The Buffalo Bills are, without a doubt, one of the best all-around teams in the NFL today, with promising young quarterback Josh Allen under center and the team potentially on the verge of winning a Super Bowl title for the first time in franchise history.
Although the Bills are talented on both sides of the football and considered a perennial title contender, the competition in the AFC is only getting better, with the Kansas City Chiefs as dominant as ever and the Cincinnati Bengals being a team on the rise.
That being said, the Bills need to keep their roster stacked and ready for another 17-game grind, which is why the team is still looking to improve offensively.
According to ESPN’s Field Yates, Buffalo brought in veteran running back Latavious Murray for a visit.
The Bills hosted veteran RB Latavius Murray on a free agency visit.
— Field Yates (@FieldYates) April 12, 2023
With Devin Singletary leaving Buffalo in favor of the Houston Texans during this NFL offseason, the Bills brought in former New England Patriots running back Damien Harris to help fill the void.
Although Harris is an ideal replacement for Singletary, the team is still looking to bolster its backfield, and Murray is an intriguing option, considering his success during his NFL career thus far.
Murray has bounced around the league since leaving the then-Oakland Raiders in 2017, playing for the Minnesota Vikings, New Orleans Saints, Baltimore Ravens and Denver Broncos.
Murray earned Pro Bowl honors in his second season with the Raiders when he rushed for over 1,000 yards and six touchdowns.
The following season in Oakland, Murray rushed for 12 touchdowns but hasn’t come close to that total since then.NEXT: The Bills Are Re-Signing A Veteran Defensive End