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Dec 1, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 24, 2022 5 16 3.2 7 0 1
Nov 20, 2022 8 65 8.1 30 0 8
Nov 6, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 30, 2022 11 37 3.4 11 0 4

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2022 383 4.56 3 13 75
2021 929 4.60 15 2 18 132 19112.7
2020 691 5.04 2 5 52 868.6
3y Avg. 544 4.77 6 1 8 61 9410.4
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Fantasy News

  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Ruled out versus Bills

    Harris (thigh) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Bills. With Harris out, look for Rhamondre Stevenson to handle a heavy workload as New England's lead back, while Pierre Strong and Kevin Harris are on hand to work in reserve roles. The Patriots could also promote J.J. Taylor from the practice squad to add another healthy back to the mix for the Week 13 contest. Damien Harris will now target a potential return to action Week 14, when the Patriots face the Cardinals on the road on Dec. 12.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Missing from practice

    Harris (thigh) wasn't present for Tuesday's practice and is set to be listed as a non-participant on the Patriots' official report, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports. Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reported Monday that Harris is viewed as week-to-week due to the thigh injury he suffered in the Patriots' Thanksgiving Day loss to the Vikings, so the running back's absence from practice isn't overly surprising. Barring a surprise return to the practice field Wednesday, Harris will likely be officially ruled out for Thursday's game against the Bills. Assuming Harris is inactive for the contest, starter Rhamondre Stevenson would likely handle a higher volume of touches than usual as the Patriots' top option on both early downs and passing downs.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Unlikely to play Thursday

    Harris (thigh) isn't in line to play Thursday against the Bills, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Harris emerged from last Thursday's loss at Minnesota with a thigh injury that has left him week-to-week. Considering the prognosis, a multi-game absence could be in store for the fourth-year pro. As long as Harris is sidelined, Rhamondre Stevenson is even more secure as the Patriots' lead running back, but rookies Pierre Strong and Kevin Harris become candidates to get additional backfield reps in the short term.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Still not practicing

    Harris (thigh) was listed as a non-participant in Monday's practice Harris picked up a thigh injury during the Patriots' Thanksgiving Day loss to the Vikings and remains sidelined to start Week 13 prep. The fourth-year running back will have two more opportunities to return to practice before New England has to make a decision on Harris' status for Thursday's divisional showdown against the Bills, but as of Monday, it appears Rhamondre Stevenson will be in line for another increased workload.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Not at practice Sunday

    Harris (thigh) wasn't present for practice Sunday, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports. Harris suffered a thigh injury during this past Thursday's loss to the Vikings and was spotted using crutches following the contest, per Chris Mason of The Springfield Republican. The running back's status for this coming Thursday's game against the Bills is thus cloudy, and if Harris is limited or out in Week 13, Rhamondre Stevenson would be in line for added backfield touches versus Buffalo.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Injures thigh Thursday

    Harris, who suffered thigh injury during Thursday's loss to the Vikings, was spotted using crutches following the contest, Chris Mason of The Springfield Republican reports. Harris -- who carried five times for 16 yards versus Minnesota -- appeared to be in obvious pain in the locker room afterward, which clouds his status for next Thursday's game against the Bills. If Harris ends up missing time, Rhamondre Stevenson would be in line for even more work than usual, while Pierre Strong, Kevin Harris and J.J. Taylor would be the candidates to serve as the top complementary option to Stevenson.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Most rushing yards since Week 4

    Harris rushed eight times for 65 yards and caught both of his targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 10-3 win over the Jets. Despite getting only eight rushing attempts to Rhamondre Stevenson's 15, Harris was far more effective on the ground, totaling 65 rushing yards to Stevenson's 26. Harris set up a second-quarter field goal with a 22-yard run and broke free for a 30-yard gain on the ground early in the third. Stevenson's superior pass catching skills keep him involved regardless of game flow, but if the Patriots can hang around with the Vikings on Thanksgiving, Harris should continue to get some opportunities on the ground after notching his highest rushing yardage total since Week 4.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: RBs to Sit

    Harris sat out Week 9 against Indianapolis with an illness, but he's expected to return this week against the Jets. And he should return to his reserve role behind Rhamondre Stevenson, who has become the lead running back in New England. Harris' last game for the Patriots was in Week 8 at the Jets, and he had 11 carries for 37 yards and two catches for 15 yards on two targets. He'll likely need a touchdown to save his Fantasy production, and he hasn't scored since Week 4. Stevenson remains a must-start running back in all leagues after scoring at least 16 PPR points in five games in a row, but Harris is just a flex option, with his value higher in non- and 0.5-PPR leagues.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: No longer on injury report

    Harris isn't listed on the Wednesday injury report. Harris fell ill Week 9 and ended up missing the Patriots' final game before their bye. He shouldn't have any limitations after the week off, though Rhamondre Stevenson still makes for a better fantasy play in Sunday's game against the Jets. The last time both were healthy was Week 8, also against the Jets, and Stevenson took 23 touches for 143 yards. Meanwhile, Harris gained 52 yards on his 13 touches.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Inactive Sunday

    Harris (illness) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Colts, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports. With Harris unavailable, Rhamondre Stevenson should be in line to see a heavy workload versus Indianapolis on Sunday, while Pierre Strong and J.J. Taylor are on hand to work in complementary roles. The Patriots are on bye next week, so Harris' next chance to see game action will occur on Nov. 20, when the team hosts the Jets.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Likely sitting Week 9

    Harris (illness), officially listed as questionable, is unlikely to suit up Sunday against the Colts, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Harris failed to practice Wednesday and Thursday prior to logging a limited session Friday. Nevertheless, it appears that he has not made enough progress recovering from an illness to suit up Sunday, which would mark his second absence in the last four games. If Harris is in fact inactive, Rhamondre Stevenson should see a heavy workload.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Listed as questionable for Sunday

    Harris (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Colts after being deemed a limited practice participant Friday, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports. Previous reports relayed that Harris wasn't initially spotted at practice Friday, but evidently the running back was able to get some work in after all, thus giving him a chance to suit up this weekend. If, however, Harris ends up not being available for Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff, Rhamondre Stevenson would be in line for an increased workload Week 9.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Still not practicing

    Harris (illness) wasn't spotted at practice Friday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Harris also missed practice Wednesday and Thursday, which clouds his status for Sunday's game against the Colts. Friday's final injury report will reveal whether the running back has a chance to play this weekend, but if he's out or limited, Rhamondre Stevenson would be in line to see added touches, with Pierre Strong (hamstring) and Kevin Harris on hand in reserve.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Remains sidelined Thursday

    Harris (illness) wasn't spotted at practice Thursday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Harris also missed Wednesday's session, so what the running back is able to do Friday will be pivotal with regard to his chances of suiting up Sunday against the Colts. If Harris ends up out or limited this weekend, Rhamondre Stevenson would be in line to see added touches Week 9.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Misses practice Wednesday

    Harris missed practice Wednesday due to an illness, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. While working in tandem with Rhamondre Stevenson in the Patriots' Week 8 win over the Jets, Harris logged 32 of a possible 78 snaps on offense, carrying 11 times for 37 yards and catching two passes for 15 yards. However, now that he's missed the team's first practice of the week, the running back's status is worth monitoring ahead of Sunday's game against the Colts. In the event that Harris is out or limited this weekend, Stevenson would be in line to see added touches.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Not at practice Wednesday

    Harris wasn't spotted at practice Wednesday due to an undisclosed reason, Chris Mason of The Springfield Republican reports. Harris wasn't on the Patriots' Week 8 injury report, so it's unclear what's keeping him off the field Wednesday. In this past Sunday's win over the Jets, the running back was on the field for 32 of a possible 78 snaps on offense, carrying 11 times for 37 yards and catching two passes for 15 yards.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Outplayed by Stevenson

    Harris had 11 carries for 37 yards and caught both of his targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 22-17 win over the Jets. Harris was the clear No. 2 running back behind Rhamondre Stevenson, who compiled 143 scrimmage yards on 16 carries and eight targets. Stevenson has been significantly more explosive on the ground recently in addition to contributing much more in the passing game, so Harris is having trouble carving out a valuable role in a low-ceiling New England offense. Harris and the Patriots will face the Colts in Week 9.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Harris will still see some work, but it's not quite like it was before his injury, and he's not quite as efficient as Stevenson has been anyway. He's on the wrong side of a running back split workload against a run defense that's been improving by the week. If you start him, you have to pray to Ye Olde Fantasy Gods that he scores.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Three carries in return

    Harris recorded three carries for eight yards in Monday's 33-14 loss to the Bears. Harris returned from a one-game absence caused by a hamstring injury, though he made minimal impact. The Patriots had the ball for just under 23 minutes and were chasing points for much of the second half, which isn't the ideal game script for Harris. Instead, Rhamondre Stevenson remained the clear lead back, and his performance was highlighted by eight receptions as well as a goal-line rushing score. It's possible that Harris will see an increased workload in more positive game scripts, but his volume will likely be volatile.
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  • Patriots' Damien Harris: Logs full practice

    Harris (hamstring) returned to a full practice Thursday. After missing the Patriots' Week 6 win over the Browns, Harris is on track to return to action Monday night against the Bears. In the process, he'll be in line to reenter a timeshare with Rhamondre Stevenson, a context that gives Harris a degree of weekly fantasy utility but caps his upside while splitting New England's backfield touches with Stevenson.
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