Bills sign fullback Reggie Gilliam to a contract extension

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The Bills have retained another key piece to the offense.

Fullback Reggie Gilliam signed a two-year extension on Sunday and is now under contract with Buffalo through the 2024 season.

Gilliam played in all 16 games making five starts in 2021 – both career highs. He's played a total of 30 games (plus five playoff games) in Buffalo since he was signed as an undrafted free agent in 2020.

He also makes an impact on special teams and played 315 snaps on the unit in 2021 – the second highest total on the team behind only Tyler Matakevich.

Gilliam, 24, played his college football at Toledo and is a native of Galloway, OH.

Bills hosted Return of Blue & Red practice on Friday, Aug. 5 at Highmark Stadium.

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