When Adam Gase met with Albert Wilson in March, Gase presented a plan of how he would be used.
That plan, Wilson said, included playing him all over the field—on the boundary, in the slot, even at running back. And keep in mind that several gimmicky, creative plays involving Wilson (we cannot specify them because NFL teams understandably don’t like reporters to do that) have netted substantial gains in practice.
The story said Wilson carried the ball 10 times for the Chiefs, gaining 82 yards, including a 55-yard TD run. The piece added Wilson was so excited by his potential use, he passed up starting roles with Chicago, Baltimore, and Buffalo.