The Buffalo Bills and Mitch Morse are a match that’s going to continue into the future.
Morse, who restructured his contract with the team last offseason, has helped out again.
He signed a two-year extension which helps himself out, while also doing the Bills a solid. His salary cap hit will now drop by approximately $2.25 million in 2022, according to The Athletic.
Clearly Morse, 29, has some emotion invested into the Bills if he’s willing to help out like that multiple times and he revealed them after signing his extension.
Now signed through the 2024 season, Morse has longer-term plans with Buffalo. He wants more than just that extension, he wants to finish off things with the Bills and hang ’em up with the team.
“For me personally, I’d love to retire in a Buffalo Bills uniform,” Morse said via video conference. “And this gave me an opportunity to continue playing. I think both sides mutually came to a point where they were happy with the deal.”
Morse also went on to explain how there’s a “contagious” feeling in the Bills locker room about wanting to stay in Buffalo–and Morse even admitted his feelings have since changed from what he originally thought about the team.
Check out that reply via WKBW-TV below:
— Matthew Bové (@Matt_Bove) March 14, 2022