Very big buffalo blow. According to NFL Media, Von Miller is joining the Bills for 6 seasons and a whopping $120 million. A capital contract for a 32-year-old player. A time touted as close to a return to Denver, the pass rusher joins another title contender and bolsters an already No. 1 defense in all categories in 2021.
Arrived at the Rams during the season, Miller achieved an accomplished half season with in particular a high-level playoff campaign with in particular 4 sacks including 2 in the Super Bowl. Already rich with former 1st round Greg Rousseau and AJ Epenesa and Carlos Basham, Buffalo’s rusher pass changes dimension with the arrival of the multiple All Pro.
OJ Howard also arrives
In their tracks, the Bills record the arrival of former 1st round OJ Howard. The tight end joins the team for one season and $3.5 million. Drafted by the Buccaneers in 2017, the 27-year-old spent 5 years in Tampa, catching 119 balls for 1,737 yards and 15 touchdowns. He will form a seductive duo with Dawson Knox.
—Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 16, 2022