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Frank Gore was the third-leading rusher in NFL history when his career ended. In 2019, his second-to-last season as a professional, he played just one season with the Buffalo Bills, where he gained 599 yards.

Five years later, Gore’s son is meeting with NFL clubs at the Scouting Combine; among the numerous teams expressing interest is the legendary player’s former Western New York side.

The Bills and Dolphins were two of the ten teams that spoke with Frank Gore Jr. during the NFL Combine, according to NFL Network’s Ian Rapoport. Rapoport did not disclose the identities of the other teams who met with him.

“(Gore Jr.) has met with 10 teams during this Combine including some interesting ones that his dad played for, the Dolphins and the Bills,” Rapoport stated on the NFL Network. “He was a late addition, actually one of the last players chosen for the East-West Shrine Game.”

On Saturday, Gore Jr. did not participate in the 40-yard sprint with the other running backs.

Gore Jr., who projects as a Day 3 draft choice, ran six times for 87 yards and one score in the previously mentioned East-West Shrine Bowl. He was voted the game’s Offensive MVP after assisting the West Team to a 26-11 victory.

This past fall, Gore amassed 1,131 yards and 10 touchdowns on the ground in 12 games for Southern Mississippi.

James Cook is the Bills’ running back of the future, but with veterans Latavius Murray, Ty Johnson, and Damien Harris all about to reach free agency, the team could use some depth on the 53-man or practice squad rosters.

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