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Oct 2, 2022 5 19 3.8 10 1 7
Sep 25, 2022 3 6 2.0 3 0
Sep 19, 2022 2 7 3.5 4 0 1
Sep 11, 2022 5 20 4.0 7 1 9

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2022 52 3.47 2 4 21
2021 291 4.28 5 1 33 253 1 905.6
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Scores in small role

    Gainwell carried the ball five times for 19 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's win over the Jaguars, adding one catch on two targets for a loss of two yards. Gainwell put the Eagles in front late in the first half with a 10-yard touchdown run, his second of the year. While he's now on pace for a respectable 8.5 touchdowns this season, he still isn't playing a major role in the Eagles offense. Even with Boston Scott out with a rib injury, Gainwell played 22 offensive snaps and received just six touches.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Three touches in Week 3

    Gainwell carried the ball three times for six yards in Sunday's win over the Commanders. Gainwell was back to being the clear second running back this time around, as his 22 snaps were far fewer than Miles Sanders' 41 but far more than Boston Scott's seven. Despite those snaps, though, he again failed to play a significant role in the Eagles offense. Through three games, he's averaging 18.7 total yards on 4.3 touches per game. With the undefeated Eagles likely seeing little reason to shake up their game plan, it probably will take an injury to Sanders to give Gainwell fantasy relevance.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Not used much in Week 2

    Gainwell rushed twice for seven yards and pulled in one of his two targets for an 11-yard reception in Monday's win over the Vikings. Gainwell looked like the clear No. 2 back on the Eagles' depth chart in Week 1, but he wasn't significantly ahead of Boston Scott this time around. He only had a small edge over Scott in snaps (19 to 15), while Scott beat him in touches (five to three). Gainwell didn't help his case by missing a screen pass midway through the fourth quarter, with the ball deflecting off him for a Jordan Hicks interception, something which could potentially tilt things in Scott's favor going forward.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Starts season with score

    Gainwell rushed five times for 20 yards and one touchdown in Sunday's Week 1 win over the Lions, adding 12 more yards while pulling in two of four targets. Gainwell was used as the clear No. 2 back behind Miles Sanders, with Sanders receiving roughly twice as many snaps (40-23) and roughly twice as many touches (15-7). That limits Gainwell's fantasy value for now, though he's set up well to be the primary beneficiary of any future Sanders injury, as he clearly was ahead of Boston Scott, who received 14 snaps and four touches. All three running backs rushed for a touchdown, with Gainwell's extending the Eagles' lead to 17 on the first drive of the second half.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Little room in preseason finale

    Gainwell recorded two rushes for zero yards in Saturday's 48-10 preseason loss to the Dolphins. He added two receptions for eight yards. Gainwell was the first back on the field, though most of Philadelphia's starting skill-position players sat. He wasn't particularly impressive but did show more explosiveness in the team's second preseason game. Gainwell should enter the regular season as the backup to Miles Sanders (hamstring) in the backfield.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Practicing Sunday

    Gainwell (hip) returned to practice Sunday, Chris Franklin of NJ.com reports. Gainwell missed Friday's preseason matchup with the Jets due to a hip issue, but it appears like he avoided a major injury and will look to return to action for Week 2 of the preseason. Fellow running backs Boston Scott (concussion) and Miles Sanders (leg) currently are sidelined, so it's possible Gainwell heads into Sunday's exhibition contest against the Browns as the Eagles' No. 1 option ahead of Jason Huntley, Kennedy Brooks and DeAndre Torrey.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Not expected to play Friday

    Gainwell (hip) isn't slated to play in Friday's preseason contest versus the Jets, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Gainwell was held out of Tuesday's practice due to a hip issue, which seemingly will keep him in street clothes for the Eagles' first exhibition. With Boston Scott currently in the concussion protocol, Miles Sanders, Jason Huntley, Kennedy Brooks and DeAndre Torrey are the team's options out of the backfield Friday.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Dealing with hip issue

    Gainwell is not practicing Tuesday due to a hip injury, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. Gainwell has spent training camp rotating in for first-team snaps and appeared primed for a key role on offense behind starting running back Miles Sanders, but his status for Friday's preseason opener against the Jets now looks uncertain. The severity of the second-year pro's hip injury hasn't yet been disclosed.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Set for meaningful role

    Gainwell will have a role in the Eagles' offense this season, though Miles Sanders remains the team's top running back, Bo Wulf of The Athletic Philadelphia reports. The Eagles have rotated Gainwell, Sanders and Boston Scott through reps with the first-team offense in practice, but head coach Nick Sirianni made it clear that Sanders is still the starter. Gainwell had 68 carries and 33 catches as a rookie, reaching double-digit touches five times.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Gets involved in postseason loss

    Gainwell rushed the ball one time for six yards in Sunday's 31-15 loss to the Buccaneers in the wild-card round. He added five receptions for 49 yards and a touchdown. Gainwell was the most productive running back for Philadelphia on Sunday, thanks in large part to game script. He had only two receptions for three yards in the first half, but he picked up gains of 20 and 16 yards as a receiver in the fourth quarter -- the latter of which went for a touchdown. Besides games when the Eagles' running back depth chart was depleted, Gainwell struggled to receive consistent touches in his rookie season. However, with Jordan Howard hitting unrestricted free agency and Boston Scott a restricted free agent this offseason, Gainwell could step into a bigger role in 2022.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Added work on tap in Week 18

    Gainwell is in line for an increased workload Saturday night against the Cowboys, per Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia, with Miles Sanders (hand) out and Boston Scott (illness) and Jordan Howard (illness) still on the reserve/COVID-19 list. Also in the team's backfield mix versus Dallas will be Jason Huntley, who is up from the practice squad to work in tandem with Gainwell on Saturday. In a game where multiple key Philadelphia players figure to be sidelined or limited, Gainwell has a chance to earn enough Week 18 volume to merit fantasy lineup (or DFS) consideration for those scrambling for a running back option.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Increase in work possible Saturday

    Gainwell could be in line for an elevated workload Saturday against the Cowboys with Miles Sanders (hand) ruled out and Boston Scott (illness) and Jordan Howard (illness) still on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Chris McPherson of the Eagles' official site reports. Fortunately for the Eagles, they have until 4:00 p.m. ET on Saturday to activate Scott and/or Howard. If one or both are unable to do so, Gainwell is the only healthy running back on the active roster and would be poised to take on more snaps and reps out of the backfield Saturday night. The rookie fifth-round pick has averaged 3.8 yards on his 56 carries, gathered in 29 of 43 targets for 244 yards and totaled five touchdowns in 15 appearances. To bolster its depth behind Gainwell, the team may opt to elevate Jason Huntley and/or Kerryon Johnson from the practice squad.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Just one touch in win

    Gainwell took his lone carry for four yards in Sunday's 20-16 win over the Football Team. Gainwell played just eight snaps on offense, even with Miles Sanders out due to a broken hand. It marks the third straight game for the rookie of under 10 offensive snaps played.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Invisible in win

    Gainwell caught his only target for six yards in Sunday's 34-10 win over the Giants. The rookie played just two offensive snaps in the game, even after Miles Sanders (hand) and Jordan Howard (neck) left early. With Sanders already ruled out for Week 17 and Howard questionable, however, Gainwell and Boston Scott should each see more work against Washington.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Sees just 11 snaps in loss

    Gainwell caught three of his four targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 13-7 loss to the Giants. Gainwell didn't get his name in the box score until the second half, nor did his usage increase much after Miles Sanders left with an ankle injury. The rookie never saw a carry in the game, and he played only 11 snaps as most of the work fell to Boston Scott with Sanders out. Nevertheless, if both Sanders and Jordan Howard (knee) end up being unable to go in Week 13, Gainwell would likely see more work behind Scott.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Gainwell (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Saints. Gainwell will be the odd man out with the return of Miles Sanders (ankle) from injured reserve. After Gainwell carved out a solid change-of-pace role in the Eagles offense to begin the campaign, the absence of Sanders for the past three contests didn't result in any increase in the rookie's usage. Instead, more opportunities became available for Jordan Howard and Boston Scott, who performed well enough to move ahead of Gainwell on the depth chart.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Finds end zone on just two touches

    Gainwell rushed twice for three yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-24 loss to the Chargers. Gainwell finished off a drive late in the third quarter to put the Eagles up 17-16. He would not register any other stats in the contest as he once again ran behind Jordan Howard and Boston Scott, who each saw double-digit carries. None of them were targeted in the passing game.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Afterthought in blowout win

    Gainwell rushed 13 times for 27 yards in Sunday's 44-6 win over the Lions. Gainwell looked like a prime candidate to lead the rushing attack with Miles Sanders (ankle) on IR, and the box score would appear to confirm that idea. The rookie had one more carry than Boston Scott and Jordan Howard each did. However, all but one of Gainwell's touches came in the fourth quarter with the Eagles up 38-0, and he wasn't nearly as effective with the rock as the other backs. While the Eagles have a nice matchup against a struggling Chargers run defense in Week 9, Gainwell seems to be third on the depth chart at the moment.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: Finds end zone in loss

    Gainwell carried the ball five times for 20 yards and caught four of eight targets for 41 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 33-22 loss to the Raiders. Miles Sanders left the game late in the first quarter with an ankle injury, and Gainwell split the backfield workload roughly equally with Boston Scott for the rest of the afternoon, with Gainwell's nine touches topping Scott by one. Both backs also found the end zone -- Scott on the ground, Gainwell through the air -- and if Sanders is sidelined for a Week 8 road clash against the Lions, the duo could well operate in a timeshare again.
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  • Eagles' Kenneth Gainwell: No carries in loss

    Gainwell caught one of his two targets for one yard in Thursday's 28-22 loss to the Buccaneers. Gainwell wasn't a part of the running game at all in this one and has seen his carries level out over the last four weeks after garnering 15 over the season's first two games. The rookie has now seen just six totes since Week 2 ended.
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