The Chicago Bears have been lining Tarik Cohen up all over the field in offseason practices.
Cohen hopes to be utilized like Tyreek Hill was in Kansas City under offensive coordinator Matt Nagy, who was hired to be the head man for the Bears heading into 2018.
"I feel like if I could kick the football, he'd also want me to kick the football, too," Cohen told Jim Rome this week. "It just goes to show how many places he has me at. I've been everywhere. I've been at every position. It's crazy."
The Bears drafted Cohen in the fourth-round last year and he became the first rookie since Gale Sayers in 1965 to score touchdowns via rushing, receiving, passing and punt return in a single season.