The Bills are still alive in the playoff race, but will be without backup running back Travaris Cadet for the rest of the season because of a dislocated ankle he suffered vs. the Patriots, reports Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle (Twitter link). Wilson adds that the 28-year-old will have is ankle reset on Wednesday and should be on track to make a full recovery in 12 weeks. The former undrafted free agent had carved out a bit of a role in Buffalo as the change of pace back when LeSean McCoy was off the field. Cadet was cut by the Jets back in October, but quickly caught on with division rival Bills for the past six games.
Bills RB Travaris Cadet Out For The Season
Pro Football Rumors | Dec 25