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Buffalo Bills, All-Pro LB Matt Milano agree to terms on contract extension

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The Buffalo Bills and LB Matt Milano have agreed to terms on a two-year contract extension through the 2026 season, the team announced Sunday.

Milano, a 28-year old linebacker, turned in another impressive season with the Bills in 2022, earning First-team All-Pro honors and making the NFL Pro Bowl as a first alternate. He led the Bills with 12 tackles for a loss and finished second on the team in total tackles.

Milano was also responsible for Buffalo's lone defensive TD of the season as he recorded a pick-six in the team's home opener against the Titans in Week 2. In the Week 11 win over the Browns, Milano was named the AFC Defensive Player of the Week after becoming the first player since 2015 with 10+ tackles, three TFL, one sack and a fumble recovery.

The linebacker's standout play this past season continues what's been a strong career with the Bills since getting picked in the fifth-round of the 2017 NFL Draft by Buffalo. Milano has the most tackles for a loss (57) by a Bill during that span and the third-most tackles (458). 

2023 will mark Milano's seventh season in Buffalo.

Scroll to view the best fan photos from the 2022 season as chosen by Bills Team Photographers Bill Wippert, Ben Green, and Craig Melvin.

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