Second, Richard Samuel is back at RB. Some may worry that this is a sign of things not looking so great in the current backfield of Crowell, Malcome, Thomas, and Harton. Others are quietly excited that maybe Samuel has the experience and motivation to actually compete and play at the position this year, or at least to provide good depth in case of disaster.
If you look for Samuel's player page on ESPN.com, you won't find any rushing stats right away. It does, however, list his tackles in 2009... while playing RB. (Just click on stats to see his rushing numbers)
Quick stats from 2009: Samuel rushed 88 attempts for 395 yards, for an average of 4.5 ypc, a long of 80, and 2 TDs.
Below is evidence of the said 80 yard run. Look at 'dem wheels.
Welcome back to the backfield, Mr. Samuel. Good luck, and Godspeed.