3.) Damien Harris is on a prove-it deal
Just two years removed from a career year in 2021 (929 rushing yards and 15 touchdowns), it is still surprising how Brandon Beane was able to sign Harris on such a cheap deal. Harris has talked about how he likes the direction the Bills are going into, as well as the members within the organization.
With the culture and the team that Beane and Sean McDermott have built up since taking over the Bills, the Bills have been able to turn the franchise around for the better, which includes bringing impactful players in through free agency.
Even if Harris is not the main back in the offense, he still has the ability to prove that he can be a serviceable back in the NFL. At 26 years old, Harris can still be a valuable back in the league and with him joining the Bills, not only will he be able to get the Bills’ run-attack going but can also show the league that he can carry the rock as a main back.