Outlook: With Terrance West departing for the New Orleans Saints and Danny Woodhead retiring, Collins, who ended last season ranked 11th in the league in rushing with 973 yards, no longer has to worry as much about sharing carries. He enters camp as the favorite to open the regular season as the No. 1 running back. But if Dixon can prove that the health of his knee is not a problem, the 2016 fourth-round draft pick could challenge Collins atop the depth chart. Allen, who caught 46 passes for 250 yards and two touchdowns last season, is a reliable target out of the backfield. Ricard’s versatility in playing fullback and defensive end is a strength.