The Bills announced Wednesday that the team has signed fullback Jerome Felton. The signing comes on the heels of the Bills' acquisition of LeSean McCoy to serve as the team's lead running back. "I got to meet LeSean Tuesday and we hit it off right off the bat," Felton said, per the team's website. "We're going to have a good year and I told him life is going to get easier for him. We're both excited about it. I played with another great running back in Minnesota and LeSean is cut from the same cloth so I'm looking forward to it." Felton's four-year deal is set to pay him $9.2 million, and the fullback will receive $4 million in guaranteed money, per ESPN.com. He'll count $1.75 million against the cap in 2015.
The Bills are signing former Vikings fullback Jerome Felton, reports NFL Network's Ian Rapoport. He opted out of his contract after spending the past three seasons in Minnesota.
The Bills have agreed to terms with fullback Jerome Felton, according to Vic Carucci of the Buffalo News on Tuesday. Felton is line for a four-year deal worth $2.3 million. He will turn 29 in July.
The Bills "hope to sign" fullback Jerome Felton, who would serve as the lead blocker for recently acquired LeSean McCoy, reports CBS Sports NFL Insider Jason La Canfora. Felton spent the past three seasons in Minnesota, then opted out of his contract. He made the Pro Bowl in 2012 when he helped Adrian Peterson rush for 2,097 yards.
Vikings fullback Jerome Felton told ESPN.com he's opted out of his contract, making him a free agent. Felton had a $2.45 million non-guaranteed option he could have exercised. But Felton told the St. Paul Pioneer Press he didn't expect the team to keep him at that price. Now he can find a better fit on the open market.
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