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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Relegated to special teams

    Evans didn't log a single offensive snap in the Bengals' 23-20 overtime loss to the Steelers on Sunday. All 21 of Evans' snaps came on special teams, an indication that he's clearly behind Samaje Perine (23 offensive snaps) as Joe Mixon's backup.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Struggles in run game continue

    Evans rushed five times for 10 yards and caught both of his targets for nine yards in Saturday's 16-7 preseason win over the Rams. Evans started once again with Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine continuing to sit, but the second-year running back struggled once again on the ground. Evans finishes the preseason with just 10 rushing yards on 18 attempts, so his contributions in the regular season will likely be limited to special teams and passing situations on offense.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Stuck in mud in run game

    Evans rushed five times for three yards and caught all three of his targets for seven yards in Sunday's 25-22 preseason loss to the Giants. He also had a 73-yard kickoff return. Evans got the start at running back with Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine both taking the night off, but the second-year pro out of Michigan didn't make much of an impact offensively. With a total of zero rushing yards on 13 attempts, Evans isn't making much of a case to supplant Perine as Mixon's primary backup, but Evans' ability to contribute on special teams makes him a lock for the Bengals' roster. Evans showed off his return skills on his lone attempt in this one, setting up a second quarter Evan McPherson field goal by getting the ball all the way down to the Giants' 24-yard line.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Poor effort Friday

    Evans carried the ball eight times for minus-three yards and caught his only target for nine yards in Friday's preseason game against the Cardinals. Getting the start in the backfield with both Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine held out, Evans had an absolutely awful showing as a lead back. The second-year player out of Michigan averaged 4.5 yards per carry as a rookie while flashing some receiving skills, but performances like this could make it tough for Evans to even hang onto the No. 3 spot on the depth chart ahead of Trayveon Williams.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Returns kicks

    Evans had only one carry for nine yards in Saturday's playoff win over the Raiders, but he also had 103 kick-return yards. Evans showed some of his offensive versatility in Week 18 against the Browns, but with Joe Mixon back in the driver's seat, Evans' biggest impact is on special teams.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Records receiving TD in finale

    Evans rushed seven times for 35 yards and brought in four of five targets for 24 yards in the Bengals' 21-16 loss to the Browns on Sunday. The rookie checked in second in carries to Trayveon Williams with Joe Mixon (reserve/COVID-19) unavailable and Samaje Perine active but not logging any touches. Evans was able to record his second NFL touchdown in the same manner -- through the air -- as his first back in Week 6 when he recorded a four-yard scoring grab with 2:26 remaining in the contest. Despite the uptick in activity Sunday, Evans will almost certainly revert back to a healthy scratch or special-teams work when the postseason begins for the Bengals with a wild-card matchup against a to-be-determined opponent Saturday afternoon.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Barely active

    Evans played only two offensive snaps and didn't touch the ball in Sunday's 34-31 win over the Chiefs. It was a tight game all along, so the Bengals mostly relied on Joe Mixon with occasional appearances from Samaje Perine. Evans could be a lot more involved in the regular season finale at Cleveland next week.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Logs three snaps

    Evans was on the field for only three offensive snaps in the Bengals' romp over the Ravens in Week 16. Joe Mixon's ankle held up just fine, so Evans wasn't really pressed into duty. Unless this week's game against the Chiefs gets out of hand one way or another, it'll take a Mixon injury to get Evans involved in the mix.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Logs six offensive snaps in win

    Evans failed to record a single carry in Sunday's 15-10 win over the Broncos. Evans played on just six of the Bengals' 53 offensive snaps Sunday and did not receive a single carry or target while on the field. This was the rookie's first game back after a two-game absence due to an ankle injury. As the team's No. 3 running back, Evans is typically a nonfactor with both Joe Mixon and Samaje Perine healthy. At the end of the game against the Broncos, however, Mixon suffered an ankle injury that doesn't appear to be too serious. In the event that Mixon is forced to miss time, Evans would likely serve in a chance-of-pace role behind Perine. Even so, the 24-year-old is not an inspiring option for fantasy. The Bengals are set to take on the Ravens in Week 16.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Making return in Week 15

    Evans (ankle) practiced fully Friday and doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game in Denver. Evans has been cleared for his first game action since Week 12. He and Samaje Perine are expected to split change-of-pace duties behind Joe Mixon in what's now a fully healthy Bengals backfield.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Missing second consecutive game

    Evans (ankle) won't play in Sunday's game against the 49ers, Kelsey Conway of The Cincinnati Enquirer reports. Evans will remain sidelined for a second consecutive game due to this injury. Samaje Perine will back up Joe Mixon and could see more work than usual with Mixon listed as questionable due to an illness.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Misses practice

    Evans (ankle) was listed as a non-participant in practice Wednesday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports. Evans missed last week's matchup against the Chargers with an ankle injury. The running back has been used sparingly on offense (52 snaps in 11 games) this season, instead contributing a bit more on special teams (94 plays). Trayveon Williams should once again fill in as the Bengals' third option at running back behind Joe Mixon (illness) and Samaje Perine if Evans is unavailable this coming Sunday versus the 49ers.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Won't play against Chargers

    Evans (ankle) is inactive Week 13 against the Chargers, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports. Evans has been utilized more on special teams than he has in the backfield throughout the season, so his absence won't have major implications on the offensive game plan. Trayveon Williams was signed to the active roster this week and will likely end up taking on a role similar to Evans.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Doubtful for Week 13

    Evans (ankle) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Bengals team reporter Marisa Contipelli reports. With Evans expected to sit out, Samaje Perine will work as the lone backup to Joe Mixon against the porous Chargers run defense. If Evans can't play Sunday, his next opportunity to take the field would come in Week 14 against the 49ers.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Evans (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Jay Morrison of The Athletic reports. It was revealed earlier in the week that Evans will likely be questionable Sunday against the Chargers due to this injury, so his absence isn't surprising. When healthy, the rookie receiving back splits the scraps leftover behind workhorse Joe Mixon with Samaje Perine, so Evans likely won't see enough usage to capitalize on facing the porous Charger run defense.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Dealing with ankle problem

    Evans is dealing with an ankle injury and should be considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers, Marisa Contipelli of the Bengals' official site reports. Evans won't have much of a role with Joe Mixon being fully healthy, and the best example of this is the fact that he has racked up just nine carries all season long, tallying 41 yards. This ankle issue hurts his upside even more, though, and if he can't recover in time for Sunday's matchup, Samaje Perine might see a bit more work as Mixon's lone backup.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Light role in return

    Evans (hamstring) played three of the Bengals' 70 offensive snaps and hauled in his lone target for an 11-yard gain in Sunday's 41-16 loss to the Browns. While he battled a hamstring injury, Evans was limited strictly to special-teams duty Week 7 against the Ravens before the Bengals opted to keep him inactive Week 8 against the Jets. Evans was listed as questionable heading into Sunday's contest, but the coaching staff felt comfortable enough with his health to keep him active and give him a role on offense, albeit a minor one. The rookie sixth-round pick appeared to make a push for more passing-down work in mid-October, but his hamstring injury coupled with Samaje Perine's return from the reserve/COVID-19 list and Joe Mixon's improved health, has Evans trending down heading into the Bengals' Week 10 bye.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Questionable for Week 9

    Evans (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Browns, Geoff Hobson of the Bengals' official site reports. Evans missed last week's game, but coach Zac Taylor sounded optimistic that the rookie sixth-round pick will be able to return for this clash of AFC North rivals, per Hobson. If he suits up, Evans -- who has been limited in practice throughout the week -- will likely return to a change-of-pace backfield role behind top back Joe Mixon that utilizes his pass-catching ability.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Remains sidelined Friday

    Evans (hamstring) didn't practice again Friday, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. As a result, Evans is in line to be ruled out for Sunday's game against the Jets once the Bengals release their final Week 8 injury report, per Kelsey Conway of The Cincinnati Enquirer. Though active in Week 7, Evans didn't log any snaps on offense, while Samaje Perine worked in tandem with top back Joe Mixon.
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  • Bengals' Chris Evans: Unable to practice Thursday

    Evans (hamstring) didn't participate in Thursday's practice, Ben Baby of ESPN.com reports. Evans played exclusively on special teams in Week 7 due to his hamstring injury, and he's been held out of practice for two consecutive days. If he hopes to suit up Sunday against the Jets, he'll presumably have to practice in some capacity Friday.
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