Buffalo Bills’ highly regarded offensive line from 2019 is returning in full for 2020 after the team resigned veteran offensive lineman Quinton Spain to a new deal. According to ESPN, Spain inked a three-year extension that will keep him with the organization through 2020.
NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport reports that Spain’s new contract is worth $15 million overall. The 28-year-old played 2019 on a deal that paid him $1.75 million in base salary.
Spain played and started all 16 games last season, being on the field for 1,063 snaps. He didn’t allow any sacks during that time.
Quinton Spain played the first four years with Tennessee Titans, who signed him as an undrafted free agent in 2015. Spain then signed with the Bills ahead of 2019 season and ended up playing a key part in the stabilization of Bills offensive line, which also consists out of right tackle Cody Ford, center Mitch Morse, right guard Jon Feliciano and left tackle Dion Dawkins.
As part of their offseason activities, Bills also restructured tight end Tyler Kroft’s contract. The final year of Kroft’s was voided, and he will now be playing for $4 million in 2020, before becoming a free agent.