The Buffalo Bills have announced that free agents WR Joey Galloway and RB Kevin Jones are touring the facilities at One Bills Drive on Thursday.
Galloway visited with the New England Patriots on Wednesday. The 14-year veteran has had three lengthy stints with the Seahawks, Cowboys and most recently the Buccaneers; at age 37, Galloway has accumulated over 10,000 receiving yards and 77 touchdowns in a career in which he established himself as one of the league's elite deep threats.
It's anticipated that the Bills will entertain more free agent receivers beyond Galloway after their top wideout target, Laveranues Coles, signed with the Cincinnati Bengals on Wednesday.
Jones played for a coaching staff featuring Dick Jauron in 2004 and 2005 while with Detroit. He spent time with the Bears last year, and has entered the portion of his career where he'll bounce from team to team unless he can find a situation to re-establish himself as a threat. Jones has always had elite potential, but has dealt repeatedly with serious injuries. Jones would fortify a running back depth chart that was shaken recently with the arrest of starter Marshawn Lynch.