A year ago, Corey Clement was just another face in the crowd trying to make the Philadelphia Eagles’ roster.The running back accomplished that goal. Then he earned a bigger role after Darren Sproles went down with an injury, garnering more snaps and pass-catching touches as the season progressed. On the biggest stage, Super Bowl LII, Clement exploded, earning 100 yards on four receptions with a crucial touchdown.With LeGarrette Blount’s departure, there are snaps up for grabs behind starter Jay Ajayi. Clement stands as the most likely to win those touches while splitting some of the pass-catching duties with Sproles. Clement knows he’ll have to fend off the likes of Wendell Smallwood, 2017 fourth-round pick Donnel Pumphrey, recently signed Matt Jones and undrafted Josh Adams to earn more opportunities.”There’s a lot of competition,” Clement said, via Paul Domowitch of the Philadelphia Daily News. “Going head to head with Jay, Wendell, Pump and Matt Jones. And the new undrafted guy [Adams], I’m pretty sure he’s got fire up under his skin like I did last year.”I definitely want to get more touches, more carries, more catches out of the backfield this year. I want to be more of a key contributor. I don’t think that’s being greedy. I have a job to do and that’s to put this team in the best position possible [to win].”With Sproles’ return, the chance for Clement to garner more touches is on the ground. He averaged just 4.2 rushes per game, including playoffs, during his rookie campaign, with just four games of more than six totes — none after Week 9.