Latavius Murray is signing a one-year deal with the Buffalo Bills per ESPN’s Adam Schefter on Twitter.
Fantasy Impact: Veteran Latavius Murray joins the Buffalo backfield alongside James Cook and Damien Harris, with the hopes he can carve out a role on early downs. Murray performed well when Denver scooped him up during the middle of last season after Javonte Williams went down with a devastating knee injury. In 12 games from Weeks 6-18, Murray was the RB24 in half-point scoring, averaging 10.3 points per game (RB30). He was PFF’s 10th-highest graded rusher (82.8) and averaged 15 touches per game. Murray also averaged nearly 70 yards from scrimmage and three targets per game. Not too shabby for the 33-year-old running back. Murray will also reunite with former Raiders RB coach and current Bills RB coach Kelly Skipper after the two spent the 2014 season in Oakland during Murray’s second season.
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