Buffalo Bills and Leonard Floyd 'agree one-year deal to reunite him with Von Miller'
The Buffalo Bills have reached an agreement to sign outside linebacker Leonard Floyd to a one-year contract, reuniting the player with fellow edge rusher, Von Miller, according to several reports.
The 30-year-old Floyd is entering his eighth NFL season after spending the past three with the Los Angeles Rams, where he won a Super Bowl two years ago while playing on the opposite side of the line as Miller - the NFL's active leader in sacks.
In 104 games, all starts, Floyd has 47 1/2 sacks and 338 tackles since being selected by Chicago in the first round of the 2016 draft. Last season, he recorded nine sacks and 59 tackles.