Found February 07, 2014 on Gridiron Grit:
Cincinnati Bengals running back Giovani Bernard pulled off one of the craziest touchdown runs the league has ever seen during his impressive rookie campaign in 2013, where he amassed 695 rushing yards with with 514 receiving yards and eight touchdowns (five rushing, three receiving) in 16 games (no starts) behind BenJarvus Green-Ellis. Photo Credit: Bengals.com Bernard expects to have a stronger role in his second season under new offensive coordinator Hue Jackson, who was promoted from running backs coach when Jay Gruden left to for D.C. to become the HC of the Washington Redskins last month. Based on what the 2013 second round pick (No. 37 overall) out of North Carolina has seen in his nine months with the team, Bernard is confident that Jackson is about to create the craziest playbook in NFL history. “For me and Benny, I think we’ve done a good job thus far.  I think we can continue to keep doing a good job,” Bernard told NFL Network on Thursday.  ”We just got to go into it with ...
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