Bills agree to terms with Evan Boehm

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The Bills have agreed to terms with center Evan Boehm. Boehm posted the news on social media Tuesday night.

“So pumped for this next coming season,” Boehm wrote. “Heading to Buffalo to be a part of a great team and great organization! Can’t wait to get to up there and get to work.”

Boehm, 26, started eight games for the Dolphins last season. He saw action on 594 offensive snaps and 45 on special teams.

Boehm also has played for the Cardinals and Colts and spent time on the Rams’ practice squad.

The Cardinals made him a fourth-round pick in 2016. He started nine games at right guard in two seasons before the Colts signed him in 2018.

Boehm started four games for Indianapolis at center.

2 responses to “Bills agree to terms with Evan Boehm

  1. This is a really good move. Boehm is a great backup, exactly the kind of under the radar signing that helps good teams stay good when they lose an important piece. Boehm played much better than expected with the Colts when they had their offensive line renaissance in Luck’s last season (the second half of it, anyway).

    No, this is isn’t the kind of star signing that puts a team over the top by itself, but it’s a step in the right direction in building a solid foundation that can withstand some unforeseen injuries or poor play from a starter. Good insurance, really.

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