The Bills have released RB Leonard Fournette from their practice squad.
Fournette appeared in two regular season games for the Bills at the end of the season, totaling 40 rushing yards on 12 carries. The veteran running back will now look for a new home for the 2024 season.
The Bills have elevated RB Leonard Fournette for Sunday’s matchup with Miami.
Fournette will make his second appearance of the season for the Bills after last playing in Week 16. The veteran will likely mix into the rotation in the final game of the season, but will not carry much fantasy value for those playing in Week 18.
Leonard Fournette rushed the ball five times for 20 yards in Buffalo's 24-22 win over the Los Angeles Chargers on Saturday.
Fournette has been a member of the Bills for a few weeks now, but he finally got his first taste of in-game action on Saturday. He got five carries and was able to turn that into a solid 20 yards. It feels unlikely that he finds any sort of fantasy relevance at this point in his career, but he could prove to be a pest on the goal line for Josh Allen or James Cook in the future.
The Bills have elevated RB Leonard Fournette ahead of their Week 16 game against the Chargers.
Fournette has yet to play in 2023 but is a well-known fantasy commodity. With the possibility of Buffalo gaining a significant lead against Los Angeles, Fournette has some value in deep leagues or those desperate and hoping for a garbage-time TD.