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Even brighter prospects in 2020?
Could be primed for spectacular 2020
Lauded by RB coach
To spearhead improved running game?
Well positioned for goal-line work
Invigorated by Dillon arrival
Jones feels the arrival of 2020 second-round pick AJ Dillon serves as a significant source of motivation, Jelani Scott of NFL.com reports. "I know it's the NFL. They're bringing in guys every day to compete so I mean it's just gonna raise my game and I'm excited to have him there and start working with him, teaching him the playbook and everything," Jones said.
Sees RB position as undervalued
Could see increased role
Vikings strive for deal
Excited for new offense
Effect of Brady unclear
Could win third-down gig
May be on roster bubble
Strong fit with Indy
Works with receivers
Adds yoga to routine
Could start camp on PUP list
Contract talks progressing
Far apart in extension talks
Officially passes physical
Holdout likely coming
Cook doesn't intend to participate in any team-related activities until the Vikings extend him what he determines to be a "reasonable" deal, a source told Adam Schefter of ESPN on Monday. "He's out," the source said. "Without a reasonable extension, he will not be showing up for camp or beyond."
Excited about Seattle prospects
To be utilized in multiple roles
Bowden, whom the Raiders initially projected to use at running back after investing a 2020 third-round pick in him, is now expected to be deployed all over the offense and in the return game, Tom LaMarre of SI.com reports. "Ultimately, he'll probably be what we call a 'joker,' which is what I love in Jon's offense," Raiders general manager Mike Mayock said. "It's somebody who can do multiple jobs."
Validating high expectations early
Edwards-Helaire, the 32nd overall pick in the 2020 draft, has impressed the Chiefs' coaching staff with his attitude and grasp of the offense during remote OTAs, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. "I completely stand on what I said on draft night as far as Kansas City being a perfect fit," Edwards-Helaire said Friday in a Zoom video conference with reporters. "I was able to see things at the combine, as far as me understanding what they do as an offense. Coach Reid and Coach E.B. literally explained everything. Picking up the offense and learning everything, it's pretty much exactly what I was told it would be."