Brandon Jacobs isn't at the 2011 NFL Scouting Combine.
But there seems little question the New York Giants running back probably likes what he hears from Indianapolis this week.
On Friday, Giants coach Tom Coughlin said he'd like to get the seventh-year veteran more involved in the offense after he averaged 5.6 yards on 147 carries last season, rushing for 823 yards and nine touchdowns.
"You look at the end of the year numbers, you'd want him to have a few more carries," Coughlin said. "Brandon was fresher than he's ever been, healthier than he's ever been and probably needs to carry the ball a little bit more."
On Saturday, Giants general manager Jerry Reese agreed.