TL;DR news on Josh Allen at June 14, 2023

Josh knows. McDermott echoed Beane's previous sentiments that Allen could possibly receive a new deal before the Bills kick things off against the Steelers in Week 1. Josh is a great, young talent and he fits so well with Buffalo and the city and the town and the people of Buffalo. After helping the Bills clinch a playoff berth in 2019, Allen earned his first Pro Bowl nod last year after scoring 45 total touchdowns. Allen's play helped Buffalo reach its first AFC Championship Game since 1993. Allen's market value is estimated at $168.6 million over four years, according to Spotrac. While Allen has good reason to pursue a new deal now, another strong season would only strengthen his market value in 2022. The Bills announced Friday they had reached agreement with Allen on a contract extension that runs through 2028. Allen has led the Bills to the playoffs the past two years, including a victory in the divisional round over the Ravens last season. Marvin Jones Jr., missed Friday's practice because of a personal day, but several others were out with injuries: DJ Chark, Josh Hammond, Josh Imatorbhebhe, Tim Jones, Phillip Dorsett. My vacation doesn't start until today's newsletter has been published, though, so let's get the show on the road starting with Josh Allen. To get all the details on Allen's new deal, you can check out our main story by clicking here. The first was a go ball and Josh Allen threw a gorgeous deep ball that gave Kumerow a chance near the goal line. He went all out this offseason trying to work on the problem by hiring a vision specialist and flying out to California to work with Allen every day. Diggs stopped on a dime and Allen almost knew how he was improvising. For this to happen, Allen is working harder than ever, per his recount, to achieve the greatness that is being asked of him. Injuries kept him off the field and little push up front resulted in even less pass rush, which is where Allen is meant to shine. Allen Brack, Townsend is still with the company despite her consistently making a bad situation worse with her behavior.