June 17, 2024

Reports: Curtis Samuel disagree with the 3-year deal Buffalo Bills board demands…

Multiple media reports state that on Thursday, former Washington Commanders wide receiver Curtis Samuel signed to a three-year contract with the Buffalo Bills.

Up to $30 million, including the guaranteed $15 million, might be the total value of the contract. Samuel is probably going to take over for wide receiver Gabe Davis, who signed a free agent contract with the Jacksonville Jaguars on Wednesday, leaving the Bills. Stefon Diggs, a great wide receiver for Buffalo, will partner with Samuel.

The last three seasons, Samuel, 27, was a player with the Washington Commanders. He is a threat in the running game, having scored seven touchdowns in his career. In 16 games last season, he had 62 receptions for 613 yards and four scores.

After being selected by the Carolina Panthers with the 40th overall choice in the second round of the 2017 draft, Samuel played his first four seasons in Carolina before agreeing to a three-year contract with Washington following the 2020 campaign. In 91 games played, Samuel has 317 receptions for 3,383 yards and 22 touchdowns. On 121 carries, he also has 715 rushing yards.

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