On Thursday the Bills brought back their second unrestricted free agent back with a new contract for special teams ace Marcus Easley. On Saturday DE Jarius Wynn became the third Bills unrestricted free agent to re-up with the club, agreeing to terms on a new multi-year deal in Buffalo.
Wynn, 27, who was originally signed as a free agent by the Bills last April, appeared in 11 games for Buffalo in 2014 logging 18 tackles, 2.5 sacks and five quarterback hits. He too missed time last year due to a knee injury missing five games, but was a reliable rotational defensive end on Buffalo's defense.
The seven-year veteran began his career with Green Bay before playing for four other NFL clubs in three years. His 2015 season with Buffalo will mark his second season with the same team for the first time since 2010.