I'm not convensed Tatum Bell is going to be the man in Denver THIS YEAR. Denver has Alot of good RB's who fit their style of running better than Bell or Quentin Griffen. Bell and Griffin are quick silver on the field but don't break many tackles, AND both of them are small backs making them prone to injury. Cecil Sapp, Ahmaad Galloway, and even Mike Anderson fit the Denver system of one cut, break a tackle, and run down-hill hard. Frankley, I wouldn't be suprised to see Garrison Hearst cut at the end of camp. He's to old and banged-up to compeat. Give Bell a year to put on some muscle and learn the Denver system as well as the pro-game in general. Regardless, in a year or two Denver will be looking to trade one of their running backs again because they will have another log-jam at the position. Personally I'm not gonna touch any of the Denver RB's because of the good possibilty of the dreaded running-back by committie. But hey, I would luv to see the secound comming of Terrel Davis or Clinton Portis and Denver has history of producing stud RB's.