“We signed an extension (Tuesday) and got everything finalized, a four-year extension,” said Kelsay. “I’m very pleased. I think both sides are very happy with the situation and it gives me an opportunity to finish my career a Buffalo Bill.”
Kelsay, who was a second-round pick of the Bills in 2003, has appeared in 113 games for Buffalo making 90 starts. He made no secret that it was a priority for him to spend his entire career with one NFL franchise.
“I said from day one that I’d be loyal to this organization,” said Kelsay. “They took a chance on me when they drafted me fairly high. We haven’t done a lot of winning since I’ve been here, but I think that’s going to turn around. I want to be a part of the solution. I don’t want to be part of the problem and by staying put I think you have your best chance of winning. You don’t want to leave a franchise that’s been so loyal to you and miss out on where they’re going. I’m real confident about where this team is headed.”
The deal is reported to be a total of $24 millions over 4 years.