Player Outlook
Until Felton finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

Fantasy Stats

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2023
2022 -4 -4.00 2 8
2021 24 3.43 18 181 2 281.8
3y Avg. 10 2.50 10 94 1 70.6

Fantasy News

  • Demetric Felton: Get deal officially

    Felton signed with the Bengals' practice squad Thursday. Felton's addition was pending a physical and is now official. The former Brown will stay in the AFC North and work to earn a chance on the team's 53-man roster.
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  • Demetric Felton: Set to join practice squad

    Felton will sign with the Bengals' practice squad Thursday, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Felton was waived by the Browns on Tuesday, but he's set to join their divisional rival via the practice squad following a physical. The 2021 sixth-rounder appeared in 24 games with Cleveland over the last two seasons.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Solid showing Friday

    Felton carried the ball eight times for 31 yards in Friday's preseason loss to the Commanders. With Nick Chubb getting the night off and Jerome Ford (hamstring) unavailable, Felton got the start for the Browns. While his numbers don't jump off the page, the third-year UCLA product was the only Cleveland running back to reach double-digit rushing yards. His role on special teams should ensure he makes the Week 1 roster, but if Ford's injury lingers into the regular season, Felton could see a bit more usage on offense than expected as well.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Impacted by Ford injury

    Jerome Ford suffered a hamstring injury during Monday's practice, per Zack Jackson of The Athletics, which puts Felton in a position to get more reps at running back. There was no immediate word on a prognosis for Ford, but any extended downtime will benefit Felton's chances of sticking with the team. Felton, who had a hopeful showcase during the Hall of Fame Game, continues to compete for both return jobs and the No. 3 running back role.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Healthy scratch Week 16

    Felton (coach's decision) has been ruled inactive for Saturday's game against the Saints. Felton helped fill in for the Browns' injury-depleted receiving corps the past three games. However, the 24-year-old will now be ruled a healthy scratch for the fourth time in seven weeks, as wideouts Amari Cooper, Donovan Peoples-Jones, David Bell and Michael Woods are all set to play Saturday.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: One touch in win

    Felton caught his lone target for five yards in Saturday's 13-3 win over Baltimore. Felton was part of the crew stepping up in the absence of David Bell (thumb) and Anthony Schwartz (concussion), but he played only four snaps. Most of the available third-wideout playing time went to Michael Woods (41 snaps) with Daylen Baldwin (12) behind him. The reception was just the second on the season for Felton.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Fills in for injured Bell

    Felton did not catch his lone target in Sunday's 27-14 win over the Texans in Week 13. Felton was on the active roster for the first time in four weeks, which turned out to be a prudent decision by head coach Kevin Stefanski. The Browns lost slot receiver David Bell to a hand injury early and used Felton as a fill-in. He played a season-high 36 snaps and is more familiar with the slot role than Anthony Schwartz, who played five snaps on offense, so Felton could see consistent usage if Bell misses additional time.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Inactive again

    Felton was a healthy inactive for Week 11 against Buffalo. Felton has just two touches on offense and one as a returner this season. The hybrid back has clearly dropped behind Jerome Ford and is used only when injuries hit at wideout or running back. With Ford and Michael Woods healthy, there's no room for Felton.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Inactive Week 10

    Felton did not suit up for Sunday's loss to the Dolphins in Week 10. Felton was a healthy inactive for the fourth time in nine weeks because the Browns welcomed back Jerome Ford from his ankle injury. Drafted as a hybrid back/receiver in 2021, Felton's failed to make an impact during his one-plus seasons in the NFL.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Returns one kick

    Felton returned one kickoff for 11 yards and did not play on offense in Monday's 32-13 win over Cincinnati. Felton has shifted roles all season. Some weeks he's on the active roster and some weeks he's not, and when he has been active, he's not always the primary kickoff returner. If the Browns trade either Kareem Hunt or D'Ernest Johnson, Felton's chances of seeing time on offense would improve, but rookie Jerome Ford (ankle) is eligible to return from injured reserve following the Browns' Week 9 bye.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Activated for Week 7

    Felton was on the active roster for Sunday's 23-20 loss to the Ravens but played only on special teams. Felton, who was inactive the previous week, played just six snaps and was not a factor in the return game. The lone kickoff return fell to D'Ernest Johnson, while Donovan Peoples-Jones handled punt returns.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Will not play Sunday

    Felton (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Patriots, Mary Kay Cabot of The Cleveland Plain Dealer reports. Felton was also inactive last Sunday, and it appears he has fallen behind Chester Rogers on the punt returner depth chart. He'll work to earn a chance to be active in Week 7 against the Ravens.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Punt returner on depth chart

    Felton is listed as the primary punt returner on the Browns' unofficial depth chart for Week 5 against the Chargers. Felton helped replace Jerome Ford (ankle) on kickoff returns Sunday and may get a crack at returning punts this coming weekend. Donovan Peoples-Jones, who returned punts in Week 4, is now listed only as a wide receiver, while D'Ernest Johnson tops the kickoff return depth chart. Felton opened the season as the primary returner for both punts and kickoffs but has since lost both jobs.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Won't suit up Thursday

    Felton (coach's decision) was listed as inactive ahead of Thursday night's matchup against the Steelers. Felton has made little impact outside of his role as a punt returner over the first two games of the season, recording just one catch and one rush in Week 2. In his stead, Chester Rogers will likely handle punt returns after being elevated from Cleveland's practice squad Thursday.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Returns five punts, muffs one

    Felton returned five punts for 29 yards and muffed one of them in Sunday's 26-24 win over Carolina in Week 1. As expected, Felton contributed mostly on special teams but did have one target and played 11 snaps on offense. It had been reported that he would handle both punts and kickoffs, but the Browns used rookie Jerome Ford on kickoffs. It's unclear if the muff will prompt a change on punt returns, but that notion was floated by Zac Jackson of The Athletic. In an unexpected move, the Browns made D'Ernest Johnson inactive, but neither Felton nor Ford benefitted from that in the way of carries.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Locked in as primary return man

    Cleveland lists Felton as its top kickoff and punt return on the unofficial depth chart the team released Tuesday, the Browns' official site reports. Felton's versatility came in handy during the preseason and training camp, when the Browns suffered injuries at wideout and in the return game. On offense, the hybrid running back/wide receiver is listed only as a receiver, one of six the Browns kept on their 53-man roster. He's not likely to have a consistent role on offense as anything more than a gadget player.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Remains on RB depth chart

    The Browns continue to list Felton on the depth chart at running back, even though he hasn't spent a full practice day with the running backs since May, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. Felton spent most of training camp with the wideouts and was often among the first group at slot receiver during full-team drills. His usage in camp and the Browns' decision to keep four other running backs suggests Felton's clearest path to playing time will likely come at receiver. The wideout depth chart is full of unproven targets beyond Amari Cooper, so the Brown could bring in another receiver before Week 1 to round out the position group.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Tops return spot on depth chart

    The Browns list Felton as their top return man for punts and kickoffs on the unofficial depth chart for Sunday's preseason game against the Eagles. Ja'Marcus Bradley handled both chores in last week's preseason opener against the Jaguars, but it now looks as though it'll be Felton's turn to replace the injured Jakeem Grant (Achilles) on special teams. Felton was the primary punt returner and the second kick returner behind Anthony Schwartz in 2021. Since Grant went down with a season-ending injury, the Browns have used multiple returners in practice, including Felton, Bradley, Donovan Peoples-Jones and Ronnie Harrison.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Ascends returner depth chart

    Felton is likely to settle in atop the depth chart at kick and punt returner after Jakeem Grant exited Tuesday's practice with an Achilles injury, Zack Jackson of The Athletic reports. Felton is the first line for the return gig, but D'Ernest Johnson, Anthony Schwartz, Ja'Marcus Bradley and Mike Harley could also be used in practice and preseason games. Since the start of the preseason, Felton's chances of making the Week 1 roster have improved considerably. After the Browns drafted Jerome Ford this spring to add to an already crowded running back room, the hybrid back/receiver found himself on the roster bubble. Since then, injuries to several wide receivers gave Felton plenty of reps at the position, and now Grant's injury creates an opportunity for Felton in the return game.
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  • Browns' Demetric Felton: Minimal use on offense

    Felton returned four kickoffs for 83 yards and played four snaps on offense in Week 16's 24-22 loss to the Packers on Saturday. Felton's playing time on offense took a hit with Jarvis Landry and Austin Hooper returning from the reserve/COVID-19 list, dropping him from a season-high 29 snaps against the Raiders in Week 15 to four against Green Bay. He did serve as the team's primary kick returner for a second straight game, however. He appears to have taken over the kick-return duties from fellow rookie Anthony Schwartz, who was active for the second consecutive game following a three-game absence due to a concussion.
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