TAMPA, Fla (WFLA) The Tampa Bay Buccaneers capped a night of furious NFL activity by reportedly agreeing to terms for Cleveland Browns wide receiver Breshad Perriman. The move happened about an hour after a blockbuster trade between the Browns the New York Giants for wide receiver Odell Beckham Jr.

ESPN reported the Perriman deal with Tampa Bay, citing an agreement between Perriman’s agent Drew Rosenhaus and Browns general manager John Dorsey, releasing him from a pending deal to remain with Cleveland.

Perriman appeared in 10 games for the Browns in 2018, registering 340 receiving yards and scoring two touchdowns. The former UCF star left the Baltimore Ravens after two seasons.

On Monday, the Bucs reached a deal with the Philadelphia Eagles to send wide receiver DeSean Jackson to Philadelphia. That move, combined with free agent Adam Humphries signing with the Tennessee Titans, left the Bucs without two of their top four receivers from 2018. 

Perriman will fit in on the depth chart and will likely compete with Chris Godwin for the number two receiver spot, opposite Mike Evans.