The Eagles made a move on the third day of the NFL Draft on Saturday, pairing up with the Bills to send running back Bryce Brown to Buffalo in exchange for conditional 2015 fourth-round pick.

In 32 games with the Eagles the past two seasons, Brown's rushed for 878 yards and six touchdowns on 190 carries (4.6 YPC).

Brown was going to be lost in the shuffle in Philly with the addition of Darren Sproles at running back.  With LeSean McCoy, Sproles and Chris Polk - Brown became expendable and Buffalo gets an explosive, talented runner.

In 2012, the talented seventh round pick out of Kansas State burst on the scene filling in for an injured McCoy.  In a two game stretch, Brown ran for 347 yards in just 45 carries and four touchdowns.

In Buffalo, Brown will be behind Fred Jackson and CJ Spiller.

Jackson is in the final year of his deal, while Spiller can opt out of his rookie contract next spring, meaning Brown might be in line for a bigger role in 2015.

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