2. Darrynton Evans, RB
The running back position has been in flux over the past year, as they have moved on from Devin Singletary and will now see what James Cook can do as the lead back. The team also signed former Patriots running back Damien Harris, who should get plenty of touches next to Cook as well.
Further down the depth chart, the Bills signed Latavius Murray to come in and function as a reserve, but he's a veteran who can step in on a moment's notice if he needs to. Nyheim Hines is now out for the season after an off-field injury, so that begs the question of whether Buffalo will keep three or four running backs.
Just a few weeks ago, the Bills made a few signings on the eve of training camp. Sternberger was one of them, with veteran running back Darrynton Evans being another one. Evans comes to the Bills after having spent time with the Tennessee Titans and Chicago Bears. In three years in the NFL, Evans has only rushed 30 times for 125 yards total.
Because of his lack of experience and, quite frankly, overall skill level, Evans won't end up on this Bills roster. Instead, I think the undrafted rookie Jordan Mims, out of Fresno State, has a better shot at sticking around if the team keeps a fourth back.