Scott Chandler stays with the Bills

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The Buffalo Bills will keep tight end Scott Chandler for at least a couple more years.

Chandler has signed a two-year extension, agent Rick Smith confirmed on Twitter.

A fourth-round pick of the Chargers in 2007, the 26-year-old Chandler bounced around the league for four years in very limited roles with the Chargers, Cowboys and Giants before emerging with the Bills last season. He played in 14 games, starting nine of them, and caught 38 passes for 389 yards and six touchdowns.

7 responses to “Scott Chandler stays with the Bills

  1. They should take a look at Martellus Bennet, could be alot of untapped potential there. I mean, Chandler came from the cowboys practice squad and put up 6 TD’s, maybe the same from Bennett. The Bills are doing everything right in my opinion, keeping the guys who put up good numbers, even if as a whole they wern’t the greatest. Chans offense is all about chemistry, Fitz obviously has good chemistry with these guys by the numbers they put up. Also, now you have the option to upgrade, and not replace. The best teams in the NFL win because of their depth, the Bills are finally starting to get some.

  2. Martellus Bennett has been taking up way too much space. I’m not sayin’ this because of being a Steelers fan. He hasn’t produced to the level his talent had been said to be. I love the fact that Jerry Jones keeps driving the team into the ground with his personnel decisions. But if I was GM, Bennett would’ve been long gone

  3. rabidbillsfan

    Good post. I think the Bills are on the right track.
    Great move by Nix, Chandler and Fitzpatrick have chemistry.

  4. I am amazed (as a fellow Bills fan), that this story has been up for 10 hours and not one derogatory comment, no mention of snow, or chicken wings, or how boring Buffalo is! I realize 90% of the league does not know who Scott Chandler is but still…nice to see.

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