26. Ben Tate, Cleveland Browns
After three seasons in Arian Foster’s shadow, Tate finally gets his chance as a No. 1 back. Reunited with offensive coordinator Kyle Shanahan and his zone-blocking scheme, Tate could see a jump from his 181 carries last year to somewhere closer to 300, provided his body holds up. He’s got a lot to prove, and this season he’ll finally have a chance to prove it. (Mark Duncan/AP Photo)
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