Heading to Buffalo
The Bills and Harris agreed to terms on a one-year contract Monday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
After losing Devin Singletary to the Texans earlier Monday, the Bills were in need of reinforcements at running back. Harris is the first to join holdovers James Cook and Nyheim Hines. Considering that Cook and Hines ring in at 190 and 196 pounds, respectively, the 5-foot-11, 213-pound Harris becomes the top candidate for early down and short-yardage work with his new squad. In the first four seasons of his career with the Patriots, Harris averaged 4.7 yards and scored 20 touchdowns on his 449 carries across 38 games while also hauling in 40 of 51 targets for 281 more yards.
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Signs rookie deal
Kincaid signed a four-year deal Saturday, Alec White of the Bills' official site reports.
Officially a Bill
Shorter was one of five rookie draft picks signed by Buffalo on Thursday, Maddy Glab of the Bills' official site reports.
Slated to work alongside Cook
Following the 2023 NFL Draft, Harris is in line to work in a Buffalo backfield that also includes James Cook, Nyheim Hines and Latavius Murray, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.
Inks one-year deal with Buffalo
Buffalo signed Murray to a one-year contract Monday.
Links up with Buffalo
The Bills selected Shorter in the fifth round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 150th overall.
New competition in TE room
Dawson will likely face some competition for targets after the Bills selected Dalton Kincaid in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft on Thursday.
Goes to Buffalo in late first round
The Bills selected Kincaid in the first round of the 2023 NFL Draft, 25th overall.
Signs four-year extension
Bass signed a four-year extension worth up to $21 million Thursday, Peter Schrager of FoxSports.com reports.
Not at Bills' voluntary workouts
General manager Brandon Beane confirmed Diggs didn't report for the start of the Bills' offseason workout program Monday, according to Matt Parrino of New York Upstate.
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May be able to play early in 2023
Miller (knee) said Tuesday that he feels great and is confident he'll be ready "early in the season," but he hasn't started doing any football activities yet, Alaina Getzenberg of ESPN.com reports.