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Jan 7, 2023 0 0 0 0
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

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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: Listed as questionable for Sunday

    Hardman (pelvis) is listed as questionable for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals after practicing in a limited fashion this week, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Hardman, who last suited up for game action in Week 9, appears to be trending in the right direction ahead of Sunday's 6:30 ET kickoff, and If he's available versus Cincinnati, the 2019 second-rounder would add valuable speed and depth to a wideout corps that also includes JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Kadarius Toney, Skyy Moore and Justin Watson (illness, questionable). Prior to being sidelined, Hardman had recorded 25 catches on 34 targets for 297 yards and four touchdowns in eight games.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Another limited practice

    Hardman (pelvis) remained limited at practice Thursday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Coach Andy Reid told McMullen on Thursday that the team is "going to take it day-by-day" with Hardman as Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals approaches. Friday's final injury report will reveal whether the wideout heads into the weekend with an official injury designation or cleared to face Cincinnati.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Logs limited practice

    Hardman (pelvis) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday. Hardman was unable to practice last week ahead of the Chiefs' divisional-round win over the Jaguars, but his ability to work Wednesday in any capacity has the wideout trending in the right direction in advance of Sunday's AFC Championship Game versus the Bengals. If he's available this weekend, Hardman will add speed and experience to a Kansas City wideout corps that also includes JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Kadarius Toney and Justin Watson.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: In line to practice

    Hardman (pelvis) will practice Wednesday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Head coach Andy Reid noted that Hardman, who last suited up Week 9, "feels better than he did the last couple weeks" and "seems to be in a good place" as Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals approaches. The Chiefs' upcoming injury report will clarify Hardman's official participation level in Wednesday's session, but the wideout appears to be trending in the right direction at this stage of the week.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Won't play Saturday

    Hardman (pelvis) has been ruled out for Saturday's playoff contest against the Jaguars. Hardman was unable to practice this week, so he'll target a potential return to action a week from Sunday, should Kansas City advance to the AFC Championship Game with a win over Jacksonville. In his continued absence this weekend, Kadarius Toney, Justin Watson and Skyy Moore are candidates to handle added opportunities behind the team's top two wide receivers, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Still not practicing

    Hardman (pelvis) remained sidelined at practice Wednesday, Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com reports. Hardman, who was also listed as a non-participant Tuesday, has one more chance to return to the practice field ahead of Saturday's divisional-round matchup with the Jaguars. If Hardman remains sidelined this weekend, Kadarius Toney, Justin Watson and Skyy Moore would be in line for added opportunities between the Chiefs' top two wideouts, JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Not practicing Tuesday

    Hardman (pelvis) won't practice Tuesday, Nate Taylor of The Athletic reports. "It's not responding the way he wants it to," Kansas City coach Andy Reid said of Hardman's injury. After suffering the abdominal injury coming out of Kansas City's Week 9 win over the Titans, Hardman was moved to injured reserve before being cleared Dec. 14 to rejoin the team for practice. He appeared to be making progress and was officially activated and added back to the 53-man roster Jan. 4, but he didn't play in the regular-season finale against the Raiders after experiencing a setback during practice. Despite Kansas City being on bye for the first round of the postseason, Hardman doesn't seem to have made much progress, and his absence from practice doesn't bode well for his chances of playing in Saturday's divisional-round game against the Jaguars. If the speedster remains sidelined, Kadarius Toney and Justin Watson would likely share duties as the No. 3 receiver in Kansas City's playoff opener.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Questionable for Saturday's contest

    Hardman (pelvis) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the Raiders after practicing in a limited fashion Wednesday and Thursday. Hardman, who last suited up Week 9, may end up being a game-time decision for the contest. If he's cleared to play, he'll likely be subject to a limited workload, according to Charles Goldman of USA Today. Head coach Andy Reid said after Thursday's practice that, if active, Hardman will be subject to a similar restriction with his snaps that Kadarius Toney previously faced in his return from a three-game absence due to injury Week 15, noting that he'll be "holding [Hardman] back, I'm sure, if we get to that point." Reid wasn't willing to put a number on Hardman's snap count, but if the speedster is active, he looks like he might be sharing the No. 3 receiver role with Toney and Justin Watson.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Limited practice Wednesday

    Hardman was listed as a limited participant at Wednesday's practice due to a pelvis injury. The Chiefs activated Hardman from injured reserve earlier Wednesday after he hadn't played since Week 9 due to abdominal soreness, but given that he's still not practicing fully due to what's a related pelvis injury, the wideout's status for Saturday's game against the Raiders remains uncertain. Thursday's injury report will reveal whether Hardman approaches the contest with an injury designation or if he's cleared to play.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Activated from IR

    The Chiefs activated Hardman (abdomen) from injured reserve Wednesday. Hardman, who last suited up Week 9, will bolster the Chiefs' pass-catching depth for Saturday's regular-season finale versus the Raiders and the team's upcoming playoff run. The team has yet to reveal its plans for Hardman in Week 18, given that he was a limited participant at practice Wednesday. When healthy enough to log a full allotment of snaps, Harman brings speed and experience to a wideout corps that also features JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling and Kadarius Toney. Prior to missing time with an abdominal issue, Hardman caught 25 of his 34 targets for 297 yards and four touchdowns in eight games.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Won't play after setback

    Hardman (abdomen) won't play in Sunday's game against the Broncos, Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com reports. Coach Andy Reid revealed that Hardman suffered a setback Wednesday, which explains his subsequent absence from practice. Hardman will have one more chance to return from injured reserve before the end of the regular season when the Chiefs face the Raiders in Week 18. He must be activated from injured reserve by next week in order to play again this season, so Kansas City will likely do so with an eye on having Hardman in the postseason, regardless of his Week 18 availability.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Not seen at practice Thursday

    Hardman (abdomen) wasn't spotted at practice Thursday, Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com reports. After being designated for return from injured reserve Dec. 14, Hardman has been practicing for the past two-plus weeks, with head coach Andy Reid suggesting Wednesday that the receiver would likely be activated ahead of Sunday's game against the Broncos. Hardman's absence from practice suddenly makes his availability for Sunday less of a sure bet, though he could put to rest some of the concern about his status by getting back on the field Friday in some capacity. Since the Chiefs have a full 21-day window to evaluate Hardman before he would need to be added back to the 53-man roster, the team can wait until next week to activate him if there's any concern he won't be ready to play against Denver.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Trending toward Week 17 return

    Hardman (abdomen) will continue to practice Wednesday, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. When asked whether the wideout, who last suited up in Week 9, might come off injured reserve ahead of Sunday's game against the Broncos, Kansas City head coach Andy Reid told coach McMullen that he "presumes" Hardman will "be [in] there." Assuming Hardman is available this weekend, he'll have a chance to reclaim a key role in a Kansas City wideout corps that also includes JuJu Smith-Schuster, Marquez Valdes-Scantling, Justin Watson, Kadarius Toney and Skyy Moore.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Week 17 Waiver Priority List

    We keep waiting for Hardman (abdomen) to return, and hopefully it happens in Week 17 against Denver. Prior to going on injured reserve in Week 10, Hardman had scored at least 11 PPR points in four games in a row, with five total touchdowns over that span. He's attached to Patrick Mahomes, which is a great place to be, and Hardman should continue to make plays all over the field. We hope there's no rust with the extended layoff, and Hardman could be a difference maker for Fantasy managers to close the season, starting in Week 17.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Looking unlikely to play Week 16

    Chiefs head coach Andy Reid suggested Thursday that Hardman (abdomen) isn't on track to be activated from injured reserve ahead of Saturday's game against the Seahawks, Herbie Teope of The Kansas City Star reports. "I'm not sure he's where he need to be," Reid said. Reid's comments are an about-face from just two days earlier, when he told Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com that Hardman had a "good chance" of suiting up this weekend. The coach's change in tune isn't necessarily an indication that Hardman has hit a snag in his recovery from the abdominal injury; it's possible the receiver may just need to get in more practice reps as he attempts to regain conditioning following a six-week layoff. Assuming Hardman remains out for Week 16, the Chiefs will likely turn to a combination of Kadarius Toney, Justin Watson and Skyy Moore to rotate in alongside starting wideouts JuJu Smith-Schuster and Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Week 16 Waiver Priority List

    We hope Hardman (abdomen) can return in Week 16 against Seattle, and he would be a No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues. Prior to going on injured reserve in Week 10, Hardman had scored at least 11 PPR points in four games in a row, with five total touchdowns over that span. He's attached to Patrick Mahomes, which is a great place to be, and Hardman should continue to make plays all over the field. We hope there's no rust with the extended layoff, and Hardman could be a difference maker for Fantasy managers to close the season.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Won't play Week 15

    The Chiefs didn't activate Hardman (abdomen) from injured reserve Saturday, meaning he won't be available for Sunday's game against the Texans, Charles Goldman of USA Today reports. Though the Chiefs opened Hardman's 21-day evaluation window by designating him for return from IR on Wednesday, the team evidently determined that the receiver needed more practice time before suiting up for the first time since Week 9. Adam Schefter of ESPN reports that the Chiefs expect Hardman to make his return from an abdominal injury Week 16 versus the Seahawks.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Could return next week

    Hardman (abdomen) isn't expected to be activated off injured reserve prior to Sunday's game at Houston, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Kadarius Toney (hamstring) is expected to make his return after a three-game absence, meaning the Chiefs should have a capable trio of wideouts ready to go this weekend even while Hardman remains out. The speedy receiver hasn't played since injuring his abdomen back in Week 9, but Schefter believes he could make his return Week 16 against the Seahawks.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Not expected to play

    Coach Andy Reid said Friday that he's leaning against playing Hardman (abdomen) in Sunday's game against the Texans, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Reid added that Hardman had a good week of practice after being designated to return from injured reserve. Given Reid's comments Friday, there's a decent chance Hardman has a lesser-than-usual role even if the team does activate him from IR before the deadline Saturday afternoon.
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  • Chiefs' Mecole Hardman: Practicing Wednesday

    The Chiefs designated Hardman (abdomen) for return from injured reserve Wednesday, with head coach Andy Reid noting that the wide receiver will have a "ramp-up process" throughout the week, Pete Sweeney of ArrowheadPride.com reports. After having spent the requisite four games on IR, Hardman is now eligible to practice and potentially return to the 53-man roster ahead of Sunday's game against the Texans. If Hardman needs more ramp-up time beyond this week, the Chiefs will still have the option of bringing him back Week 16 against Seattle or Week 17 against Denver. Prior to suffering the abdominal injury, Hardman was enjoying one of the better stretches of his career with 226 receiving yards, 35 rushing yards and five touchdowns in a four-game stretch Weeks 5 through 9. Given that he rebounded strong after a slow start to the season, Hardman should be right back in a top-three role at receiver once he's declared healthy, likely taking snaps away from Justin Watson and/or Marquez Valdes-Scantling.
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