Breida agreed to a contract with the Giants on Monday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Breida will provide the Giants with some much-needed backfield depth behind Saquon Barkley following the team's release of Devontae Booker. In nine games with the Bills last season, the 27-year-old speedster carried 26 times for 125 yards and a TD and caught seven of his nine targets for 72 yards and a pair of receiving scores. For now, Breida's competitors for complementary work behind Barkley are Gary Brightwell and Antonio Williams.
Breida (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against Kansas City. Breida will be a healthy scratch for the fourth time in the last five games. Devin Singletary and Zack Moss will handle Buffalo's backfield duties once again.
Breida (coach's decision) is inactive Saturday against the Patriots. For the third time in four games, Breida won't be part of the Bills offense, leaving the backfield to usual suspects Devin Singletary and Zack Moss.
Breida (coach's decision) will be a healthy scratch Week 17 against Atlanta. With Breida sidelined for the second consecutive week, Zack Moss will once again be tasked with serving as the primary backup to starting running back Devin Singletary. Taiwan Jones is also on hand to serve in his regular special-teams role.
Breida will be a healthy scratch Week 16 against the Patriots. Breida was the only Buffalo running back other than Devin Singletary to receive a carry Week 15 against Carolina, but he was limited to just three offensive snaps and did not see a target in the passing game. Fellow running back Zack Moss was a healthy scratch for that contest, but Moss has managed to avoid the inactive list this week and will presumably be taking on the backup role in Breida's stead.
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