it's Von Miller time in Buffalo. Coming off his second Super Bowl title, Miller agreed to a six-year contract with the Bills on Wednesday.

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an 11-year NFL veteran who spent his first 10-plus seasons in Denver before being traded to the Los Angeles Rams last season and winning the NFL championship.

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The NFL Network reported that Miller's deal is worth $120 million US. At 32, Miller brings a veteran presence to a young group of starting linebackers made up of Tremaine Edmunds and Matt Milano

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With Buffalo playing a hybrid style defence, there's a chance for Miller to provide an outside pass-rushing presence. He has 115 1/2 career sacks.

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Tom Brady ends retirement, announces return to Buccaneers

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Colin Kaepernick still wants to play in NFL, seeks receivers Though listed as a linebacker throughout his career, Miller was referred to as a defensive end by Buffalo.

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The Bills also announced reaching a one-year agreement to sign tight O.J. Howard, who spent his first five seasons with the Tampa Bay Buccaneers.

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The splashy additions came on the opening day of free agency, and were made by the two-time defending AFC East champions who had very little room to maneuver under the salary cap. The Bills opened the day by restructuring the contract of safety Micah Hyde to free up about $4.5 million in salary cap space.

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Miller joins a defence which allowed the fewest yards in the NFL last season, but unraveled in a 42-36 overtime loss to Kansas City in an AFC divisional playoff game. With 13 seconds remaining

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Buffalo allowed the Chiefs to gain 31 yards on two plays to set up Harrison Butker's 49-yard field goal as time expired.

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