These Young Dolphins Offensive Players Are Showing Encouraging Signs

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  1. DKphin

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    Kalen Ballage, the rookie fourth-round running back, continues to display an impressive second gear, both as a runner and after catching passes.

    “He’s progressing quickly,” Gase said. “It’s a lot on your plate as a rookie running back.”

    With the expectation that Kenyan Drake and Frank Gore will play a lot, has Ballage thought about needing to make a compelling case for coaches to give him offensive snaps as a third running back this season?


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    So far, so good.
     
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    Danny Finheaven VIP Finheaven VIP

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    I like Ballage in the draft and hope he gets some real chances but he'll have to play ST's imo to be out there during the season. I know he can return kicks and he'll probably have to cover kicks as well. He'll have to have some patience but he'll get his chance.
     
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    illscriptures We need better LB's

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    Not to jinx us but we would be negligent in assuming that none of our backs will get injured this season. I see Ballage playing a lot of snaps this year.
     

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