Latest Update: Just In Buffalo Bills Another Top Experienced Superstar Announced His Departure……..”

After Bills left, Browns RB “learned (his) lessons.”
Nyheim Hines stated on the “Up and Adams” podcast on Monday that he has “learned (his) lesson” from the jet ski mishap that occurred last summer.
Running back for the Cleveland Browns, “I could do better not putting myself in that situation,” stated. “Although it was an unusual incident, I’ve grown from that error. I’m not going to put myself in a position where I have to miss the entire season. I could say anything I wanted to about the Bills based on that, but ultimately it’s up to me. I ought not to have placed myself in that predicament.”
Hours before the 2022 trade deadline, the Buffalo Bills acquired Hines, who went on to play 11 games for the team that year, including two postseason games.

Against the New England Patriots in Week 18, the 2018 fourth-round pick in Western New York made a major impression by scoring his third and fourth career touchdowns on kickoff returns in Buffalo’s first game back following Damar Hamlin’s cardiac arrest.

Hines was struck by another jet skier in July of last year, resulting in an ACL tear. The 27-year-old Hines was allowed to walk free agency by the Bills after spending the previous season on injured reserve.

On March 13, the North Carolina State product inked a one-year contract with the Browns, where he will join D’Onta Foreman, Nick Chubb, and Jerome Ford in the backfield.

Hines’ finest season occurred in 2020, when he tied his career high for receptions (63) and set career highs in rushing attempts (89), rushing yards (380), receiving yards (482), receiving touchdowns (four), catch percentage (82.9 percent), touches (152), and yards from scrimmage (862). That year, Hines had the most punt returns (30) in the NFL.


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