Broncos’ Buckhalter happy to be shareholder
The Denver Post
Denver, CO Colorado
DENVER, Colorado –It’s funny, the things that Correll Buckhalter considers to be blessings.
Things like knee injuries – three of them, all season-ending – or the addition of a star-in-the-making rookie running back like Knowshon Moreno.
Another player might consider any one of those things, let alone the combination, to be a curse, but not the Broncos’ Buckhalter, who somehow has managed to preserve a glass-half-full perspective after eight often-frustrating seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles.
“At this point in my career, the more that you can share, the better your body can be,” Buckhalter said. “I’m not one of those guys coming in feeling like, ‘I’ve got to get all the carries and all the reps.’ I’m a guy coming into this to
* View slide show of Broncos running back Correll Buckhalter.
compete to my fullest ability to be the No. 1 back, but whatever (coach Josh McDaniels) has for us, whether I’m in on one package or three or four different packages, I’m going to give everything I got. I’m not greedy.”
He never has known any other way.
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