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Jordan Mills signs restricted free agent tender from Buffalo Bills

Mills will make $1.67M in 2016, and will compete for the starting right tackle job

Buffalo Bills restricted free agent right tackle Jordan Mills has signed his $1.67 million tender offer, according to a report from Rand Getlin of NFL Network.

Mills was one of three restricted free agents that the Bills tendered before the 2016 league year began on March 9. Chris Hogan left for the New England Patriots on a three-year, $12 million deal, while defensive lineman Corbin Bryant has yet to sign his tender.

Added to the roster prior to Week 7 last year after injuries piled up at right tackle, Mills quickly made his way into the playing rotation, and then started the final five games of the season after Seantrel Henderson (illness) landed on Injured Reserve. Along with Henderson and Cyrus Kouandjio, Mills is expected to compete for the Bills' starting right tackle job this summer at St. John Fisher.

The Bills have not yet confirmed the re-signing of Mills.