Bills To Re-Sign CB Levi Wallace

Levi Wallace is sticking around Buffalo after all. The Bills announced that they’ve agreed to terms with the cornerback on a one-year deal.

It was a bit of a surprise when the Bills non-tendered the 25-year-old earlier this week. After all, Wallace had started 28 games for Buffalo over the past two seasons, including a 2020 campaign where he finished with 48 tackles, eight passes defended, and two interceptions. Wallace also started each of Buffalo’s three playoff games, collecting 12 tackles, one sack, and one forced fumble.

Despite being non-tendered, Wallace wanted to stay in Buffalo. The young corner did not consider any outside interest, according to’s Mike Garafolo (on Twitter).

In total, Wallace has started each of his 35 career games, compiling 161 tackles, 20 passes defended, and four interceptions.

While the Bills have been busy adding players on the offensive side of the ball, they’ve mostly focused on retaining their defensive free agents. Specifically, the team re-signed linebacker Matt Milano to a four-year deal earlier this week.

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