Bills sign three more to 2014 deals

The Buffalo Bills signed defensive end Kourtnei Brown, running back Anthony Allen and guard Randy Colling to future contracts Tuesday.

Each player will become part of the 90-man offseason roster.

Allen is the most experienced of the group, playing in 21 games from 2011-2012 for the Baltimore Ravens. He averaged 3.6 yards on 19 carries and had one touchdown. Allen (6-foot-1, 223 pounds) was a seventh-round draft pick of the Ravens in 2011 from Georgia Tech.

Brown was in training camp with the Bills this season but was sidelined during the preseason with a groin injury.

Colling (6-5, 320) is a native of Arcade, N.Y., and played at Gannon University as a defensive lineman. He has also played in the Arena Football League.