Tight end Scott Chandler became the first Bills tight end to post back-to-back years with more than 500 receiving yards in 2013 and he’ll have a chance to be the first to do it three times in 2014.
The Bills announced that they have re-signed Chandler and he might get a chance to go for four in 2015 as Tim Graham of the Buffalo News reports that it is a two-year deal. Chandler set career highs last season with 53 catches and 655 yards while scoring two touchdowns.
Chandler’s production was welcome on a Bills offense that was forced to shuffle quarterbacks during the season because of injuries. It also came after an injury of Chandler’s own as he tore his ACL late in the 2012 season, but came back to play in every game last year.
The Bills also re-signed kicker Dan Carpenter this week and they have signed linebacker Keith Rivers, guard Chris Williams and cornerback Corey Graham as free agents.