Two-Time Super Bowl Champion cut off  his salary for Bills blockbuster trade…

Buffalo Bills have signed safety Mike Edwards to a one-year contract after cutting off his pay

On new KC Chiefs former Tampa Bay Bucs safety Mike Edwards | Kansas City  Star


The Buffalo Bills have signed safety Mike Edwards to a one-year contract, the team announced Wednesday. Edwards, 27, spent the 2023 season with the Kansas City Chiefs. The veteran safety appeared in all 17 games and started five of them, recording 51 total tackles, five passes defended and one interception. He also recovered two fumbles, one of which he ran back for a 97-yard touchdown.

Before that, Edwards spent the first four seasons of his career with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers, who selected him in the third round of the 2019 NFL Draft. His best season with the Buccaneers came in 2022, when he started 12 of the 13 games he appeared in while recording 82 total tackles and two interceptions. Edwards also has two Super Bowls to his name, winning Super Bowl LV with Tampa Bay and Super Bowl LVIII with Kansas City.

The Cincinnati native seems to bring good luck to his teams, and with the Bills looking to finally get over the hump, they’re hopeful Edwards can work his magic once again.

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Despite the renewed interest in Stefon Diggs and his future with the Buffalo Bills after another cryptic tweet sparked controversy, an insider revealed that All-Pro wide receiver isn’t going anywhere.

Diggs, who created drama last offseason with a series of social media posts that hinted at discontent, drew more attention last week with another cryptic remark about his future. The Bills receiver shared a post on X last week that stated “Ready for watever,” which left some fans wondering whether that could mean a departure from Buffalo.

But ESPN’s Dan Graziano said that is not the case and relayed the overwhelming belief from insiders that Diggs will be back with the team in 2024.

by his post and that he will not be leaving the Bills.

Appearing on SportsCenter on March 18, Graziano said insiders around the NFL believe that Diggs meant nothing serious by his post and that he will not be leaving the Bills.

“Calling around about this to people close to the situation, most of what I got back was, ‘This is Stefon Diggs, he does this a lot and ultimately they’ve been able to patch it up every time with Buffalo,’” Graziano said, via Bleacher Report. “As of now my expectation is that he’s on this year’s Bills.”

As Bleacher Report noted, Diggs is under contract with the Bills through the 2027 season and set to make $18.5 million next season. The team, which entered the offseason with a tight salary cap situation, would take on a significant chunk of dead cap if they were to trade or release Diggs.

Diggs himself has fed into some of the uncertainty around his status with the team, telling reporters after the conclusion of last season that his future with the Bills was out of his hands.

“I don’t know,” Diggs said when a reporter asked if he will be with the Bills next season. “I feel like as far as with the money and all that type of stuff, I can’t control none of that. It’s a long offseason in front of me. As far as what the future holds, I don’t have any surprises for you right now.”

At the same time, Diggs has done his part to quell any speculation that he is unhappy in Buffalo. Speaking to reporter Kay Adams on “Up & Adams” on February 8, Diggs said he’s made it clear that he wants to finish out his career with the Bills.

“Yeah, I mean I told (the media) interview after interview I wanted to retire a Bill,” Diggs said.

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