In an interview with Ken Suguira of the Atlanta Journal-Constitution, Days said that his practice time is divided almost equally between the two positions,
"It’s pretty much 50/50. If I’m not in at quarterback, I’m in at A-back, so I’m getting my conditioning during actual practice."
Days is confident at either position, and says he has no problems with the blocking schemes at A-Back.
Days also said that he is working on special teams as a kickoff returner, but because of his unique position on the depth chart will only be used in emergencies,
"Just for, I guess, if somehow everybody on the team gets hurt, they’ll put me back there. I pray to God that doesn’t happen."
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