Former Bills WR send 3-Word Message To Bills Fans After Signing With Ravens

Before the start of free agency, the Buffalo Bills cut six veterans, including wide receiver Deonte Harty.

Last March, Harty signed a two-year contract with Buffalo worth $9.5 million. The All-Pro’s base pay for 2024 was $2.6 million, with a $5.7 million cap hit. The Bills made over $4 million from his dismissal.

A month later, Harty has found a new home in the NFL, and he’s thrilled. On April 10, NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero reported that Harty would sign a one-year deal with the Baltimore Ravens. Harty sent a quick remark on X, now known as Twitter, following the announcement of the deal.

The kick returner, who grew up in Baltimore, is also getting a hometown discount. Harty signed a one-year, $1.29 million contract with the Ravens.

Bills cut former Saints All-Pro Deonte Harty, but don't expect reunion

While Harty was never a valuable member of the Bills offense, he demonstrated his explosiveness against the Miami Dolphins in the regular season finale, breaking a franchise record with a 96-yard punt return touchdown that changed the tide of the game. The Bills eventually triumphed 21-14, securing the No. 2 slot and earning the AFC East championship.

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