According to NFL insider Adam Schefter, The Buffalo Bills have reached an agreement with free-agent line back Matt Milano.

Milano was drafted by the Buffalo Bills out of Boston College in the 5th round of the 2017 NFL draft. Coming off 4 stellar years of play where he cemented his spot as a key defensive player, Milano was expected to test free agency and hopefully get a mega-deal.

Per Adam Shefter's Tweet, Milano passed up the extra cash for a chance to win a Super Bowl here in Buffalo. The new deal will pay Milano $44 million dollars over 4 years and includes $24 million dollars in guaranteed money.


He is coming off an injury that limited him to only 10 regular-season games, but he did manage to record 40 tackles and 3.5 sacks.

For his career, Milano has started 39 of 55 games with Buffalo and recorded 265 tackles, 6.0 sacks, and five interceptions

Once again he will team up with Tremaine Edwards and AJ Klein to form a potent linebacker crew for the Bills in 2021.

 

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