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

John Brown and Maxx Williams

John Brown and Maxx Williams

The Buffalo Bills intend to sign former Ravens wide receiver John Brown, according to reports. Willie Snead is the only consistent wide receiver now on the roster, with Chris Moore right behind him. Back at the 2014 NFL Combine, he ran a lightning-fast 4.34-second 40-yard dash.

Brown started 15 games for Baltimore previous year, catching 42 passes for 715 yards and five touchdowns. He had his most productive season with the Cardinals in 2015, where he compiled 65 receptions for 1,003 yards and seven touchdowns. Both Jordan Lasley and Jaleel Scott - 2018 National Football League draft selections - played no snaps last season.

Williamson Taken to Hospital for Scans on Injured Left Shoulder
New Zealand won the first test in Hamilton by an innings and 52 runs, with the third match starting on Saturday in Christchurch. Williamson underwent an MRI scan on Tuesday which revealed the tear to the minor (smaller) pectoral muscle on his left side.

Hurns signed to a two-year deal just last offseason after being released by the Jacksonville Jaguars but posted a disappointing 20 receptions for 295 yards and two touchdowns in his first year in Dallas. He averaged 17.0 yards per-catch, showing that ability to go over the top of defenses. He got off to a strong start last season with Ravens quarterback Joe Flacco, but when rookie Lamar Jackson was inserted as starter Brown's numbers trailed off a bit. Unfortunately, Flacco was injured and was eventually forced to ride out the remainder of the season on the bench. In eight games (including the playoffs) with Jackson, Brown had just 10 receptions for 128 yards and one score. While the move was made to better the team, it was not made to better the passing attack. "We all know Josh Allen would utilize him via the deep ball".

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