The Buffalo Bills and tight end Dawson Knox have agreed on a four-year, $53.6 million contract extension that will keep one of quarterback Josh Allen’s favorite targets in the fold moving forward, according to ESPN’s Alaina Getzenberg.
The Bills officially announced the deal on Wendesday.
According to ESPN’s Adan Schefter, the deal is for $53.6 million and includes $31 million guaranteed and makes Knox one of the highest paid tight ends in the league. Knox was scheduled to hit free agency following the 2022 season.
Knox set career highs last season with 49 catches for 587 yards, and 9 touchdowns last season for the Bills.