Mr. All-I-Do-Is-Score-Touchdowns is still with the Denver Broncos. Kapri Bibbs' NFL journey has not ended and a year on the practice squad could be a blessing for him as he will get the opportunity to learn the finer nuances of the NFL game for another shot at making the regular roster in 2015.
After being cut yesterday, Bibbs remained upbeat about the potential of making the roster on the practice squad and his positive attitude paid off with one of those spots.
Still a bronco god has a plan for everything putting it all in his hands ! http://t.co/V8ePhZJlIN— Kingbibbs#35 (@KapriBibbs) August 31, 2014
The local hero scored 31 touchdowns last season with Colorado State, joining Montee Ball, Barry Sanders and Keenan Reynolds as the only other collegiate athletes to achieve that mark.
With running back being a position that faces a lot of physicality, the potential of Bibbs seeing regular season game action is probably higher than many of the other positions we'll see filled on the practice squad. Bibbs has shown he can make the most of the few opportunities he is given.
Bibbs finished second on the team in yards rushing, third in yards per attempt and first in touchdowns in the preseason, but with Juwan Thompson beating him out in every category except touchdowns he wasn't able to leap into the active roster.
So what do you say Broncos Country, is it a good thing to see Kapri Bibbs on the practice squad at least?