The Buffalo Bills made two priorities of the offseason known: to get both left tackle Cordy Glenn and left guard Richie Incognito under contract for the 2016 season at least. After getting Glenn signed to his franchise tag, the rest of the plan became a reality on Tuesday afternoon.
According to the Bills, and the player himself, Richie Incognito has signed a brand new contract with the Bills.
Who's ready for 3 more years of DOMINATION in Buffalo!!!! @buffalobills
— Richie Incognito (@68INCOGNITO) March 8, 2016
Multiple reports say that the three-year deal is worth a total of $15.75 million, and will keep 80-percent of last year's starting offensive line in tact for 2016. Incognito, 32, spent his first season with the Bills in 2015 after spending a year-and-a-half away from football following the bullying scandal in Miami.
Incognito was highly productive and consistently one of the best performers on the team during the 2015 season. His play warranted a spot in the Pro Bowl as an alternate, and he participated in this year's version of the game the weekend before the Super Bowl.
Incognito will turn 33 years old this summer. More details to come as they become available.