In today’s edition of the Buffalo Bills daily links, we discuss the news from One Bills Drive that general manager Brandon Beane found a way to bring back both linebacker Matt Milano and tackle Daryl Williams this offseason.
We break down Williams’s three-year contract extension—a deal that can be worth up to $28.2 million with nearly $14 million guaranteed—and analyze what this move means for Buffalo’s offensive line in 2021.
We also dive into why retaining the services of Milano is a game-changer for the Bills, hear from Milano on why he left money on the table to pursue a Super Bowl in Buffalo, chart out what kind of moves Beane and the Bills should take the rest of the offseason, hear from safety Micah Hyde on how quarterback Josh Allen’s presence is making it easier to recruit free agents to Buffalo, and more!
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Bills, T Daryl Williams agree to contract extension
Bills keep offensive tackle Daryl Williams with three-year contract | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com
“The contract is valued at $28.2 million ($.94 million average) with nearly $14 million guaranteed, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport.”
Another free agent returns as Bills sign Daryl Williams - Democrat & Chronicle
Buffalo reportedly signs tackle to three-year contract extension.
Buffalo Bills re-sign tackle Daryl Williams to 3-year contract - newyorkupstate.com
Deal reportedly worth $28.2 million.
Bills re-sign offensive tackle Daryl Williams - WGR 550
“It’s been a busy couple of days for Buffalo Bills general manager Brandon Beane and the organization, as the team announced on Friday the signing of Williams to a new three-year contract to remain with the club,” writes Sal Capaccio.
Source: Buffalo Bills agree to three-year contract extension with RT Daryl Williams - ESPN.com
A 16-game starter at right tackle in 2020, Daryl Williams has agreed to a three-year extension with the Buffalo Bills, according to a source.
Daryl Williams, Bills agree to terms on three-year deal - NFL.com
“The Buffalo Bills are keeping key impending free agents home before the market opens,” writes Nick Shook.
Bills agree to terms with Daryl Williams on a contract extension - BuffaloBills.com
“The Bills are bringing back one of their key pieces from the 2020 offensive line,” writes Maddy Glab.
Buffalo Bills Agree to 3-Year Extension With Offensive Tackle Daryl Williams - Sports Illustrated News, Analysis and More
“Daryl Williams was expected to be one of the top offensive tackles on the free agent market. Instead, he’s staying in Buffalo.”
Bringing back LB Matt Milano a game-changer for Bills
How Matt Milano re-signing with Bills changes Buffalo’s offseason — and future – The Athletic
“Milano seemed destined for the open market, likely with the best chance he’ll ever have at a maximized payday as the Bills braced for a potential $175 million salary cap,” writes Joe Buscaglia. (Subscription required).
‘I love Buffalo, I want to be in Buffalo’ | Matt Milano on his decision to stay with the Bills - BuffaloBills.com
Linebacker Matt Milano explains why he chose to stay with Buffalo instead of entering free agency.
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Where do the Bills go from here?
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Maiorana: My free agent roadmap for the Bills - Democrat & Chronicle
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Josh Allen’s presence helps Buffalo court free agents
Micah Hyde: Josh Allen's presence helps the Bills attract free agents - ProFootballTalk
“This isn’t the old Buffalo, this is the new Buffalo, this is the Josh Allen Buffalo,” Hyde said.
Winning culture + a franchise quarterback make Buffalo an attractive destination in free agency - BuffaloBills.com
NFL experts explain why the Bills are set up for success in free agency now that Josh Allen has established himself as a franchise quarterback.
Odds and ends
Bills defensive end Mario Addison agrees to pay cut | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com
“It’s a fair question to ask: How has Buffalo Bills General Manager Brandon Beane found space under the salary cap to re-sign linebacker Matt Milano and right tackle Daryl Williams?,” writes Jay Skurski.
Report: Patriots bringing back Cam Newton on one-year deal - WGR 550
According to Jim McBride of The Boston Globe, the Patriots will re-sign Newton to a one-year deal. ESPN’s Adam Schefter adds the deal is worth close to $14 million,” writes Ryan Hannable.
Reports: Quarterback Cam Newton to re-sign with New England Patriots | Buffalo Bills News | NFL | buffalonews.com
The deal is valued at nearly $14 million, according to ESPN.