The Buffalo Bills' season has been over for a few weeks now, so they're looking towards the future and the upcoming season. After signing several players to extensions and future contracts on Monday, the Bills made yet another move on Wednesday.

Buffalo reportedly signed former Green Bay Packers wide receiver Jarrett Boykin to a futures contract, according to his agent Blake Baratz.

Congratulations to Jarrett Boykin on signing with the @buffalobills. Young, experienced, & talented pro that will help that team in 2016.

— Blake Baratz (@blakebaratz) January 6, 2016

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Boykin played three seasons with the Packers from 2012 to 2014 before joining the Carolina Panthers prior to 2015. He didn't appear in a single game for the Panthers this season as he was cut on Sept. 1, but he put up decent numbers in Green Bay.

In 2013, he started eight games, recording 49 catches for 681 yards and three touchdowns. He may not be a No. 2 receiver for the Bills, but he does have familiarity with quarterback Tyrod Taylor. The two played at Virginia Tech together, which Baratz noted as a reason for Boykin picking the Bills.