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Richie Incognito admitted that he took a discount to remain in Buffalo.

Incognito agreed to re-sign with the Bills for about $5M on average.

Richie Incognito wanted to remain a member of the Buffalo Bills, even if it meant taking a discount. The team's left guard admitted as much in a conference call with Buffalo media.


Incognito will make $15.75 million over three seasons with the Bills. A shade over $5 million on average is a great deal for a guard coming off of a Pro Bowl season.

On the open market, Incognito certainly would have made more money but the guard told John Murphy that you "couldn't put a price tag on being happy." Incognito told the media that he received interest from six or seven teams across the league, but added that his goal was "to come back to Buffalo."

Losing Incognito would have created a large void on Buffalo's offensive line. Despite his age, 32, Incognito played the best football of his career in 2015 and is worth every penny of his new deal with the team. Now, Incognito can spend the final three seasons of his career with the team that gave him his second chance. 


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