The Bills added a few more receivers to their offseason mix, signing a pair of guys who were once known as intriguing prospects.
The team announced they signed wideouts Greg Little and Jarrett Boykin to future deals.
Little was a 2011 second-round pick of the Browns, who, when not dropping passed footballs, caught 61 and 53 passes his first two seasons in the league. The Browns let him go after a less-productive third season, and he started one game in 2014 for the Bengals. The Bengals cut him in October this year, but he didn’t play in a game last season.
Boykin has been out of the league for a year after failing to make the Panthers this summer, but was once a phenom with the Packers. He caught 49 passes for Green Bay in 2013.
Both are big targets, and the kind of guys who get plenty of chances. Boykin also played in college with Bills quarterback Tyrod Taylor, so maybe that will help him latch on.