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Buffalo Bills director of training operations Bud Carpenter is retiring after 33 seasons with the team.
Carpenter was among the team’s longest serving active employees. He spent 21 seasons as the Bills’ head athletic trainer before being promoted to the director’s role in 2016.
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Carpenter and his staff were also credited for acting swiftly in their treatment of tight end Kevin Everett after the player sustained a serious spinal cord injury while covering a kickoff during Buffalo’s 2007 season opener against Denver.
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