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Report: Bills Trade Again; Acquire RB Brown

Doug Whaley has been wheeling and dealing and the Bills' GM continued to do so on Saturday, picking up RB Bryce Brown from the Eagles. In return, Philadelphia reportedly gets a conditional 4th-rounder in '15 that can be a '16 3rd. The two sides also swapped '14 7th rounders.

He spent two seasons with the Eagles, mostly serving as LeSean McCoy's backup. Brown earned a name for himself over a two-week span during his rookie season in 2012, rushing for 178 yards and two touchdowns against the Panthers on Monday Night Football followed by a 169-yard effort against the Cowboys. His best game last season came in Week 16 against Chicago, picking up 115 yards and a touchdown.

Brown, drafted in the 7th round by Philadelphia in 2012, is 22 years old and 6'0", 220 pounds.

How do you feel about the Bills not having a first round pick?
  It has wiped out my usual pre draft excitement.
  It isn't a problem since they did so much via free agency/trades.
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