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2022
2021 105 5.00 1 1 4 12 151.9
2020 3 3.00
3y Avg. 53 3.53 2 0 2 6 172.8

Fantasy News

  • Qadree Ollison: Joins Dallas' practice squad

    The Cowboys signed Ollison to their practice squad Thursday. Ollison was waived by the Falcons ahead of Tuesday's 53-man roster deadline but has found a new home in Dallas via the practice squad. The 2019 fifth-round pick appeared in eight games for Atlanta last year and rushed 21 times for 105 yards and one score across 69 offensive snaps.
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  • Qadree Ollison: Waived by Atlanta

    The Falcons waived Ollison on Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Ollison was always a long shot to make the initial 53-man roster after the team added Damien Williams in free agency, drafted Tyler Allgeier in the third round and converted return specialist Avery Williams to running back. All three of those ball carriers are expected to compete for touches behind Cordarrelle Patterson, who burst onto the scene last year with a strong start to the campaign. Ollison has been with Atlanta's organization since he was drafted in the fifth round of the 2019 Draft, so it's possible the Falcons bring him back on a practice squad deal if he clears waivers.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Mixes in behind Allgeier

    Ollison rushed nine times for 30 yards and a touchdown while catching one of two targets for 12 yards in Saturday's 28-12 preseason win over the Jaguars. Ollison and Caleb Huntley both mixed in early on behind Tyler Allgeier, who started and scored two touchdowns while neither Damien Williams nor Cordarrelle Patterson dressed for the preseason finale. If Ollison makes the team, he could wind up carving out a role in a Falcons backfield with no clear lead option at this point. He helped his case by punching in a one-yard touchdown in the second quarter Saturday.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Re-signs with Atlanta

    Ollison signed a one-year deal with the Falcons on Monday. Ollison finished the 2021 campaign with 21 rushes for 105 yards and one touchdown, while adding four receptions for 12 yards. With Atlanta returning Cordarrelle Patterson and Mike Davis, Ollison figures to compete with free-agent signee Damien Williams for a reserve role to start the 2022 campaign.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Scores on only rush attempt

    Ollison ran once for 19 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 30-20 loss to the Saints. He also failed to haul in his only target. Mike Davis led the team in rushing attempts (six) and yards (30), but he also lost two fumbles and had to leave the game due to a rib injury. In his absence, Ollison played just 16 offensive snaps, but he took advantage of his only touch by bowling his way to a 19-yard score in the third quarter, recording the Falcons' first touchdown of the game. The 25-year-old running back finished his 2021 campaign with 21 rushes for 105 yards (5.0 YPC) and a touchdown across eight appearances.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Active Sunday

    Ollison (quadriceps) is active for Sunday's game against the Saints. The 25-year-old was questionable with the quad issue but is ready to play in the season finale. Ollison figures to see limited opportunities Sunday behind Mike Davis and Cordarrelle Patterson in the backfield.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Receives questionable tag

    Ollison (quadriceps) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Saints, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports. Ollison suffered the injury during last week's loss against the Bills and was able to practice in a limited fashion Thursday after sitting out Wednesday's session. He had three carries for 19 yards before exiting Week 17 and could see limited work behind Mike Davis and Cordarrelle Patterson if available Sunday.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Limited Thursday

    Ollison (quadriceps) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice session. Ollison didn't participate in practice Wednesday but he was back on the field in a limited capacity Thursday. While he's trending in the right direction, he'll likely have to log a full session Friday if he hopes to avoid the injury report for Sunday's game against the Saints.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Misses practice Wednesday

    Ollison (quadriceps) was unable to participate at Wednesday's practice. The running back suffered the quadriceps injury in Week 17 against the Bills, causing him to miss Wednesday's first practice of the week. If Ollison were forced to miss Week 18, it wouldn't cause much of a change in the Falcons' offensive approach, as their top two ball-carriers Mike Davis and Cordarrelle Patterson will be available.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Questionable to return Sunday

    Ollison (quadriceps) is questionable to return Sunday against the Bills, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Ollison rushed three times for 19 yards before leaving the game with the apparent quadriceps injury. If he is unable to return, Mike Davis and Cordarrelle Patterson will be the only healthy running backs available for the Falcons.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Five rushing attempts in Week 14

    Ollison rushed five times for 23 yards during Sunday's 29-21 win over the Panthers. Ollison remains firmly behind Cordarrelle Patterson and Mike Davis, but he appears to have solidified himself as the No. 3 option after the Falcons waived Wayne Gallman. Across his last three appearances, the third-year pro has 16 rushing attempts for 64 yards and three catches for eight yards. However, while Atlanta's offense is reliant on its running backs, Ollison likely doesn't warrant any fantasy consideration as long as the aforementioned duo is healthy.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Signed to active roster

    Ollison was signed to the Falcons' 53-man roster Saturday. The running back was elevated from the practice squad three times in the last five weeks and will fill a more prominent role going forward as Atlanta also waived veteran running back Wayne Gallman on Saturday. Ollison saw 14 total touches between the last two games he suited up and head coach Arthur Smith said Ollison had "earned the right for more carries" after he led the team in rushing yards (34) in Week 11. The three-year veteran should see more carries now as the team's third option behind Cordarrelle Patterson and Mike Davis.
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  • Qadree Ollison: Reverted to practice squad

    Ollison was reverted back to Atlanta's practice squad Monday. The running back had two rushing attempts for seven yards and a catch for eight yards in the team's Week 13 loss to the Buccaneers. With Cordarrelle Patterson, Mike Davis and Wayne Gallman all available, it appears like Ollison is mostly the odd man out in Atlanta.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Three touches in Week 13

    Ollison had two rushing attempts for seven yards and caught his only target for eight yards during Sunday's 30-17 loss to the Buccaneers. Ollison led the team in carries during the Week 11 loss to the Patriots, but he was kept on the practice squad for Week 12 after being sidelined with an illness. The Falcons backfield continues to be a mystery behind Cordarrelle Patterson, as Wayne Gallman, Mike Davis and Ollison have each had sizable roles at certain times and limited action in other games. With Gallman a healthy scratch Week 13, Davis (38 snaps) and Patterson (34) paced the Falcons' running backs in production, while Ollison (13) operated in reserve.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Elevated for Week 13

    Ollison was elevated from Atlanta's practice squad Saturday, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports. Ollison led the team in carries in Week 11 against New England but was left on the practice squad for Week 12 after being sidelined with an illness. He won't maintain the primary role for Atlanta against the Buccaneers on Sunday due to the return of Cordarrelle Patterson, though Ollison could overtake both Wayne Gallman and Mike Davis for the primary backup duties.
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  • Qadree Ollison: Could get Week 13 call-up

    The Falcons are considering elevating Ollison from the practice squad ahead of Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. One way or another, a firm resolution on Ollison's status for this weekend should arrive no later than 4 p.m. ET on Saturday, the deadline for teams playing Sunday to make Week 13 roster moves. After missing practice time last week while tending to an illness, Ollison wasn't summoned from the practice squad ahead of the Falcons' eventual win over the Jaguars, but he led Atlanta with nine carries for 34 yards in the team's Week 11 loss to the Patriots while Cordarrelle Patterson was out with an ankle injury. Patterson was productive in his return to the lineup in Jacksonville and looks healthy ahead of Sunday's contest, so Ollison will likely be in line for a bit role out of the backfield if he's added to the roster this week.
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  • Qadree Ollison: Healthy again

    Ollison (illness) is back to full health as the Falcons prepare for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports. Ollison was unavailable Week 12, after being called up from the practice squad (and leading the team with nine carries) the week before in a loss to New England. Of course, Cordarrelle Patterson sat out against the Patriots and then returned for Sunday's win over the Jaguars, so it isn't clear Ollison would have had a role even if he had been healthy this past weekend. Head coach Arthur Smith mentioned after the Week 11 game that he wanted to get Ollison more carries, though Smith may have just meant while Patterson was out. It remains to be seen if Ollison will be summoned from the practice squad to replace a struggling Mike Davis as Atlanta's No. 2 back behind Patterson down the stretch.
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  • Qadree Ollison: Should see more carries

    Falcons head coach Arthur Smith said Wednesday that Ollison has "earned the right for more carries," Josh Kendall of The Athletic reports. With Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle) out for last week's loss to the Patriots, Ollison was called up from the practice squad and ended up leading the team in carries (nine for 34 yards) while playing 48 percent of the Falcons' offensive snaps. Mike Davis saw just as much playing time but took only three carries, and he's now down to 3.2 yards per tote on the season, potentially opening the door for Patterson to have a new backfield partner. That said, it'll likely be tough to get a read on Ollison's role ahead of Sunday's game in Jacksonville, and he might not even have one if Patterson returns to the lineup. Following the Week 11 game, Ollison reverted to the Falcons' practice squad, so Atlanta would have to either sign him to the 53-man roster or elevate him again by Saturday to make him eligible to play Sunday.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Surprise rushing leader Thursday

    Ollison carried nine times for 34 yards and gained zero yards on two receptions Thursday in the Falcons' 25-0 loss to the Patriots. He reverted to the Falcons' practice squad Friday. Elevated from the practice squad for the second time this season, Ollison ended up taking on a larger role than expected out of an Atlanta backfield that was without top option Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle). Though Mike Davis (three carries for one yard, three catches for 20 yards) picked up the start, Ollison handily outproduced him on the ground and saw the same amount of snaps (26). Atlanta could bring Ollison back from the practice squad if Patterson isn't ready to play in the team's upcoming game next weekend in Jacksonville, but the former won't make for a compelling fantasy option even if he replicates his Week 11 workload. Ollison doesn't present much of a threat as a pass catcher and is averaging just 2.7 yards on 32 career carries.
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  • Falcons' Qadree Ollison: Elevated as COVID-19 replacement

    Ollison was elevated from Atlanta's practice squad as a COVID-19 replacement for Josh Andrews on Thursday, Tori McElhaney of the Falcons' official site reports. Whether Ollison suits up for Thursday's game against the Patriots will likely depend on the status of Cordarrelle Patterson (ankle), who is viewed as a game-time decision. Even if Patterson sits, Ollison's role would likely be limited with Mike Davis and Wayne Gallman both ahead of him on the running back depth chart.
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