The agent for receiver David Clowney has told The Associated Press that his client has agreed to sign with the Buffalo Bills.
Brian Mackler confirmed Clowney had signed with the Bills on Wednesday shortly after the receiver posted on his Twitter account a photo of the contract he received from the team.
The Bills were not immediately available for comment.
Clowney has been out of football since being waived by the Carolina Panthers before the start of this past season. He had six catches for 102 yards in 10 games with the Panthers in 2010. Clowney previously spent four seasons with the New York Jets.
The Bills are in need of receiver depth. Both Stevie Johnson and Roscoe Parrish could leave in free agency this offseason.