The Bills Have Signed A Veteran Running Back

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The Buffalo Bills had Super Bowl aspirations going into the playoffs after finishing the regular season in 2022 with a 13-3 record.

But despite their best efforts, they were defeated by the Cincinnati Bengals in the divisional round.

In order to strengthen their rosters in preparation for the upcoming season, many teams utilised the 2023 offseason.

The Bills have been very quiet so far, but according to Adam Schefter, they just signed Latavius Murray to a one-year contract.

Murray has played in the NFL for eleven years, and the Bills will be his sixth team.

Murray gained 703 yards with the Denver Broncos last season, primarily filling in for injured Javonte Williams.

Murray showed that he still has plenty of petrol in the tank at the age of 33.

If Murray’s signing with the Bills is any indicator, the squad will be ready to compete and make a strong postseason run.

The Bills selected James Cook, who will serve as the team’s starting running back, in the second round of last year’s draft.

Murray’s experience should help Cook establish himself as a more effective team leader as he seeks to advance his NFL career.

Murray will also be able to relieve some of Cook’s pressure, which will help the Bills’ running game.

Murray has a history of catching a good deal of passes throughout his career.

Murray will be another passing game tool for Josh Allen if he is utilized in that manner in Buffalo.

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