Former Dolphin RB Frank Gore intends to jump ship, sign with Buffalo

Tyler Kroft to land with Bills after Bengals re-sign C.J. Uzomah

Tyler Kroft to land with Bills after Bengals re-sign C.J. Uzomah

In Buffalo, Gore will team up in the backfield with LeSean McCoy, who put up a career-low 514 yards in 2018. Kroft fractured his foot in a Week 5 game against the Miami Dolphins on October 7 but continued to stay on the active roster in hopes he could return that year.

The Buffalo Bills on Monday agreed to a three-year deal with former Cincinnati Bengals tight end Tyler Kroft, his agent announced on Twitter.

To keep up with the latest Bills news and signings, here's a full tracker of all things involving the Bills as 2019 free agency kicks off. Gore's reported terms are for one season at a cost of $2M.

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I thought he was going to get out of the way in the second corner, and he didn't, and I nearly wrecked him. You have to try to get out of the way if somebody is coming in your lap. "He killed me in one corner".

"The goal is to come back one more year", Gore told the South Florida Sun Sentinel in December. Hopefully the Dolphins can re-sign me - that would be big.

Gore played in 14 games last season with the Miami Dolphins, rushing for 722 yards on 156 carries in a platoon role with Kenyan Drake and company.

Gore finished last season on injured reserve after suffering a left foot injury against the Minnesota Vikings on December 16, ending his streaks of starting 122 consecutive games and playing in 126 consecutive games.

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