How Knowshon got his job back (again)

The Forgotten Man
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“He had to change our mind, and that’s what he did,” says running backs coach Eric Studesville. “He changed it based on what he did every day—how he came to work, how he was with his teammates, how he was in the meeting room. He was never disruptive, never sat off in the corner by himself. There was never a negative interaction. It was just, I’m going to keep working. You asked me to fix this, I’m going to fix it. You asked me to do this, I’m going to do it. He did that every day that he came to the building. That was something inside him that led him to make that decision. Not everybody can make that decision.”

Knowshon's been a different player this year; we hope it's not his last in Denver (we're told his team option for 2014 voids, and he'll be a free agent after the season).

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