The Buffalo Bills and linebacker Matt Milano agreed to a two-year contract extension on Sunday that will keep him in Orchard Park until at least 2026, the team announced.
Milano, 28, turned in another impressive season with the Bills in 2022, earning First-team All-Pro honors and making the NFL Pro Bowl as a first alternate. He led the Bills with 12 tackles for a loss and finished second on the team in total tackles.
Buffalo selected Milano in the fifth round of the 2017 NFL Draft. Since making his debut, Milano has the most tackles for a loss (57) by a Bill during that span and the third-most tackles (458).
The Bills created approximately $6 million of cap space this offseason by extending Milano, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
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