Bills RB Travaris Cadet Suffers Dislocated Ankle

     

Aaron Wilson, citing a league source, reports that Bills running back Travaris Cadet suffered a dislocated ankle during Sunday’s game and the plan is to have doctors reset his ankle on Wednesday.

According to Wilson, Cadet is anticipated to make a full recovery in 12 weeks.

You can expect the Bills to place Cadet on injured reserve in the coming days.

Cadet, 28, originally signed on with the Saints as an undrafted free agent out of Appalachian State back in 2012. He spent three years in New Orleans before he was allowed to test the open market in 2015.

The Patriots elected to sign Cadet to a two-year contract worth $1.75 million. Unfortunately, they cut him loose during the season. The 49ers later signed him to a contract after they lost Carlos Hyde for the season, but was waived towards the end of the year and later claimed off of waivers by the Saints.

Cadet returned to New Orleans on one-year deals each of the past two seasons but was cut loose coming out of the preseason. The Jets later signed Cadet to a contract a few weeks into the regular season.

New York released Cadet a few months ago and he later caught on with the Bills.

In 2017, Cadet has appeared in nine games and rushed for 96 yards on 23 carries to go along with 16 receptions for 119 yards receiving and no touchdowns.

Subscribe
Notify of
guest
0 Comments
Inline Feedbacks
View all comments