever wear the Bills uniform played his final game | WGR 550 SportsRadioKyle Williams is what Buffalo is all about.Watch: Post Game Speech - BuffaloBills.comGo inside the locker room to hear what Coach Sean McDermott said after the Bills defeated the Dolphins 42-17 in week 17.Thank You Kyle! | WGR 550 SportsRadioWhat a way to send off the beloved Bill.Joe B: 7 observations from Buffalo Bills vs. Miami Dolphins (12/30/18)The Buffalo Bills 2018 season is over, but a few more distinct memories were taken including the final game of Kyle Williams' career. 7ABC's Joe Buscaglia brings you his final postgame observations from 2018 Infant Devin Singletary Jersey , which includes a long-term lens on where the Bills are heading in 2019.‘Let’s go kick some ass!’: From the pregame speech to his curtain call, Kyle Williams’ final game did not disappoint – The AthleticThe 13-year Buffalo veteran was overwhelmed by his farewell to the field -- but managed to add his first career reception in the win over the Dolphins. (Subscription required.)Being Kyle Williams: The Bills star, in the words of those who know him best – The Athletic"I can tell you that's the hardest-working man that I know, and if you tell him he can't do it, well, he will go out and prove he can." (Subscription required.)2019 NFL Draft: Where are the Bills picking in Round 1? (Full first-round order) | NewYorkUpstate.comHere's a look at the first-round order in the 2019 NFL Draft.Bills vs. Dolphins: Buffalo sends off Kyle Williams with a win (12 observations) | NewYorkUpstate.com"Before the game started Sunday, the emotion was pouring through New Era Field."Bills’ Jordan Phillips: ‘Kiko (Alonso) don’t mean no harm’ | newyorkupstate.comAlonso was ejected from the game after a late hit on quarterback Josh Allen.Report card: Allenmania? Buffalo Bills' Josh Allen runs wild on Miami Dolphins | NewYorkUpstate.comJosh Allen finished the 2018 season with the best performance of his career.Vic Carucci’s Hot Read: Bills end season with dynamic weapon at QB – The Buffalo NewsJosh Allen threw for 224 yards and three touchdowns, and ran for 95 yards and two scores on nine carries in his greatest performance of the season.Jay Skurski’s 10 observations: Josh Allen runs wild in Bills’ season finale – The Buffalo News Josh Allen broke the Bills’ single-season franchise record for rushing yards by a quarterback with a 35-yard gain in the third quarter.Top 3 things we learned from Bills vs. Dolphins - BuffaloBills.comThe Bills finished the 2018 season with a big 42-17 win over the Dolphins. Chris Brown shares his top three takeaways from the game.Josh Allen: "A Lot of Progress This Year" - BuffaloBills.comQuarterback Josh Allen addressed the media after the 42-17 victory over the Miami Dolphins topics include; the retirement of DT Kyle Williams Devin Singletary Jersey Draft , success in the red zone, and how well he and the team progressed throughout the year.Featured on Buffalo RumblingsBuffalo Bills 42, Miami Dolphins 17: Rapid recap and notes - Buffalo RumblingsThe Bills outplayed the Dolphins in a sendoff for Kyle Williams.2019 NFL Draft order: Buffalo Bills claim the 9th pick overall - Buffalo RumblingsEven with the win over the Miami Dolphins in the season finale, Buffalo will still hold a top-ten first round draft pick.Five takeaways: Josh Allen, Buffalo Bills overcome shaky quarter for blowout win over Miami Dolphins - Buffalo RumblingsThat was fun!

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