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Olsen Satisfied with Monster Day
Do tight ends still have a place in Mike Martz's offense? Greg Olsen thinks so. Speaking to the media after Sunday's 35-24 win over the Seahawks in the divisional round of the NFC playoffs, Olsen acknowledged his role may have changed from that of the high-profile receiver he was a year ago, but he feels what he's doing now is just as important to the team's success. "I'm still out there," said Olsen, who caught three passes for 113 yards and a TD from quarterback Jay Cutler. "I might be doing different things, such as picking up blitzes or lead blocking like a fullback, but that's something I've grown to enjoy. I see myself giving Jay the chance to step up and play." Against the Seahawks in the first half, Olsen's role seemed to have changed once more, reverting back to where he was a year ago. On Cutler's first career pass in the postseason, he found Olsen down the middle on third-and-2 for a 58-yard catch-and-run to the end zone that just about set Soldier Field on its ear...
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