Matthew Vincent Milano is a linebacker for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. Milano received his education and athletic training at Boston College, where he played college football under head coach Steve Addazio.
In the 2017 NFL Draft, the Buffalo Bills selected Milano in the fifth round, which was the 163rd overall pick.
The New England Patriots provided the pick that was used to select him as compensation for the signing of restricted free agent running back Mike Gillislee. Tanner Vallejo of Boise State was the other linebacker picked; he was the first of two linebackers selected.
The Buffalo Bills signed Milano to a contract on May 11, 2017, that was worth a total of $2.66 million over four years and included a signing bonus in the amount of $261,506.
Milano faced out against seasoned veterans Ramon Humber and Gerald Hodges for the position of starting weak-side linebacker during the entirety of training camp. Milano was selected by head coach Sean McDermott to start the regular season as Humber’s backup weakside linebacker.
Milano extended his deal with the Bills for a total of $44 million over the course of four years on March 11, 2021. During Buffalo’s victory over the Miami Dolphins in week two, 35-0, he registered his first sack of the 2021 NFL season. In Week ten, he recorded a season-high nine tackles, helping the team to a 45-17 victory and setting a new personal best.
Does Matt Milano have a brother?
Matt Milano has a brother named Michael Milano. As it is known, the Linebacker is not the only child of his parents ( Janet and Mike Milano). He also has a sister named Gina Milano.