While it seems clear that GM Doug Whaley’s mantra that “competition brings out the best in everybody” will be in full effect at a number of positions, Eagles RB LeSean McCoy thinks he’s got Buffalo’s backfield rotation figured out.
The Bills engineered one of five trades during the NFL Draft to pry RB Bryce Brown away from the Eagles, prompting McCoy to offer his thoughts on Brown’s role in Buffalo.
@BryceBrown_34 my boy it’s been fun… Good luck with everything and knowing what they got and knowing what they getting lol starter day 1
— Lesean McCoy (@CutonDime25) May 10, 2014
So while Bryce Brown has been a starter in the league, and shown the ability to do things like this:
Bills captain Fred Jackson – one of the best running backs in NFL history for his age – welcomes the challenge.
The Buffalo stable of backs currently includes mainstays Spiller (a Pro Bowler) and Jackson, with Anthony Allen, Anthony Dixon, Frank Summers, and Ronnie Wingo also in the mix.
— Anthony Dixon (@Boobie24Dixon) May 10, 2014
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