It seems Coleman has frequently held an edge over multiple off-seasons due to a combination of size, speed and dynamic only to fall down the depth chart due to injury once the season gets underway. There's no questioning the potential of the employed zone scheme which was made popular decades ago in Denver. It's alive and well under offensive coordinator Mike LaFleur and first-year head coach Robert Saleh. Early indications are the race for the role of starter is neck and neck between Coleman and fourth-round rookie selection Michael Carter. If history is any indication, it won't be long until Carter sits atop the depth chart while Coleman, DLF's RB68, watches from the trainer's table. Should Coleman remain healthy, there's obviously buy-low appeal but he's a risk-on acquisition.