In one of the more notable cuts of roster trim down day, the Buffalo Bills parted ways with veteran running back LeSean McCoy.

The 10-year veteran spent the last four seasons with Buffalo after beginning his career in Philadelphia.

The six-time Pro Bowler was entering the final year of his contract which was set to pay McCoy six million.

The move by the Bills comes after McCoy struggled last season, rushing for only 514 yards and three scores in 14 games. It was the first time in his career, that McCoy failed to reach 600 yards.

The move leaves Frank Gore and rookie Devin Singletary as the main running backs for Buffalo.