As the NFL tampering period has officially begun (despite some teams not being thrilled with it happening), the Buffalo Bills made official the re-signing of guard Quinton Spain.
According to the Bills’ official twitter account, Spain signed his three-year, $15 million deal. The deal for Spain is extra sweet considering his one-year “prove it” deal he signed in 2019. The former Tennessee Titans lineman responded with arguably the best season of his career while in Orchard Park. He started all 16 games for the first time in his career and helped stabilize what had been a weak point for Buffalo.
The deal is reportedly for three years and $15 million, which doesn’t necessarily ensure he’s going to be the starting guard for Buffalo in September. Further details have not yet been released.
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