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Still in team's plans, maybe
New OC pumps tires
Rams offensive coordinator Kevin O'Connell praised Akers' determination as a runner and ability to create yardage on his own, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. "You really saw the amount of personal grit and determination," O'Connell said of Akers' time at Florida State. "He was running against of loaded looks...you see the upside -- I think it was a great running back draft, there was a lot of depth there across the board -- but for us, and for me personally with Cam, just watching and thinking about where he could possible get to and maximized in our offense, it's really exciting."
Not threatened by Hyde signing
Recovering from shoulder surgery
Signing with Seahawks
Getting interest from three teams
Gets work in with Brady
Ogunbowale was one of several Buccaneers skill players to participate in a workout with Tom Brady at Berkeley Preparatory School on Tuesday, Rick Stroud and Joey Knight of the Tampa Bay Times report.
Projected for plenty of work
Vaughn is expected to enjoy a robust and diverse role during his rookie season despite the presence of Ronald Jones, Scott Smith of the team's official site reports. "The idea is to get him here and see what he does best," Buccaneers general manger Jason Licht said of Vaughn. "We know that he's got good speed. We know that he can catch the ball. We know that he's good in space - he's been very productive there. I think he's capable of playing on all three downs so you can't have too many good backs."
Aiming for 200 carries in 2020
Training for 2020 season
Smith (concussion/neck) has been taking part in offseason training in Houston and plans to return to Atlanta in the near future to work out with quarterback Matt Ryan and other skill-position players, Vaughn McClure of ESPN.com reports.
Could benefit from spread formation
Let go by Miami
Signs with Saints
Workload remains uncertain
Hoping for Philly return?
McCoy believes he could be a fit with the Eagles, Reuben Frank of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. "I could see that," McCoy said Wednesday on NFL Network's Good Morning Football. "I'm going to keep my options open, though. I could see myself there in Philly. Like I said, that's home, so you never know."
Working diligently on receiving
Expected to play significant role
Cleared from November charge
Walton's attorney, Michael Gottlieb, said Wednesday that the state of Florida has dropped the charge of aggravated battery of a pregnant woman that the running back faced following a Nov. 19 arrest, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Viewed as 1-1 punch with Mack
Taylor and Marlon Mack are viewed not just as a 1-2 punch, but a "1-1 punch," in the Colts' offense, offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni told the team's official web site. "They have some different running styles, but again they're both complete backs. I think that's a fantastic problem to have, is to have two guys like that you can feed the football to. It's only going to help our running game," he said.
Getting interest from Eagles
Long-term deal possible
Heading to Vegas
Likely done for season
Envisioned as three-down back
Waived by Jets