Bills Free Agency News And Rumors Roundup: Chris Hogan To Patriots, Buffalo Gets Compensatory Picks

NFL Free Agency is officially here, and the next few days will feature several Buffalo Bills rumors. The Bills have already made several big moves and might not be done yet. With that in mind, here are a few of the more interesting rumors and news tidbits on the Bills.

Bills won't match Patriots offer sheet to WR Chris Hogan
Bills wide receiver Chris Hogan signed a three-year, $12 million offer sheet given to him by the New England Patriots yesterday, giving Buffalo five days to match the deal if they wanted to keep him. However, they have decided they won't and will let him join the Patriots, according to NFL Network's Ian Rapoport.

Hogan caught 36 passes for 450 yards and two touchdowns last season.

Buffalo gets two compensatory draft picks
The Bills announced that they have received two compensatory draft picks due to having a net loss of two free agents this offseason. One of the picks is a fourth-round pick (139th overall), and the other is a sixth-round pick (218th overall).

Nigel Bradham to Eagles
Buffalo decided to led linebacker Nigel Bradham walk in free agency, and he agreed to a two-year deal with the Philadelphia Eagles yesterday. He is expected to take the place of Kiko Alonso, who was traded to the Dolphins, along with Byron Maxwell. 

Bradham started 11 games for the Bills this season before suffering a season-ending ankle injury, racking up 59 tackles and one sack.

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