Having grown up in Orchard Park, I have been a lifelong Bills fan. After getting the chance to pursue educational opportunities on the business side, I now enjoy the dollars and cents of football as much as the action on the field.
With full details regarding yearly payouts and bonuses, we can now take a look at the annual cash and cap breakdowns of Tyrod Taylor's long-term contract extension.
The Buffalo Bills scored a huge victory on Friday afternoon. If he plays well, Tyrod Taylor will be the Buffalo Bills quarterback for at least the next six years thanks to a five-year extension signed today.
As WGR's Sal Capaccio reported yesterday regarding a very creative, option-type contract for Buffalo Bills' quarterback Tyrod Taylor, let's take a further look at the benefits and potential issues that could arise from such a unique contract.
With reports of continuing conversations and now optimism, it seems possible the Buffalo Bills' starting quarterback may be getting a contract extension soon, let's take a look at two different potential structures and projections.
Free agent deals for Janoris Jenkins and Josh Norman this offseason may have bumped up Gilmore's price tag
The Bills have given out a lot of large, front-loaded contracts in recent years. Are they trying to build an image?
Contracts signed by Brock Osweiler, Kelechi Osemele, and Janoris Jenkins this week could drive up the prices of Tyrod Taylor, Cordy Glenn, and Stephon Gilmore, respectively, for the Buffalo Bills.
The Buffalo Bills are close to the 2016 salary cap. Some might say they have the "worst" cap situation in the league. Let's take a look at how a monster contract extension for cornerback Stephon Gilmore can cut his 2016 salary cap figure in half.
Current and former NFL executives criticized the Bills' cap situation this week. Are the Bills truly heading towards cap jail, as seems to be the opinion of some league execs, or can the situation be handled?