Richie Incognito has delivered three straight Pro Bowl seasons since landing in Buffalo following a controversial period. And he’s agreed to rework his contract to stay with the Bills.
The Bills and the four-time Pro Bowl guard have come to an agreement on an amended deal, Mike Garafolo of NFL.com tweets. Incognito is entering the final season of his second Bills contract.
This will be Incognito’s age-35 season and 12th NFL campaign. He was slated to earn $6.325MM in base salary this season and represent $7.575MM of the Bills’ cap. The Bills reside on the higher end of the cap-space hierarchy at present, and this figures to bolster the situation further.
Grading out as the No. 12 guard last season, per Pro Football Focus, Incognito anchored another Bills line. Buffalo will have new starters at center and left tackle after Eric Wood‘s retirement and the Cordy Glenn trade, but they won’t have to worry about replacing Incognito just yet.
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