McCoy, 31, ran for a career-low 514 yards in 2018, sparking outside conversation about whether the two-time All-Pro could still be productive.
Gore, 36, was still effective in 2018, recording the fifth-highest yards-per-carry mark of his 14-year career, albeit on his second-fewest attempts per game. He’s been remarkably healthy, playing in 210 of 224 possible regular-season games.
Singletary, the team’s 2019 third-round pick, was a prolific runner in three seasons at Florida Atlantic, rushing for 4,287 yards and 66 touchdowns. He also caught 51 passes, 26 of which came during his freshman season.