Bills Bolster Wide Recievers Squad By Signing John Brown, Cole Beasley

Bills Bolster Wide Recievers Squad By Signing John Brown, Cole Beasley

Beasley spent his first seven seasons with Dallas and had a 65 catches for 672 yards and three touchdowns past year.

According to NFL Insider for Sirius-XM Radio Adam Caplan, the Bills and wide receiver John Brown have agreed to a three-year deal.

His contract with the Bills is worth $27 million over three years with $11.7 million guaranteed, according to veteran National Football League reporter Adam Caplan. In those games, Brown started each of them and his highest single-game output was two catches for 27 yards.

In his time with the Ravens, Brown had 42 receptions for 715 yards and five touchdowns.

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"Brown was a receiver I thought the Bills should target previous year in free agency, needing someone who could stretch the field". He got off to a torrid start, but his production dropped once quarterback Lamar Jackson took over under center. If the reported deal comes to fruition, Brown will have done just that.

Morse has been one of the NFL's best pass-protecting centres with the Kansas City Chiefs, and Nsekhe was a backup swing tackle who played well when pressed into service with the Washington Redskins.

The speedy wideout is also a deep-threat addition for the Bills, as he averaged 17 yards-per-catch in 2018 and has a career average of 15 yards.

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