The Buffalo Bills signed wide receiver Stefon Diggs to a four-year, $104 million contract extension.
The deal includes $70 million guaranteed and keeps Diggs as a member of the Bills for the next six seasons.
This is a solid award for the two-time Pro-Bowler, who works hard at his craft as a top valued receiver.
In Diggs’ two seasons spent with Buffalo, he’s caught 230 receptions for 2,760 yards and 18 touchdowns on 330 targets from QB Josh Allen.
Keeping Diggs allows Buffalo to keep their passing attack, and help them remain atop of the AFC East as they have the last two seasons.
With another year under Allen’s belt, the Bills will certainly aim for a Super Bowl run after retaining Diggs.
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