The Buffalo Bills finally admitted that Aaron Maybin was a bust. The team released the undersized Linebacker, who never contributed signifcantly in two seasons with the Bills. Maybin, who was a terror to Quarterbacks when he played for Penn State, never produced a sack with the Bills and only started one game. It's a case of additon by subtraction for the Bills.

Maybin was a Defensive End in College, but way too undersized to play that position in the NFL. The transistion to Linebacker and working in space never seemed to work for the former all-american and lower round draft picks like Arthur Moats took significant playing time from him. The question now remains. Will any other NFL team latch on to Maybin?  Or is his NFL career over?