Buffalo Bills Sign Von Miller to Massive 6-Year Contract

In quite the plot twist, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter free-agent Von Miller has signed a six-year contract with the Buffalo Bills for $120 million. Miller gears up to join Bills Mafia as Buffalo is loading up on talent for what is expected to be another Super Bowl type roster. The edge rusher had significant interest from other teams including the Dallas Cowboys, Cleveland Browns, and the Super Bowl champion Los Angeles Rams.


The Bills defense is becoming absolute scary on paper and with the recent high draft picks of Gregory Rousseau, A.J Epenesa and Boogie Basham, it's obvious where Buffalo's priorities are laying. They want to pressure the quarterback and should have no problem accomplishing that with their personnel. The back-to-back AFC East champs are becoming more balanced by the minute as they continue to make moves. The team has also signed tight end O.J Howard to a one-year contract. He spent the last five seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers and lost his starting job once they signed Rob Gronkowski.

As for Miller, his resume speaks for itself and he becomes an instant leader and fan favorite. A great personality, there's none better at connecting to the crowd and look for Bills Mafia to open their hearts. He showed us all he can still get it done with two sacks in the Super Bowl. Now let's see if he can help Josh Allen and company punch their own tickets.

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