Klint Kubiak is making Taysom Hill do "never done before"

Even though Taysom Hill has seen enough of action throughout the years with the Saints offense, new offensive coordinator Klint Kubiak is looking for creative ways to utilize the multi-purpose weapon.  

"The more we can do, the better and harder it is," Hill stated, according to Matthew Paras of nola.com.  

Hill has worked out with the tight ends and running backs in the offseason program, according to Paras, and has lined up as a running back, fullback, outside receiver, slot receiver, H-back, and tight end. Hill isn't going to be leading the offense.  

Hill said, "I've been having a blast". I'm being asked to do things I've never done before, which is bizarre after seven years of doing what I've been doing  

That is both intriguing and difficult, and I thrive when faced with challenges of this kind. Thanks to those folks, I've been able to experience some really exciting and novel opportunities.  

According to Pro Football Focus, out of Hill's 426 offensive snaps last season, just 29 came from the backfield, and of those, only one was at fullback.  

While fullback Kyle Juszczyk was named to the Pro Bowl for the ninth year in a row and received his first All-Pro vote last season, Kubiak served as the 49ers' passing game specialist.  

They are currently working on Kubiak's vision for Hill's role in his offense, which was discussed in a "frank" but constructive talk between the two.  

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