Player Outlook
When he's played, Campbell has exhibited proof of being a potentially good slot receiver. The problem? He hasn't played much -- just 15 games over three seasons. It's hard to take the Colts seriously when they speak of Campbell contributing, which is why he's nothing more than a low-end, late-round flier in PPR drafts. Odds are you'll be able to add Campbell off waivers if he stays on the field and sees meaningful targets on a weekly basis from Matt Ryan.

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2021 10 162 16.20 1 0.00 223.7
2020 6 71 11.83 16 8.00 84
3y Avg. 11 120 10.91 1 17 8.50 193.8
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: No receptions in preseason debut

    Campbell was targeted twice in Saturday's preseason loss to Buffalo, but he didn't have a catch and had a drop. Indy's passing game was sluggish as Matt Ryan had just 58 yards passing over four drives. The good news is that the oft-injured Campbell is healthy after having a sore hamstring last week in practice. Campbell started at wide receiver in a three-receiver set and has mostly started over rookie Alec Pierce in two-receiver sets in practice. Despite the lackluster first game, Campbell should get every chance for a sizeable role if he can stay on the field.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Returns to limited practice

    Campbell (hamstring) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, going through 7-on-7 drills with his teammates, George Bremer of The Anderson Herald Bulletin reports. Campbell was held out of practice Monday and said he would be back in action Wednesday, though he wasn't a full participant as anticipated. The 2019 second-round pick has played only 15 games through three seasons, but he's the favorite for slot work in Indianapolis and could even get some run outside in two-wideout formations, depending on the development of rookie second-round pick Alec Pierce.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Notices minor hammy tightness

    Campbell was held out of practice Monday with a tight hamstring but said he'll be back on the field Wednesday, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports. It sounds minor, though still worth making note of given Campbell's lengthy medical record. The 2019 second-round pick has played 15 games through three seasons, never once staying healthy for more than four consecutive contests. Campbell has a big opportunity this year, nonetheless, with he and rookie Alec Pierce reportedly getting most of the first-team WR snaps alongside No. 1 Michael Pittman. If it's those three at the top of the depth chart come Week 1, the 25-year-old Campbell likely will see a lot of work in the slot, though snaps in two-wide sets wouldn't be out of the question. First, though, he'll need to get his hamstring right.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Getting nod in two-WR sets

    Campbell began training camp as a starter with the first-team offense in two-receiver sets, 93.5 ESPN Indianapolis reports. Meanwhile, rookie Alec Pierce worked with the first- and second-team units. This isn't a surprise since the oft-injured Campbell is healthy for the moment and Pierce is a rookie (2022 2nd-round pick) who will need to earn his way into the starting lineup. Still, it's notable that Campbell is getting the nod in two-receiver sets. Campbell missed most of last season after having foot surgery in October, but he returned for Week 18 and now has remained healthy throughout the offseason. How long he stays that way is anyone's guess, as injuries have limited the 2019 second-round pick to 15 games total in three seasons.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Looking good this summer

    Campbell was busy at June minicamp, exclusively working with the first-team offense and catching passes all over the field, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports. Campbell missed most of last season after having foot surgery in October, but he returned for Week 18 and now has remained healthy throughout the offseason. How long he stays that way is anyone's guess, as injuries have limited the 2019 second-round pick to 15 games total in three seasons. Campbell has the inside track for a top-three role at receiver nonetheless, facing weak competition for snaps behind No. 1 wideout Michael Pittman. Apart from Pittman, Campbell and second-round rookie Alec Pierce, the Colts have a host of undrafted young players and late-round picks at wide receiver.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Facing zero limitations

    Campbell (foot) said Wednesday that he feels great and hasn't had any physical limitations during the offseason, Stephen Holder of The Athletic reports. Campbell underwent foot surgery in the middle of last season and returned to play eight snaps in the Colts' forgettable Week 18 loss to the Jaguars. However, the wideout revealed Wednesday that he played in that contest with a plate and screws in his foot, which were removed two weeks after the season concluded, per Zak Keefer of The Athletic. Campbell has had three consecutive injury-plagued campaigns to start his career, and the Colts added Alec Pierce in the draft, so it's possible the Ohio State product could be facing an uphill battle to make Indianapolis' initial 53-man roster. However, Campbell is only due $1.1 million next season and is finally healthy, so the Colts won't take on much risk by rostering him with the hopes that he makes good on his potential in his fourth NFL season.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Plays eight snaps in return

    Campbell was targeted three times without catching any of them in Sunday's loss at Jacksonville and played eight snaps on offense. It was Campbell's first game since Week 6 after he underwent foot surgery. He played just six games this season and had 10 receptions for 162 yards with a touchdown on 20 targets. It was his third consecutive injury-plagued campaign, and he's played just 15 games in three years. With a $1.1 million salary due in the final year of his rookie contract in 2022, the Colts won't save a ton by releasing him. Given his inability to stay on the field, however, it's possible the team could release him and move in another direction.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Activated from IR

    The Colts activated Campbell (foot) from injured reserve advance of Sunday's game against the Jaguars. Campbell, who last suited up in Week 6, bolsters a Colts wideout corps ahead of the team's regular-season finale that also includes Michael Pittman, T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal and Ashton Dulin. Prior to landing on IR, Campbell logged a 10/162/1 stat line (on 17 targets) in five games. In his return from an extended layoff, the 2019 second-rounder profiles as a speculative Week 18 lineup option.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Could be activated for Week 18

    Coach Frank Reich relayed Friday that the Colts may activate Campbell (foot) from injured reserve ahead of Sunday's contest in Jacksonville, JJ Stankevitz of the team's official site reports. "I thought he had a good week," Reich said, "and we just need to see how he continues to respond." The Colts designated Campbell for return from IR during Week 17 prep, but they opted not to activate him for what ultimately was a 23-20 loss to the Raiders this past Sunday. With more than a week of drills under his belt, he appears to have a much better chance this time around to get back on the active roster, a decision that must be made by Saturday at 4:00 p.m. ET. If he finally makes his return from a Week 6 foot fracture, Campbell would join a receiving corps currently composed of regulars like Michael Pittman, T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal and Ashton Dulin.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Back at practice

    Campbell (foot) was present for practice Thursday, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports. With that, Campbell, who was placed on IR after sustaining a foot injury Week 6, appears to be inching toward a return to action. At this stage, however, it remains to be seen how close he is to suiting up again. For now, Michael Pittman, T.Y. Hilton and Zach Pascal are the Colts' top available wideouts.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Gets in workout Monday

    Campbell (foot) was spotted working out on the side during the Colts' informal practice session Monday, Zak Keefer of The Athletic reports. The wideout's workout didn't qualify as practicing, as the Colts would have to designate him for return from injured reserve in order for him to take part in drills alongside his healthy teammates. That being said, Campbell looks like he might be able to do just that within the next couple weeks, potentially setting himself up for a return to the 53-man roster during the postseason or perhaps even in Week 18 in a best-case scenario. Campbell hasn't played since Week 6 after undergoing foot surgery in mid-October.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Return not imminent

    Campbell (foot) is making good progress but there is no specific update regarding his status, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports. Campbell has been sidelined since mid-October after undergoing foot surgery. He was given a two-to-three month timeline, meaning he could be in line for a return at any point. Even so, it doesn't sound as if his return is imminent. That will leave Michael Pittman, T.Y. Hilton and Zach Pascal as the Colts' primary wide receivers for the foreseeable future.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Looking at multi-month recovery

    Head coach Frank Reich said Campbell is facing a recovery timetable of 2-to-3 months after undergoing foot surgery Friday, but the Colts haven't ruled him out for the remainder of the season, Mike Chappell of FOX59/CBS4 Sports reports. The most optimistic outcome would have Campbell returning in two months to face the Patriots in Week 15. He'll likely need some time to get up to speed once his rehab is complete, but a return late in the regular season or for the playoffs -- should the Colts make it -- is on the table for the third-year wideout.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Recovering from foot surgery

    Campbell underwent foot surgery Friday that could potentially end his season, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Campbell landed on injured reserve earlier this week with the foot injury, and he's expected to face an extended absence following surgery. The 24-year-old caught 10 passes for 162 yards and one touchdown in five games this season. In his absence, Michael Pittman, Zach Pascal and T.Y. Hilton (quadriceps) should continue operating as Indianapolis' top three wideouts.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Hits IR

    Campbell (foot) has been placed on injured reserve, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. Campbell can't seem to stay healthy, playing just a combined nine games between 2019 and 2020 and finding himself on injured reserve yet again in 2021. Even when he was healthy, Campbell managed to rack up just 10 catches for 162 yards and a touchdown on 17 targets through five games this season. With him out of commission, T.Y. Hilton (quad) figures to handle as many reps as he can moving forward along with Michael Pittman and Zach Pascal.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Foot injury serious

    Coach Frank Reich said Monday that Campbell (foot) is dealing with a serious injury and will miss time, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. Reich did not rule out Campbell's injury bringing his campaign to a close, saying "it's too soon to tell," per Erickson. It's a brutal turn of events for Campbell, who not only is coming off back-to-back impressive performances, but could now potentially be dealing with a season-ending injury for the third time in as many years. It looks like the 2019 second-round pick, who has only appeared in 14 games in his NFL career, is destined for a stint on IR at the very least. On a brighter note for Indianapolis, T.Y. Hilton (quadricep) has avoided a severe injury and is considered day-to-day.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Injures foot Sunday

    Campbell has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's game against the Texans after suffering a foot injury, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. Prior to his exit from the contest, Campbell caught his only target for a 51-yard TD. In his absence, T.Y. Hilton and Michael Pittman will head the Colts' Week 6 wideout corps.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Not injured in Monday's loss

    Updating a previous report, Campbell isn't dealing with an injury following Monday's 31-25 overtime loss to the Ravens, Joel A. Erickson of The Indianapolis Star reports. When head coach Frank Reich met with the media Tuesday and detailed the Colts' list of injured players coming out of the Week 5 loss, he mentioned that Campbell was dealing with knee and ankle injuries. After further clarification, Reich said the "Campbell" he was referring to was safety Ibraheim Campbell, not Parris. With that in mind, the wideout looks like he won't be at any risk of missing the Colts' next contest Sunday against the Texans.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Banged up after Monday's loss

    Campbell sustained knee and ankle injuries in Monday's 31-25 overtime loss to the Ravens, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports. Suiting up Monday for the fourth time in five games, Campbell played 38 of the Colts' 69 offensive snaps in the loss, finishing with season highs across the board in receptions (four), targets (six) and yards (56). Though he wasn't forced out of the game at any point, Campbell appears to have gotten banged up along the way, which could make it a challenge for him to gain clearance for the Colts' Week 7 contest against the Texans.
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  • Colts' Parris Campbell: Looks good Monday

    Campbell caught four of six targets for 56 yards in Monday night's 31-25 overtime loss to the Ravens. Campbell started well, securing a couple gains for first downs early in the game. Although the speedster subsequently had a drop just before halftime, Campbell overall turned in his best showing of the season, with only fellow wideout Michael Pittman being targeted more often. Despite it coming in a losing effort, Campbell will strive to continue his progress in Week 6 versus the Texans.
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