Brown, 28, signed a one-year deal with the Ravens last offseason, betting on himself to score bigger in this year's free agency market. He had 65 catches for 672 yards and three touchdowns previous year.
Beasley spent his first seven seasons with Dallas and had a 65 catches for 672 yards and three touchdowns a year ago. However, his numbers took a serious hit once Lamar Jackson became the Ravens' starting quarterback over Joe Flacco. "Let's go!" Beasley tweeted midday Tuesday.
Beasley, who turns 30 next month, reportedly will earn $29 million over four years. After a hot start to the 2018 season that saw him reel in 557 yards and four touchdowns in the first seven games, he tailed off with just 158 yards and one touchdown in the final nine games.
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Buffalo was in desperate need of a significant upgrade to its pass-catching ranks this off-season.
With age-old running back Frank Gore also reportedly committed to signing with the Bills, the club devoted a large chunk of its off-season spending allotment to six free-agent players, all on offence.