With the draft fast approaching, the Patriots seem to be working furiously to address their obvious…
Is Plan B Richie Anderson?
When the Cowboys released Troy Hambrick, it meant that the primary running back in the 2004 offense likely will be an unproven rookie: Julius Jones. But for all of Jones' talent, Dallas head coach Bill Parcells is not prone to leaving things to chance, which prompted widespread speculation that he would sign at least one veteran running back to bolster the backfield with an experienced backup. But thus far, Parcells has not yet reached into the pool of castoff running backs from other teams. As it turns out, the fall-back plan already was on the Dallas roster. Fullback Richie Anderson was brought to Dallas in 2003 largely because of his blocking prowess, his receiving ability out of the backfield and his familiarity with Parcells and his system. Now it appears Anderson will split...
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