The New York Giants agreed to terms Thursday with wide receiver Jamison Crowder and tight end Tommy Sweeney.
Terms were not disclosed but multiple outlets reported that the free agents, who both played for Buffalo in 2022, received one-year deals.
Crowder, 29, had six catches for 60 yards in four games last season. His season came to a premature end after he sustained a broken ankle in the Bills' 23-20 victory over the Baltimore Ravens on Oct. 2.
Crowder has 415 receptions for 4,667 yards and 28 touchdowns in 100 career games (51 starts) with the Washington franchise, New York Jets and Bills.
Sweeney, 27, was a seventh-round pick by the Bills in 2019 when Giants coach Brian Daboll and general manager Joe Schoen worked in Buffalo.
Sweeney appeared in 24 games (four starts) with the Bills, catching 18 passes for 165 yards and one touchdown.
--Field Level Media