Bills Sign Sergio Brown

Traversing the workout circuit since being cut by the Falcons before the season, Sergio Brown reached an agreement to sign with the Bills, Mike Rodak of ESPN.com reports.

Brown has not played in 2016 but worked out for the Dolphins last week. The veteran safety started four games for the Jaguars last season but was cut after one year of a three-year contract.

The Bills placed Aaron Williams on their IR list this week due to a neck injury but still have four other safeties on their active roster. Williams started five games and played in seven for Buffalo in 2016 and has been a starter in the Bills’ secondary since 2011.

Brown, though, could provide a veteran presence as a stopgap. He played in at least 14 games from 2011-15, starting in 12 combined during the ’14 and ’15 campaigns with the Colts and Jaguars, respectively.

The 28-year-old back-line defender will join a safety corps headed by Corey Graham and Robert Blanton, the former rating as a top-20 Pro Football Focus safety and the latter the site’s No. 68 of 69 full-time performers. The Bills have now have five safeties with at least four years of NFL experience, with Duke Williams and Jonathan Meeks being 2013 draftees.

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