AFC East Notes: Bills, Bush, Foster, Dolphins

Here’s a look at the AFC East:

  • The Bills and Reggie Bush are still talking, a source with knowledge of the situation tells Mike Florio of Pro Football Talk. A little over a week ago, it was reported that Buffalo made an offer to the former No. 2 overall pick. Florio hears that the Bills view Bush as a running back with a similar style to starter LeSean McCoy and they also believe that he can help the team as a punt returner.
  • Several Bills veterans find themselves on the roster bubble, including fullback Jerome Felton, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News writes. The Bills would save only $350K by cutting Felton, but they would also get him off the books for 2017 if they release him. Felton’s first year in Buffalo was a bust and the team could instead turn to UDFA Glenn Gronkowski at the fullback position, as shown on Roster Resource.
  • James Walker of wonders if durability is a concern for Dolphins running backs, including new addition Arian Foster. Foster, 29, has missed 23 games in the past three seasons due to multiple injuries. Miami is hoping that the seven-year veteran will add some leadership to a group that includes youngsters Jay Ajayi and Kenyan Drake, but he won’t bring much to the table if his past ailments return.
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  1. The Bills would be better off taking a flyer on Ray Rice at the minimum. He’s done enough to earn another chance. Two years out of the league is a great motivator and let’s your body heal completely. I’m sure his wife wants him to get another chance, and she was the injured party after all.

  2. White and the Bills would make sense together. They need another wide out and are probably 50/50 to make the playoffs.


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