Lindsay will look to improve his strength and proficiency in the passing game this offseason after he was limited by injury leading up to the 2019 campaign, Troy Renck of Denver 7 News reports.

Lindsay injured his wrist late in his rookie season, and the lingering effects prevented him from doing upper-body work until right before training camp. The running back played every game in 2019 but seemed to slow down a bit, averaging a full yard per touch less in 2019 (4.7) as compared to 2018 (5.7). Improved health and an offensive line that should get high-priced right tackle Ja'Wuan James (knee) to play more than a few dozen snaps in 2020 should make a difference for Lindsay.

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