The Facts: Lindsay enters his third offense in as many seasons with the Denver Broncos. After back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons under previous coordinators, Lindsay believes Pat Shurmur's offense fits him even better than the previous two. "I think it's gonna be simpler for us to learn," Lindsay said, via Nicki Jhabvala of The Athletic. "And I think it's going to be aggressive. I just think that it's what fits my style, and I've been able to adapt to every style, but I think that this style right here is something that is going to fit me, kind of like how my rookie year was. I'm excited about that."
Diehards Line: As NFL.com notes, it's an interesting comment from Lindsay given that it's the same feeling newly signed Broncos running back Melvin Gordon expressed. It's also noteworthy considering reports from Denver indicate that the team's brass believes Gordon better fits Shurmur's scheme. Remember, Lindsay once again dealt with offseason surgery but said he's fully healthy from a February wrist cleanup procedure. Whenever the Broncos get back to work, expect a motivated Lindsay to show up with that same chip on his shoulder, ready to scrap for every snap. How Shurmur will balance his two running backs should be a hot topic in Denver whenever training camps are allowed to open in July.