Report: Buffalo Bills Make a Key Re-Signing on Wednesday
The Buffalo Bills will look different next season. They have already made quite a few moves on both sides of the ball, especially on offense.
The Bills have added the liked of Deonte Harty (WR), Trent Sherfield (WR), Damien Harris (RB), Connor McGovern (OL) and David Edwards (OL).
On defense, the Bills have lost Tremaine Edmunds (LB) and Jaquan Johnson (S), while making a surprising signing with safety Taylor Rapp; considering they also re-signed Jordan Poyer.
The Bills have a few free agents who have yet to sign with a new team, but on Wednesday afternoon, they re-signed one of them back to the team for 2023.
The Bills have brought back defensive tackle Jordan Phillips on a one-year contract worth $3 million, according to Ari Meirov.
Phillips was drafted by the Miami Dolphins in 2015 but signed with the Bills in 2018. After leaving in 2020, Phillips was brought back in 2022 on a one-year deal and now comes back for one more season in Buffalo.
Phillips loves playing in Buffalo and he's still a very effective defensive tackle, who can penetrate on passing downs. His problem has been staying healthy, which he failed to do in 2022.
The Bills could still decide to bring back Shaq Lawson, who also signed back with the Bills last spring. They don't have much cap space remaining, so unless it's a trade, they're likely finished signing free agents until the NFL Draft.
Do you like that Phillips was brought back to the Bills roster?