Clowney set to join Buffalo

Speedy receiver agrees deal to play for the Bills, according to agent

Last Updated: 05/01/12 10:06am

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David Clowney: Set to bolster Bills' depth at receiver for 2012

David Clowney: Set to bolster Bills' depth at receiver for 2012

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Former New York Jets wide receiver David Clowney has agreed a deal to join the Buffalo Bills, according to his agent.

Brian Mackler told The Associated Press that the 26-year-old, who posted a picture of the contract he received on Twitter, has signed with the AFC East outfit.

Clowney has been without a team since being waived by the Carolina Panthers at the start of the 2011 season. The previous year he caught six passes for 102 yards for the Panthers.

He was drafted in 2007 by the Green Bay Packers but made his debut in the NFL with the Jets, for whom he played until October 2010.

Buffalo may find themselves in need of receiver depth in 2012, with both Stevie Johnson and Roscoe Parrish set to become free agents in the off season.

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