According to Rapoport, the deal is for three years and $15 million. In January, we predicted Spain would make $4.5 million per season in our contract projection, so without seeing the contract details it seems like a pretty solid contract for both sides.
The Bills signed Spain to a cheap one-year, $2 million contract later in the 2019 offseason. He didn’t give up any sacks, started every game, and played virtually every snap in 2019, earning the pay bump and security.
The move also solidifies the return of Buffalo’s entire offensive line. Left tackle Dion Dawkins, left guard Quinton Spain, center Mitch Morse, right guard Jon Feliciano, and right tackle Cody Ford and Ty Nsekhe are all under contract for 2020 as are Spencer Long, Ike Boettger, and Ryan Bates. It’s a great thing for the development of a certain quarterback.