Buffalo Bills’ recent signee, Leonard Fournette, inked on October 30, is yet to make his debut, but coach Sean McDermott hints at an imminent appearance.
Fournette, brought in following Damien Harris’s injury, currently resides on the practice squad but is poised for a potential promotion to the active roster.
McDermott, contemplating Fournette’s call-up, foresees this transition occurring within the next few weeks, suggesting a prospective shift in the role dynamics for the Bills, who stand at a 5-5 record.
Fournette, a highly sought-after free agent, opted for Buffalo, citing it as his optimal opportunity and expressing enthusiasm for a new beginning.
"I think they need that right now!"
— One Bills Live (@OneBillsLive) November 14, 2023
The Bills are in the midst of offensive adjustments, having dismissed coordinator Ken Dorsey and instated Joe Brady in a bid to revitalize the team, particularly in light of playoff ambitions.