AP stated that he could do whatever the offense asked of him. I don't think his career strongly supports that assertion. He's always been a pound it breakaway north-south runner, not a versatile pass-catching RB. That's not a knock on him - it's just the truth. I think they likely wanted to give him every chance to show he could adjust and he just wasn't able to do it at the level of some of the other RBs. I don't think it's any more complicated than that.One of the few bright spots the last 2 years, I get the idea of youth and the multi-purpose back but we have zero proof any of these guys left are that, they thought AP was done after NO, and he came in and still rushed for a 1000 yards, eh, this doesn't sit well with me, if it's true he was getting all #1 reps up until this week then I'm even more confused on this decision.