BILLS KEEPING MOULDS OFF OF THE MARKET Surely frustrated as millions of dollars flow into the pockets of lesser players, Bills receiver Eric Moulds has asked to be traded or released. "The Bills have put us in a position where we're at Option Z, and Option Z is to ask to be released," said Greg Johnson, according to The Associated Press. "It's a sad day. And we wish things could've worked out, but it's just not working out." (Editor's note: What the f--k is Option Z?) Mould is scheduled to earn $7.1 million in 2006. He has refused multiple requests to restructure his deal. So what haven't the Bills cut him? Spite. Oh, they'll never admit it. "Our intention remains to keep Eric as a part of our team," G.M. Marv Levy said on Monday. But we know what's happening, Marv. We know. The idea is to hang onto Moulds' rights for now, while all of the other guys eat at the March big money trough. By the time the Bills cut him in July or August, and cut him they will, no one else will have enough cap space set aside to give him in 2006 what he could have gotten if on the open market right now.