Green-Ellis Competing For spot On Roster

Bernard poised to lead backfield: It’s obvious that the Cincinnati Bengals are set to develop their offense around Giovani Bernard, however the belief was that BenJarvus Green-Ellis would take a secondary function in offending organizer Color Jackson’s plan. That tail end may be a little early. Inning accordance with Cincinnati.com’s Paul Dehner, Jr., Green-Ellis might discover himself contending for a lineup area with Rex Burkhead. On the other hand, Bernard might be in line for 300 overall touches– consisting of 70 receptions. Where as soon as it appeared Green-Ellis was going to be Bernard’s handcuff, the Law office rather may have to discover a brand-new location to establish his practice.

Floyd sensation ‘positive’: After missing out on 14 video games with a major neck injury, Malcom Floyd is prepared to obtain back on the field for the Chargers. The veteran wideout states he feels “positive” about going back to play in 2014. That’s motivating for both the gamer and his group as San Diego had a hard time last season to discover a getting enhance to Keenan Allen. Floyd will not be anybody’s dream super star, however he might be a quality 4th or 5th alternative if he is healthy and efficient. More notably, Floyd might assist take a few of the pressure off of Allen’s shoulders.

Wallace to return kicks?: In his 2nd season with Miami, Mike Wallace has huge expectations for exactly what he can supply on offense. If you think Wallace, that might likewise consist of returning begins 2014. Today, this sounds more like wishful thinking on the receiver’s part than any real workers motion by the training personnel. The possibility of Wallace is a double-edged sword. If you play in a dream league that rewards you for return backyards, then it’s possibly an advantage. If your league does not compensate you for kick returns, then having Wallace back deep just includes another chance for injury. Today, we’re not offered that this will really occur.