After the 2019 season reached a conclusion for Quinton Spain in Buffalo, the Bills starting left guard had his mind made up.
On locker clean out day, Spain said, "I really want to be here," as he prepared for the prospect of being a free agent.
Fortunately for Spain and the Bills the two sides were able to agree to terms on a three-year contract that will keep the stout guard in Buffalo for 2020 and beyond.
Spain, who will turn 29 later this summer, signed a one-year contract last offseason to compete for a starting role on Buffalo's revamped offensive line. He ultimately earned the starting left guard role and went on to start all 16 games for the Bills last season.
After agreeing to terms, Spain tweeted that he's, "happy to come back to finish what we started."
Spain's return gives the Bills offensive staff the opportunity to reassemble last year's line exactly as it was put together in 2019. However, Buffalo could make other additions in free agency and the draft which would create new position competitions and the potential for a new starting front five in 2020.