Lamar Miller apparently has bigger plans for himself than joining the Patriots’ practice squad.
New England on Saturday released the 29-year-old running back, who is attempting to come back from ACL surgery. Miller last played in 2018 with the Houston Texans.
He plans to visit the Buffalo Bills on Monday, according to ESPN’s Adam Schefter.
That Miller is visiting another team hardly guarantees him a spot in their 53-man roster. Moreover, he might find it difficult landing on any organization’s opening day roster.
So, there still is a chance he returns to the Patriots, who reportedly could lose running back Damien Harris for a few weeks due to a hand injury.
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