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Sep 29, 2022 5 6 1.2 4 0 7
Sep 25, 2022 6 21 3.5 8 2 14
Sep 18, 2022 5 33 6.6 28 0 3
Sep 11, 2022 12 25 2.1 7 0 6

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2022 85 3.04 2 8 68 1
2021 592 5.10 2 1 43 311 1008.3
2020 448 4.62 1 53 402 4 1147.1
3y Avg. 448 4.92 2 0 36 273 2 956.8
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Fantasy News

  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Receiving score in loss

    Edmonds rushed five times for six yards and brought in two of three targets for 14 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' 27-15 loss to the Bengals on Thursday night. Edmonds logged 10 fewer carries than backfield mate Raheem Mostert, but he was able to find the end zone for the third time in the last two games via a seven-yard touchdown reception with seven seconds remaining in the first half. Edmonds has generated just 85 yards on 28 carries over his first four games, but he does have a pair of rushing scores along with Thursday's receiving touchdown, his first of the season. Edmonds figures to remain in a complementary role, albeit one that includes a solid red-zone presence thus far, irrespective of whether it's Tua Tagovailoa (head/neck) or Teddy Bridgewater under center for a Week 5 AFC East road showdown against the Jets a week from Sunday.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Two rushing TDs in win

    Edmonds rushed six times for 21 yards and two touchdowns and secured his only target for six yards in the Dolphins' 21-19 win over the Bills on Sunday. A week after the team's air attack took center stage, Edmonds recorded two of the Dolphins' three touchdowns with one- and three-yard runs in the first and fourth quarter, respectively. The veteran back has opened his Miami tenure with sub-par efficiency -- he's toughed out 79 yards on 23 carries -- but the pair of trips to the end zone naturally made his fantasy day Sunday. Edmonds and backfield mate Raheem Mostert (eight carries) had a near-even split of the rushing work Sunday, so the former certainly remains a viable fantasy option for Thursday night's Week 4 road showdown against the Bengals.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: RBs to Sit

    Edmonds has been a disappointment thus far in two games with the Dolphins, and he's not worth starting in the majority of leagues. He's combined for 14 PPR points against the Patriots and Ravens, and he should once again struggle against the Bills, who have yet to allow more than 50 yards rushing in a game, with just one touchdown, to the Rams and Titans. Raheem Mostert might be the most reliable running back in Miami right now, but neither Dolphins running back should be considered as starters in any format in Week 3.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Complementary role in comeback win

    Edmonds has five carries for 33 yards and secured one of three targets for eight yards during the Dolphins 42-38 win over the Ravens on Sunday. Edmonds saw six less carries than backfield mate Raheem Mostert, a significant change considering that he handled a lead role in Week 1. It's worth noting that Edmonds did play well against Baltimore outside of a dubious tripping penalty, and he had a 23-yard run with less than a minute left in the fourth quarter that proved key in securing Miami's comeback. That said, Mostert opened the game as the starter, indicating that his lead role was part of the game plan and not simply a matter of riding the hot hand. Coach Mike McDaniel's backfield usage could vary on a weekly basis, making Edmonds a risky fantasy play versus the Bills in Week 3.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Chase Edmonds didn't have a big game against the Patriots in Week 1 with 12 carries for 25 yards, along with four catches for 40 yards on four targets. He played more than Raheem Mostert, which should continue, and Edmonds could be a huge factor in the passing game this week. The Ravens just allowed Michael Carter and Breece Hall to combine for 13 catches for 78 yards on 19 targets in Week 1, so hopefully the Dolphins lean on Edmonds through the air in Week 2.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Sleeper RBs

    Chase Edmonds didn't have a big game against the Patriots in Week 1 with 12 carries for 25 yards, along with four catches for 40 yards on four targets. He played more than Raheem Mostert, which should continue, and Edmonds could be a huge factor in the passing game this week. The Ravens just allowed Michael Carter and Breece Hall to combine for 13 catches for 78 yards on 19 targets in Week 1, so hopefully the Dolphins lean on Edmonds through the air in Week 2.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    I'm worried about Edmonds needing several big plays to come through. He's safer in full PPR, but his ceiling probably isn't any more than 15 PPR points. Even with the prospect of him doing well running outside zone, I'd still rather start Jeff Wilson, Travis Etienne, Michael Carter, and in non-PPR, James Robinson and Melvin Gordon.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Works as lead back in Week 1

    Edmonds rushed 12 times for 25 yards and caught all four of his targets for 40 yards in Sunday's 20-7 win over the Patriots. Edmonds got 16 touches to Raheem Mostert's six, but neither new Dolphins running back found much running room against the stout New England front. While his yardage total was pedestrian, Edmonds' prominent usage in his Dolphins debut suggests better days are ahead, and one could come as soon as Week 2 against the Ravens.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Start Him In PPR (Lineup Decision)

    I'd start Edmonds in PPR over David Montgomery and Miles Sanders, and in all formats over Antonio Gibson and Kareem Hunt.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Practices fully Thursday

    Edmonds (groin) practiced fully Thursday, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. After being limited Wednesday, Edmonds upgraded to full participation Thursday, as did fellow RB Myles Gaskin (neck). Looking ahead to Sunday's regular-season opener against the Patriots, Edmonds is in line to see his share of backfield touches, but it remains to be seen how much of a committee approach Miami elects to employ early on this season, with Raheem Mostert and Gaskin, to a lesser degree, candidates to log carries, and Salvon Ahmed (heel) on hand in reserve. Of that group, however, Edmonds profiles as the Week 1 upside play in fantasy.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Listed as limited

    Edmonds was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice on account of a groin injury, Daniel Oyefusi of the Miami Herald reports. Fellow Miami backs Myles Gaskin (neck) and Salvon Ahmed (heel) also were limited participants, while oft-injured Raheem Mostert managed to duck the injury report after his lengthy offseason rehab. The Dolphins hadn't previously signaled that Edmonds was managing an injury at any point this summer, but it's still worth watching to see if he upgrades to full participation ahead of Sunday's matchup with New England.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Not expected to play Saturday

    Edmonds not in line to play in Saturday's preseason game against the Eagles. Edmonds made one appearance during exhibition season last Saturday against the Raiders, playing the first series and a portion of the second en route to three carries for three yards and two catches (on two targets) for 21 yards. On this occasion, he's the only Dolphins running back not suiting up, meaning position mates like Raheem Mostert, Sony Michel and Myles Gaskin may take the field Saturday.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Garners 24 total yards in loss

    Edmonds rushed three times for three yards and brought in both targets for 21 yards in the Dolphins' 15-13 preseason loss to the Raiders on Saturday night. Edmonds started the game while Raheem Mostert (coach's decision) sat out, but the former was in for just the first series and part of the second before exiting. The speedy 26-year-old is expected to work in a fairly close tandem with Mostert to open the regular season and should have a solid role as a receiver given his pass-catching ability.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Not on pace to play Saturday

    Edmonds isn't slated to play in Saturday's preseason game in Tampa Bay. Both Edmonds and Raheem Mostert will be unavailable in the Dolphins' preseason opener, joining starting quarterback Tua Tagovailoa and wide receivers Tyreek Hill and Jaylen Waddle on the sideline. With Edmonds and Mostert out, the team's backfield will consist of Sony Michel, Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed, Gerrid Doaks and ZaQuandre White.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Backfield competition still ongoing

    Coach Mike McDaniel said Sunday that the Dolphins' running back competition remains "fierce" and declined to name Edmonds, or any other player, the starter yet, David Furones of the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports. McDaniel said he doesn't "want to limit an opportunity by having a preconceived notion," noting that a player like Raheem Mostert having familiarity with the scheme may not provide an advantage in the training camp competition. On the other hand, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports that McDaniel lauded Edmond's "cerebral approach," one which he called "unique" among Miami's backfield. "He knows every receiver assignment and he's understanding of the blocking schemes and all that," McDaniel said. "But more so, he has a combination of feel to apply abstract coaching points." Those comments speak to Edmond's three-down versatility, which, when combined with the fact that he signed a two-year, $12.1 million contract with the Dolphins, still appears to make him the favorite to lead what could be a multi-headed rushing attack.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Gets competition for touches

    Edmonds has been joined by Raheem Mostert (knee) atop Miami's backfield depth chart, Joe Schad of the Palm Beach Post reports. Edmonds and Mostert, who is recovering from knee surgery but expected to be ready for Week 1, look set to helm the Dolphins' revamped rushing game. New coach Mike McDaniel helped craft a prolific zone rushing attack in San Francisco, a scheme which Mostert has already proven himself in and which Edmonds appears perfect for, but it's uncertain whether each player's workload will be consistent. If the Dolphins employ a committee approach, or ride the hot hand on a game-by-game basis, fantasy managers may have difficulty extracting predictable production. Incumbents Myles Gaskin and Salvon Ahmed also remain in the building, but appear more suited for depth roles under the new coaching staff.
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  • Dolphins' Chase Edmonds: Signing with Dolphins

    The Dolphins and Edmonds have agreed to terms on a two-year deal, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Per the report, Edmonds' deal is for $12.6 million and includes $6.1 million guaranteed. While working in a complementary role alongside James Conner with the Cardinals last season, Edmonds logged 116 carries for 592 yards and two TDs and added 43 catches for 311 yards in 12 games. With Miami, the 25-year-old has a chance to head his new team's backfield and thus appears poised to see an uptick in touches and, in turn, fantasy relevance in 2022. Other running backs the Dolphins currently have under contract are Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed and Gerrid Doaks.
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  • Cardinals' Chase Edmonds: Quiet end to campaign

    Edmonds rushed eight times for 28 yards and failed to catch his only target in Monday night's 34-11 wild-card round loss to the Rams. Edmonds played despite dealing with rib and toe injuries recently, alternating time with fellow banged-up tailback James Conner (ribs) and Eno Benjamin. Although Edmonds led the team in rushes and yards on the ground, his totals were nothing special, and it was Conner who scored Arizona's lone touchdown with a two-yard rush during the third quarter. Despite missing five games, Edmonds was a strong complement to Conner during the regular season, posting career highs in carries (116) and rushing yards (592) while scoring twice. He also caught 43 of 53 targets for 311 yards. After that uptick in production, the 2018 fourth-rounder is slated to enter free agency this offseason, making it unclear whether his career will continue with the Cardinals or not.
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  • Cardinals' Chase Edmonds: To vie with Conner for touches

    Edmonds (ribs/toe) will be joined by James Conner (ribs) in the Cardinals backfield for Monday's wild-card game against the Rams, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. While Edmonds emerged from prep for this contest without a designation after being listed as limited, limited and full on practice reports, Conner was questionable after managing just one capped session Saturday. That activity was enough for Conner to get the all clear for Monday's game, but the breakdown of reps between himself and Edmonds is up in the air. In 10 games when both were available this season, Edmonds was a close second to Conner in terms of touches (135 versus 112). Having said that, Edmonds seems to be healthier than Conner, so the former could get the upper hand in snap count.
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  • Cardinals' Chase Edmonds: Ready for playoff opener

    Edmonds (ribs/toe) doesn't have a designation for Monday's wild-card game at the Rams, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. After sitting out the Cardinals' Week 18 loss to the Seahawks due to rib and toe issues, Edmonds practiced Thursday through Saturday and even capped the week with a full session. Meanwhile, James Conner (ribs) and Jonathan Ward (knee) followed DNP/DNP/LP regimens and have been deemed questionable to suit up Monday. Conner's status is of particular interest for Edmonds' eventual workload. A decision on Conner won't be official until 90 minutes before an 8:15 p.m. ET kickoff, but if he's absent Edmonds would be poised for most of the backfield reps. When Conner missed Weeks 17 and 18 with a heel injury, Edmonds reeled off 209 yards from scrimmage and one TD on 34 rushes and 13 catches (on 15 targets).
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