Bills agree to re-sign linebacker Humber to 1-year contract
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ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) The Buffalo Bills have agreed to re-sign linebacker Ramon Humber to a one-year contract.
Humber returns for a third season in Buffalo after starting a career-high nine games last year. He has nine seasons of NFL experience and signed with Buffalo in 2016 to serve in mostly a special teams role.
Last year, the 30-year-old was credited with 83 tackles, including 12 in a season-opening win over the New York Jets. He also had one sack and forced a fumble while playing about 50 percent of the defensive snaps over 13 games.
Humber's playing time decreased over the season with 2017 fifth-round draft pick, Matt Milano, taking over the starting job.
Buffalo still has an opening at starting middle linebacker after Preston Brown signed with Cincinnati last weekend.
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Updated March 20, 2018