ORCHARD PARK, N.Y. (AP) _ The Buffalo Bills have traded running
back Willis McGahee (muh-GAY'-hee) to the Baltimore Ravens for
three draft choices.
Two of the picks will be in this year's draft and the other will
come in 2008.
The Ravens are in need of help in the backfield after cutting
Jamal Lewis, who signed with Cleveland yesterday.
McGahee had one year left on his five-year contract with
Buffalo, and had been seeking an extension.
The 2003 first-round draft pick sat out his rookie season
recovering from major knee surgery. He finished the 2006 campaign
with a career-low 990 rushing yards.
The Bills are now left searching for a starting running back to
play in front of a revamped offensive line that features two new
starters -- guard Derrick Dockery and tackle Langston Walker --
signed on the first day of free agency last week.
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