Latavius Murray - Running back
Latavius Murray had a solid season with the Bills, particularly in pass-blocking situations. At age 34, he is the oldest running back in the league, and don't forget, Damien Harris is still around too, albeit a free agent but the Bills might be able to get him back on a one-year deal for the minimum; however, I think the more likely scenario is using the draft to grab a late-round running back as the team's third option.
Murray finished the season with 79 carries and 300 yards for only a 3.8 yards per carry average, the lowest of his career. He also chipped in 17 receptions for 117 yards and four total touchdowns. As I mentioned, I think the Bills will look to the draft this season for a late-round running back to slot in behind James Cook and Ty Johnson.