Chiefs RB Clyde Edwards-Helaire willing to learn from Le'Veon Bell

First-round pick Clyde Edwards-Helaire was at the forefront of the attack [Monday night]. He had 161 yards on 26 carries a few days after the Chiefs signed Le'Veon Bell to join him in the backfield. Monday’s outing showed why the Chiefs would likely be OK moving forward without Bell, but Edwards-Helaire sounded ready to welcome his new teammate with open arms.

“Talking to Le’Veon, he’s another piece to the puzzle,” Edwards-Helaire said, via Nate Taylor of TheAthletic.com. “From here, I just feel like we can only go up. Le’Veon is older than me. I’m still in my rookie year, so, ultimately, anything that I can do to pick his brain and gain any knowledge from him, I’m there for it.”

Fantasy Impact: 

CEH is willing to learn from Bell. On Monday night, Fox's Jay Glazer reported the Chiefs didn't bring Bell in to be the starter, but instead to take some of the pounding away from the Chiefs rookie back, which seems to be good news for owners going forward.

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