Geronimo Allison had to wait a bit to find a new team, but he didn't have to go too far to find it.
The later signing is indicative of what has been a rough market for wide receivers, who aren't in particular demand this offseason because of what's viewed as a historically deep draft class at the position.
Allison, moreover, isn't coming off the best of seasons. Despite increased opportunity in Green Bay, the fifth-year wideout caught just 34 passes for 287 yards and two touchdowns in 2019. Just a year earlier, he got off to a fast start before a concussion and groin injury forced him to miss 11 games.
After going undrafted in 2016, Allison caught 89 passes for 1,045 yards and six touchdowns over four seasons with the Packers, mostly as a reserve.
Elsewhere in transactional news Sunday:
Darby is ranked No. 61 on NFL.com's "Top 101 free agents of 2020." The talented sixth-year DB, who played with the Bills his first two seasons, missed 20 games over the last three years in Philadelphia, including half the 2018 season because of a torn ACL. Darby played and started in 11 games in 2019, and accumulated 37 tackles, 11 passes defended and two interceptions.