Pollard would like to do whatever it takes to see the field more in 2022 and, in a season where Ezekiel Elliott looks healthy and ready to resume his role as the bell cow back, that includes splitting time between running back and receiver. Pollard split time similarly in college at Memphis and has 337 receiving yards out of the slot in his NFL career so he is no stranger to lining up outside the backfield. The loss of Amari Cooper via trade should further pave the way to more receiver snaps for Pollard. Pollard will retain RB status for fantasy purposes, making him a versatile fantasy asset in PPR leagues with even more upside should Elliott miss any time. Draft accordingly.