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If it wasn't clear before that the position of running back in the NFL is becoming less of a focal point with each passing day, take a look at the fact that no running back was chosen within the first 53 picks of the most recent NFL draft.
That doesn't mean that you don't need one, two or even three solid running backs on your team.
Montee Ball has been anointed the workhorse running back for the coming season, but the Broncos need to figure out who the best option behind him is.
Ronnie Hillman was declared the starting running back before the season kicked off last year, but because of ineffectiveness and an inability to hold onto the ball, he was rarely used by season's end.
C.J. Anderson saw limited action as a rookie, but he was able to show flashes of being a special player for the Broncos.
Whether it's Hillman, Anderson or someone like undrafted rookie free agent Kapri Bibbs, Denver needs to identify the best option to complement Ball.