http://www.buffzone.com/cu-news/ci_23832272/football-cu-buffs-tight-ends-have-plenty-prove Typical camp stuff about how they've got potential, developed over the summer, can all contribute, etc., etc. But what stands out is an approach to the way this staff manages personnel and coordination / game planning. There's definitely a new sheriff in town. Just how much the tight ends see the field is up to them, however. In fact, just a few days into camp, Adams wasn't even sure how often the tight ends will be utilized. "It'll depend on how much we feel like that position is one of our best 11," he said. "We're going to use more than 11 guys, but when you find out who your best 11 guys are, you try to put them on the field a little bit more than everybody else. So, if we feel like there are two tight ends who are in our top 15 or whatever, we'll use it a lot. If there's only one, we might use it a little bit less. It just depends on how fast we come along and how good our receiving crew looks."