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Bills sign WR Mack Hollins & LB Nicholas Morrow to one-year deals

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The Buffalo Bills announced two free agent signings Thursday afternoon as both WR Mack Hollins and LB Nicholas Morrow signed their contracts with the team. 

Here's more info on Buffalo's latest free agency moves:

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LB Nicholas Morrow

The Bills are adding depth to their linebacker room and signed LB Nicholas Morrow to a one-year deal.

Morrow, 28, will be entering his seventh year in the NFL and played the 2023 season with the Philadelphia Eagles. Morrow started 12 games last season, filling in for an injured Nakobe Dean, and recorded 95 tackles and three sacks.

He also had a career-high 12 tackles for a loss, five QB hits, a forced fumble and two fumble recoveries.

Prior to his time with the Eagles, Morrow had stops with the Bears (2022) and Raiders (2017-21). Morrow was originally an undrafted free agent and signed with the Raiders before the 2017 season. He played college football at Greenville (2013-16).

WR Mack Hollins

The Bills are adding another weapon for quarterback Josh Allen. Buffalo has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with wide receiver Mack Hollins.

Hollins most recently played for Atlanta and had 18 catches for 251 receiving yards in 13 games last season.

The seven-year vet has started in 27 games and played in 95 throughout his career. He's totaled 131 catches, 1,691 receiving yards and 10 touchdowns since coming into the league. His best season came in 2022 with the Raiders where he started in 16 games and racked up 57 catches, 690 receiving yards and four touchdowns.

Hollins has also played a role on special teams with previous teams as he has totaled 27 tackles.

The wide out's had stops with the Eagles and Dolphins in addition to the Raiders and Falcons.

Hollins was originally drafted by the Eagles in the fourth round of the 2017 draft. He played college football at North Carolina and is from Rockville, MD.