Friday, March 11, 2016

Hogan agrees to Pats offer sheet, puts Bills on clock

7-11 looks like he'll be opening up a new location in Foxborough.

Wide receiver Chris Hogan, who's played for the Buffalo Bills the past three seasons, has reportedly accepted a three-year, $12 million offer sheet from the New England Patriots.

According to, the first-year cap hit on the offer is north of $5 million, which may be more than Buffalo is willing to pay for the 27-year-old.

Per Mike Reiss:
"Because Hogan received a low tender offer as a restricted free agent ($1.6 million) and entered the NFL as an undrafted player, the Bills would not receive compensation should they not match the offer."
Once the sheet is officially signed, Buffalo has five days to match the deal.