Source: Darin Gantt, NBC Sports Pro Football Talk 
Then they tried to settle him at wide receiver, and that didn’t yield much either.
So now, at 0-8 and officially at the “why not, let’s try it” stage of the season, they’re going to make him a running back.
“We tried him at wildcat and tried him at receiver and we just said that didn’t work real well,’’ Jaguars coach Gus Bradley said, via Vito Stellino of the Florida Times-Union. “Let’s put him at tailback. He never played it before, but when he did, some things came naturally to him. . . .