Bills ink receivers Brown, Beasley

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Buffalo has earned exactly one playoff appearance since the Bill Clinton Administration.

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

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. Beasley's most productive season was in 2016, when he had 75 catches for 833 yards and five touchdowns.

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According to NFL Insider for Sirius-XM Radio Adam Caplan, the Bills and wide receiver John Brown have agreed to a three-year deal. But there's one thing to keep in mind in regard to his production in 2018.

The Baltimore Ravens have watched several defensive mainstays leave in free agency this week, and it appears a member of the offense is headed out of town, too. However, his numbers took a serious hit once Lamar Jackson became the Ravens' starting quarterback over Joe Flacco. While the move was made to better the team, it was not made to better the passing attack.

Brown played in all 16 games with the Baltimore Ravens previous year, starting 15 and he managed to rack up 42 catches for 715 yards and five touchdowns. In seven games with Jackson, he caught only eight passes for just 114 yards and one touchdown.

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