The Facts: The Bills have agreed to terms with Kroft on a three-year deal worth $18.75 million, a source tells NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.
Diehards Line: That's an average of $6.25 million per year and could be worth up to $21 million. ... As Fansided.com recently noted, Kroft emerged as an effective player in 2017 racking up career highs in catches, yards, and touchdowns while starting all 16 games for injured Tyler Eifert. He became a consistent go-to target for Andy Dalton. His impact was short-lived this past season as injury took him out early. Kroft was developing nicely as a solid option in the tight end rotation, something that clearly wasn't lost on the Bills.