Former Iowa Hawkeye Ike Boettger is staying in Buffalo. The Bills announced Monday that they have re-signed Boettger to a 1-year deal.

Boettger began his career with the Bills as an undrafted free agent in 2018. After a brief stop in Kansas City, he returned to Buffalo on Sept. 12, 2018, and has remained with the club since.

Boettger, 27, made 10 starts last season at left guard before an Achilles injury suffered in Week 16 at New England ended his season.

GM Brandon Beane provided an update on Boettger’s health Monday.

“Ike had a tough injury with the Achilles last year and is rehabbing that. He got a good exam on his physical,” Bills GM Brandon Beane said Monday, per the team website. “He’ll still have to rehab that and we’ll see where he’s at when training camp starts.”

Boettger has made 17 career starts with the Bills.