New Broncos’ RB Mike Boone is joining the team thankful for a new opportunity and is ready to fill in wherever GM George Paton and HC Vic Fangio ask him to.
“I’m excited,” Boone said, via BroncosWire.com. “I’m thankful for the opportunity from George [Paton], from head coach Vic [Fangio]. I’m coming in to do whatever the organization asks of me, whether that’s the No. 2 [running back] or special teams. Wherever they see me fit, I’m excited and I’ll give my best effort towards it.”
Boone spoke about his style of play and what type of player the Broncos are getting in 2021.
“I consider myself a one-cut back,” Boone said. “I like to make my cuts and then get downhill. That fits the scheme of this offense and I feel like I can be versatile and come in make the offense a little more explosive whenever my number is called.”
Boone signed a two-year, $3.85 million deal as a third-string running back and knows that there is still plenty left to prove.
“[Nice] to see a little hard work rewarded, but the job is nowhere near done,” Boone said. “I’m thankful for the opportunity. I’m here to put my best foot forward.”
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