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Fantasy News

  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Extends tenure in Minnesota

    Ham agreed Wednesday with the Vikings on a two-year contract extension, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Ham has spent the entirety of his seven-year career with the Vikings. While the 29-year-old saw a diminished role within head coach Kevin O'Connell's offense in 2022, he's still one of the more utilized fullbacks in the NFL, playing on both offense and special teams. Ham will look to have a similar role next season and continue to help open up holes for Dalvin Cook and the rest of the run game.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Scores rushing TD

    Ham had one carry for a two-yard touchdown in Sunday's win at Buffalo. It was just his second carry of the season and second rushing TD of his career. Ham played on just six of the offense's 80 snaps, as he's had a minimal role under new head coach Kevin O'Connell.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Records two catches Sunday

    Ham hauled in two of three targets for 15 yards in Sunday's 28-24 win over the Lions. Though he was only on the field for 11 snaps on offense, Ham had two key receptions on the first of the Vikings' two touchdown drives in the second quarter. With Dalvin Cook (shoulder) uncertain to suit up Week 4 against the Saints, Ham could see a modest uptick in snaps with one less option available out of the backfield. However, the fullback is unlikely to see an appreciable increase in touches as a runner or pass catcher, as Alexander Mattison would step into Cook's three-down lead role if Cook ends up sitting out in New Orleans.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Just three snaps Monday

    Ham played just three snaps on offense in Monday's loss at Philadelphia and didn't get a carry or target. The Vikings didn't utilize a fullback when they fell behind early and were forced to pass the ball. Ham hasn't been a fantasy factor with few touches per game in the past, but his role under new head coach Kevin O'Connell could dry up as the team focuses on the passing game.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Smaller role in season debut

    Ham had one reception for six yards on his lone target and did not have a carry in Sunday's win over Green Bay. Ham played on just 14 of the offense's 62 snaps. That's less than his average last season (21 snaps per game) despite the Vikings playing with a large lead. He may see a reduced role under new head coach Kevin O'Connell, not that he has been a fantasy factor with few touches per game in the past.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Catches both targets in loss

    Ham caught both of his targets for 13 yards during Sunday's 30-23 loss to the Rams. Ham was dealing with a hamstring injury during the week, but he was ultimately active for the contest and was able to play 36 total snaps (20 on offense). On the season, the fullback has totaled 15 catches for 117 yards, but he'll likely remain a fantasy afterthought during Minnesota's divisional showdown with the Packers in Week 17.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Active for Week 16

    Ham (hamstring) is active for Sunday's contest against the Rams. Ham tweaked his hamstring during the Vikings' win over the Bears on Monday Night Football, but he is ready to go for Week 16. The fullback doesn't garner much fantasy consideration, but his presence should be a boost to a Minnesota run game that will rely heavily on Alexander Mattison with Dalvin Cook sidelined due to COVID-19 protocols.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Catches lone target

    Ham had a 19-yard reception on his lone target during Sunday's 29-27 loss to the Lions. Ham played 25 of 76 offensive snaps and took advantage of his lone touch by rumbling 19 yards during the third quarter. The 28-year-old has seven carries for 34 yards and 12 receptions for 101 yards through 12 games this season, and he doesn't offer any fantasy appeal as a fullback.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Has 30 yards rushing

    Ham had one carry for 30 yards in Sunday's win at Carolina. It was just Ham's fifth carry on the season and the second longest run of his career. Ham is almost strictly a blocking fullback in Minnesota's offense, so don't expect many more touches, even with Sunday's success.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Two receptions Sunday

    Ham had two receptions on two targets for nine yards in Sunday's overtime loss at Cincinnati. Ham played 25 snaps on offense, but he blocked on all but nine of them. He's primarily a blocking fullback and has minimal role on offense aside from a few receptions and an occasional goal-line carry.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Minimal role in 2020

    Ham ended his season rushing five times for 18 yards and catching eight of his 13 targets for 97 yards and one touchdown in 15 games. In his fourth season with the Vikings, Ham again had a quiet year paving the way for Dalvin Cook and his primary backup Alexander Mattison. After playing a career-high 404 offensive snaps, the 27-year-old fullback will continue in that role as he's signed through 2023.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Gains Week 17 clearance

    Ham (quadriceps) was a full practice participant Friday, and he carries no injury designation into Sunday's game at Detroit. Ham was never able to reach full participation in practice last week, contributing a limited session Thursday before being tagged as questionable and subsequently ruled out for a Christmas Day loss to New Orleans. The 2019 Pro Bowl fullback is now clear for Minnesota's season finale against the Lions, an appearance that will mark Ham's 15th of the campaign.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Officially inactive

    Ham (quadriceps) is inactive for Friday's contest against New Orleans. Ham logged a limited practice Thursday, but that proved to be inadequate for him to suit up on Christmas Day. Jake Bargas, who was promoted from the practice squad Thursday, will receive the start at fullback in Ham's place.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Questionable for Friday

    Ham (quadriceps) is listed as questionable for Friday's Christmas Day matchup against New Orleans. Ham practiced in limited fashion Thursday after logging DNPs on both Tuesday and Wednesday, giving him a chance to suit up Friday. Though he has logged only five carries and six catches this season, Ham's absence could impact the performance of Dalvin Cook, as Ham is an important part of Minnesota's blocking scheme.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Misses another practice

    Ham (quadriceps) did not practice Wednesday. Ham has now missed back-to-back practices, putting his status for Christmas Day's game against the Saints in legitimate jeopardy. If he's unable to play Friday, the Vikings' blocking scheme will suffer a downgrade, which could impact the ceiling of Dalvin Cook.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Season-high playing time Sunday

    Ham had three receptions for 22 yards and one carry for zero yards in Sunday's loss at Tampa Bay. Ham played a season-high 40 snaps on offense as he likely got more playing time with tight end Kyle Rudolph (foot) sidelined. Ham is almost exclusively used as a blocker, so this may be his ceiling in touches, though he can get an occasional red-zone carry.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Back from COVID list

    Ham (undisclosed) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday. Ham is back after a brief stint on the COVID-19 list and should resume his role as the lead blocker for Dalvin Cook.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Hits COVID list

    The Vikings placed Ham on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. It's unclear whether Ham tested positive for the virus or came into close contact with an infected person. Either way, Ham will need to clear the league's protocols before he's allowed back with the team. Ham has been instrumental in creating holes for Dalvin Cook to run through this season, so if he was forced to miss Sunday's game against Dallas, it would be a slight hit to the Vikings' rushing attack.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: No touches Sunday

    Ham did not have a carry or reception in Sunday's loss to Green Bay. He played on 12 of the offense's 52 snaps and stayed into block on 10 plays, according to Pro Football Focus. Ham had a key block at the goal line which helped Dalvin Cook run for a touchdown in the first quarter. Ham will reprise his fulback role for the Vikings and will get only an occasional reception or carry. Alexander Mattison's increased usage in the passing game likely limits Ham's minimal role as a receiver.
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  • Vikings' C.J. Ham: Signs long-term deal

    Ham is signing a four-year, $12.25 million contract to stay with the Vikings, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The 26-year-old fullback played 354 snaps on offense and 232 on special teams in 2019, primarily blocking for Dalvin Cook but also catching 17 of 26 targets for 149 yards and a touchdown. While he isn't necessarily dominant as a lead blocker, Ham offers versatility that helps the Vikings throw the ball with impressive efficiency from so-called running formations.
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