Knox said he made it obvious to team management throughout training camp that he intended to stay a Bills player long after his rookie contract expired at the end of this season.
“I want to be here,” Knox said. “I bought a house here a few months ago, so I want to be here as long as I can.
Knox, who will turn 26 in November, is coming off a breakout season in the league’s 25th season he recorded career highs in touchdowns (10 – tied with Diggs), catches (65), and receiving yards (770). His ten touchdowns established a Bills tight end single-season record and were tied with Stefon Diggs on the squad (10).
2K OLF Season 25 Summary
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