It is almost like being born into royalty. You didn’t have a choice in it, but luck found you anyway. That’s the way the Broncos 5th round pick, Torain Train, must feel. You can’t help but succeed in the Broncos running scheme if your a descent back. The only thing Train must do is stay healthy. The former Arizona State tailback averaged 6.8 yards per carry during his first season in Tempe, but was hampered by injuries his entire collegiate career. He fell in the draft for that reason, but people seem to think that he has first round talent. Mike Shanahan has decided to take a chance on the guy, which is a smart move. Shanahan has taken a chance on many backs including Terrell Davis, Mike Anderson (6th round picks), and Olandis Gary (4th round).
Train Coming Through The Rockies
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