Buffalo Bills Re-Sign 8-Year Veteran Safety

The Buffalo Bills have made a notable move by re-signing safety Dean Marlowe to a one-year contract, according to multiple reports.

Marlowe, who previously played for the team in three separate stints, brings eight years of valuable experience to the table.

Last season, he joined the Bills through a trade with the Atlanta Falcons and played a combined total of 12 games for both teams.

Despite missing the first eight weeks of the 2022 season, Marlowe showcased his worth on special teams and proved his mettle when called upon in Week 17 due to Damar Hamlin's medical issues.

In fact, he even started the final regular season game and both playoff matchups for the Bills.

During his time on the field, Marlowe contributed significantly, recording 14 tackles, with 10 of them being solo tackles. Now 30 years old, Marlowe is expected to compete for a depth role in the Bills secondary as the team heads into the 2023 season.

His re-signing provides the team with valuable support and adds depth to the roster, further solidifying the secondary unit. With Marlowe's experience and versatility, the Bills can rely on his presence and contributions throughout the upcoming season. Photo Credit: JAMIE GERMANO / USA TODAY NETWORK