The Buffalo Bills aren’t done looking for running back help. The team brought in T.J. Yeldon for a visit Tuesday, having already signed Frank Gore this offseason. The Bills also have LeSean McCoy on the roster.

The visit from Yeldon was reported by Adam Schefter of ESPN.

TJ Yeldon is still looking for a new home after spending the first four years of his career with the Jacksonville Jaguars. The Alabama product never lived up to his second round draft status, but he had some productive years in Jacksonville.

With Leonard Fournette frequently hurt, Yeldon was Jacksonville’s starter at times last season. In 14 games and five starts, Yeldon carried the ball 104 times for 414 yards and a touchdown. He has always been more of a pass-catching threat in the NFL. He reeled in 55 receptions for 487 yards and another four touchdowns last season.

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The last time we saw Yeldon — though not on the field — was in Week 17 last season, when both he and Fournette were inactive. TV cameras captured them sitting on the bench together, uninterested and refusing to watch the game or stand on the sideline.

Jaguars vice president of football operations Tom Coughlin ripped them both after the game, calling them “selfish” and “disrespectful.” It wasn’t a good look for Yeldon, and it’s possible that incident has negatively affected his free agency.

Yeldon met with the New England Patriots last week, but didn’t end up signing. If he does ink a deal with Buffalo, he’ll start off buried on the depth chart. The Bills want to reduce McCoy’s workload, and Gore doesn’t offer a ton in the passing game, so Yeldon could carve out a role on third downs.