The Buffalo Bills could replace Devin Singletary with Miles Sanders
Another back coming off his rookie deal like Singletary, Miles Sanders enjoyed the best season of his career last year. The Philadelphia Eagles’ running back ran for 1,269 yards and 11 touchdowns in 2022. He isn’t much of a pass-catching running back, but that’s where Cook would come in and excel.
Sanders is a former second-round pick, but up until last year hadn’t shown much of being worthy of an extension. That’s why the Eagles very well could be fine without him. However, at the right price, Sanders would be an upgrade over Singletary.
At just 25 years old, Sanders would actually be worth handing a multi-year deal if the BIlls could get him below his projected market value. Surprisingly, Spotrac has his market value listed at $7.2 million per year. That seems a bit high for someone who is coming off his only 1,000-yard campaign last year.
But, if the Bills could somehow get him to sign for around $5 million annually, that bargain would be well-worth exploring.