Running back Tashard Choice reached agreement on a new contract with the Buffalo Bills, both he and his representatives reported Friday. Choice, 28, played the last season and a half with the Bills after being claimed off waivers from Washington in November 2011. His contract ran out after last season. Choice, 5-foot-9 and 210 pounds, is a five-year NFL veteran who has served as the Bills’ No. 3 running back. He averaged 7.8 snaps a game, or 12 percent of the offensive plays, last season. Most of his snaps came as a fill-in on third down or in the red zone. Choice rushed 47 times for 193 yards and caught four passes in 2012. In Washington, D.C., meanwhile, tight end Fred Davis re-signed with the Redskins a day after visiting with the Bills.
Bills keep Choice with one-year deal
Buffalo News | Mar 30