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April 02, 1993|From Staff and Wire Reports

Wide receiver Billy Brooks became the first player the Indianapolis Colts lost to free agency when he agreed to a three-year contract worth a reported $3.5 million with the Buffalo Bills. Brooks' signing with Buffalo came several days after the Colts signed Bills' offensive tackle Will Wolford to a three-year contract worth at least $7.65 million, forcing the Bills to match the offer this week or lose Wolford.

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