The Bills made deals to bring in more talent around Josh Allen, as they reached agreements with Frank Gore, Mitch Morse and Tyler Kroft.
Bills have agreed with Frank Gore on a 1-year, $2 million deal, per source.
— Adam Schefter (@AdamSchefter) March 11, 2019
Gore, 35, is getting a one-year, $2 million deal after spending time with the San Francisco 49ers, Indianapolis Colts and Miami Dolphins. The running back ranks fourth all-time in rushing yards with 14,748 in his career. He’ll share carries in the backfield with LeSean McCoy.
Morse, 26, has started 49 games over the last few seasons for the Kansas City Chiefs. The Bills signed Russell Bodine to replace Eric Wood before last season, but Morse figures to be the starter now.
Kroft, 26, spent the first part of his career with the Cincinnati Bengals. The tight end hauled in 67 passes for 661 yards and eight touchdowns.
The Bills were also able to reach an agreement with former first-round pick Kevin Johnson, who started his career with the Texans. His career has been plagued by injuries, but he has started 18 games with 14 passes defended in his first four years in the league.