Buffalo Bills will once again be back in the market for a running back in 2024
The Buffalo Bills have solidified the running back position for this season with the addition of Damien Harris. However, this is not a long-term solution and general manager Brandon Beane will once again looking at running backs next offseason.
The Bills only signed Damien Harris to a one-year deal and Nyheim Hines will be entering the final year of his contract. There is also a significant change the team could release Hines next offseason with a cap hit near $6 million and none of it guaranteed.
The good news is that running back is one of the positions that may be the easiest to find value and there will be running backs later in NFL Drafts that can provide significant snaps as a rookie. There is also a chance that the Bills could look to bring Damien Harris back if he plays this past season.
The options will certainly be there but it will be a position that the Buffalo Bills will once again have to address next offseason.