I hope he is used as the Philadelphia Eagles did with Brian Westbrook, RB in 2004 as Andy Reid, then HC saw something special in Brian as receiving back besides a rusher.
After the departure of previous starter Duce Staley and a per-season injury to Correll Buckhalter, Westbrook became the starting running back for 2004. He rushed for a career-high 812 yards, led all NFL running backs in receiving with 73 receptions for 703 yards, and scored nine touchdowns, creating numerous problems with opposing teams' defenses and helping to propel the Eagles to a 13-3 season. In the playoffs, Westbrook had 117 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown in a 27-14 win against the Vikings, and 135 yards from scrimmage in the NFC Championship win against the Falcons.
Westbrook and the Eagles would go on to play in the city's first Super Bowl in 25 years. He would have a solid performance in Philadelphia's Super Bowl loss to the New England Patriots, rushing for 44 yards, catching seven passes for 60 yards, and scoring one touchdown. He also played in his first Pro Bowl the following week.