The Facts: Kamara will surely be tasked to do more for the Saints in Year 3 now that former running mate Mark Ingram is with the Ravens. What exactly his workload entails should be one of the league's more interesting storylines this season. HC Sean Payton said he had sort of an epiphany earlier this week when Kamara switched practices jerseys with quarterback Teddy Bridgewater. "As soon as they did it, I started looking at it a little differently," Payton said. "There's a couple of quarterback runs we could use, but anyway, he could wear a number of jerseys. He can do a number of things."
Diehards Line: No doubt about that. In just two seasons, Kamara has tallied more than 3,100 yards from scrimmage and scored 32 touchdowns, all while catching 162 passes and averaging 5.1 yards per carry. The scary part is he says he didn't always know his assignments his first season even while he was en route to winning Offensive Rookie of the Year and earning All-Pro honors. "Everybody said I made it look easy, but sometimes I was out there, and I didn't know what was going on," he told reporters. As Profootballtalk.com notes, those times are fewer and farther between as he moves into his third season and that’s left Kamara asking several questions. All of them are centered around figuring out more ways to impact the game. “I’m so anxious to see like, ‘What else?’ Where else could I line up? How else could I be successful? That’s the best part of this profession for me,” Kamara said. “What’s the next step you’re going to take? ‘Ok, he was good last year. How are you going to prove that you are what you are?'” Expect him to get ample opportunity to prove exactly that.