Bills, Richie Incognito agree to three-year contract extension
The Buffalo Bills reached a three-year, $15 million extension with guard Richie Incognito, the team announced Tuesday.
Incognito, 32, played in all 16 games for the Bills last season, his first with the team. He previously spent four seasons with the Miami Dolphins and two with the St. Louis Rams.
“It was a major point of emphasis this off-season because you love to have those big uglies up there for continuity sake and the longer you can keep them together the better they are going to be,” Bills general manager Doug Whaley said of the extension. “And again Jim Overdorf has done wonders with always having cap space and money available for us to get the most important people done.”
Incognito has twice been selected to the Pro Bowl, including last season.
He is a former third round pick of the Rams in the 2005 draft out of Nebraska.