Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills have agreed to a six-year, $258 million contract deal.

Josh Allen and the Buffalo Bills have agreed to a six-year contract extension that will keep him with the team until 2028, according to the team’s announcement on Friday.

According to NFL Network Insider Ian Rapoport, who claimed on Inside Training Camp Live that the overall value of the agreement is $258 million, it will average $43 million per year, with more than half of the money guaranteed. Allen received a total guarantee of $150 million and a complete guarantee of $100 million upon signing, both of which are the largest in NFL history.

Allen’s new blockbuster contract was later announced by the Bills.

“Josh has been all we could ask for and more, and we believe the best is yet to come,” Bills general manager Brandon Beane said during a news conference on Friday evening.

During his own press conference, Allen expressed his thanks for the deal and the view that comes with it.

“Being in this location right now is weird. I’m really grateful that we were able to complete it, “he stated. “Now we can concentrate on earning it and ensuring that they understand that I am aware that they did not compensate me for my efforts. They did this because they expected me to keep doing what I’m doing and win some titles for this team.

“We have a lot of work ahead of us. I understand, and I’m just looking forward to putting this behind me and focusing on football.


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