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Source: Bills re-sign WR Marcus Easley, DE Jarius Wynn

The Buffalo Bills have re-signed wide receiver Marcus Easley and defensive end Jarius Wynn, a source told ESPN NFL Insider Field Yates.

Easley signed a four-year, $7 million deal. Wynn signed a two-year, $2.2 million deal.

Easley, 27, has been the Bills' special teams ace the past two seasons. Despite only playing in 10 games last season because of a knee injury, Easley led the Bills in special teams tackles with 11.

Wynn, 28, served as a rotational defensive end last season in Jim Schwartz's scheme, recording two sacks. At 285 pounds, he should be in the mix to start at defensive end in Rex Ryan's scheme, likely competing with Stefan Charles for that spot.

Here are how the deals break down, per Yates:

Marcus Easley:

Length: Four years

Signing bonus: $1,700,000

Incentives: $100,000 for Pro Bowl each year; up to $200,000 for playing time each year

2015 season:

Base salary: $825,000 ($500,000 fully guaranteed)

Workout bonus: $100,000

Cap number: $1.35 million

2016 season:

Base salary: $1.075 million

Roster bonus: $250,000 (due fifth day of 2016 league year)

Workout bonus: $100,000

Cap number: $1.85 million

2017 season:

Base salary: $1.1 million

Roster bonus: $250,000 (due fifth day of 2017 league year)

Workout bonus: $100,000

Cap number: $1.875 million

2018 season:

Base salary: $1.15 million

Roster bonus: $250,000 (due fifth day of 2018 league year)

Workout bonus: $100,000

Cap number: $1.925 million

Jarius Wynn:

Length: Two years

Signing bonus: $250,000

2015 season:

Base salary: $950,000

Cap number: $1.075 million

2016 season:

Base salary: $1 million

Cap number: $1.125 million