Bills’ Tremaine Edmunds on future: ‘I care so much about this team’

The Buffalo Bills loss to the Cincinnati Bengals means their season ends but the offseason immediately gets going.

During the upcoming 2023 time away from football, there will be a lot of fireworks for Buffalo en route. The Bills, more than years past, seem to have a lot of things coming into the frame regarding free agency.

Not only does the team have importance pieces that are set to hit the open market, there are dollars and cents coming into the fold. Namely, quarterback Josh Allen’s extension kicking in.

According to Spotrac, Allen’s cap hit jolts from $16.4 million to $39.8M. That’s going to hamper the team and general manager Brandon Beane more now.

All things considered, guys like linebacker Tremaine Edmunds might on the outside looking in. A former first-round pick of the Bills, his rookie deal is set to expire.

Following the 27-10 loss, Buffalo head coach Sean McDermott was already asked about the idea of some players looking set to depart.

“That’s the hard part of this business. I love every person in that locker room,” McDermott said via video conference.

For the player, it’s more on the bittersweet side. Edmunds said he would love to stay, but the reality is a pay day could be waiting for him.

“My emotions, too high right now,” Edmunds told reporters. “I care so much about this team, so much about this organization. It’s bigger than myself.”

For Edmunds’ full response, see the attached WIVB-TV video below:

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Story originally appeared on Bills Wire