The Buffalo Bills have signed tight end Dawson Knox to a four-year contract extension that ties him to Buffalo through the 2026 season, the team announced Wednesday.
The contract is worth $53.6 million with over $31 million guaranteed, according to NFL Network’s Mike Garafola.
This comes days after Knox told reporters, “I love the people in Buffalo, hopefully, I’ll be here a long time.”
Knox, who turns 26 in November, is coming off a breakout season in 2021 when he posted career highs across the board in receptions (49), receiving yards (583), and touchdowns (9). His nine touchdowns set a single-season record for a Bills tight end and ranked second on the team to Stefon Diggs (10).
Buffalo drafted Knox in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft.
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