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Bills agree to terms with DE A.J. Epenesa on two-year deal

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The Bills are set to bring back one of their key members of the defensive line. Buffalo announced it has agreed to terms with DE A.J. Epenesa on a two-year deal.

Epenesa, a second-round pick in 2020, had his best season as a pro in 2023 where he tied his career-high in sacks (6.5) and set career-highs in tackles (20), passes defended (8) and INTs (2).

In Buffalo's Week 3 win over Washington, Epenesa became the first Bills defensive lineman since 2009 to record a pick-six. He recorded his second INT of the season in the team's 20-17 win at Kansas City in Week 14.

Since getting drafted by the Bills, Epenesa has appeared in 58 games. He has totaled 61 tackles, 15.5 sacks, 15 passes defended and 2 INTs.

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