Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Sunday he envisions Andre Ellington handling 20 touches per game this season.
The Cardinals' official site says Andre Ellington "remains the linchpin" at the running back position.
Andre Ellington has reportedly looked 100 percent during Cardinals OTAs.
Andre Ellington has resumed making "all" cuts after playing through a foot injury in 2014.
Following the draft, coach Bruce Arians said Andre Ellington "will continue in his same role."
Speaking Thursday, Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Andre Ellington was "95 percent recovered" from his foot injury.
Andre Ellington forced just 20 missed tackles on 247 touches last season.
Coach Bruce Arians said the Cardinals would "like to have a bigger back."
Cardinals GM Steve Keim said he wants Andre Ellington to get "bigger and stronger" in the weight room this offseason.
Cardinals coach Bruce Arians said Andre Ellington is "still the focal point of the offense."
Andre Ellington (sports-hernia surgery, foot) has resumed running.
Andre Ellington (sports-hernia surgery, injured reserve) is expected to avoid foot surgery.
Cardinals will place Andre Ellington (hip, sports hernia, foot) on injured reserve, ending his season.
Andre Ellington (hip) is officially inactive for Week 14 against the Chiefs.