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After visiting with the Ravens on Tuesday, free-agent defensive end Mark Anderson has reportedly agreed to a four-year contract to join the Buffalo Bills.
Multiple reports say the former Patriots pass rusher will join the newly-signed Mario Williams to create a dynamic pass-rushing duo in western New York. Anderson collected 10 sacks with New England last season.
Anderson had previously met with Miami and Tennessee before making his visit with Baltimore on Tuesday. Reports surfaced that Anderson and his representation were meeting with Bills executives on Tuesday evening, an indication that talks between the defensive end and the Ravens never got very far.
Prior to playing in New England last season, the 28-year-old Anderson had spent time with the Bears and Texans in his six-year career.

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