He's our workhorse, and I was pleased to give him that workload. The more you give him the ball, the better it is for us.
More Quotes from Jack Rio:He went through all the (minicamps), and just a few weeks ago he was out here running plays. .... It's always a coaches preference to have everybody for the full time, but it doesn't always work that way, and we feel confident that we'll pick up with what (he's) missed and catch him up.
Fred is getting better, it's week to week, but he's not going to make it this week. We both agreed that it would be best to give it a little more time. We are expecting him back this season.
There were times last year where he'd come off and he'd be so frustrated because we sent him in with a play he knew would fail and he couldn't get out of it. This year he'll have the ability to get out of it.
We do. We're optimistic that we'll get him back for the playoffs. We want to rest him this week. They want to re-examine the hand next week and have a better indication of whether we'll get him or not, but we remain optimistic that we'll get him back.
We're going to keep him out this week, then hopefully get him back as quick as we can, ... This is not a season-ending injury by any means.
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