10:15 AM ET

J.D. McKissic said he changed his mind about signing with the Buffalo Bills because he had unfinished business with his former team.

When the team let him know it would match the offer, he pivoted back to Washington, where he had agreed to a two-year deal with the Bills. Before this period, the Commanders had not made him an offer.

Bills general manager Brandon Beane voiced his frustration last week after conflicting reports about what transpired to persuade McKissic to return.

The agent is supposed to say it is over once you have an agreement. The agent told the other club it was over. The other club did not back off.

According to sources, Washington would have the chance to match any offer.

McKissic said that he didn't remember that period.

I had unfinished business in Washington, but I couldn&t ask for a better organization to be chosen by. We felt like we were going in a different direction. I wanted to prove something in Washington. I decided not to be where I wanted to be. Buffalo is a great organization, but I think we can do great things here as well.

According to Dan Saffron, the agent for the Commanders, the team has reached a two-year, $8.2 million deal to bring back offensive tackle Cornelius Lucas.