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Details of Ryan Fitzpatrick's contract extension are in, and as advertised, it makes him the 16th-highest paid starting QB in the league, with an average salary of $9.83 million a year. Fitzpatrick got a $10 million signing bonus this year. He gets a $5 million option bonus in March. His base salaries are $2.8 million next year, $4.25 million in 2013, $4.35 million in 2014, $7.2 million in 2015, $8.75 million in 2016 and $9.4 million in 2017. He gets $3 million roster bonuses in 2013 and 2014.
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Just in case the Buffalo Bills are regretting the decision to give quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick a six-year, $59 million deal they can walk away from nearly $49 million of it after the end of this season. According to Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk , p er a league source, the Bills could trade or cut Fitzpatrick before the seventh day of the 2012 league year and owe him nothing...
Quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick said the last three games have been very humbling and didn’t deny that blowout losses can chip away at a team’s confidence.
When asked specifically if the team’s confidence has been affected by the lopsided games Fitz said the following.
“It’s definitely been drained a little bit the last few weeks, especially the way that we’ve lost and falling...
As Chris Berman always says, no one circles the wagons like the Buffalo Bills.
Unfortunately, the Bills appear to be perpetually traveling as members of the Donner Party.
A once-promising season is swirling down the toilet after the Bills lost their third-straight game on Sunday, this one a 35-8 blowout at the hands of previously impotent Miami, which has suddenly won three...
The Buffalo Bills are left searching for answers after their latest blowout loss. Here from quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick and coach Chan Gailey here.
Coach Chan Gailey
The Bills were not up to the challenge as they fell to Miami 35-8
The Bills just never showed up. That would be the best way to recap the Bills 35-8 loss to the Miami Dolphins on Sunday, which drops them to 5-5 on the season and tied for second place in the AFC East.
Buffalo put together a nice drive to start the game but everything went bad from there as the Dolphins annihilated...
C.J. Spiller was as big a part of Sunday’s game plan as he has been in weeks. His role got even bigger in the second half when Fred Jackson went out with a leg injury. What frosted Spiller was being unable to convert on 1st-and-goal from the two and 2nd-and-goal from the one.
“That’s on me, I should have punched that in,” said Spiller. ”I’ll dwell on that watching it...