Mack Hollins signs with Buffalo Bills to replenish receiver depth 

The Buffalo Bills began refilling their receiving depth on Wednesday by agreeing to sign free agent Mack Hollins, according to a person with direct knowledge of the situation.

The individual spoke on the condition of anonymity because the NFL's free agency signing process does not begin until later in the day. ESPN.com was the first to report the pact.

Hollins has seven seasons of NFL experience, with his most prolific year coming in 2021, when he caught 57 passes for 690 yards and four scores with the Las Vegas Raiders. 

 The 30-year-old Hollins spent last season in Atlanta, where he caught 18 passes for 251 yards for the run-oriented Falcons.

Hollins, listed at 6-foot-4 and 221 pounds, has the ability to provide quarterback Josh Allen with a big-bodied target to complement Stefon Diggs and Khalil Shakir. 

His addition compensates for the departure of starter Gabe Davis, an unrestricted free agent who signed with the Jacksonville Jaguars this week.

Buffalo, which also let go backup receiver Deonte Harty last week, is likely to pursue the position in the draft next month.

Hollins was drafted by the Philadelphia Eagles in the fourth round in 2017 out of North Carolina, where he spent his first two seasons. He also played for Miami, amassing 131 catches for 1,691 yards and 10 touchdowns.

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