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Nov 27, 2022 2 18 9.0 16 0 3
Nov 20, 2022 2 7 3.5 8 0
Nov 6, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 31, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 23, 2022 0 0 0 0 0

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2022 25 6.25 1 24
2021 51 3.40 1 4 51
2020 157 6.04 1 5 30 161.6
3y Avg. 69 4.93 0 2 11 70.8
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Contributes in win

    Williams had two carries for 18 yards and one reception for 16 yards in the Bengals' win over the Titans on Sunday. Williams is clearly behind both Samaje Perine and Joe Mixon (concussion) when both are healthy, but he's also clearly ahead of Chris Evans should the opportunity arise.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Set to fill depth role Week 12

    Williams is expected to be active for Sunday's game against the Titans, James Rapien of SI.com reports. With lead back Joe Mixon (concussion) having been ruled out for the Week 12 contest, Williams and Chris Evans are poised to serve as depth options behind Samaje Perine, who is expected to step into the starting role. Perine will most likely dominate the snaps and touches out of the backfield, though perhaps not to the extent of Mixon, who played at least two-thirds of the Bengals' offensive plays in every game until Week 11, when he exited in the first half of a win over the Steelers after sustaining the concussion. Mixon's absence should pave the way for Evans and Williams to both have roles on offense, albeit as change-of-pace options behind Perine. Evans likely represents a better bet to relieve Perine on passing downs, while Williams could sub in for Perine in short-yardage or more obvious running situations. Williams suited up for just the second time all season in the win over Pittsburgh, carrying two times for seven yards while failing to secure his only target.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Healthy scratch

    Williams (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's season opener against the Steelers, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports. Williams made the Bengals' initial 53-man roster, but he was let go a day later to make room for a trio of wavier claims. He then returned to the team after Cincinnati placed multiple players on injured reserve. However, he's a healthy scratch for Week 1 as the Bengals have opted to keep only three running backs on the active roster -- Joe Mixon, Samaje Perine and Chris Evans.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Re-signs with Cincinnati

    The Bengals re-signed Williams on Friday. Williams made the initial 53-man roster, but he was let go a day later to make room for a trio of waiver claims. However, he's now returned to the team after the Bengals placed Tycen Anderson and Isaiah Prince on IR. The 2019 sixth-round pick has appeared in 26 games over the past three years in Cincinnati, totaling 47 touches for 242 yards.
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  • Trayveon Williams: Waived by Cincinnati

    The Bengals waived Williams on Wednesday, Paul Dehner Jr. of The Athletic reports. Williams made the initial 53-man roster, but he was let go Wednesday to make room for a trio of waiver claims. The 2019 sixth-round pick appeared in 26 games over three years with the Bengals, totaling 47 touches for 242 yards.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Used behind Evans

    Williams rushed nine times for 28 yards and a touchdown while catching his only target for three yards in Sunday's 25-22 preseason loss to the Giants. Williams was the second Cincinnati running back to see the field after Chris Evans, who got the start with both Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine sitting out. Most of Williams' contributions came on the first drive of the second half, which the 2019 sixth-round pick capped with a one-yard rushing touchdown. Williams seems to be locked into the fourth spot on Cincinnati's running back depth chart, which leaves him squarely on the roster bubble.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Paces backfield in finale

    Williams rushed nine times for 38 yards and brought in one of two targets for four yards in the Bengals' 21-16 loss to the Browns on Sunday. Williams got a chance for extended action with Joe Mixon (reserve/COVID-19) unavailable and Samaje Perine going unused in the finale. The third-year pro is unlikely to have any role in the Bengals' upcoming postseason run unless there are multiple injuries in front of him.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Signed to active roster

    Williams was signed to the Bengals' active roster from the practice squad Saturday, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports. Williams has been elevated from the practice squad on two occasions this season. However, he'll now join the roster on a more permanent basis, which could mean bad news for Chris Evans (ankle) from an injury perspective. When active, Williams has played primarily on special teams, but he does have six carries for 13 yards.
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  • Trayveon Williams: Reverts to practice squad

    Williams reverted to the Bengals' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Williams was called up to add depth to Cincinnati's running back group with Chris Evans (hamstring) unable to go Sunday against the Jets. Williams ultimately only played eight snaps, all on special teams. If Evans misses Week 9 against the Browns, Williams will look for another chance to play Sunday.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Joining active roster

    Williams is being elevated to the Bengals' 53-man roster for Sunday's game against the Jets, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports. Williams gets the call with Chris Evans set to miss the game with a hamstring issue. The 24-year-old Williams is unlikely to see much work behind Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Moves to active roster

    Williams has been elevated from the practice squad ahead of Sunday's game against the Lions. Williams will take over for Samaje Perine, who will not be activated off the reserve/COVID-19 list in time for Sunday's contest. The 23-year-old made a couple of brief appearances last season when Joe Mixon was sidelined, most notably tallying a 12-carry, three-catch effort as the de-facto starter in Week 14 against the Cowboys. The move essentially guarantees Mixon will be expected to handle his full workload, an important distinction considering he's currently listed as questionable with a nagging ankle injury.
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  • Trayveon Williams: Doesn't make 53-man roster

    Williams was waived by the Bengals on Tuesday. The 2019 sixth-round pick recorded 157 yards on 26 carries and 30 yards on five receptions last season. Samaje Perine and Chris Evans will back up Joe Mixon to start the year.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Won't suit up against Washington

    Williams (hamstring) will not face Washington during Friday's exhibition matchup, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. Williams will miss his second straight preseason game due to a hamstring injury, making Aug. 29's match against the Dolphins his next chance to suit up. The 2019 sixth-round pick has reportedly put together a strong offseason, but he's facing competition from Samaje Perine, Chris Evans, Jacques Patrick and Pooka Williams for a roster spot.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Injures hammy, out Saturday

    Williams injured his hamstring Thursday and won't be available for Saturday's preseason game against Tampa Bay, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. The 2019 sixth-round pick reportedly is having a nice summer after struggling with injuries the past two years, but even if he gets healthy in a hurry, Williams will need to compete for a roster spot and backup work. Samaje Perine, Chris Evans, Jacques Patrick and Pooka Williams are the other backfield options behind Joe Mixon, with Perine and Evans seemingly the chief competition for Trayveon Williams.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Infrequently employed

    Williams finished the 2020 season with 26 carries for 157 yards, including four carries for 74 yards in the season finale against the Ravens. Williams broke off a 55-yard run in the finale, but, despite the big run, he got very little work for the remainder of the game. Williams will be entering his third season in the NFL with little game action. With Joe Mixon signed long-term, there's not a lot of hope for Williams to earn a significant role with the Bengals.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Gains role in backfield

    Williams carried the ball 12 times for 49 yards in Week 14 against the Cowboys. He added three receptions for 14 yards. Williams took over as the Bengals' lead back after Giovani Bernard fumbled on the opening drive. Williams was fairly effective on the team's subsequent possession, gaining 22 combined yards between receptions and carries. However, he fumbled the ball deep in Dallas territory and was subsequently benched for the rest of the first quarter. After re-entering the contest, Williams managed to lead the team with 12 carries and could see an increased role in Week 15 against the Steelers if Joe Mixon (foot) remains out.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: No offensive snaps in loss

    Williams didn't play an offensive snap in Sunday's 19-7 loss to the Dolphins. Giovani Bernard continues to lead the Bengals' backfield, while Samaje Perine operates as the clear No. 2 running back. Williams hasn't gained footing as a consistent contributor; he's played just 10 snaps on offense over the last four weeks.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: One carry, one catch

    Williams played five offensive snaps Sunday in the Bengals' loss to the Giants, catching a pass for 13 yards and running once while losing two yards. The carry was one more than fellow backup Samaji Perine received, with Giovani Bernard getting the lion's share of work. It's not at all clear the Bengals are interested in seeing more from him the rest of the way.
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Exclusively plays special teams

    Williams played zero offensive snaps during Sunday's 20-9 loss to Washington. The 23-year-old received the first carries of his career last week against the Steelers (five rushes for 22 yards), but it was only a small burst of playing time in a blowout. Williams could step into a bigger offensive role with Samaje Perine while href="https://www.rotowire.com/football/player.php?id=11707">Joe Mixon (foot) is on injured reserve and Giovani Bernard recovers from a concussion..
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  • Bengals' Trayveon Williams: Special teams only

    Williams was active for the first time this season Sunday against the Browns, but he only saw action on two special-teams snaps. Williams is in his second year with the Bengals, but he has yet to record his first NFL regular-season carry. Even though the Bengals are 1-5-1 that still may not happen -- after all, they didn't see fit to give him that chance last year as they were playing out the string.
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