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Wolfe Has to Prove Himself Again

Wolfe rushed for 52 TDs in three seasons at NIU

Most everyone thought Jerry Angelo would select a tailback to complement Cedric Benson in last weekend's NFL Draft, but few believed it would be Garrett Wolfe of Northern Illinois. The diminutive dynamo was a star at Holy Cross High School in River Grove before shredding the MAC for three seasons, and he couldn't be happier about staying close to home. But can he take the punishment on Sundays?

The Chicago Bears had a lot of success running the ball in the second half of 2006, and their dynamic duo in the backfield was a big reason why. Underappreciated veteran Thomas Jones started all 16 games and led the team on the ground with 1,210 yards, but Cedric Benson really came on strong down the stretch and racked up 647 yards of his own. The two-pronged attack is all the rage in today's NFL...

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