The past seven days have been quite entertaining for Buffalo Bills fans. As for general manager Brandon Beane, it's probably been a very hectic past week and that chaotic nature for the Bills front office will likely last through the month of April.

The Buffalo Bills have made countless moves since the start of free agency.

The Bills started out re-signing wide receiver/kick returner Isaiah McKenzie to a two-year contract last Sunday. They also released veterans Daryl Williams, A.J. Klein, Jon Feliciano and Cole Beasley. All of those releases help with the salary cap.

The Bills signed defensive tackles Tim Settle and Daquan Jones, guard Rodger Saffold, tight end O.J. Howard, along with bringing back defensive tackle Jordan Phillips and defensive end Shaq Lawson.

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The biggest move was when the Bills signed star edge rusher Von Miller to a 6-year, $120 million contract.

Those moves were helped out by both Matt Milano and Micah Hyde restructuring their current contracts, which speaks to how much both of them want to win in 2022.

Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN, spotted these incredible billboards in Buffalo this weekend. They welcome the new Bills players, welcoming back Jordan Phillips, and thanking Milano and Hyde for their restructured deals.

The deals did not stop there, either.

On Sunday, the Bills made official the trade for backup quarterback Case Keenum from the Cleveland Browns in exchange for a 7th round draft pick in 2022. Keenum restructured his deal to help the Bills cap situation.

There's also former Bills quarterback Matt Barkley, who appears to be heading back to the Bills as well, although that has not been made official yet.

Has anyone seen those billboards in Buffalo?

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