BUFFALO, N.Y. — Brandon Beane continues to navigate the restricted NFL salary cap with skill.
After re-signing his top free agents this offseason, the Bills' general manager was still able to make his long snapper Reid Ferguson the league's highest-paid player at that position. Buffalo re-signed him to a three-year extension through 2024, with a $675,000 signing bonus, reported by NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
The 27-year-old Ferguson has been with Buffalo for four seasons and has not missed a game with the Bills.
He was Louisiana State University's long snapper in college, from 2012 to 2015, in 51 games for the Tigers, with only one bad snap: his first as a true freshman.