The Buffalo Bills signed head coach Sean McDermott and general manager Brandon Beane to contract extensions through 2027, the team announced Friday.
McDermott took over as the Bills’ head coach ahead of the 2017 season after spending 2011-16 as the Carolina Panthers defensive coordinator. The 49-year-old owns a 62-35 record in the regular season and a 4-5 mark in the playoffs. Buffalo has won three consecutive AFC East titles.
Beane also joined the Bills in 2017 from Carolina. He had been a member of the Panthers’ personnel department from 1998-2016. The 46-year-old drafted Josh Allen, Ed Oliver, and Gregory Rousseau in his time as GM. He also traded for superstar wide receiver Stefon Diggs, brought in Von Miller, and re-signed safety Jordan Poyer, among several other moves.
Buffalo now has its head coach and general manager signed through 2027 and its quarterback Allen under contract through 2028.