The Buffalo Bills have released cornerback Drayton Florence.
Florence, 31, was a member of the Bills for three full seasons, but 2011 was by far the worst year of his tenure in Buffalo.
Opposing quarterbacks had a 103 QB rating when throwing at Florence last season, and he was flagged for a handful of critical pass interference calls.
He totalled seven interceptions with the Bills, none bigger than his memorable pick-six against the New England Patriots last September.
Bills fans will never forget that moment.
A newly crowded secondary and $4 million in base salary in 2012 were probably the two main reasons Florence was let go.
Leodis McKelvin can now breathe easy.