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Richie Incognito re-signs with Buffalo Bills on three-year, $15.75M deal

The Buffalo Bills will have left guard Richie Incognito back in his post in 2016, having agreed to terms with the Pro Bowl player on a three-year deal on Tuesday.

After several days of negative press surrounding the situation, a long-expected outcome has occurred between the Buffalo Bills and free agent guard Richie Incognito: he's re-signing with the Bills.

Tyler Dunne of The Buffalo News broke the news first.

Incognito himself revealed that it's a three-year deal, and Ian Rapoport of NFL Network followed up by saying that the full value of the deal is $15 million. Dunne has the deal a bit higher at $15.75 million.

Incognito, who will turn 33 years old this summer, is coming off of an excellent 2015 season in which he re-established himself as one of the better guards in football, while also landing a spot in the Pro Bowl. He'll return to Buffalo's starting lineup next season playing between franchise-tagged (for now) left tackle Cordy Glenn and his fellow Pro Bowl rep, center Eric Wood.