Bills Re-sign Jarius Wynn to 2-Year Contract

Jarius Wynn played well as a reserve defensive end for the Bills in 2014. This season, Wynn would win a job as a starting defensive end in Rex Ryan's defense.

Marcus Easley isn't the only Buffalo Bills player who re-signed on Thursday. Jarius Wynn, a reserve on the team's defensive line in 2014, will be returning for two seasons. Wynn's two-year deal is for $2.2 million dollars. Here is a breakdown of Wynn's deal according to Field Yates of ESPN.

Year Base Salary Cap Hit
2015 $950,000 $1,075,000
2016 $1,000,000 $1,125,000

Wynn also received a signing bonus of $250,000. Last season, Wynn was a backup defensive end for the Bills. Wynn finished the 2014 season with 17 tackles and two sacks in 11 games.

In 2015, Wynn will have the opportunity to win a starting job as a defensive end in Rex Ryan's 3-4 alignment.

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