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Topic - Brian Moorman
ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) — Punter Brian Moorman never envisioned he'd get a second chance to play for the Buffalo Bills before he re-signed with the team in October.
Eight-year veteran Chris Kelsay no longer has to worry about whether he'll fit in the Buffalo Bills new defensive scheme after the converted linebacker signed a four-year contract extension worth about $24 million.
"I've been kind of at a loss for words since I got back," Moorman said by phone. "It means the world to me. I'd obviously love to finish my career as a Buffalo Bill. And to have that opportunity now is great."
"I was pretty happy overall with how things went. And I'm glad that the organization was, too," Moorman said. "To be able to work together is going to be a huge plus. We can talk about little nuances, what he wants and what is good for each of us. It could really benefit of us both."