The offseason has seen many #Running Backs (and a couple fullbacks) change teams. Here is a look at those players. They are tiered into groups from those who will most likely be their team's bell cow to those who will see the field sparingly and receive no more than 5-10 carries a game.

To see quarterbacks who have changed teams in the offseason so far, click here [VIDEO]. (Since the article was written, Matt McGloin has joined the Chiefs.)

Likely lead backs

  • LeGarrette Blount - Detroit Lions

The 31-year-old Blount agreed to a one-year deal worth $2 million, all of which is guaranteed. He rushed for 766 yards on 4.4 #Yards Per Carry in 2017 with the Eagles.

His two rushing touchdowns pale in comparison to the 18 he had with the Patriots in 2016. He’s not a threat as a receiver with just 54 catches in eight years. In his career, he has amassed 1,341 carries for 5,888 yards (4.4 yards per carry) and 51 touchdowns.

  • Isaiah Crowell - #New York Jets

After spending his first four years with the Browns, Crowell joins the Jets on a three-year/$12 million contract ($6 million guaranteed). The 25-year-old went undrafted but still rushed for 607 yards and eight touchdowns as a rookie. Last season, he rushed for 853 yards but only two touchdowns. For his four-year career, he has rushed for 3,118 yards on 737 attempts (4.2 yards per carry) and scored 21 touchdowns on the ground. He has become more used in the passing game with 68 receptions in the last two years after just 28 in his first two.

  • Carlos Hyde - Cleveland Browns

Hyde will be playing for the Browns in 2018 after he agreed to a three-year/$15.25 million deal with $8 million guaranteed. The 27-year-old spent his first four years with the 49ers where he totaled 655 carries for 2,729 yards (4.2 yards per carry) and 21 touchdowns. Staying mostly healthy the last two seasons starting 29 games, he has rushed for 1,926 yards (938 last year) and 14 touchdowns (eight last year). While he didn’t have a receiving touchdown in 2017, his 59 catches beat out his total of 50 combined from 2014-16.

  • Jerrick McKinnon - San Francisco 49ers

McKinnon is joining the 49ers on a four-year/$30 million pact with $15.7 million guaranteed. He played in all 16 games (started one) for the Vikings in 2017 rushing for 570 yards on 150 carries (3.8 yards per carry) and three touchdowns. Turning 26 on May 3, he was a major factor in the Vikings’ passing game as he caught 51 passes for 421 yards and two touchdowns. In four seasons, he has carried the ball 474 times for 1,918 yards (4.0 yards per carry) and seven touchdowns.

In a timeshare

  • Dion Lewis, Tennessee Titans

Lewis is leaving the Patriots and heading to the Titans after agreeing to a four-year/$19.8 million deal with $8.25 million guaranteed. The 27-year-old got his first opportunity as a lead back last season and rushed for 896 yards on 180 carries (5.0 yards per carry) and six touchdowns. He also added 32 receptions with another three touchdowns. In his career, he has 329 carries for 1,584 yards (4.8 yards per carry) and 10 touchdowns.

The Panthers’ all-time leading rusher is leaving his one NFL home to play for the Giants after signing a two-year deal worth $6.9 million ($2.95 million guaranteed). The 31-year-old Stewart had 680 yards rushing on 198 attempts (3.4 yards per carry) and six touchdowns. The 2015 Pro Bowler has played ten seasons and has 1,699 career carries for 7,318 yards (4.3 yards per carry) and 51 touchdowns.

5-10 carries at most a game and/or third down backs

  • Frank Gore - Miami Dolphins

Gore, who has the fifth-most rushing yards in NFL history, signed a one-year/$1.105 million contract with $90,000 guaranteed to join the Dolphins. He turns 35 on May 14 and hasn’t missed a game since 2010. Last season with the Colts, he toted the ball 261 times for 961 yards (3.7 yards per carry) and three touchdowns. In his 13 seasons, he has carried the ball 3,226 times for 14,026 yards (4.3 yards per carry) and 77 touchdowns.

  • Jeremy Hill, New England Patriots

Hill is heading to the Patriots on a one-year/$1.5 million deal ($150,000 guaranteed). The 25-year-old received by far the least playing time of his career last season. Despite starting seven games, he only carried the ball 37 times for 116 yards (3.1 yards per carry) and didn’t reach the end zone. In his four years, he has carried the ball 704 times for 2,873 yards and 29 touchdowns.

  • Chris Ivory - Buffalo Bills

The 30-year-old Ivory joins the Bills on a two-year/$5.5 million pact ($2.5 million guaranteed) after spending the past two seasons with the Jaguars. He rushed for 1,070 yards as a member of the Jets in 2015 but combined for just 821 rushing yards on 3.6 yards per carry in his two years with Jacksonville. In eight years, he has 1,112 career carries for 4,852 yards and 28 touchdowns.

  • Doug Martin - Oakland Raiders

Coming off two subpar seasons with the Buccaneers, Martin is hoping to rejuvenate his career after signing a one-year deal with the Raiders. At times an elite running back (combined for 2,856 rushing yards and 17 touchdowns in 2012 & 2015), the 29-year-old has just 827 yards on 2.9 yards per carry in his last two years. A seven-year pro, he has 4,633 career rushing yards on 1,150 attempts (4.0 yards per carry) and 26 touchdowns.

  • Thomas Rawls - New York Jets

After rushing for 830 yards on 5.6 yards per carry as a rookie in 2015, Rawls (turns 25 on August 3) is coming off two straight unproductive seasons with the Seahawks (just 157 yards on 2.7 yards per carry in 2017). He has signed a deal with the Jets (terms of the deal have yet to be announced). For his career, he has 314 carries for 1,336 yards (4.3 yards per carry) and seven touchdowns.

  • Damien Williams - Kansas City Chiefs

Williams will be wearing a Chiefs jersey and helmet after agreeing to a one-year deal worth $1.5 million. He will be turning 26 years old on Tuesday. In 11 games (four starts) with the Dolphins last year, he finished with 46 carries for 181 yards and no scores (did have a receiving touchdown). He has rushed 133 times in four seasons for 477 yards (3.6 yards per carry) and three touchdowns.

Fullbacks

  • Jamize Olawale - Dallas Cowboys

Olawele was traded to the Cowboys along with a sixth-round pick from the Raiders in exchange for a fifth-round pick. Turning 29 on April 17, he had nine carries last year for 43 yards (4.8 yards per carry) and a touchdown while adding six catches for 33 yards. Over six seasons, he has rushed the ball 55 times for 206 yards (3.7 yards per carry) and four scores. He also has 39 receptions for 425 yards and three touchdowns.

  • Keith Smith - Oakland Raiders

Smith, who turns 26 on April 8, signed a two-year deal worth $4.2 million with the Raiders. In four seasons with the Cowboys, he has just two carries for five yards (both came in 2016). Last year, he caught five passes for 26 yards. He has eight career receptions for 46 yards.