Latest Update: Just IN Buffalo Bills Are IN Talk To Sign Kansas City Chiefs Top Sensational Star

This offseason, the Buffalo Bills need a running back. Latavius Murray, an experienced running back, is still unsigned, so the Bills need depth behind James Cook, the starter. In a recent ESPN article, running back Clyde Edwards-Helaire of the Kansas City Chiefs was linked to the Bills as one of the “perfect fits” for available free agents.
Joe Brady, the former LSU assistant who is currently the offensive coordinator for the Bills, oversaw Edwards-Helaire’s finest collegiate season. James Cook is without a doubt Buffalo’s top back, but Edwards-Helaire and Ty Johnson may compete for reserve duty, according to ESPN.

Next month, Edwards-Helaire will be 25. As Isiah Pacheco’s backup last season, he totaled 411 yards from scrimmage for the Chiefs. The Chiefs rejected his fifth-year option, thus he is a free agent this season. Despite not living up to his potential to be selected in the first round, Edwards-Helaire has two Super Bowl rings and system experience. Edwards-Helaire is not the Bills’ primary running back, but he is a strong backup who can step in if Cook is hurt. Related: Kincaid remarks that their chemistry is “still a work in progress” with Josh Allen. To compete with Johnson for touches, the Bills should select a different running back in the draft, even if Edwards-Helaire signs a one-year contract.


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