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Top Myles Gaskin News

  • Myles Gaskin: Back with Minnesota's practice unit

    The Vikings re-signed Gaskin to their practice squad Wednesday.

    Minnesota released Gaskin on Tuesday, but he'll end up sticking around in the organization and will provide the Vikings with added backfield depth behind Alexander Mattison, Cam Akers and Ty Chandler. Gaskin -- who logged two special teams snaps Week 2 but didn't play in the Vikings' other two games -- will probably remain off the fantasy radar unless both Mattison and Akers simultaneously miss time.

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  • Myles Gaskin: Gets cut loose

    Gaskin was let go by the Vikings on Tuesday.

    Gaskin was previously let go by Minnesota on Sept. 8, but he returned to the team the following day, signing with its practice squad. The Washington product ultimately joined the 53-man roster Sept. 12, but he only appeared in the Week 2 game against the Eagles on special teams. It's unclear if a similar procedural move will be done here again for Gaskin, or if his time with the team is truly over for now.

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  • Vikings' Myles Gaskin: Doesn't play Sunday

    Gaskin was active but did not play in Sunday's loss to Tampa Bay.

    Gaskin is third on the depth chart at running back but will have a limited depth role barring injuries. He may be moved to the practiced squad if Kene Nwangwu returns from injured reserve from a back injury.

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  • Vikings' Myles Gaskin: Back on roster

    Gaskin was signed to the Vikings' 53-man roster Tuesday, Dane Mizutani of the St. Paul Pioneer Press reports.

    Gaskin ended up on Minnesota's practice squad after being let go from the Dolphins, but he was elevated to the active roster for Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers. However, the 26-year-old did not play a single snap in the game and was reverted to the practice squad Monday. Now, it appears the Washington product will remain a part of the active roster with his next chance to see the field being Thursday against the Eagles.

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  • Myles Gaskin: Returns to practice squad

    Gaskin reverted to Minnesota's practice squad Monday.

    Gaskin did not play a snap during Sunday's loss to the Buccaneers and is now headed back to the practice squad. With Alexander Mattison handling the majority of snaps and DeWayne McBride also on the practice squad, it could be awhile before Gaskin sees the field again.

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  • Vikings' Myles Gaskin: Up from practice squad

    Minnesota signed Gaskin to its practice squad and elevated him to the active roster Saturday.

    The 26-year-old back out of Washington was waived by both the Dolphins and Vikings this offseason before agreeing to join Minnesota's practice squad. Gaskin will join Ty Chandler in backing up Alexander Mattison ahead of Sunday's game against Tampa Bay.

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  • Myles Gaskin: Expected to return to Vikings

    Though the Vikings released Gaskin on Friday, Kevin Seifert of indicates that the transaction was a procedural move, and the running back is expected to return to the team.

    Per Seifert, Gaskin is expected to resurface on Minnesota's practice squad and then subsequently is in line to be elevated to the team's active roster. For now, Alexander Mattison and Ty Chandler are the only running backs on the Vikings' 53-man roster, though DeWayne McBride currently is on the practice squad.

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  • Myles Gaskin: Cut loose by Minnesota

    The Vikings released Gaskin on Friday.

    Gaskin lasted only 9-10 days with the Vikings after the Dolphins cut him at the end of the preseason. Minnesota is left with Alexander Mattison and Ty Chandler as the only RBs on the 53-man roster, making rookie DeWayne McBride a strong candidate to come up from the practice squad early in the season, if not for Week 1 against Tampa Bay. Meanwhile, Gaskin could get a shot elsewhere this fall if a team is looking for a veteran back with plenty of experience handling passing downs.

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  • Vikings' Myles Gaskin: Links up with Minnesota

    Gaskin agreed to a contact with the Vikings on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Cut by Miami a day earlier, Gaskin lands on his feet with a team that has minimal experience in the backfield behind Alexander Mattison. The Vikings also kept Ty Chandler and Kene Nwangwu (undisclosed) on their initial 53-man roster, but the latter's presence may be about his special teams prowess than what he can contribute as a running back. Gaskin started 17 of his 27 games for Miami between 2020 and 2021, averaging a 158-598-3 rushing line (3.8 yards per carry) and 45-311-3 receiving line (5.7 yards per target) over that two-season stretch.

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  • Myles Gaskin: Cut free by Miami

    The Dolphins cut Gaskin on Tuesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.

    Gaskin made 17 starts between the 2020 and 2021 seasons but then got only 11 touches over four games last year and tumbled further down the depth chart this offseason. He spent the preseason working behind Raheem Mostert, Jeff Wilson (undisclosed), De'Von Achane (shoulder) and Salvon Ahmed (head), and even undrafted rookie Chris Brooks made his case to surpass Gaskin on the depth chart. If Gaskin does get a chance elsewhere this season, it might be as a passing-down back.

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  • Dolphins' Myles Gaskin: Strong showing in preseason loss

    Gaskin carried the ball seven times for 57 yards and caught both his targets for 20 yards in Friday's preseason loss to the Falcons.

    Rookie De'Von Achane was expected to get a chance to flash his elite speed in the exhibition opener, but instead it was Gaskin who got the start in the backfield, and his experience in coach Mike McDaniels' system showed as he led Miami in rushing yards and scrimmage yards. With Raheem Mostert and Jeff Wilson (undisclosed) at the top of the depth chart, Gaskin could be fighting with Salvon Ahmed for the fourth and final spot at RB, but his solid performance Friday should keep him firmly ahead.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 199 lbs
Birthplace: Lynnwood, WA
Age: 26
School: Washington
Experience: 5