It would be safe to assume the Buffalo Bills feel pretty good about their situation at running back.
After all, they've led the league in rushing the past two seasons, and have one of the NFL's top backs in LeSean McCoy and restricted free agent Mike Gillislee, who they appear determined to keep. In addition, they've added plenty of power with the free-agent additions of fullbacks Patrick DiMarco and Mike Tolbert.
Nevertheless, the Bills are reportedly one of three teams in pursuit of New Orleans Saints free-agent running back Travaris Cadet.
The others, according to Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle, are the New York Jets and the Saints, who would also like to have him.
Cadet excels at catching the ball out of the backfield. He had 40 receptions for the Saints last season and 38 in 2014. In 2015, Cadet signed with the New England Patriots, but was released after one game. He had a four-game stop with the San Francisco 49ers before returning to New Orleans.