Report: Emmanuel Sanders agrees to one-year deal with Bills

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It’s now a done deal.

Shortly after a report surfaced that Emmanuel Sanders was set to join the Bills comes another report that Sanders has agreed to terms.

Sanders will sign a one-year contract with the Bills, Tom Pelissero of NFL Media reports.

The Saints announced they are releasing Sanders but haven’t officially done so yet. That is expected to happen Wednesday and Sanders is scheduled to fly to Buffalo on Thursday to take a physical and finalize the deal, according to Pelissero.

Sanders, who turns 34 on Wednesday, played 14 games for the Saints in 2020 and finished with 61 catches for 726 yards and five touchdowns.

In 11 seasons, Sanders has 662 receptions for 8,619 yards and 47 touchdowns.

5 responses to “Report: Emmanuel Sanders agrees to one-year deal with Bills

  1. Thought they would bring in someone younger. Oh, well. That’s what the draft is for I guess.

  2. This is where Dallas could have signed Sanders for a year, great slot guy, and traded Gallup who will be a free agent next year, will command a lot of money, and get some draft picks for him.

  3. For 6 million dollars? They could have kept McKenzie for less, and all he does is stay healthy and produce whenever he is on the field.

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