It was expected that Sproles would retire after the 2017 season following a torn ACL, but instead, him missing so much time that season gave him motivation to come back in 2018. It could be the same type of reasoning this time around, as he ended up missing 10 games last season with a hamstring injury. Despite the recent injuries, he does sit sixth all-time with 19,520 all-purpose yards, and is just 162 such yards away from passing Tim Brown for fifth place all-time. He will have at least one more season to do so.
The Buffalo Bills had a plot twist thrown their way on Friday, as safety Rafael Bush announced his retirement after nine years in the NFL. The news comes just one week before the Bills' training camp begins, so they wasted little time finding Bush's replacement. And that would be former New Orleans Saint and Carolina Panther Kurt Coleman, whom the Bills signed to a one-year contract that same day. The team made Bush's move official by placing him on the reserved/retired list, making room for Coleman on their 91-man roster. The new addition has 132 NFL games for his career, with 21 interceptions, two of which that have been returned for touchdowns.