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The Buffalo Bills had a successful regular season in 2022, finishing the year with a 13-3 record.
Despite their success in the regular season, the Bills fell short of reaching the Super Bowl, losing in the Divisional round to the Cincinnati Bengals.
With Josh Allen at the helm, the Bills will look to improve upon this success.
There are several unknowns about the Bills roster moving forward, but recent reporting has indicated that they will be joined by at least one familiar face on offense.
Ian Rapoport has recently indicated that Nyheim Hines will be staying with the team in 2023 after restructuring his contract.
Nyhiem Hines takes a paycut to stay… https://t.co/Yezyxvkkj7
— Ian Rapoport (@RapSheet) March 13, 2023
This restructuring is great news for the Bills, as they will be able to save money against the salary cap.
While Hines has been a career role-player, for both the Bills and the Indianapolis Colts, he is a valuable member of the Bills, even though his impact isn’t always felt on the stat sheet.
During the 2022 regular season, Hines had just 24 total rushing attempts for 33 yards and one touchdown.
Hines’ value on offense is much more tangible in the receiving game, as he had 30 receptions for 241 yards and a touchdown.
Last season, Hines had one of the most memorable performances of the entire year.
Not only did he have a game with two kickoff returns, but it came at an incredible time.
These kickoff touchdowns were just a week removed from Damar Hamlin’s injury.
Amidst all of the support that the team gave Hamlin, Hines’ efforts on the field certainly went a long way.
Now, the Bills will have another chance to employ his services on a team-friendly deal.
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