Glaser doesn't see any Jet back going over 1,000 yards rushing, but the trio could hit 1,500 yards rushing in his opinion. The rookie Carter is known for his receiving skills, too, so there's a chance he could have a bigger role as the season goes on, however pass protection is always a concern for a young RB.
The notion that Trey Lance could overtake Jimmy Garoppolo early in the season, which seemed so farfetched on draft day and after OTAs, appears far more realistic today.
In short, Lance has been aggressive, which has to please head coach and play caller Kyle Shanahan, who — you may have read about this once or twice — prefers an always-attacking mentality, the story went on to say. Keep in mind, there have only been four practices, and Shanahan likely will be stingy in his praise of Lance. He’ll want to keep the pressure on the rookie the story said. This is certainly worth watching.
As he enters his third season with the Tennessee Titans, Anthony Firkser is set for a much bigger role this year.
Firkser, who had 39 receptions a year ago in a role mostly as a third-down option, is expected to become the Titans’ primary receiving tight end with the departure of Jonnu Smith to New England as a free agent.
According to a lot of reports, Firkser has had a great offseason. While he should see an increase in targets, the addition of Julio Jones keeps Firkser's ranking in check as he sits at 21st on our list. The story said Firkser is not to be overlooked in the offense, though, and he should benefit greatly from favorable matchups and should build on last year’s production with increased playing time. He'll be available later in drafts.