Bills dish out NFL-high $91.5 million guaranteed this offseason

PHOENIX -- Call it a calculated spending spree, call it reckless. Either way, the Buffalo Bills have spent more than any NFL team this offseason.

The Bills have given out $91.5 million in guaranteed money in new contracts and restructured deals this offseason, according to ESPN Stats & Information, which is more than $11 million more than the next highest-spending team, the Jacksonville Jaguars.

Overall, the New England Patriots' competitors in the AFC East -- the Bills, Miami Dolphins and New York Jets -- have spent $245.1 million in guaranteed money in the last two and a half weeks, which accounts for 22 percent of overall NFL guaranteed money handed out since free agency started.

Here are the Bills' deals this offseason ranked by guaranteed money:

RB LeSean McCoy: $26.55 million

TE Charles Clay: $24.5 million

DE Jerry Hughes: $22.15 million

WR Percy Harvin: $5.9 million

DT Kyle Williams: $4.5 million

FB Jerome Felton: $4 million

WR Marcus Easley: $2.2 million

QB Tyrod Taylor: $1.15 million

G Kraig Urbik: $300,000

DE Jarius Wynn: $250,000