It may be the era of running back by committee, but the Buffalo Bills may even be a little too stacked in their backfield.
After surprising many by taking C.J. Spiller with the ninth overall pick, the Bills created a running back trio of Spiller, Marshawn Lynch, and Fred Jackson.
On a team with so many holes, that seems a little unnecessary.
Many expected Spiller to simply fill the third down back role and contribute as a return man, but Jason La Canfora has reported that Spiller is taking reps with the starters.
Moving Lynch, a Pro Bowler in 2008, would make sense for Buffalo if they could get draft picks in their rebuilding effort.
The Rams, Seahawks and Broncos have been rumored as potential suitors, says ESPN.