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Which Buffalo Bills Wide Receiver Will Help Lee Evans In 2010 ?

March 31, 2010   ·   Dan Van Wie   ·   Jump to comments

The Buffalo Bills added some depth and competition to their wide receiver corps on Wednesday by signing free agent Chad Jackson to an offer. Chad Jackson is now another young wide receiver to add to the mix as the Bills look for someone capable of spreading the field and taking advantage of the double team pressure placed on their top receiver Lee Evans.
Chad Jackson tied the Florida Gators school record with 88 catches in his junior season, which turned out to be his final year with the Gators. Jackson opted out early from his college career to turn pro. 
The New England Patriots drafted him in the second round back in the 2006 draft. Jackson caught a touchdown pass against the Bills in week five of that rookie season, but that was one of the few highlights he had due to a number of injuries.  These injuries ultimately led to the Patriots souring on him and ultimately releasing him.
After his release, Jackson played with the Broncos in 2009, but didn't make an...

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