WATCH: Titusville Native, Former UCF Knight Latavius Murray Signs One-Year Deal With Buffalo Bills

MURRAY: I’m Motivated To Win A Super Bowl

ABOVE VIDEO: Buffalo Bills Running Back Latavius Murray meets with the media after signing a 1-year deal. Topics Include: growing up in Syracuse, what he can bring to the Buffalo Bills offense, reuniting with Stefon Diggs, offseason training, going into his 11th season, being a good fit for the Buffalo Bills, and his motivation to win a Super Bowl.

(ESPN.COM) – The Bills added a veteran presence to the team’s running backs room, signing Latavius Murray to a one-year deal just two days after the 2023 NFL draft concluded.

The Bills did not address the position in the draft but did sign former Fresno State running back Jordan Mims to a deal as an undrafted free agent following the draft.

The 33-year-old Murray, a Syracuse native who also earned an MBA from Syracuse in 2020, becomes the second-oldest player on the Bills’ roster (behind Von Miller) and adds experience to a running backs room that is headlined by 2022 second-round pick James Cook.

Bills general manager Brandon Beane said Monday he reached an agreement to sign Murray during the final day of the draft on Saturday by informing the player that he’d stay away from selecting a running back with Buffalo’s final three selections.

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