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

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

With the offensive line, tight end, and even backup running back addressed by the Buffalo Bills during the NFL's free agency tampering period early this week, there was one thing left to be done.

The Buffalo Bills have reportedly come to terms on a contract on a new weapon for quarterback Josh Allen in free agent wide receiver John Brown, who played one season with the Baltimore Ravens in 2018 after four seasons in Arizona, first reported by Ian Rapoport from NFL Network.

Brown is expected to sign with the Bills for three years, $27 million, and Beasley is reportedly getting $29 million over four years, according to the reports.

Brown is a deep threat who can stretch the field and bring speed at the wide receiver position.

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Beasley played in all 16 games for the Dallas Cowboys last season, notching 65 catches for 672 yards and three touchdowns. But there's one thing to keep in mind in regard to his production in 2018.

In 72 career games, Brown has recorded 3,230 yards on 215 receptions and 22 touchdowns. Joe Flacco was benched for Lamar Jackson at quarterback.

Brown, 28, spent last season with the Baltimore Ravens, hauling in 42 passes for 715 yards and five touchdowns. He averaged 17.0 yards per-catch, showing that ability to go over the top of defenses.