|02-04-2012, 05:59 PM||#1|
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Bengals Looking For RB Bernard Scott To Be An Every-Down Back In 2012?
Bengals RB coach Jim Anderson wants to see Bernard Scott become more of an all-around back. "He has that versatility, so we just expect for him to work on it," Anderson told PFW at the Senior Bowl. "We're going to work on it and everything so that he can be more of the total package." Scott carried 112 times for 380 yards and caught 13 passes for 38 yards in 2011, his third NFL season. Overall, Scott received nearly twice as many touches as he did the previous season. The potential for Scott to receive even more work in 2012 is very apparent with starter Cedric Benson slated to be an unrestricted free agent. Should Benson depart, Scott will be the top option at tailback, though Cincinnati would figure to add another veteran and/or a rookie via the draft to bolster the depth at the position.
Source: Pro Football Weekly
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