Buffalo Bills Could Cut Running Back This Offseason

According to The Athletic's Joe Buscaglia, running back Nyheim Hines is a realistic cap-casualty option for the Buffalo Bills.

Buscaglia writes, "the Bills could save more money by cutting Hines than on any other non-core player, and it isn't close. The cap hit likely needs to be addressed as is."

There is a chance that the Bills could bring Hines back on a reworked deal but, regardless, his $5 million cap hit is unmanageable for the team as they try to put more money around their core. 

After joining the Bills at the trade deadline, the twenty-six-year-old rushed six times for -3 yards, in addition to five receptions for 53 yards and a touchdown. He brought all his value in his return game, however, returning 19 kickoffs for 554 yards and two touchdowns.
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