The Buffalo Bills began the offseason by getting older at running back. A recent roster move could lead to the team getting younger at the position.
The Buffalo Bills were expected to make a move at running back this offseason.
The moves began with the signing of Frank Gore, giving the team quite the veteran group in the backfield.
While that may have alarmed some fans, the Bills followed up by letting go of Chris Ivory this week. This move seems to signal a desire to add a younger back to the group later on this offseason.
It is important not to make rash judgments during any offseason. While signing Gore first gave the Bills a historically old backfield, it was not the only move that was going to be made. This is a similar discipline needed when teams decide to let go of several players early on, only to sign and draft replacements a few months later.
Instant reaction is the name of the game now and that can sometimes take the fun out of certain things. Hopefully no one lost hope in the team’s ability to add talent in the backfield already, as it appears the team will add a running back in April’s draft.
We look at this news and more in today’s Morning Charge.
Buffalo Bills News:
Bills make a wise move to move on from Chris Ivory (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
The Bills were likely to move on from either Ivory or LeSean McCoy this offseason and took the easy route in this case.
A potential trade target to bolster the defensive line (BuffaLowDown, Steven Kubitza)
The Bills need help along the defensive line. One perennial Pro Bowler could end up being available via a trade.
Matt Milano updates his injury rehab schedule (Buffalo Rumblings, Kyle Trimble)
The Bills need Matt Milano on the field in 2019 and the early signs from his rehab this offseason are positive.
Antonio Brown makes it clear: He wanted no part of Bills (The Buffalo News, Mark Gaughan)
We end with the latest Antonio Brown news involving the Bills.
This guy really doesn’t like Buffalo, and the city feels the same about him.