Football player Reid Ferguson is one of the long snappers for the Buffalo Bills of the National Football League. He is 107 kg in weight and 1.88 meters tall. On March 24, 1994, in Buford, Georgia, his parents Tracy Ferguson and Kevin Ferguson welcomed him into the world. While attending Buford High School, he participated in football for the school’s team.
Later, with the Louisiana State University Fighting Tigers, he played collegiate football. He was signed as an undrafted free agent by the Buffalo Bills in May 2016. August of that year saw his release from the Bills, and on November 2 of that same year, he was added to the practice squad. He reached an agreement on a reserve/future deal with the Bills in January 2017. He was chosen as the Bills’ starting long snapper in 2017, and he played in all 16 of the team’s games.
He entered into a three-year contract with the Bills in January 2019 that was valid through the 2021 season, then on May 28, 2021, he entered into another three-year contract that was valid through the 2024 season. He outperformed every Buffalo Bills player who was still playing in 2022.
How Much Does Reid Ferguson Make?
Reid Ferguson makes an average annual salary of $1,333,333 per his three-year contract with the Buffalo Bills.