It seems as if the Bengals are going to use both of them as much as possible, per ESPN.com.
"Obviously there's going to be a balanced attack," Hill said. "I don't think he's got to wear either one of us out, so that way we can make it through all 16 games for a playoff push."
Hill rushed for 1,124 yards and nine touchdowns last season as a rookie, while injuries limited Bernard to 680 yards and five touchdowns. The duo plans on coming back even stronger next season.
"We want to lift ourselves to the next level and earn the respect of this league," Hill said. "We have the guys in the [running back] room to do that."
He did, however work out on a side field, which is encouraging in itself. But he should not be expected to join his teammates any time soon.
"Vontaze will be in rehab all the way through the summer," Marvin Lewis told the Cincinnati Enquirer. "So, he's got a long way to go. He had surgery in January. That's surgery that takes a bit."
Burfict could not run. Rather, he limped moving across the practice field.
With Iloka out, safety Shawn Williams stepped in with the first team.
Following practice, Iloka said the injury was nothing to be concerned about.
Eifert spent the majority of the 2014 season on injured reserve with a dislocated elbow and separated shoulder. He has received clearance to participate in football activities but is exercising caution at this time.
He did not participate in 11-on-11 drills.
Jones missed the entire 2014 season due to foot injuries. He tweaked his hamstring last week and spent Tuesday on the rehab field. Following the team's Tuesday practice, Jones received clearance to re-join his teammates.
Jones totaled 712 yards and 10 touchdowns during the 2013 season.