The Miami Dolphins and Buffalo Bills have agreed to terms on a deal to acquire former Dolphins wide receiver, Mike James.
James is the second former Dolphins player to be acquired by the Bills in the last week, after former receiver, Jarvis Landry, was sent to Buffalo for defensive tackle, Dontari Poe.
James signed with the Dolphins as a free agent in December 2016 and spent the season with the team after being released by the Seattle Seahawks last year.
James spent parts of two seasons with the Seattle Seahawk team.
James was part of a Dolphins offensive line that was considered a top five unit in the NFL last season.
James, who played in six games as a rookie for the team, caught 44 passes for 596 yards and three touchdowns.