The Broncos have officially signed WR Philly Brown to a contract on Friday, per Ryan O’Halloran.
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According to Nicki Jhabvala, the Broncos brought in free agent WR Corey “Philly” Brown for a visit on Thursday and are expected to sign him if “everything checks out.”
Brown, 25, originally signed on with the Panthers as an undrafted free agent out of Ohio State back in May of 2014. Carolina declined to tender Brown an offer as a restricted free agent this offseason.
The Bills signed Brown to a one-year deal back in March but was waived coming out of the preseason. Buffalo recently re-signed Brown only to cut him loose.
Since then, Brown has worked out for the Giants, Jaguars, Ravens, Colts, and Bears, but walked away from each meeting without a contract.
In 2016, Browns appeared in all 16 games for the Panthers and recorded 27 receptions for 276 yards receiving 10.2 (YPC) and scored one touchdown.
We’ll have more regarding Brown and the Broncos what the news is available.