Dallas Cowboys running back Darren McFadden is two years older than he was in 2015 when he rushed for 1,089 yards and showed the world there was a little burst left in his body after a largely injury-filled and disappointing career with the Los Angeles Raiders.

The Cowboys are hoping he can reprise that performance after star running back Ezekiel Elliott was suspended for the first six games of the season.

McFadden, who had just 24 carries for 87 in limited play last season, said his body is healthy and ready do whatever is asked. He had six carries for 28 yards in Saturday night’s 13-10 preseason loss against the Los Angeles Rams.

It was an improvement over his effort against the Arizona Cardinals in the Hall of Fame when he had three carries for -6 yards.

McFadden, 29, says it’s just about getting reps and getting back in sync.