Behind the scenes of Bills' free agency with Brandon Beane

Paola Ditto
Marzo 16, 2019

Brown's ability as an outside-the-numbers deep threat seems to fit well with second-year starter Josh Allen's strong arm and willingness to push the ball down the field, and Beasley gives Buffalo an over-the-middle option that the team lacked last season.

"Yeah, most definitely. Not just me and him, all of the receivers and tight ends", Brown said.

When asked if Allen and Brown would meet up in the offseason, Brown confirmed, but said they wouldn't be alone.

"Once I made the decision, Josh Allen was the first person to call me from the organization. You can see it", he said. Buffalo also promoted Chad Hall to wide receivers' coach and named Ken Dorsey the newest quarterback coach as they readied themselves for next season. "I love that (he was the first to call)". You can tell. I could hear it in his voice on the phone, he's very eager and hungry to get better. You always can get better no matter what stage you are in your career. "With him being a young quarterback, you don't see most young guys doing that, trying to take over a team". "He wants to do this thing the right way and turn this thing around", Beasley said. When Allen returned he played better and further entrenched himself as the unquestioned leader of the Bills offense. Last season in Dallas, Beasley caught 65 passes for 672 yards with three touchdowns.

Beasley, 29, was frustrated a bit in his final season in Dallas. What started with a bogus Antonio Brown trade rumor seven days earlier finished with Beane walking out to introduce eight new Buffalo Bills to the media on Thursday afternoon.

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