The Buffalo Bills announced Friday that they’ve re-signed S Colt Anderson.
According to Mike Rodak, Anderson’s new contract must be for only one year at a minimum salary, considering that he played under the minimum salary benefit last season.
The Bills still have another 23 players set to be free agents in the coming months, so it wouldn’t be surprising to see them announce more moves over the next few weeks.
Anderson, 31, originally signed on with the Vikings as an undrafted free agent out of back in 2009. He lasted over one year in Minnesota before signing on with the Eagles as a free agent in 2013.
Anderson spent a few years with the Colts before signing a one-year, $840,000 contract with the Bills back in April of last year that included $580,000 fully guaranteed. He was placed on season-ending injured reserve back in October.
Unfortunately, Anderson’s 2016 season came to an end when he was placed on season-ending injured reserve back in October.
In 2016, Anderson appeared in two games and recorded two tackles for the Bills.