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Buffalo Bills Player Dead; Josh Allen Comments On A Potential Contract Extension With Buffalo!

Written by Chris Powers

It is never fun reporting the news of a deceased player. So many of them go much earlier than they actually should. It was reported earlier over this past weekend that former Buffalo Bills center Connie Zelencik.

Zelencik was an 11th round draft pick of the Chicago Bears out of Purdue University in the 1977 NFL draft. He was signed by the Buffalo Bills that same year and played in 14 games for the Bills blocking for Joe Ferguson and O.J. Simpson. He only played 1 season in the NFL.

In other NFL news, Josh Allen commented on his inevitable contract extension with the Buffalo Bills. Here is what he had to say on the matter:

“I’m just trying to be the best quarterback that I can be for the Bills,” Allen said, via Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News. “That’s why as players, most of us, not all of us, have agents to take care of that side of things. Again, that’s the least most thing I’m worrying about right now. I’m just trying to find ways I can do better and be better for this team, and help us accomplish the goal that we want to accomplish. think on your guys’ end, getting it done quick would kill all these questions that you have about it,” Allen said. “Again, I’m focused on being the best version of myself. Being the best quarterback, best leader that I can be for this team day in and day out.”

For more insight into where Allen’s head is at in terms of an extension, check out the video below where he discusses what he is looking for.

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