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Jan 6, 2024 0 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 5 32 6.4 27 0 3
Dec 24, 2023 2 3 1.5 4 0
Dec 16, 2023 17 88 5.2 19 0 8
Dec 10, 2023 3 13 4.3 8 0 1
Player Outlook
Sermon will compete for a role in the Philadelphia backfield this season, but he's not expected to get much work barring injury. Sermon is not worth drafting in the majority of leagues. The Eagles have a crowded backfield with D'Andre Swift, Rashaad Penny, Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott ahead of Sermon on the depth chart. And while Swift and Penny have proven to be injury prone in their careers, it would likely take injuries to both at the same time for Sermon to get any chance at playing time, especially if Gainwell and Scott are healthy. Keep an eye on Sermon's role in training camp, but he's not expected to make much of an impact for Fantasy managers in 2023. In 2022, Sermon finished the season with just two carries for 19 yards and appeared in only two games.

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2023 160 4.57 3 13 130.9
2022 19 9.50 10.5
2021 167 4.07 1 3 26 222.4
3y Avg. 93 4.23 0 2 13 30.5
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Gets back on radar

    Sermon recorded 35 carries for 160 yards over 14 games in 2023, adding three catches for 13 yards on six targets. Sermon had something of a bounce-back season in his third year after suiting up for just two games in his sophomore season in 2022. He was only able to fill a rotational role behind the capable duo of Jonathan Taylor and Zack Moss, but he was efficient while averaging 4.6 yards per tote. Sermon enters the offseason as a free agent, but he's put himself in a position to land on a roster somewhere in the league in 2024.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Won't play versus Houston

    Sermon (coach's decision) is inactive for Saturday's game against the Texans, Raven Moore of the Colts' official site reports. The move comes with Zack Moss (forearm) returning from a two-game absence for the regular-season finale. Sermon saw the field in spells due to both Moss and Jonathan Taylor missing time this season. He'll finish the regular season with 160 rushing yards on 35 carries while adding three catches for 13 yards over 14 games.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Has 32 yards rushing in win

    Sermon had five carries for 32 yards and two receptions for nine yards on two targets in Sunday's win over the Raiders. Sermon played 18 snaps on offense as he got playing time late in the game when Jonathan Taylor was briefly banged up. Sermon looks set to be the primary ball carrier behind Taylor with Zack Moss (forearm) out, while Tyler Goodson works in a pass-catching role among the backup running backs.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Just two carries in loss

    Sermon had two carries for three yards in Sunday's 29-10 loss to Atlanta. Both Goodson and Trey Sermon played 14 snaps on offense in reserve roles behind Jonathan Taylor (thumb), who made his return from a three-game absence while Zack Moss (forearm) sat out Sunday. Goodson, who had one carry and two receptions, drew more opportunities than Sermon, but both were used sparingly with Taylor available again. Sermon looks to be the top runner behind Taylor while Goodson profiles as superior pass-catching options, but both could see their roles on offense disappear entirely if Moss is able to play Week 17 against the Raiders.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Week 16 Waiver Priority List

    The Colts are hopeful Jonathan Taylor (thumb) and Zack Moss (shoulder) can play in Week 16 at Atlanta, but if both are out then Sermon and Tyler Goodson (1 percent rostered) would share the workload for Indianapolis. That's what happened in Week 15 against Pittsburgh with Taylor out and when Moss got hurt. Sermon led the team with 17 carries for 88 yards, and Goodson added 11 carries for 69 yards and two catches for 10 yards on two targets. I'd lean toward Sermon as the one to add, but both Colts running backs are worth monitoring in case Taylor and Moss can't play in Week 16.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Thrust into large role in Week 15

    Sermon racked up 88 yards on 17 carries during Saturday's 30-13 win versus the Steelers. Prior to Week 15, Sermon had just 11 rushes through his first 11 appearances of the campaign, but after Zack Moss (arm) exited early in the second quarter, the former earned the second-highest carry count in a game in his three-year career. Even subtracting his game-high 19-yard scamper, Sermon still averaged 4.3 yards on his 16 other rushes. Also out of the Colts backfield Saturday, the elevated Tyler Goodson totaled 13 touches for 79 yards from scrimmage. The top of Indianapolis' RB depth chart includes question marks for both Jonathan Taylor (thumb) and Moss, but there seems to be a chance for the former to return next weekend. If neither are available, though, Sermon and Goodson likely would be the team's primary runners Sunday, Dec. 24 in Atlanta.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Gets three carries in loss

    Sermon had three carries for 13 yards in Sunday's loss at Cinncinati. Sermon played just three snaps on offense while Tyler Goodson played on six snaps. It's not clear Sermon would be the lead back if both Zack Moss and Jonathan Taylor (thumb) were out.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Plays just one snap on offense

    Sermon played just one snap on offense in Sunday's overtime win at Tennessee. He had a drop on his only target. Sermon entered to the game as the backup to Zack Moss with Jonathan Taylor out with a thumb injury, but he didn't see the field on offense after his drop. Tyler Goodson played three snaps on offense and had two receptions, and he could overtake Sermon as the backup running back during the rest of Taylor's absence as a result.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Sliding up to No. 2 on depth chart

    Sermon is expected to work as the top backup to Zack Moss for the duration of No. 1 running back Jonathan Taylor's absence while Taylor recovers from thumb surgery, James Boyd of The Athletic reports. Taylor sustained the thumb injury in this past Sunday's win over the Buccaneers and appears likely to miss multiple games, potentially even requiring a stint on injured reserve. Sermon previously backed up Moss when Taylor opened the season on PUP list while recovering from ankle surgery, but Sermon hasn't had more than six touches in a game this season. Per Stephen Holder of ESPN.com, head coach Shane Steichen said the Colts don't plan to sign a running back to compete with Sermon, though Steichen also suggested that Moss will see the overwhelming majority of backfield touches, as was the case during Taylor's prior absence.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Plays just three snaps

    Sermon did not have a carry or target in Sunday's win over Tennessee. He played three snaps on offense. It was bit of a surprise that Sermon was on the field on offense with the return of Jonathan Taylor from an ankle injury. He should have a minimal role as long as Taylor and Zack Moss are healthy.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Gets three carries in loss

    Sermon had three carries for seven yards in Sunday's overtime loss to the Rams. Sermon played on 10 of the offense's 64 snaps as the backup to Zack Moss, who played 53 snaps on offense. Sermon may not play any snaps on offense this week if Jonathan Taylor (ankle) is activated from the reserve/PUP list.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Five carries in backup role

    Sermon had five carries for 17 yards and one reception on two targets in Sunday's overtime win at Baltimore. Sermon was the surprise backup to starter Zack Moss, as Deon Jackson was waived Saturday and Jake Funk was limited to just five snaps on special teams. Sermon played 18 snaps on offense. It looks like Sermon again will serve as the backup Week 4 against the Rams and then would move back to a smaller role if Jonathan Taylor (ankle) comes of the reserve/PUP list for Week 5.
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  • Colts' Trey Sermon: Gets promoted

    Sermon was signed off Indianapolis' practice squad to the active roster ahead of Sunday's game at Baltimore, James Boyd of The Athletic reports. The Colts waived Deon Jackson in a corresponding move. Sermon will likely serve as the No. 3 running back on the depth chart behind starter Zack Moss and backup Jake Funk. Sermon may not play any snaps on offense and will likely be used as insurance instead. Sermon may also not be on the active roster long if Jonathan Taylor (ankle) returns from the reserve/PUP list Week 5.
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  • Trey Sermon: Finds new opportunity

    Sermon (knee) signed with the Colts' practice squad Tuesday. Sermon was waived from IR by the Eagles after suffering a knee injury during training camp, but this move signals the Ohio State product is now fully recovered. The 2021 third-round selection has yet to make an impact in the NFL, taking the field just twice last season, but he'll now work to make the most of his new opportunity in Indianapolis.
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  • Trey Sermon: Waived from injured reserve

    The Eagles waived Sermon (knee) Friday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Sermon landed on the Eagles' IR at final cuts ahead of Week 1, but he'll now get a chance to find work elsewhere once he's healthy. The 2021 third-round pick of the 49ers has 43 career carries for 186 yards (4.3 YPC) and one touchdown across 11 games.
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  • Trey Sermon: Waived by Eagles

    The Eagles waived/injured Sermon (undisclosed) on Tuesday, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Sermon reportedly got injured during Philadelphia's final preseason game, in which he posted a 16-30-1 rushing line while fellow RBs D'Andre Swift, Rashaad Penny, Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott all were rested. Sermon can negotiate an injury settlement with the Eagles and then search for a new team if he passes through waivers unclaimed Wednesday morning.
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  • Eagles' Trey Sermon: Dealing with injury

    Sermon (undisclosed) is not practicing Sunday, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. Sermon took on a heavy workload in Thursday's preseason contest, and it's not clear if he picked up the injury during the game or since then. Either way, the third-year running back will work to get healthy so he can return to the practice field, as he likely has more to prove if he's going to make the team's 53-man roster.
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  • Eagles' Trey Sermon: Busy night with third-stringers

    Sermon took 16 carries for 30 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 27-13 preseason loss to Indianapolis, with Zach Berman of The Athletic noting that Sermon is fifth on the depth chart. Sermon also had four catches for 26 yards on six targets in what may have been an audition for other teams. The Eagles didn't play any starters in this one and also held out key backups, with the absentee list including four RBs (D'Andre Swift, Rashaad Penny, Kenneth Gainwell, Boston Scott). Sermon didn't exactly knock it out of the park, but much of that isn't his fault given that the Colts played a lot of starters and the Eagles used none. If nothing else, Sermon is one of the running backs most likely to get claimed next week after teams make roster cuts.
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  • Eagles' Trey Sermon: Barely plays all season

    Sermon finished the season with just two carries for 19 yards and appeared in only two games. Sermon was claimed off waivers by the Eagles shortly before the start of the season, but his new team evidently didn't view the second-year back as anything more than organizational depth. At no point was there even a hint that he'd move higher than fourth on the depth chart, and the Eagles never dressed more than three backs in a game. With Miles Sanders and Kenneth Gainwell suiting up for every game, and Boston Scott missing just a pair, that left very little for Sermon to do.
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  • Eagles' Trey Sermon: Questionable with illness

    Sermon (illness) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game at the Giants. Sermon has not played since Week 5, and his availability for Week 14 is now in jeopardy due to an unspecified illness. With Miles Sanders, Kenneth Gainwell and Boston Scott all healthy, Philadelphia's game plan shouldn't be changed much either way.
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