Josh Jacobs Stephen R. Sylvanie-USA TODAY Sports

Last season, Josh Jacobs led the entire NFL in rushing with the Las Vegas Raiders. Now that he is with the Green Bay Packers, he’ll obviously look to continue that dominance on the ground, but it sounds like he also wants to make a pretty significant change to his game, as well.

During a recent interview with the NFL Network, Josh Jacobs revealed that he wants to be utilized more in the passing game this upcoming season with the Packers than he was during his time with the Raiders.

“Just to be able to come out and actually show that I can catch the ball more,” Jacobs said on the NFL Network. “Not just that but trusting me enough to be able to pick up protections. It’s just so special when you got a guy like Jordan Love back there, and you can’t really just load the box every play, and you make defenses decide what they want to stop. I think that’s going to be the biggest help for me this year.”

Obviously, Jacobs possesses the talent to catch the ball out of the backfield, he just wasn’t given much of an opportunity to do it with the Raiders. We’ll have to see if his role is expanded in that way in Las Vegas.