Harbaugh Gives Update on J.Ok. Dobbins and Gus Edwards
Neither of Baltimore’s prime two working backs performed final season, as J.Ok. Dobbins and Gus Edwards suffered season-ending accidents earlier than Week 1. It stays to be seen if both shall be prepared for Week 1, however Harbaugh says Dobbins is getting antsy.
*“You talk to J.K., he’s the starting running back today, he should’ve been practicing today,” Harbaugh mentioned. *“But he’s got work to do still, so does Gus. But they’re both I think doing great. We’ll see how they look when they come back.”
Harbaugh didn’t give a particular timetable when requested if that they had an opportunity to return for coaching camp.
“They all have a chance,” Harbaugh mentioned. “We’ll see.”
Veteran working again Mike Davis, who was signed in free company, and sixth-round choose Tyler Badie took benefit of the common reps they acquired at obligatory minicamp with Dobbins and Edwards absent.
“[I’m] very positive about Mike Davis,” Harbaugh mentioned. “He shows up as a veteran running back. [He’s] quick, has really good vision, and he’s always been a good receiving running back, but when you see it in person, it kind of opens your eyes. I’ll say, Tyler Badie, too, is a receiving running back. These guys kind of jumped out that way in these camps.”