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Buffalo Bills and G Connor McGovern agree to terms on three-year deal

The Bills have agreed to terms with a free agent at the guard spot on their offensive line.

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The Buffalo Bills and guard Connor McGovern have agreed to terms on a three-year, $23 million deal, per a source as reported in a tweet by Mike Garafolo of NFL Network.

Late on Monday evening, details of Connor McGovern’s contract with the Bills were revealed in a tweet by Doug Kyed. We now know that McGovern is set to earn $22.35 million over three years (with one void year), with an $8 million signing bonus, and $11 million in total guarantees. McGovern also gets a $1 million roster bonus in 2025. His cap hit in 2023 will be $4 million.

The Bills are swiftly working channels to improve their roster, despite a very tricky salary cap situation they must still navigate ahead of the 2023 NFL season.

McGovern will come to Orchard Park, NY by way of the Dallas Cowboys. The 6’5”, 308-pound 25-year-old guard brings starting experience to Buffalo’s offensive line as a former third-round pick in the 2019 NFL Draft. McGovern has appeared in 45 games during his career, with 29 starts to his credit. He saw a huge jump in starter’s reps during the 2022 season, where he started 15 games.

Interestingly, McGovern brings a bit of a versatile skill set to the offensive line. While in Dallas, he played snaps at fullback and tight end within offensive coordinator Kellen Moore’s system.