IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Sun 4/26/20 5:25 PM

Gore, currently an unrestricted free agent, seemingly had his chances of returning to the Bills significantly reduced when the team selected Utah's Zack Moss in the third round this weekend.

EDGE Analysis

Devin Singletary and Moss now line up as the team's 1-2 punch for the foreseeable future, while Gore is far too long in the tooth to serve as a pass-catching, change-of-pace option. That role is expected to go to T.J. Yeldon, with Taiwan Jones and Christian Wade also in the fold. Gore has expressed interest in continuing his career as a soon-to-be 37-year-old, but it appears more likely -- following the 2020 Draft Weekend -- that he'll have to convince some other team he can serve as an occasional yardage compiler and valuable locker room presence.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Wed 3/4/20 2:43 PM

Gore intends to continue his career through at least the 2020 season, Andrew Groover of NFL Network reports.

EDGE Analysis

Gore, an impending unrestricted free agent, will kick off his 16th NFL season in 2020. Entering his age-37 campaign, Gore won't have any teams asking him to serve as the primary option out of the backfield, but he could offer some utility as part of a committee in addition to the positive presence he provides in the locker room. Though his usage has dropped off in recent years, Gore has still managed to put together back-to-back seasons with at least 150 carries. He expressed interest in reuniting with the Dolphins in January.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Fri 1/31/20 3:32 PM

Gore said he would love to play for the Dolphins in 2020, Barry Jackson of The Miami Herald reports.

EDGE Analysis

Gore grew up in South Florida, attended the University of Miami, and played for the Dolphins in 2018. Interest in a reunion isn't necessarily mutual, considering he produced a career-worst 3.6 yards per carry in 2019 for Buffalo. The average partially was dragged down by Gore's short-yardage role, though his struggles in that area -- two touchdowns on 11 carries inside the five-yard line -- could inspire the Bills to pursue an upgrade this offseason. Gore can become an unrestricted free agent in mid-March, two months before his 37th birthday. It sounds like he wants to play another season, or at least assess his offers in free agency.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Sun 1/5/20 11:05 AM

Gore hasn't made a decision about whether to continue his NFL career in 2020, Sal Capaccio of WGR Sports Radio 550 Buffalo reports.

EDGE Analysis

On a Week 12 run against the Broncos, Gore passed Barry Sanders to become the league's third-leading rusher of all time. Having said that, Gore took a back seat to rookie Devin Singletary down the stretch and averaged less than three yards per carry in eight of his final 10 appearances (including playoffs). Gore again is an unrestricted free agent this offseason, so if he opts to return and finds another home, the 36-year-old could be playing with his fourth team in as many campaigns.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Sun 12/29/19 4:21 PM

Gore rushed six times for 26 yards and caught three of four targets for another 16 yards in Sunday's 13-6 loss to the Jets.

EDGE Analysis

Gore will serve as the No. 2 running back behind Devin Singletary when the Bills travel to Houston for the wild-card round. The 36-year-old running back finishes what could be the final regular season of his outstanding career with 599 yards and two touchdowns on 166 carries and 100 receiving yards on 13 catches. If Gore retires after this season, he'll finish third on the league's all-time rushing list behind only Emmitt Smith and Walter Payton.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Sun 12/29/19 12:30 PM

Gore is not among the inactives for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Jets, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

The Bills are sitting most of their key veterans in a meaningless finale, including No. 1 back Devin Singletary, so there's a chance Gore sees more carries than he's been getting since the former took over his job. That said, it's still a risky proposition, given Buffalo is running a shell of its normal offense, and the team may also use what's essentially a practice game to see what it has in T.J. Yeldon and Senorise Perry.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Mon 12/16/19 1:22 AM

Gore rushed 10 times for 15 yards in Sundays 17-10 win over the Steelers.

EDGE Analysis

Gore trailed starter Devin Singletary (21 carries) by a decent margin yet again, but the 10 carries were the highest total the veteran has received since Week 12. Still, it has become clear that Gore is the backup in this offense, giving him a low fantasy ceiling as the season comes to a close. A rough matchup against a staunch Patriots defense on Saturday doesn't help his case.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Fri 12/13/19 1:42 PM

Gore (illness) doesn't carry a Week 15 injury designation after practicing fully Friday.

EDGE Analysis

Gore sat out Thursday's practice, but he'll be good to go Sunday against the Steelers. That said, considering that he's taken a back seat to fellow running back Devin Singletary over the last couple of weeks, the veteran's fantasy utility is limited at this stage.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Thu 12/12/19 3:14 PM

Gore (illness) sat out Thursday's practice, Chris Brown of the Bills' official site reports.

EDGE Analysis

As long as the veteran back is able to practice in some capacity Friday, he should be okay for Sunday's game against the Steelers. Gore has taken a back seat to fellow running back Devin Singletary of late, which limits his fantasy utility, in any case.

IRFrank Gore
RB NYJ (10)
Mon 12/9/19 12:25 PM

Gore rushed four times for six yards and was not targeted in the passing game during Sunday's loss to Baltimore.

EDGE Analysis

Gore played just 19 percent of the offensive snaps compared to 81 percent for rookie Devin Singletary, who went over 100 scrimmage yards for the third straight game and is starting to look just as important to the offense as Josh Allen and John Brown. With just two or three weeks left in the fantasy season, you should not be holding onto Gore if you didn't listen the first few times. He's had a wonderful career and still holds value to the Bills as a leader that can spell Singletary on occasion, but there's at least a small possibility the Bills may activate T.J. Yeldon or give Senorise Perry a couple of looks just to try to get something more than Gore's sluggish production, as the 36-year-old has averaged 2.5 yards or less per carry in five of the last six games.