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The Buffalo Bills have 'targeted' Reggie Bush as a replacement to Karlos Williams.

Jason La Canfora was the first to link the Bills and Bush and Ian Rapoport now says the Bills have 'targeted' Bush.

Ever since it was announced that Karlos Williams would be suspended for the first four games of the 2016 season, there has been some speculation that the Buffalo Bills add another running back to their roster. Jason La Canfora of CBS Sports was the first to link Reggie Bush to Buffalo.

La Canfora first said that he anticipated interest between Bush and the Bills. On Monday, La Canfora called Bush "the favorite" to land in Buffalo.

La Canfora is not the only writer to say the Bills have interest in Bush. Ian Rapoport is saying that the Bills have "targeted" the former USC back.

Perhaps the Bills sign Bush, but where does he fit on the team? Bush has had some success between the tackles in his career, but rookie Jonathan Williams and James Wilder Jr., can fill that role. As for backs who thrive in space, Buffalo has their lead back LeSean McCoy, as well as Mike Gillislee.

Bush, 31, is coming off of a torn meniscus and may not be able to beat out the backs currently on the team's roster. Whether he signs with the Bills is yet to be seen, but the interest is apparently there for Buffalo.


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