Fitzgerald Toussaint lost his job on Friday. In that sense, he's not very unique, considering hundreds of other players also lost their jobs in roster cuts last weekend. He got a consolation prize over the weekend, when he was signed to the practice squad. The former Pittsburgh Steelers running back can still contribute to a team this season, though - all he needs is someone to take the chance on him. Here are four NFL teams who could very well do so in the coming days or weeks.

4. New York Giants

The Giants are in perpetual running back hell. This year, they feature another list of assorted backs that nobody outside of the New York region has heard of.

For some, Toussaint would fit that bill perfectly (plus, he's from New Jersey). He did start a playoff game less than two years ago, however, so he has that going for him. Paul Perkins has done so too, but he's still Paul Perkins. Toussaint's only issue in New York is the presence of promising rookie Wayne Gallman.

3. Baltimore Ravens

Terrance West did not impress during the preseason. He's probably still going to be Baltimore's starting running back, but he may be one of the weakest starters in the NFL. Somebody needs to push him in that offense. Toussaint has some familiarity with the Ravens; he started his NFL career with the team back in 2014 as an undrafted free agent. He only carried the ball six times in the regular season during his one-year tenure, but also had two rushes in the playoffs.

2. Kansas City Chiefs

Kansas City is beginning to look a little bit thin at the running back position. Spencer Ware is already out for the season, while the team decided to cut C.J. Spiller when trimming down the roster over the weekend. They could use some depth and Toussaint seems like the type of back who would fit the bill in Andy Reid's offense.

Interestingly enough, he would automatically become the oldest running back on the roster, a year older than Charcandrick West, and even older than rookie starter Kareem Hunt.

1. Buffalo Bills

LeSean McCoy is one of the best backs in the NFL. Next on the depth chart: Joe Banyard. He's been in the league since 2012, yet has less than 100 rushing yards for his career.

There's no sense in waiting to see if McCoy will break down, only to lack any ready-made replacements in an offense that should run through him. Toussaint isn't necessarily proven himself, but he has accomplished more over a shorter period of time than Banyard.