Stefon Diggs and Bills Agree to $104 Million Extension

The Buffalo Bills and Stefon Diggs have agreed to a four-year, $104 million contract extension, according to multiple reports. The new deal will keep the All-Pro wide receiver with Buffalo for the next six seasons.

Diggs has been one of the top wide receivers over the last two seasons with Josh Allen.  His stats include 230 receptions, 2,760 yards, 18 touchdowns, two NFL Pro Bowl selections and he was named first-team All-Pro in 2020.

The deal includes $70 million guaranteed. Wide receivers have been making headlines this offseason. Diggs' extension comes after both Tyreek Hill ($72.2 million guaranteed) and Davante Adams ($65 million guaranteed) signed lucrative contracts.

The Bills are building off the momentum of recent success. Last season Buffalo made it to the Divisional Round of the NFL Playoffs before ultimately losing to the Kansas City Chiefs in an overtime thriller. 

Buffalo is cementing itself as one of the teams to beat in the AFC. The Bills have been busy this offseason. To play along with Diggs and Josh Allen, Buffalo signed tight end O.J. Howard. They also made headlines when they signed two-time Super Bowl edge rusher Von Miller.

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