Philadelphia Eagles running back Darren Sproles' versatile will be on display in Chip Kelly's offense.
And that has Sproles excited about the possibilities.
“I really am, because the stuff we’ve been doing in practice, I think it’s kind of dangerous," Sproles said.
Kelly can't wait to utilize Sproles.
“You’ve seen him be a returner, you’ve seen him be a running back, you’ve seen him be a receiver,” Kelly said. “He’s not going to be an offensive lineman, but he’ll play all those positions for us. I don’t think anybody is going to look at our preseason tape and say they’re hiding him and not using him to do this. Darren, like everybody else, needs reps in our offense.”
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