NFL: Report: Bills re-signing P Sam Martin to 3-year deal


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The Buffalo Bills have reached agreement on a new three-year deal with punter Sam Martin, NFL Network reported Monday.

The deal is worth $7.5 million, with $4.115 million in guarantees, per the report.

Martin, 33, averaged 47.7 yards per punt last season for the Bills, the second-highest mark of his career. He has a career average of 46.2 yards with the Detroit Lions (2013-19), Denver Broncos (2020-21) and Buffalo Bills.

–Field Level Media


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