Wide Receiver Cole Beasley Leaving Cowboys For 4-Year Deal With Bills

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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.

Brown started 15 games for Baltimore previous year, catching 42 passes for 715 yards and five touchdowns.

Wide receiver John Brown has agreed to a three-year deal to join the Buffalo Bills after one year in Baltimore, according to multiple reports.

Brown was a third-round selection in the 2014 NFL Draft out of Pittsburg State.

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Nsekhe's deal is worth $14.5 million over two years.

In 103 career games, he has recorded 3,271 yards on 319 receptions and 23 touchdowns. He averaged 17.0 yards per-catch, showing that ability to go over the top of defenses. In nine games with Flacco at quarterback, Brown caught 34 balls for 601 yards and four touchdowns. While the move was made to better the team, it was not made to better the passing attack. In seven games with Jackson, he caught only eight passes for just 114 yards and one touchdown. When healthy he's a field-stretcher, someone rocket-armed Bills QB Josh Allen can burn any defence with deep.

The Bills' leading receiver in 2018 was Zay Jones, who had 652 yards receiving.

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