BuffaloBills.com reports that Buffalo Bills cornerback Terrence McGee has signed a contract extension with the team. The Buffalo News reports figures of four years and $27 million on the new deal. Add in the deal he's currently wrapping up, and McGee is essentially tied up for 5 years and $30 million. With McGee on board long-term, the only Bills cornerback of significance in a contract year is Ashton Youboty.
McGee, who missed practice on Friday with back spasms, is listed as questionable for the Bills' Week 2 matchup with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. McGee, who along with the rest of Buffalo's secondary is coming off of a pretty terrible second-half performance in New England, told BuffaloBills.com that he's "confident he'll be fine for Sunday."
Meanwhile, the Bills are getting nickel corner Drayton Florence back. Florence has not suited up since the Bills' pre-season victory over Chicago after spraining his knee, but he participated fully in practice on Friday and is listed as probable. TE Derek Fine (hamstring), DE Aaron Schobel (back) and DE Chris Kelsay (knee) were also full participants on Friday, and all three are listed as probable alongside Florence.
Buccaneers WR Antonio Bryant, by the way, is listed as doubtful, according to PewterReport.com.