NFL Rumors: Veteran Running Back Meets With Buffalo Bills

The Buffalo Bills have been active in the offseason, signing several new players to their roster. One area that the team has been looking to bolster is their running back position.

Recently, the Bills hosted veteran running back Latavius Murray for a free agency visit.

Murray, who is 33 years old, started the 2022 season on the practice squad of the New Orleans Saints but was later signed by the Denver Broncos due to their running back injuries. He played in 12 games for the Broncos, making seven starts, and recorded 186 touches for 827 yards and five touchdowns.

While Murray's age may be a concern for the Bills, his experience and solid track record make him an attractive option to compete for a spot on the team.

The Bills currently have Damien Harris, James Cook, and Nyheim Hines on their roster, but with only six draft picks this year, spending one on a running back might not be their priority.

Ultimately, it remains to be seen if Murray will join the Bills or if the team will look elsewhere to fill their running back needs. However, his visit to Buffalo suggests that the team is actively exploring all options to improve their roster ahead of the upcoming season. Photo Credit:  Nathan Ray Seebeck-USA TODAY Sports