Running back Lance Dunbar, signed by the
Dunbar, who played his first five
With running back Malcolm Brown sidelined for at least a few weeks because of a knee sprain suffered against the
"It looks like right we're going to try to find a way to get Lance up, activate him and he'll be a guy that we're counting on… unless something changes in the meantime," McVay said.
Dunbar joins an offense that is averaging a league-leading 32.9 points per game.
"I just want to make a play and do whatever they need me to do," Dunbar said. "I'm excited to get back out there. You're always a little nervous.
"You want everything to go good. After that first hit, it's go time."