T.J. Yeldon

#22 RB / Buffalo Bills / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 223 lb Age: 26 College: Alabama Bye 11

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  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: Sees first action of season

    T.J. Yeldon carried three times for 18 yards and was not targeted in the passing game during Sunday's win over the Rams.Yeldon, a healthy scratch the first two weeks, was asked to suit up as the No. 2 running back with Zack Moss out with a toe injury. The 6.0 yards per carry is nice, but the 2015 second-rounder simply hasn't seen enough volume to be a factor for years. Still, the Buffalo Bills have an effective running game, and Yeldon was one injury away from having a meaningful role in the attack Sunday. One thing he does do well is catch the ball out of the backfield, but the team uses wide receiver Isaiah McKenzie more in that short-area role.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: Not dressing for Week 2

    T.J. Yeldon will be inactive for Sunday's game in Miami, Chris Brown of the Buffalo Bills' official site reports.Yeldon was inactive last week as well, a situation that could continue until/unless Devin Singletary or Zack Moss suffers an injury. Taiwan Jones is a far better special teams player than Yeldon and could be used as an emergency RB if needed.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: Survives roster cuts

    T.J. Yeldon survived the Buffalo Bills' roster cutdown Saturday and looks to begin the season as the team's No. 3 running back.Taiwan Jones also made the team, but he's more of a special-teams ace, and it will be Yeldon who should see the field as a pass-catching threat out of the backfield. Note that the Bills seem to tweak the bottom of their roster more than the average team, so Yeldon is no sure thing to last the entire season. The Bills are already planning a visit with veteran cut Lamar Miller.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: More competition for final roster

    T.J. Yeldon has a new teammate in the running back corps after the Buffalo Bills drafted Utah's Zack Moss in the third round of this weekend's draft.Moss won't really be competing with Yeldon per se, since the former is a lock to make the team as a high draft pick and can already be considered the No. 2 guy behind Devin Singletary. The Buffalo brass has been singing Yeldon's praises this offseason, however, even though he didn't do much in his first season with the team, running for just 63 yards on 17 carries and catching 13 balls for 124 yards. Yeldon and Singletary are the two best receiving options in the RB room, but Yeldon isn't much of a special teams player, which should ensure a spot goes to Taiwan Jones. In the end, it might come down to a battle between Yeldon and ex-rugby star Christian Wade for one of the team's final roster spots.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: Sitting out Saturday

    T.J. Yeldon (coach's decision) is inactive for Saturday's playoff game against the Texans.Yeldon played in just six games this season, so it's not much of a surprise to see him as a healthy inactive in this pivotal contest. Expect Devin Singletary and Frank Gore to see the majority of the opportunities out of the backfield Saturday.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: Picks up 42 yards

    T.J. Yeldon ran for 18 yards on seven carries and added 24 yards on three catches during Sunday's 13-6 loss to the Jets.Yeldon had accounted for just 20 touches all season, and none since Week 5, heading into Sunday, but he saw extended playing time as the Buffalo Bills rested their roster with the No. 5 seed already in their grasp. Rookie dynamo Devin Singletary was among those who sat out the game. With Singletary returning for Saturday's matchup against the Texans, expect Yeldon's role to be dramatically reduced -- if he dresses at all.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: To see action

    T.J. Yeldon is not among the inactives for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Jets, Chris Brown of the Buffalo Bills' official site reports.We're not sure how much action Frank Gore will see in this meaningless finale for the Bills, but Devin Singletary is already a healthy scratch, so given Gore's age and familiarity with what he can do, there's a chance Yeldon could see some decent run just as more of an audition for next year or to see if he can be helpful for next week's playoff game in a reserve capacity.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: Inactive Week 14

    T.J. Yeldon is inactive for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.Yeldon fought an illness during the week but returned to practice Friday, while his bigger fight has been to return to the lineup, with Devin Singletary, Frank Gore, fullback Patrick DiMarco and special teamer Senorise Perry all cemented ahead of him. Yeldon hasn't suited up since Week 5.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: Back from illness

    T.J. Yeldon (illness) returned to practice Friday and will be available for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports.Yeldon missed Thursday's practice but will head into the weekend with his health intact. Considering that he's been inactive in coach's decisions since Week 5, there's no guarantee he'll suit up Week 14. The Buffalo Bills seem content with Devin Singletary and Frank Gore at running back, Patrick DiMarco at fullback and Senorise Perry on special teams.

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    Bills' T.J. Yeldon: Not practicing Thursday

    T.J. Yeldon is not participating in Thursday's practice due to an illness, Jay Skurski of The Buffalo News reports.Yeldon has been a healthy scratch for seven straight games, so even if he were forced to miss any time Buffalo's offense would emerge unscathed. Rookie Devin Singletary has emerged as the top option in the Buffalo Bills' backfield, with Frank Gore serving a change-of-pace role and Senorise Perry contributing on special teams.