The Buffalo Bills have announced that they have signed RB Anthony Allen, LB Kourtnei Brown and OL Randy Colling to the team's offseason roster.
Allen is a former seventh-round pick of Baltimore in 2011. While most of his time was spent on special teams, he has 19 carries for 69 yards and a touchdown in his appearances. Allen was cut last season and the 6-1, 223 pound Georgia Tech back failed to sign on with another team last season.
Brown was with the Bills last season and was cut at final cuts. Originally signed with the San Francisco 49ers as an undrafted rookie free agent in 2012, Brown was cut and spent time on the Washington Redskins practice squad. The 6-4, 253 pound Clemson product hopes to make it past cuts this year in Buffalo.
Colling last played for the Cleveland Gladiators of the Arena Fooball League where he led the team in sacks and tackles for loss. While he was on the defensive side of the ball in Cleveland, the Bills look to turn the 6-4, 320 Gannon University product into an offensive lineman.
The Bills will look to bolster their roster more and re-sign free agents during the next few months. NFL free agency opens March 11.
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