Broncos head coach Vic Fangio said the team would "utilize all three" of their running backs in 2021.
Free agency signing Mike Boone seemed like an afterthought in the Denver offense after the team moved up to draft North Carolina RB Javonte Williams. Fangio, however, seemed to keep the light on for Boone as a weekly contributor. "Hopefully this year with our three backs — [Mike] Boone being one of them, who we really like that we signed in free agency — we'll get a nice flow and get a good understanding and philosophy of the system which we'll take from week to week to utilize all three of them," Fangio said. That Melvin Gordon remains the favorite to lead the backfield early in the season doesn't preclude Williams taking over as the team's primary ball carrier. Denver general manager recently described Williams as a "special back" and a "three-down back" who excels in pass protection. Williams and Gordon will likely have similar ADPs by August. 9:40 am (EST)
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- The Vikings declined to tender an offer to restricted free agent RB Mike Boone, making him a free agent.
- St. Paul Pioneer Press' Chris Tomasson reports the Vikings "definitely" want to keep RB Mike Boone. All Mike Boone News
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