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1. He's returning to a familiar division. Ivory, 29, played the best football of his career for the New York Jets from 2013-15. Over that time, he played in 46 games, making 30 starts, and rushed 627 times for 2,724 yards and 16 touchdowns while adding 50 catches for 350 yards and two scores. He carried 29 times for a career-best 166 yards in a Week 3 win over the Miami Do…

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The Buffalo Bills have one less need before next week's start of free agency. The team announced Tuesday that it has signed former Jaguars running back Chris Ivory. He figures to replace Mike Tolbert as the primary backup to LeSean McCoy in 2018. “I’m just here to work hard and when my number’s called, be ready to perform,” Ivory said on a conference call with the We…

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INDIANAPOLIS – The only need for the Buffalo Bills at running back is behind starter LeSean McCoy. That was the message Wednesday at the NFL Scouting Combine from both General Manager Brandon Beane and coach Sean McDermott. “I expect him back and he’ll be a big part of what we’re doing in 2018,” Beane said. McCoy, who will be 30 at the start of the 2018 season, ha…

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Paul Posluszny was two steps behind but probably couldn't see him through the exhaust fumes. LeSean McCoy was gone. On the first play out of halftime, the Buffalo Bills were on their own 25-yard line. Tyrod Taylor took the snap out of a pistol formation, pivoted to his left and tucked the ball between McCoy's forearms. McCoy locked his left hand, surgically repair…

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LeSean McCoy's first seven carries were for minus-2 yards. His next two traveled 82 yards and crossed the goal line twice. McCoy, his surgically repaired left thumb in a splint, started terribly Sunday against the Jacksonville Jaguars. But he turned into a slasher right before halftime and lifted the Bills to a 28-21 victory over the Jacksonville Jaguars. The lead…