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  • Jordan Howard: Let go from Saints' practice squad

    The Saints cut Howard from their practice squad Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of reports. Howard has jumped between the Saints' practice squad and their active roster dating back to when he first arrived in New Orleans on Oct. 12, but he's since been let go following Tuesday's transaction. Across his two appearances this season, the veteran running back recorded just four offensive snaps, translating to one yard on one carry in that span.
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  • Jordan Howard: Sent back to practice squad

    The Saints reverted Howard to their practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Howard got his second straight elevation to the active roster Week 10, but he played just three snaps, logging one carry for one yard against Pittsburgh. New Orleans played Alvin Kamara on 37 of 47 offensive snaps while Dwayne Washington received four snaps, leaving Howard to fill a very minor role. Howard could see action again in Week 11 against the Rams if Mark Ingram (knee) remains out, but he is unlikely to be on the field enough to be viable in fantasy.
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  • Saints' Jordan Howard: Elevated from practice squad

    New Orleans elevated Howard from its practice squad to the active roster Saturday ahead of Sunday's game at the Steelers, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. With Mark Ingram (knee) having been ruled out again for Week 10, Howard figures to be in uniform for the Saints for a second consecutive week. The 28-year-old tailback played just one offensive snap in Week 9.
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  • Jordan Howard: Returns to Saints' practice squad

    Howard reverted to the Saints' practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's transaction log. Howard signed to New Orleans' practice squad back on Oct. 12, and he finally received his first promotion to the team's active roster prior to Monday's loss to the Ravens. In the game, the 28-year-old logged just one offensive snap and failed to record a stat. Howard is now slated to return to the practice squad as an emergency depth option, but he could once again be elevated to the Saints' 53-man roster if Mark Ingram (knee) is unable to gain medical clearance before Sunday's contest in Pittsburgh.
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  • Saints' Jordan Howard: Elevated to active roster

    The Saints elevated Howard to the active roster Monday, Luke Johnson of The New Orleans Times-Picayune reports. The veteran running back joined the Saints' practice squad Oct. 12 after New Orleans lost Latavius Murray to the Broncos and Tony Jones to the Seahawks. With Mark Ingram (knee) sidelined, Howard will have a chance to make his 2022 debut Monday against the Ravens after being elevated to the Saints' active roster, though Alvin Kamara will likely dominate the snaps at running back.
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  • Jordan Howard: Joins Saints' practice squad

    The Saints signed Howard to their practice squad Wednesday, Nick Underhill of NewOrleans.Football reports. Howard appeared in seven games for the Eagles last year, totaling 88 touches for 425 yards and three scores, but he wasn't signed this offseason and remained a free agent heading into the 2022 campaign. However, he's landed a practice-squad job with the Saints, who recently lost Latavius Murray to the Broncos and Tony Jones to the Seahawks. Howard likely won't be elevated to the active roster as long as Alvin Kamara, Mark Ingram and Dwayne Washington are healthy.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: One touch against Buccaneers

    Howard hauled in his lone target for seven yards in Sunday's 31-15 loss to Tampa Bay. Howard began the 2021 campaign on the Eagles' practice squad but joined the active roster for the first time at the end of October. He landed a contract in November and appeared in seven total regular-season games. He recorded double-digit touches in each of those appearances but was limited in the wild-card round because Miles Sanders and Boston Scott were available. Across his seven regular-season appearances, Howard tallied 86 carries for 406 yards and three touchdowns while catching two of five targets for 19 yards. The 27-year-old is slated to become an unrestricted free agent during the offseason.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Bound for smaller rotation role

    Howard and Boston Scott are expected to rotate in behind lead option Miles Sanders (hand) for reps out of the backfield in Sunday's wild-card game against the Buccaneers, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. Howard and Scott were sidelined for the regular-season finale against Dallas due to stints on the reserve/COVID-19 list, while Sanders was out for the second game in a row as he continued to recover from hand surgery. When Sanders was idle for the Week 17 win in Washington, Scott played a position-leading 52 percent of the offensive snaps and took 14 carries for 47 yards and two scores to go with four receptions for 39 yards, while Howard played 34 percent of snaps and finished with 11 carries for 26 yards. Both Howard and Scott will be hard pressed to see double-digit touches in the postseason opener, as head coach Nick Sirianni said that Sanders will face "no limitations" this Sunday after practicing fully Friday, according to Geoff Mosher of That said, Sanders hasn't topped 60 percent of snaps since Week 6, so the Eagles should have small roles in the game plan available for both Howard and Scott. Scott is a decent bet to serve as a change-of-pace option who can relieve Sanders if there's any question about his ability to catch the ball securely in his return from the hand injury, while Howard's sturdy six-foot, 222-pound frame makes him well suited for short-yardage and goal-line work.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Returns from COVID list

    The Eagles activated Howard (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday. Philadelphia returned all of its players on the virus list to the active roster ahead of Sunday's wild-card game in Tampa Bay, including three key skill-position players in Howard and Boston Scott along with tight end Dallas Goedert. Meanwhile, No. 1 back Miles Sanders (hand) was sidelined along with Howard and Scott in the Eagles' Week 18 loss to the Cowboys, which allowed Kenneth Gainwell (12 carries for 78 yards and a touchdown, four catches for nine yards) to fill a three-down role. Sanders' status for the first round of the playoffs this weekend isn't yet clear, but if he's not ready to go, Howard and Scott likely would share most of the carries, while Gainwell would serve as more of a change-of-pace option.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Stays on COVID-19 list

    Howard (illness) remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list ahead of Saturday's game against the Cowboys, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. As does Boston Scott (illness), and with Miles Sanders out with a hand injury, look for Kenneth Gainwell to head the Eagles' Week 18 rushing attack, while Jason Huntley is available to mix in as well. Howard and Scott thus will need to clear the NFL's COVID-19 protocols in order to be available for the team's postseason opener next weekend.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Lands on COVID list

    The Eagles placed Howard on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday. According to Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Howard was one of 12 Eagles placed on the list Monday after all tested positive. In addition to Howard, fellow running back Boston Scott (illness) landed on the list, leaving rookie Kenneth Gainwell as the only healthy backfield option on the active roster ahead of Saturday's regular-season finale versus the Cowboys. Head coach Nick Sirianni already said earlier Monday that lead back Miles Sanders (hand) is expected to miss a second straight game this weekend.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Stuck in backup role

    Howard rushed the ball 11 times for 26 yards in Sunday's 20-16 win over Washington. Howard was limited in practice throughout the week due to a stinger, and that injury may have limited his volume and efficiency against Washington. He saw only three fewer carries than Boston Scott in the absence of Miles Sanders (hand), but he gave way in goal-line situations to Scott, who found the end zone twice. As usual, Howard was not involved in the passing attack, registering an abysmal stat line as the result. That could turn around in a Week 18 matchup against Dallas if Howard returns to health and Sanders remains sidelined.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Suiting up in Week 17

    Howard (stinger) is listed as active Sunday at Washington. Howard picked up a stinger last Sunday against the Giants and opened Week 17 prep with no activity at Wednesday's session. When he stepped on the practice field Thursday, he noticeably was sporting extra protection around his shoulder pads, according to Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer. Howard capped the week with back-to-back limited listings but still earned a questionable tag. All along, he seemed poised to be available to the Eagles offense, and indeed he'll be just that Sunday. With Miles Sanders (hand) out of commission, Howard will join forces with Boston Scott out of the backfield, while Kenneth Gainwell is on hand as a change-of-pace option. When Sanders previously sat out Weeks 8-10 this season, Philadelphia operated with a similar setup, which amounted to 41 carries for 211 yards and three touchdowns for Howard across those three contests. Meanwhile, Scott had 35 touches for 205 yards from scrimmage and two TDs, and Gainwell turned 18 touches into 44 total yards and one score.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Questionable after practicing again

    Howard (stinger) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at Washington, Mike Kaye of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. With Miles Sanders (hand) already ruled out, the Eagles hope Howard can join Boston Scott and Kenneth Gainwell in the backfield. That was the plan Weeks 8 through 10 when Sanders was sidelined by an ankle injury, with Howard averaging 13.7 carries for 70.3 yards and 1.0 touchdowns in a three-game stretch. Scott was also reasonably productive with 11.0 carries for 60.3 yards and 0.67 touchdowns, while Gainwell averaged only six touches and 12.1 yards per game. In any case, Howard could be a game-time decision ahead of the 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff this Sunday, having finished the week with back-to-back limited practices after sitting out Wednesday's session.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Gets in limited practice

    Howard (stinger) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday. While Howard didn't practice Wednesday due to the stinger he picked up this past Sunday versus the Giants, coach Nick Sirianni told Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia that the running back was "working like crazy" to be available Week 17 at Washington. Indeed, Howard was spotted on the field Thursday working in individual drills with extra padding around his shoulders, per Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer. With Miles Sanders (hand) out for Sunday's game, Howard and Boston Scott would figure to man the backfield, assuming the former gains clearance to play through his injury.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Uncertain for Sunday

    Howard didn't practice Wednesday while tending to a stinger in his neck, but Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said the running back hopes to be ready for Sunday's game against Washington, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. With Miles Sanders (hand) already out for at least one week, an absence from Howard could leave Boston Scott to handle a sizable workload on the ground, with rookie Kenneth Gainwell also in line for an enhanced role. At this stage, Howard still is optimistic he'll be ready to go for Sunday, though he missed eight games with a similar injury back in 2019. Sanders, meanwhile, hasn't been ruled out beyond the upcoming game and isn't expected to land on injured reserve.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Could play Week 17

    Eagles head coach Nick Sirianni said Howard (neck) could play Sunday in Washington, depending on how quickly the running back recovers from the stinger he suffered in the Week 16 victory over the Giants, EJ Smith of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Before departing with the injury, Howard carried nine times for 37 yards and reeled in two of four targets for 19 yards. If he demonstrates enough progress in his recovery over the next few days, Howard could find himself as the Eagles' lead running back against the Football Team, as Sirianni already has ruled out No. 1 back Miles Sanders (hand) for Week 17. Beyond Howard, Boston Scott and rookie Kenneth Gainwell loom as challengers to poach snaps at the position, while mobile quarterback Jalen Hurts always is a threat to pilfer red-zone carries.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Suffers stinger Sunday

    Howard sustained a stinger during Sunday's contest versus the Giants. Miles Sanders departed prior to Howard with a hand issue of his own, and now Howard has been forced to the locker room in the fourth quarter. If Howard is unable to return, he'll end Week 16 with nine carries for 37 yards and two catches (on four targets) for 19 yards. Beyond Sanders and Howard, the Eagles have Boston Scott and Kenneth Gainwell as options to fill in in the backfield.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Bumps up to full Thursday

    Howard (knee) was a full participant at Thursday's walkthrough. Howard opened Week 16 prep with a limited listing on Wednesday's injury report before bumping up to all activity one day later. The same can't be said for Miles Sanders (quadriceps), who has yet to practice this week. It's unclear if Sanders is trending toward an absence Sunday against the Giants, but Howard could be in line for more touches than normal, even if the former is active. In five appearances for the Eagles this season, Howard has averaged 5.2 yards on his 66 carries and scored three touchdowns.
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  • Eagles' Jordan Howard: Starts week limited

    Howard (knee) was a limited practice participant Wednesday. After missing back-to-back games with the knee injury, Howard returned Tuesday night and took 15 carries for 69 yards in a 27-17 win over Washington, handling a sizable role behind lead back Miles Sanders (20 touches for 146 yards). Meanwhile, Kenneth Gainwell logged just six offensive snaps and Boston Scott only played special teams. Assuming no setbacks with the knee, Howard could push for a similar workload this Sunday against the last-place Giants.
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