The Buffalo Bills have reportedly become the team to beat for former Buckeyes free agent, Ezekiel Elliott
Last week, the Dallas Cowboys released Ezekiel Elliott, casting doubt on the former Ohio State Buckeyes star's future.
Now, though, there doesn't seem to be much doubt that he might already be on the road to locating a new residence.
The Buffalo Bills are reportedly a "unanimous" choice among teams and agents to sign Elliott, per reports
"Buffalo is looking for a large back, and Ezekiel fulfils that box, according to a league source, reasoning on the Bills.
Although this connection between Elliott and the Bills generally doesn't imply much, it does exist. Maybe, though, this circumstance is starting to stand out
Elliott can still add a tonne of value to a contender even though, should he sign with the Bills, he probably wouldn't be an RB1.
From a personnel perspective, a running back with Elliott's traits may be a good fit for Buffalo.
Elliott's presence would be beneficial for the offence in the long run, even though he won't be fully removing this from his game any time soon.