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Potential fits for running back Joseph Randle

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Mort: Cowboys didn't like what they were seeing off the field from Randle (1:17)

ESPN's Chris Mortensen joins Russillo and Kanell and reacts to the Cowboys releasing RB Joseph Randle. (1:17)

Running back Joseph Randle has been released by the Dallas Cowboys, which means he’s a free agent.

Though Randle may be facing suspension for violating the NFL's personal conduct policy, there might be a few NFL teams willing to give him another chance.

Here are a few teams that because of injuries might be willing to take a chance on Randle:

Pittsburgh Steelers: The Steelers do have DeAngelo Williams, who did a solid job in place of Le'Veon Bell in the first two weeks of the season, but adding another experienced rusher would certainly help now that Bell is out for the season with a torn MCL.

Chicago Bears: Matt Forte's sprained knee isn’t season ending, but there is no timetable for his return so the Bears could certainly use some help. Rookie Jeremy Langford likely will start for Forte and the team also has been linked to Montee Ball, who played for coach John Fox and offensive coordinator Adam Gase in Denver.

New Orleans Saints: Khiry Robinson is out for the season with a leg injury and the Saints are reportedly going to sign Tim Hightower, but Randle could be an option as well. Hightower was with the Saints in camp but was waived the day before the season opener.

Houston Texans: Arian Foster is out for the season after tearing his Achilles tendon. Alfred Blue inherited the starting job but there isn’t much behind him and Chris Polk. Jonathan Grimes has 76 carries in four seasons and Kenny Hilliard is a rookie.

Kansas City Chiefs: Jamaal Charles is done for the year because of a knee injury and Charcandrick West has stepped into the No. 1 spot and has run for 207 yards on 42 carries the past two weeks. Knile Davis has just 21 carries this season.