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By Paul Bowman, Sports Talk Philly Editor

NFL free agency isn’t set to begin until Wednesday at 4 p.m., but the legal tampering period started on Monday and deals can be agreed to in principal.

With that, former Philadelphia Soul offensive tackle Ty Nsekhe, who is earning himself a major pay day.

Mike Garafolo of the NFL Network reports he will be signing with the Buffalo Bills for two-years, $14.5 million.

$7.7 million of that money is guaranteed.

For comparison, Isaac Seumalo's recent extension with the Eagles is worth only $12 over three years.

Nsekhe joins two other offensive linemen, two receivers, a running back and a tight end in an essentially entirely new offense built around Bills quarterback Josh Allen.

Nsekhe played with the Philadelphia Soul in 2011. Since leaving the team, he has appeared in 56 games with the Colts, Rams, Saints and Redskins. He also returned to the Arena Football League and had a stint in the CFL since signing his first NFL contract.

In his Arena League career, he has made 13 receptions for 123 yards and three touchdowns despite his primary position as a lineman.

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