Bills re-sign starting right tackle Jordan Mills

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Jordan Mills, who started all 16 games at right tackle for the Bills last year, won’t be getting away.

After a couple days to test free agency, Mills has re-signed in Buffalo. A league source tells PFT it’s a two-year, $4 million deal.

A fifth-round pick of the Bears in 2013, Mills started all 16 games as a rookie but was cut by the Bears in 2015 and bounced around the league with the Cowboys and Lions before landing in Buffalo. With the Bills he has re-found his footing and become a starter again.

Mills will enter training camp as the favorite to start at right tackle again this season.

4 responses to “Bills re-sign starting right tackle Jordan Mills

  1. The man named after a mall.

    I watched him a lot when he was with the Bears. He was the least bad player on some horrific Bears O-Lines, which doesn’t mean he was good… just that he sucked less than the rest.

    I’m surprised he still is drawing a paycheck in the league but he always seemed like a good guy so good for him.

  2. The picture shows this guy’s issue, too much allowed between him & another player…just kidding. Goodluck Bills.

  3. Mills was the 64th worst OT in the NFL last season.
    Fortunately for him the other Bills OTs, Kouandjio and Henderson, have more problems, than Mills, so Mills goes to the bank purely because of circumstance.
    Another year of no playoffs for the Bills.
    Why am I still a fan of this team?

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