Nyheim Hines

#21 RB / Indianapolis Colts / EXP: 4YRS Height: 5-9 Weight: 196 lb Age: 24 College: NC State Bye 14

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Listed as limited

    Nyheim Hines (ribs) was listed as limited on Wednesday's practice estimate.The same applies to top back Jonathan Taylor following Wednesday's walk-through, but so far there's nothing to suggest that either player is in danger of missing Sunday's game against the Titans. Hines is coming off a Week 7 effort in which he logged eight carries for 14 yards and minus-two yards on one catch in the Indianapolis Colts' win over the 49ers. Given that his involvement in the team's passing game has been limited over the last four weeks, Hines profiles as a speculative fantasy lineup option versus Tennessee.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Just 12 total yards Sunday

    Nyheim Hines had eight carries for 14 yards and lost two yards on two receptions on three targets in Sunday's 30-18 win at San Francisco.Hines had a bad drop on a pass that would have gone for 10-to-20 yards, which would have made his game look much better. He played on 19 of the offense's 68 snaps, which has been about his usual workload. However, he's just not a big part of a game plan unless the team is playing from far behind and is forced to throw as he hasn't had a game with more than 10 touches since Week 3.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Just five touches Sunday

    Nyheim Hines had four carries for 13 yards and one reception for nine yards on two targets in Sunday's win over Houston.Hines played on just 11 of the offense's 48 snaps as he wasn't needed in the passing game with the Indianapolis Colts having a large lead and with Jonathan Taylor running well (145 yards rushing). Meanwhile, Marlon Mack had five carries and played nine snaps. While he may get more work when the Colts are playing from behind, it's worrisome he's had such little involvement the past three weeks (12 touches the last three games) while Mack has become more involved.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Just four touches Monday

    Nyheim Hines had four carries for 18 yards and no receptions on one target in Monday's loss to Baltimore.Hines played 26 snaps (38 percent of offensive plays) which is about his average workload, but he had fewer touches than Marlon Mack. Hines was hindered by a sore shoulder in practice, but it doesn't sound like the injury was a factor in his workload. While he may get more work when the Indianapolis Colts are playing from behind, it's been worrisome he's had such little involvement the past two weeks (four touches last week) and Mack has become more involved.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Cleared for MNF

    Nyheim Hines (shoulder) doesn't carry an injury designation for Monday night's game against the Ravens after being listed as a full practice participant Saturday.Now that he's cleared for Week 5 action, Hines will continue to work in a change-of-pace role behind Indy's top back Jonathan Taylor. It's an assignment that has led to hit-or-miss fantasy production for Hines out of the gate. In the Indianapolis Colts' Week 4 win over the Dolphins, Hines logged two carries for six yards and two catches for five yards on two targets. Looking ahead, Hines figures to be more involved in games where the team needs to throw more, which keeps the 24-year-old on the PPR radar.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Logs limited practice

    Nyheim Hines (shoulder) was a limited participant in Friday's practice.Hines' return to the field Friday after missing Thursday's practice bodes well for his chances of suiting up Monday against the Ravens. The Indianapolis Colts will release their final injury report of the week Saturday, when it will be known whether Hines carries an injury designation into Monday's contest.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Back at practice

    Nyheim Hines (shoulder) returned to practice Friday, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports.The Indianapolis Colts will release their second injury report of the week later Friday, which will reveal Hines' participation level. Regardless, his return to the field in any capacity after not practicing Thursday is a good sign with regard to his status for Monday's game against the Ravens. If available for the contest, Hines will continue to work in a change-of-pace role behind Indy's top back, Jonathan Taylor.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Sits out practice

    Nyheim Hines didn't practice Thursday due to a shoulder injury.Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis previously noted that Hines' shoulder issue stems from getting hit on a muffed punt Week 4, but the injury didn't impact him for the rest of the game. Still, the running back's absence from practice Thursday makes his status for Monday's game against the Ravens worth monitoring. Assuming he's available for Week 5, Hines will continue to work in a change-of-pace role behind top back Jonathan Taylor.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Just four touches Sunday

    Nyheim Hines had two carries for six yards and two receptions for five yards on two targets in Sunday's win over Miami. "In my mind, the starting point is Jonathan [Taylor] with 20 carries, Nyheim with five and Marlon [Mack] with five,'' head coach Frank Reich told Fox 59 TV Indianapolis after the game. "But there's give-and-take depending on how the game goes.''Hines played a season-low 22 snaps on offense and went out on just 11 routes. He got less playing time because the Indianapolis Colts were running the ball effectively with Taylor (103 yards on 16 carries) and playing with a lead. Hines will be more active when Indy needs to throw the ball more.

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    Colts' Nyheim Hines: Scores in defeat

    Nyheim Hines rushed six times for 25 yards and a touchdown and caught five of six targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 25-16 loss to the Titans.Hines opened the Indianapolis Colts' scoring with a nine-yard touchdown rush in the second quarter. The tailback otherwise was most impactful in the passing game, trailing only top wideout Michael Pittman in catches and receiving yards. In fact, with his output as a receiver Sunday, Hines narrowly topped starting tailback Jonathan Taylor's 72 yards from scrimmage overall. Now having been productive in two of Indianapolis' first three outings, Hines will strive to maintain his form Week 4 versus the Dolphins.

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