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Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Until Blasingame converts his playing time into a steady diet of touches, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2023 26 3.25 3 2 20.1
2022 0.00
2021 6 2.00 1 2 4 -2-0.2
3y Avg. 2 2.00 0 2 14
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: Handles eight carries in 2023

    Blasingame ended the 2023 season with eight rushes for 23 yards along with three receptions for two yards. Balsingame served as Chicago's fullback, playing less than 18 snaps in all but one game. In Week 5, the Bears had injuries to each of their running backs, leading to the fullback rushing eight times for 23 yards. Otherwise, he was targeted once in three different games, which accounted for all of his season stats. In his five-year career, he has a total of 24 touches, as Blasingame's main role is to block. The veteran has one year remaining on his contract.
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: Accounts for negative yardage in win

    Blasingame hauled in his lone target for minus-three yards while playing 14 of 71 snaps on offense in Sunday's 28-13 win over the Lions. Blasingame has suited up for each of the Bears' last three games after missing a Week 10 win over Carolina while recovering from a concussion. The reception the fullback recorded Sunday was just his third of the season, as he's been deployed primarily as a blocker whenever he's taken the field with the offense.
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: Full go Thursday

    Blasingame (concussion) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. Blasingame was able to log his second consecutive full practice Thursday, and he's officially cleared concussion protocol, per Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com. Chicago's fullback has appeared in nine games thus far, recording 31 yards on 10 total touches while also contributing on special teams.
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: Practices in full Wednesday

    Blasingame (concussion) was a full participant at practice Wednesday. It's a positive sign for his potential availability for Week 11. With that being said, there could still be additional steps he'll need to take to fully clear league concussion protocol. Thursday's and Friday's injury reports will provide more information.
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: Extra work due to injuries Thursday

    Blasingame rushed eight times for 26 yards in the Bears' 40-20 win over the Commanders on Thursday night. With Khalil Herbert (ankle), Roschon Johnson (concussion) and Travis Homer (hamstring) all exiting Thursday's game early, Blasingame was called on to help ice away the contest with the Bears holding a big second-half lead. Blasingame's touches were his first from scrimmage since arriving in Chicago last season and the only others of his career besides three rush attempts with the Titans in 2021. The Vanderbilt product will very likely be relegated to his customary blocking fullback duties if at least two of his injured teammates are able to return for a Week 6 home matchup against the Vikings on Sunday, Oct. 15.
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: Expected to make team

    Blasingame is expected to be an important part of the Chicago roster, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. Blasingame has had three rushing attempts during his four years in the league, but his blocking as a fullback is a critical part of the Bears' blocking scheme in the running game. In addition, he plays on special teams. It seems as if Blasingame has an excellent chance of being on the regular-season roster, though don't look for him to get many rushing attempts.
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: Plays mostly special teams in 2022

    Blasingame didn't handle a rushing attempt in the Bears' 29-13 loss to the Vikings in Week 18, and ended the season without an offensive touch. Blasingame played about 10 snaps per game as a fullback and about 15 per game as a special teamer. He didn't receive a carry and was targeted once all year, and over his four-year career, he has three rushing attempts and 10 receptions. He's now an unrestricted free agent.
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: One rushing attempt

    Blasingame had one carry for six yards in the Bears' 21-20 win against the Browns on Saturday. Blasingame played with the first-string offense when the Bears had a fullback on the field. With it looking like the Bears will roster a fullback, he seems likely to make the regular-season roster. However, he may not see more than a rushing attempt or two in any given week.
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  • Bears' Khari Blasingame: Lone fullback on roster

    Blasingame has no competition for the Bears' fullback role, Gene Chamberlain of SI.com reports. Blasingame is expected to see snaps as a blocker when the Bears use their wide-zone blocking scheme, but he's unlikely to see many rushing attempts. In his three seasons with the Titans, he played 313 snaps while handling three carries for six yards. Unless he has a significant role change, it's unlikely he sees enough work to be a weekly fantasy option in most leagues.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: Parting ways with Tennessee

    Blasingame will become an unrestricted free agent since the Titans aren't tendering him a contract for 2022, Terry McCormick of TitanInsider.com reports. Blasingame missed time with a knee injury and played only 80 offensive snaps in 11 games last season, so the Titans won't tender him a contract for the upcoming campaign. The fullback received the first carries of his three-year NFL career in 2021, rushing three times for six yards.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: Inactive against Jacksonville

    Blasingame (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Blasingame returned from a four-game absence in Week 12, and he played primarily on special teams in addition to earning three rushing attempts. However, he'll now be inactive in favor of Tory Carter who has yet to log an offensive statistic this season.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: Absent from practice

    Blasingame (knee) didn't participate in Thursday's practice, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. Blasingame missed last week's win over the Colts with a knee injury, and he's been unable to take the field for the first two days of practice ahead of Week 9. If he hopes to play Sunday against the Rams, he'll presumably need to practice in some capacity Friday.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: Sidelined for Week 8

    Blasingame (knee) won't play in Sunday's game against the Colts, Terry McCormick of Titans Insider reports. Not having the fullback in there to block may be a minor setback, but Derrick Henry and the Titans' running game should be just fine in Blasingame's absence. Blasingame hasn't touched the ball this season after totaling four scrimmage yards apiece in each of his first two campaigns with Tennessee.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: Inks deal with Titans

    The Titans signed Blasingame to a one-year deal Friday, Aaron Wilson of the Houston Chronicle reports. Blasingame suited up in all but one game with the Titans during the 2020 campaign. Contributing as both a blocker on offense and a special-teams asset, the fullback caught four of his five targets for 39 yards during his 2020 season and will look to build on those numbers in the upcoming campaign.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: Lands on COVID-19 list

    Blasingame will be placed on the COVID-19 Reserve list Monday, Paul Kuharsky of 104.5 The Zone Nashville reports. The 24-year-old fielded only one offensive touch between Weeks 1 and 3, though he has garnered 20-plus percent of the offensive snaps over each of Tennessee's past two games while serving as the starting fullback. With the Titans' Week 4 matchup against Pittsburgh already having been postponed until Oct. 25 because of concerns over COVID-19, Blasingame has a chance to avoid missing time so long as he can post consecutive negative tests between now and Tennessee's Week 5 matchup against the Bills.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: Minor role in playoffs

    Blasingame played 44 offensive snaps but did not touch the ball in three playoff games. The 23-year-old saw similar usage in six regular-season games after being signed to the 53-man roster in mid-November, though he did see minor involvement in the passing game with four catches for 54 yards. Blasingame remains under contract for 2020, but his reserve role and $585,000 salary don't provide much roster security.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: One catch in regular-season finale

    Blasingame hauled in his lone target for seven yards in the team's Week 17 win over the Texans. Blasingame played 26 total snaps, 13 of which came on offense. However, that playing time produced only one target, with Derrick Henry continuing to dominate touches out of the backfield. Blasingame remains under contract with the team through 2020 and is set to make just $585,000 in 2020, but he'll likely be in competition for his roster spot throughout training camp.
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  • Titans' Khari Blasingame: Impact in passing game

    Blasingame did not record a carry but did haul in both of his targets for 47 yards in the Titans' Week 14 win over the Raiders. Blasingame notably worked ahead of Dion Lewis, recording the first of his two receptions on the team's opening drive. While he didn't manage another reception until the third quarter, he broke off big gains of 24 and 23 yards respectively. Given the workhorse nature of Derrick Henry and the limited pass volume in the Titans' offense, Blasingame isn't likely to do anything more than further dent Dion Lewis' status on the depth chart.
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