Tevin Coleman, who is entering the final year of his rookie contract, expects to be more involved in the Atlanta Falcons' game plan in 2018.
"They are just going to use me more ... lining up out wide and stuff," Coleman said. "It's going to be pretty fun."
Coleman had a career-high 156 carries for 628 yards last season. He also caught 27 passes for 299 yards.
He saw around 10 touches per game when both Coleman and Devonta Freeman were healthy.
"Now, we want to make sure we are really featuring him and Devonta in as many ways as we can," Dan Quinn said. "Splitting them outside, leaving them in the backfield, the amount of catches and touches that we can get for those guys, we know how explosive they are."