Cowboys WR Cole Beasley to sign contract with Buffalo Bills

Ross Houston
March 13, 2019

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

Prior to Baltimore, Brown spent the first four seasons of his National Football League career with the Arizona Cardinals. When healthy he's a field-stretcher, someone rocket-armed Bills QB Josh Allen can burn any defence with deep. 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.

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

Beasley, who turns 30 next month, reportedly will earn $29 million over four years. "Let's go!" Beasley tweeted midday Tuesday.

Buffalo was in desperate need of a significant upgrade to its pass-catching ranks this off-season. The terms of the deal are reportedly for three years and $27 million with just $11.7 million in guaranteed money.

However, approaching 30-years-old and entering free agency, it became apparent Beasley and the Cowboys were likely departing for the 2019 season.

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