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Dec 4, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 27, 2022 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 20, 2022 2 9 4.5 5 0
Nov 13, 2022 6 21 3.5 6 1 9
Nov 6, 2022 12 56 4.7 23 0 5

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2022 283 4.04 3 17 102 565.6
2021 688 4.62 5 29 176 3 13311.1
3y Avg. 532 4.47 4 21 146 1 978.1
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  • Darrell Henderson: Checks in with Cardinals

    Henderson made a visit with the Cardinals on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Henderson is in search of his third team of the season, after having now been cut by both the Rams and the Jaguars. He could be a decent fit in Arizona, given the team's lack of established depth behind top back James Conner, who has handled offensive snap shares north of 90 percent in four of the past five games and could be in line for more rest over the final three weeks of the season now that the Cardinals have been eliminated from playoff contention. If Henderson lands with the Cardinals, he would be vying with rookie Keaontay Ingram and veteran Corey Clement for work behind Conner.
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  • Darrell Henderson: Back on waiver wire

    The Jaguars waived Henderson on Friday. Jacksonville scooped Henderson off the waiver wire after the Rams cut him in November, but he ultimately didn't play a single snap during his tenure with the Jaguars. The rest of the league will now have an opportunity to get a look at the 25-year-old running back over the final quarter of the season.
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  • Jaguars' Darrell Henderson: Not on injury report

    Henderson (illness) isn't listed Wednesday on the Jaguars' first Week 14 injury report. Henderson was inactive for this past Sunday's loss to the Lions, but he's now past the illness that had him listed as questionable ahead of the Week 13 contest. The running back is thus on track to make his Jaguars debut this weekend against the Titans, though it's unclear if Henderson will immediately unseat JaMycal Hasty for the top backup role behind lead option Travis Etienne.
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  • Jaguars' Darrell Henderson: Inactive Sunday

    Henderson (illness) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Lions. The 25-year-old received the questionable tag after he was absent from Friday's practice due to an illness, and he won't be suiting up for Sunday's contest. Henderson may have been inactive regardless of the ailment since Travis Etienne (foot) is available. JaMycal Hasty and Snoop Conner will operate as Jacksonville's backup tailbacks.
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  • Jaguars' Darrell Henderson: Misses practice, listed as questionable

    Henderson is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions after missing practice Friday due to an illness. Fellow running back Travis Etienne (foot) is also listed as questionable, but trending toward active status after logging limited practices this week. Per Demetrius Harvey of the Florida Times-Union, coach Dog Pederson indicated that Henderson would likely be inactive on game day if Etienne is available, as the newcomer "continues to grow and learn the (Jaguars') offense." With that in mind, JaMycal Hasty and Snoop Conner figure to handle change-of-pace duties Sunday, assuming Etienne suits up versus Detroit.
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  • Jaguars' Darrell Henderson: Not suiting up Sunday

    Henderson (coach's decision) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the Ravens. The 25-year-old was claimed off waivers from the Rams on Wednesday, but he won't suit up for the Jags after spending only a couple days with the team. Henderson should serve as the top backup to Travis Etienne once he's learned the offense, but JaMycal Hasty will remain in that role Sunday.
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  • Jaguars' Darrell Henderson: Not expected to play Sunday

    Jaguars head coach Doug Pederson said Friday that Henderson isn't in line to play Sunday against the Ravens, John Shipley of SI.com reports. The running back is still in the process of learning Jacksonville's offense, so he doesn't look like he'll debut with his new team until Week 13 against the Lions. On the plus side, Henderson, who dealt with a knee issue Week 11 before being waived by the Rams and claimed by the Jaguars -- doesn't appear on Jacksonville's injury report this week. Once he's up to speed with the playbook, Henderson should carve out a key complementary role behind top back Travis Etienne.
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  • Jaguars' Darrell Henderson: Claimed by Jags

    The Jaguars claimed Henderson (knee) off waivers from the Rams on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Henderson, who was leading the Rams with 283 rushing yards through 10 games, was waived Tuesday, but he's quickly found a new landing spot. Per Sarah Barshop of ESPN.com, the running back dealt with a knee issue in Week 11, but by Monday he reportedly felt fine. Once Henderson is up to speed with the Jaguars' playbook, he'll likely carve out a complementary role behind clear-cut top back Travis Etienne.
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  • Darrell Henderson: Cut loose by Rams

    The Rams waived Henderson (knee) on Tuesday. One day removed from coach Sean McVay explaining away Henderson's lack of usage during Sunday's loss at New Orleans as the product of a knee issue, the Rams may be moving on from the fourth-year pro. There's a chance this is simply a procedural move and the team will re-sign Henderson to the practice squad if he clears waivers, but any team can claim him by Wednesday's deadline, so he could find himself with a different organization in the near future.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Dealing with knee injury

    Coach Sean McVay said Monday that Henderson "felt a little something in his knee" before Sunday's loss at New Orleans, which limited him to two carries and four offensive snaps, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports. Henderson started Sunday and handled the first two carries of the game, but he received no touches thereafter as rookie Kyren Williams and Cam Akers got the rest of the Rams' running back reps. Overall, Williams logged 35 of 64 plays on offense en route to eight touches for 44 yards from scrimmage, while Akers notched 25 snaps and 14 carries for 61 yards. With an injury confirmed for Henderson, his status will be monitored this week to get a sense of his availability for Sunday's contest at Kansas City.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Just two touches

    Henderson rushed twice for nine yards in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Saints. Henderson was the tertiary rushing option out of the backfield on Sunday, with just four offensive snaps. With Cam Akers and Kyren Williams combining for 21 rushing attempts for 97 yards, Henderson appears to be the odd man out in this three-headed running back committee since Williams' return from an ankle injury. A Week 12 showdown with a Chiefs defense that has proven stingy against the run will make it even more difficult to trust the veteran running back.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Gets into end zone in loss

    Henderson carried the ball six times for 21 yards and a touchdown and caught his only target for 11 yards in Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Cardinals. The TD salvaged his day from a fantasy perspective, but the Rams' backfield featured a three-way split of the workload between Henderson, Cam Akers and Kyren Williams, and none of them saw more than seven touches. Without more volume, it will be tough for any of the trio to produce useful numbers on a consistent basis, making them all risky options in Week 11 against the Saints.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Leading rusher in Sunday's loss

    Henderson carried the ball 12 times for 56 yards and failed to catch his only target in Sunday's 16-13 loss to the Buccaneers. His numbers were modest, but Henderson was by far the most effective option in the Rams backfield as Cam Akers and Malcolm Brown combined for 12 yards on seven carries. With the team's offensive line struggling though, it will be tough for any Los Angeles RB to produce useful fantasy numbers, even in Week 10 against an Arizona defense that's allowed a 100-yard rusher in back-to-back games.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson Jr.: RBs to Sit

    Henderson was terrible in Week 8 against San Francisco, and he will be tough to trust in Week 9 at Tampa Bay. The Rams could use Cam Akers again since he wasn't traded, and Henderson was already sharing touches with Malcolm Brown and Ronnie Rivers. Henderson has one game with more than seven PPR points since Week 3, and the Buccaneers are No. 6 in fewest Fantasy points allowed to running backs. It's risky to trust Henderson as even a flex option this week.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Just six touches in loss

    Henderson (illness) rushed four times for 16 yards and hauled in both of his targets for 14 yards in Sunday's 31-14 loss to the 49ers. Henderson was able to suit up after dealing with an illness during practice this week. The 25-year-old was expected to lead a depleted Rams backfield, but he finished with less touches than Ronnie Rivers (15) and just one more than Malcolm Brown (5/10/0). With Cam Akers (personal) sidelined and seeking a trade, the Rams' running back situation is one best left alone until someone steps up and grabs the vacant lead role. For now, we have to consider Henderson as one part of an unappealing committee situation heading into a matchup against Tampa Bay next Sunday.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Cleared from injury report

    Henderson (illness) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the 49ers, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Henderson was sick earlier in the week, missing practice Wednesday and returning as a limited participant Thursday. He turned in a full practice Friday, setting him up to lead the Rams backfield against a tough 49ers defense this Sunday. With Cam Akers (personal) held out again and facing an uncertain future, the Rams are likely to rely on Henderson as their starter and Malcolm Brown as the No. 2 back. There has been talk of the team trading away Akers and seeking a replacement, but that won't interfere with Henderson's Week 8 workload.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Limited in return to practice

    Henderson (illness) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports. One day removed from sitting out of drills entirely due to an illness, Henderson unsurprisingly returned to the field with a cap on his reps Thursday. With Cam Akers (personal) away from the team for the time being, a healthy and active Henderson is the Rams' top running back, but first he'll need to ditch his designation ahead of Sunday's game against the 49ers, which may happen as soon as the release of Friday's injury report.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Back at practice Thursday

    Henderson (illness) returned to practice Thursday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Absent Wednesday due to an illness, Henderson was able to mix back into drills in some capacity one day later, which bodes well for his availability as the Rams prepare for Sunday's matchup with the 49ers. His activity level Thursday will reveal where his health stands at the moment.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson Jr.: Sit Him (Lineup Decisions)

    Henderson has a tough matchup in front of him, not to mention uncertainties about how his own O-line will perform. There's a pretty good chance he struggles if he doesn't score, and the 49ers aren't a team that allows boatloads of touchdowns. You're better off starting D'Onta Foreman, Brian Robinson and Latavius Murray.
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  • Rams' Darrell Henderson: Dealing with illness

    Henderson didn't practice Wednesday due to an illness, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Henderson wasn't spotted on the field for the media-access portion of Wednesday's session, and the reason for his absence now is known. With Cam Akers (personal) not set to practice this week, Malcolm Brown was the only running back on the active roster taking part in the Rams' initial Week 8 session, while Kyren Williams (ankle) joined him after the Rams designated him for return from injured reserve Wednesday. Henderson will have two more days to return to drills before the team potentially gives him a designation for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
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