Bills Re-sign Marcus Easley to 4-Year Deal

Buffalo re-signed Marcus Easley on Thursday. The special teams standout will be with Buffalo for the next four seasons.

Marcus Easley has emerged as one of the best special teams players in the NFL. Today, the Buffalo Bills rewarded Easley by re-signing him to a four-year deal. The re-signing was first announced by Aaron Wilson.

The deal will pay Easley $7 million over four years. Field Yates of ESPN was the first to breakdown the contract.

Year Base Salary Roster Bonus Workout Bonus Cap Hit
2015 $825,000 N/A $100,000 $1,350,000
2016 $1,075,000 $250,000 $100,000 $1,850,000
2017 $1,100,000 $250,000 $100,000 $1,875,000
2018 $1,150,000 $250,000 $100,000 $1,925,000

In addition to his salary above, Easley received a signing bonus of $1.7 million. He also has incentives based upon making the Pro Bowl ($100,000) and playing time ($200,000).

Easley led the Bills in special teams tackles in 2014, despite missing six games with a knee injury. This season, Easley was named to Pro Football Focus' All-Pro Special Teams list as a gunner.

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