People have been waiting and expecting the Bills to make a big splash in free agency, and today they may have done it.  They've signed a Super Bowl Champ.

The Bills have been relatively quiet over the last couple of days.  While many people expected them to make a huge splash in free agency, they've signed an offensive lineman, a defensive lineman, and almost signed a running back.

But today is proving that the Bills are ready to get in the pool.  Their big splash happened this afternoon.

According to Pro Football Talk, the Bills are signing Superbowl Champ Von Miller to a 6 year, $120 million contract.  Miller made the announcement himself on his Instagram Story saying, "Going back and forth man, a lot of things that I love in LA. But I just wanted to let you know I’m coming to Buffalo. Bills Mafia, what’s good? Is 40 open?”

40 of course is the number that Miller has been wearing.  Miller has been on championship teams with the Denver Broncos and more recently with the Los Angeles Rams.

People have been reporting that The Bills are becoming a destination team for big name players and this is proof.

Now is the time for the Bills.  They are officially in "Win Now Mode."

And it looks as though they aren't even done.  More reports are coming out that the Bills are still signing people even as it gets dark.  The latest is that they are going to sign Bucs Tight End OJ Howard.

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