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Sep 25, 2022 13 39 3.0 10 0 4
Sep 18, 2022 7 25 3.6 6 0 4
Sep 11, 2022 10 26 2.6 8 1 10

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2022 90 3.00 1 10 73
2021 752 3.72 15 37 375 3 22014.7
2020 721 4.27 6 35 215 1299.9
3y Avg. 646 3.99 8 0 35 280 2 15211.7
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Fantasy News

  • Cardinals' James Conner: Bust Candidate (Lineup Decisions)

    The Cardinals can talk about getting Conner going, but until Fantasy managers see it, he's going to be tough to trust. It would be particularly nice if Conner did even more in the pass game -- he's already sitting on 10 catches for the year, with half coming in Week 1. But without that coming, the best bet for Conner is to fall into decent numbers based on a lot of touches. That's not promised. He's a risky No. 2 running back who is better to go with than Clyde Edwards-Helaire or Ezekiel Elliott, but not over Cordarrelle Patterson or Dameon Pierce.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: RBs to Start

    Conner has had a rough start to the season. He scored 15 PPR points in Week 1 against Kansas City, but he suffered an ankle injury in Week 2 at Las Vegas and struggled in Week 3 against the Raiders. He has yet to rush for 40 yards in a game, and he only has one touchdown. This should be his best game of the season against the Panthers, who have allowed three total touchdowns to running backs and are home underdogs. If the Cardinals are playing with a lead as expected, Conner should have the opportunity for plenty of touches and hopefully a breakout performance.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Tending to knee injury

    Conner practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday due to a knee injury, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Conner emerged from Week 2 with an ankle issue but was able to suit up this past Sunday against the Rams, playing 50 of 83 offensive snaps (60 percent) on his way to 16 touches for 57 yards from scrimmage. He's now tending to a new injury, though he at least mixed into some drills to kick off Week 4 prep. In any case, Conner's status should be monitored in the coming days to get a sense of his availability for Sunday's game at Carolina.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Held in check by Rams

    Conner carried the ball 13 times for 39 yards and caught three of five targets for 18 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to the Rams. For the third straight game, Conner failed to gain much yardage, and his 57 scrimmage yards were actually a season high. The former Steeler remains entrenched at the top of the Cardinals depth chart -- backups Eno Benjamin and Darrel Williams combined for only eight touches and 30 yards Sunday -- but he might need to get back into the end zone to make a fantasy impact in Week 4 against the Panthers.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Available in Week 3

    Conner (ankle) is listed as active Sunday against the Rams, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Conner was knocked out of the Cardinals' Week 2 win at Las Vegas with an ankle injury, which kept him to limited practices Thursday and Friday in advance of Sunday's contest. Coach Kliff Kingsbury termed Conner a game-time decision, and after a pregame workout he'll be available to Arizona's backfield. Typically, Conner would dominate the touches afforded the team's running backs, but Kingsbury may opt for a rare timeshare of sorts between Conner, Darrel Williams and Eno Benjamin. As a result, it's tough to forecast exactly how much work Conner may receive this weekend.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Optimism regarding Sunday availability

    Conner, who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams with an ankle injury, is slated to test things out pre-game, but there is optimism he'll play in the contest, according to Ian Rapoport of NFL Network. Conner missed Wednesday's practice before returning to limited sessions Thursday and Friday. In any case, fantasy managers considering Conner in Week 3 lineups are advised to verify the running back's status ahead of Sunday's 4:25 ET kickoff, but in the absence of any setbacks in warmups, it appears as though he's trending in the right direction. If, however, he ends up out or limited Sunday, Darrel Williams and Eno Benjamin would be next up for touches in the Cardinals' backfield.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Truly questionable

    Conner, a likely game-time decision due to an ankle injury, is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. The Cardinals reportedly won't decide on Conner's availability until they've seen his pregame workout ahead of the 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday. If he ends up on the inactive list, it'll be Eno Benjamin and Darrel Williams handling most of the backfield snaps, with the nature of their workload split rather difficult to determine beforehand. Benjamin worked as the No. 2 back in Week 1 and took seven touches for 61 yards, but he then split work with Williams after Conner's early exit from the Week 2 win over Vegas. Given that Williams rose to the occasion with a long run and a goal-line touchdown to help the Cardinals secure a win, he could be the starter this Sunday if Conner is out.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Likely game-time call

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Friday that Conner (ankle) will be a game-time decision for Sunday's matchup with the Rams, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. While his ankle injury isn't too serious, Conner was unable to return to last week's game after his exit and now is in danger of missing a contest. The Rams and Cardinals are scheduled for a 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff this Sunday, with Darrel Williams and Eno Benjamin on hand as the backfield replacements if Conner doesn't play. Benjamin served as Conner's backup in the season opener, but Williams had a bigger impact after the injury last week with a long run and a touchdown in the overtime win over Las Vegas.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Back to limited practice

    Conner (ankle) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Conner left the Cardinals' eventual Week 2 win in Las Vegas with an ankle injury that sidelined him at Wednesday's session. Now that he's back on the field, he's giving himself a chance to miss no more time as a result of the issue. Still, Friday's practice report could leave him with a designation entering the weekend. If Conner is limited or out Sunday against the Rams, Darrel Williams and Eno Benjamin likely would split the touches out of Arizona's backfield.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Spotted at practice

    Conner (ankle) was present for Thursday's practice, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. After sitting out the Cardinals' first practice of the week, Conner, who coach Kliff Kingsbury called "day-to-day" Wednesday, was on the field Thursday, but it remains to be seen how the team lists his participation level. If the running back is out or limited at all Sunday against the Rams, Darrel Williams and Eno Benjamin would be next up for added backfield reps Week 3.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Sits out practice Wednesday

    Conner (ankle) didn't take part in practice Wednesday, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Per Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site, head coach Kliff Kingsbury called Conner "day-to-day" earlier Wednesday, but the sixth-year pro didn't end up logging any on-field work in the first session of Week 3. Conner has two more opportunities to do so before the team potentially gives him a designation for Sunday's game against the Rams. If Conner is limited or sidelined this weekend, Darrel Williams and Eno Benjamin are the next players up in Arizona's backfield.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Remains day-to-day

    Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Wednesday that Conner (ankle) still is day-to-day, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Conner made an early departure from Arizona's Week 2 overtime win at Las Vegas due to an ankle injury. He appears to have avoided a significant injury, and his ability to practice this week will confirm as much. Conner's activity level on Wednesday's injury report will give a sense of whether he may be trending in the right direction for Sunday's game against the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Avoids long-term injury

    Conner (ankle) isn't believe to have suffered a severe injury in Sunday's overtime victory over the Raiders, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Conner wasn't able to return to Sunday's contest, but he looks like he may be able to avoid a lengthy recovery timeline. His chances of playing Week 3 versus the Rams likely will depend on the extent of his practice activity, so Conner's status will need to be monitored going forward. Eno Benjamin and Darrel Williams would stand to handle increased reps if Conner does miss time or suit up while limited.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Injures ankle Sunday

    Conner exited Sunday's game against the Raiders with an ankle injury. Prior to leaving the game, Conner had carried seven times for 25 yards and caught two of his four targets for 26 yards. Next up for the Cardinals' backfield touches in Conner's absence are Eno Benjamin and Darrel Williams.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Gets into end zone in loss

    Conner carried the ball 10 times for 26 yards and a touchdown and caught five of six targets for 29 yards in Sunday's 44-21 loss to Kansas City. While the yardage wasn't impressive, Conner showed his nose for the end zone with a two-yard plunge early in the second quarter to get the Cardinals on the board. The 27-year-old scored 18 TDs in 15 games in his first season for Arizona in 2021, and as long as Conner can stay mostly healthy he stands a good chance of reaching double digits once again.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Not slated to play in preseason finale

    Conner is not in line to play in Saturday's preseason finale against the Titans, Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic reports. Conner and the team's full allotment of top available skill players are thus in line to see their next game action in Week 1 against the Chiefs. While Conner is the team's clear-cut top RB, the pecking order behind him has yet to be solidified, as Darrel Williams, Eno Benjamin, Keaontay Ingram and Jonathan Ward (shoulder) continue to compete for depth chart slotting.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Unlikely to play this weekend

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury suggested Conner and other starters will be held out again for the Cardinals' second preseason game Sunday against the Ravens, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Kingsbury said he's leaning toward a repeat of his plan from the preseason opener, in which Conner and most other starters were held out, as was backup running back Darrel Williams. The competition in Arizona's backfield is between Williams, Eno Benjamin and Keaontay Ingram for backup roles, while Conner is locked in atop the depth chart.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Stays in the desert

    Conner and the Cardinals have reached agreement on a three-year contract, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The 230-pound back was a smash hit after signing a modest one-year contract last offseason, finishing 2021 with 1,127 total yards (375 receiving) and 18 touchdowns. Conner spent most of the year in a committee with Chase Edmonds, who is signing a two-year contract with the Dolphins, per Adam Schefter of ESPN. It remains to be seen if the Cardinals sign/draft a comparable replacement for Edmonds; if not, Conner could take on a three-down role again.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Scores in season-ending defeat

    Conner rushed four times for 19 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 34-11 wild-card round loss to the Rams. He also caught one of two targets for five yards. Conner had his snaps limited while battling through a rib injury, with the game flow of Monday's blowout also restricting his involvement as a runner. As usual, though, the tailback managed to find the end zone, scoring from two yards to finally get Arizona on the board in the third quarter. After inking a one-year deal with the Cardinals last offseason, Conner went on to finish third league-wide in touchdowns despite playing just 15 games, with 15 of his 18 scores coming on the ground. He rounded out his production with 202 carries for 752 yards and 37 catches on 39 targets for 375 more yards. Given that fantastic production, the 26-year-old is bound to garner more significant interest as he reenters free agency this spring, but with many other key offensive contributors on expiring contracts, it's unclear whether the Cardinals will bring Conner back.
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  • Cardinals' James Conner: Available Monday

    Conner (ribs) is listed as active for Monday's wild-card game against the Rams, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Conner managed just one limited practice this week in advance of the contest due to a rib injury suffered during a Week 18 loss to the Seahawks. While his status is confirmed for Arizona's playoff opener, it remains to be seen what kind of workload he'll be able to handle. In the 10 games in which both he and Chase Edmonds (ribs/toe) were available this season, Conner earned 135 touches to Edmonds' 112, but it should be noted that Edmonds appears to be healthier than Conner after going limited, limited and full on the practice field Thursday through Saturday.
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