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Nov 13, 2022 0 0 0 0
Nov 6, 2022 6 79 33 1 13
Oct 23, 2022 4 32 18 1 23
Oct 16, 2022 3 42 26 1 10
Oct 10, 2022 4 73 36 0 7

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2022 25 297 11.88 4 31 7.75 648
2021 59 693 11.75 2 46 5.75 814.8
2020 41 560 13.66 4 31 7.75 815.1
3y Avg. 42 597 14.21 4 31 6.20 825.1
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Could be back Week 15

    Head coach Andy Reid said Wednesday that Hardman (abdomen) could return from injured reserve for the Chiefs' Week 15 game in Houston, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. Reid noted that Hardman has resumed running and is "doing well" in his recovery from the abdominal injury, leaving the Chiefs optimistic that the receiver might be ready to go when he's first eligible to come off IR next week. Once Hardman is back in the mix, he may have to compete with Kadarius Toney (hamstring) for a regular spot alongside JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling in three-receiver sets. Toney has showed some intriguing playmaking skills in his first three games with the Chiefs, but the hamstring injury has kept him off the field for the past two contests and has perhaps stalled some of momentum he may have had in surpassing Hardman on the depth chart.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Likely to return in 2022

    Coach Andy Reid doesn't think Hardman's abdominal injury is season-ending and described it as short-term Friday, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. Short-term is relative here, as Hardman already has been placed on injured reserve, but Reid seems optimistic that the fourth-year wide receiver will be back after a minimum four-week IR stint. If Hardman returns at his first available opportunity, he would retake the field Week 15 against Houston on Sunday, Dec. 18.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Lands on IR

    Hardman (abdomen) has been placed on IR by the Chiefs. With Hardman on IR and set to miss at least four games, as well as JuJu Smith-Schuster dealing with a concussion and iffy for Week 11 action, Kadarius Toney, Justin Watson and Skyy Moore are candidates to see added snaps Sunday night against the Chargers alongside Marquez Valdes-Scantling (illness). Hardman won't be eligible to return to action before Kansas City's Week 15 contest against the Texans.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Set to miss another practice

    Hardman (abdomen) won't practice Thursday, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. The same applies to JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion), with the two also having missed Wednesday's practice. If Hardman and/or Smith-Schuster are limited or out Sunday night against the Chargers, added Week 11 snaps would be available for Kadarius Toney, Justin Watson and Skyy Moore alongside Marquez Valdes-Scantling (illness), who is line to return to practice Thursday.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Remains sidelined

    Hardman (abdomen) won't practice Wednesday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. In addition to Hardman, JuJu Smith-Schuster (concussion) or Marquez Valdes-Scantling (illness) are also sitting out the Chiefs' first Week 11 practice, leaving Kadarius Toney, Justin Watson and Skyy Moore as the team's top healthy wideouts. Hardman was inactive for this past Sunday's win over the Jaguars after missing practices Wednesday through Friday.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Flex Starter (Lineup Decisions)

    I overlooked Hardman after Week 6, but not after Week 7. Given all the issues with the Chiefs' run game, it was clear they found an alternative in Hardman, who's become practically automatic near the end zone and also involved when not deep in enemy territory. He's not a slam-dunk starter, but with the Jaguars not expected to slow the Chiefs offense down, Hardman has to be considered a good flex on the hope he can score. I'd start him over Adam Thielen, Kareem Hunt, Kyle Pitts and D'Andre Swift.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Remains sidelined Thursday

    Hardman (abdomen) won't practice Thursday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Hardman, who is dealing with abdominal soreness, also didn't practice Wednesday, so what the wideout is able to do during Friday's session should be key with regard to his chances of suiting up Sunday against the Jaguars. If Hardman is out or limited this weekend, Kadarius Toney, Skyy Moore and Justin Watson would be candidates to see added snaps Week 10 behind JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Week 10 Waiver Priority List

    Hardman had another big game in Week 9 against Tennessee with 19 PPR points with season highs in targets (nine), catches (six) and yards (79), and he caught a touchdown for the third game in a row. He scored at least 11 PPR points for the fourth game in a row, including three games in a row with at least 13 PPR points. His production might not continue at this level -- and Patrick Mahomes attempted 68 passes in Week 9 -- but Hardman should absolutely be rostered in all leagues. He's worth adding for at least 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Week 10 Adds (WR Preview)

    What Hardman has done over the past three weeks feels very much like what Clyde Edwards-Helaire was doing at the start of the season. For the most part, the role and the volume do not seem like a Fantasy starter, but the offense is so good that you can ride the hot streak for as long as it lasts. On the optimistic side, Hardman set season-highs in targets, catches, and yards in Week 9. On the other hand, Edwards-Helaire had 20 touches for 94 yards and two scores in Week 4 and has played fewer snaps in every subsequent game.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Stays hot with another score

    Hardman had six receptions (nine targets) for 79 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 20-17 overtime win over the Titans. Hardman continued his recent touchdown frenzy fresh off the bye, scoring his third receiving touchdown in as many games. The speedy wideout was unable to replicate the rare pair of rushing scores he produced in his last outing -- he had no rushing attempts Sunday -- but his recent usage as Patrick Mahomes' third or fourth receiving option seems to be real. Kansas City threw the ball a ridiculous 68 times Sunday, so fantasy managers shouldn't expect nine targets from Hardman regularly. That said, the 24-year-old carries flex appeal heading into next Sunday's tilt against the Jaguars.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Week 8 Waiver Priority List

    Hardman and Marquez Valdes-Scantling (47 percent rostered) are worth adding during the Chiefs bye in Week 8. Hardman hasn't had more than six targets in any game this season, but he has scored at least 11 PPR points in three games in a row, with four total touchdowns over that span. And Valdes-Scantling has scored 14 PPR points in two of his past three games. There will be inconsistent performances for these two guys, but you're attaching yourself to Patrick Mahomes and Andy Reid, which is never a bad thing. Both are worth adding for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Notches trio of TDs on Sunday

    Hardman reeled in all four targets for 32 yards and one touchdown and added two carries for 28 yards and two more TDs during Sunday's 44-23 win in San Francisco. Hardman paced Chiefs wide receivers with a 62-percent share of the offensive snaps, and while he ranked in a tie for fourth on the team in targets, he took advantage of his usage on the ground, hitting paydirt on both of his rushes. According to CBS Sports, he also become the first wide receiver in the Super Bowl era to record two touchdowns on the ground and another receiving. With five total TDs through seven games this season, Hardman is just one score away from matching his career high of six that he set as a rookie back in 2019.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Finds end zone against Buffalo

    Hardman caught three of four targets for 42 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 24-20 loss to the Bills. While he once again didn't see much target volume, Hardman came up big, hauling in a three-yard TD strike from Patrick Mahomes late in the third quarter to tie the score at 17-17. It was the first TD for the speedster since Kansas City's opener, and his limited role in the passing game makes him tough to use on fantasy rosters heading into a Week 7 meeting with the 49ers.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Respectable showing in Week 5

    Hardman reeled in four of five targets for 73 yards during Monday's 30-29 victory over Las Vegas. The lone incompletion to Hardman came on a late-game deep shot that could have put him over the top from a fantasy perspective, but this outing paces any previous this season in receptions, targets and yards. However, he played a season-low 40 percent of the snaps, which seems to tell a different story from his box score effort.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Catches one pass in win

    Hardman caught his lone target for four yards in Sunday's 41-31 win over the Buccaneers. On a day when the Chiefs offense was clicking, Hardman was not a major part of the game plan and saw just one target in the passing game. The veteran wideout operated as the Chiefs' No. 3 receiver, playing behind Marquez Valdes-Scantling and JuJu Smith-Schuster while playing 46 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Though the wideout has the ability to make big plays, Hardman's limited opportunities make him hard to trust in a Week 5 matchup with the Raiders.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Avoids Week 4 injury report

    Hardman (heel) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. Hardman turned in limited practice showings Thursday and Friday after sitting out entirely Wednesday, but that modest participation was enough to gain clearance for Week 4. Despite the offseason departure of Tyreek Hill, Hardman has remained a supporting option in Kansas City's passing game, though he's always capable of breaking a big play or two with Patrick Mahomes throwing him the ball.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Back at practice

    Hardman (heel) returned to a limited practice Thursday. Hardman sat out Wednesday's session, but his return to practice Thursday bodes well for his chances of playing Sunday against the Buccaneers. Friday's injury report will determine whether or not the wideout heads into the weekend with an injury designation or fully cleared for Week 4 action.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: No practice Wednesday

    Hardman (heel) won't practice Wednesday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Hardman managed the heel issue heading into last week's loss to the Colts, but he didn't carry a designation into the game and played 43 of the Chiefs' 63 snaps on offense. The wideout's potential return to practice Thursday would likely indicate that his absence from Wednesday's session was maintenance-related.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Minimal contribution against Colts

    Hardman gathered in his only target for two yards during Sunday's 20-17 defeat versus the Colts. Hardman didn't possess an injury tag leading up to the contest but notably was limited in practice during the week because of a heel issue. Even so, Hardman logged a season-high 43 snaps (69 percent) Sunday as the Chiefs struggled to move the ball on offense. Even with turnover at the wide receiver position from Tyreek Hill and Demarcus Robinson, Hardman has actually claimed fewer targets per game so far in 2022 (3.7) than he did last season (4.9).
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Will play in Week 3

    Hardman (heel) doesn't have an injury designation heading into Sunday's game against the Colts, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Hardman is good to go after practicing fully Friday. He had been limited Wednesday and Thursday. Fellow Chiefs wide receivers JuJu Smith-Schuster (shoulder), Marquez Valdes-Scantling (hip) and Justin Watson (chest) all shed their respective injury designations as well.
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