BBD Staff Writer: Glenn Gifford
With an aging Fred Jackson and a pending C.J. Spiller contract negotiation on the horizon by 2016, the Buffalo Bills may targeting a running back in the middle rounds of the 2014 NFL Draft. Two running backs that could be options for the Bills in the middle rounds are former Penn State Nittany Lion turned USC Trojan Silas Redd, and Western Kentucky Hilltopper Antonio Andrews.
Both backs would represent a nice change to the slick and shifty running style of CJ Spiller. Redd and Andrews usually do their between the tackles, and they both have the ability to break tackles and get the tough extra yards. Let’s take a brief look at both players and why they could be Buffalo Bills considerations in the 2014 draft.