Draughn carried the ball just once for two yards and failed to haul in his lone target in Sunday's 45-16 loss to the Bills.

Draughn was expected to be a change-of-pace and receiving back for the 49ers this season, but poor play has resulted in very limited playing time. He was only on the field for five of the 49ers' 61 offensive snaps. Colin Kaepernick -- who took over the team's starting quarterback duties -- doesn't check down to his running backs as often as Blaine Gabbert did, so Draughn's skills as a pass catcher may continue to sit on the sideline going forward.

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