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Bills sign All-Pro Tre’Davious White to a four-year extension

General manager Brandon Beane said back in March that at the right time a deal will be struck on a new contract for Tre’Davious White. That time is apparently now.

Buffalo and the All-Pro cornerback reached an agreement on a four-year contract extension locking up the lockdown coverman through 2025.

To say that White earned a significant second contract would be an understatement. From the time he secured a starting job in his rookie season with the Bills and had a major impact in Buffalo victories in 2017 (See: Atlanta, Tampa Bay, Kansas City) to making his first Pro Bowl, being named All-Pro and tying for the league lead in interceptions and not surrendering a touchdown this past season, White has done it all in his young career.

In his 47 career games played, White has 43 pass breakups, 12 interceptions and three forced fumbles.

When asked about the prospect of signing a long-term deal last month, White, like Beane, said it would happen when everything lined up.

“Whenever the time is right and whenever the numbers are right or when I feel comfortable with where it’s at for what I feel that I’m worth, then that’s when it’s going to be,” he said. “I’m not negotiating out of desperation because I’m good at managing my money. I’m good at doing the things that I need to do to be responsible with my finances so I’m not hurting for money. I know what I’m worth.”

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