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Until Gore receives meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to their rosters.

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Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 26 8.67 20.3
2022 0.00
3y Avg. 94 5.22 1 3 35 91.5
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  • Commanders' Derrick Gore: Gets three touches over six games

    Gore played six games for the Commanders in 2023 and took three carries for 23 yards. Gore spent much of the season on the practice squad and got a few chances to work as Washington's No. 3 RB. He ended up playing 24 snaps on offense and 88 on special teams, and he'll try to find a similar depth role somewhere in the NFL for his age-29/30 season in 2024.
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  • Commanders' Derrick Gore: Joins active roster

    The Commanders signed Gore to their active roster Friday, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Washington likely signed Gore to ensure depth at running back with Brian Robinson (hamstring) in line to miss his second consecutive game Sunday. Gore is expected to serve as the Commanders' No. 3 RB in Week 16 behind both Antonio Gibson and Chris Rodriguez.
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  • Derrick Gore: Reverts to practice squad

    Gore reverted to the Commanders' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. The running back played on three of 81 offensive snaps Sunday against the Giants, carrying the ball twice for 23 yards, with all the production coming on a single carry. With Antonio Gibson out due to a toe injury, Gore's snap count finished behind Brian Robinson's 63 and Chris Rodriguez's 16. Gore also played a snap on special teams.
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  • Commanders' Derrick Gore: Works as No. 3 RB

    Gore took two carries for 23 yards in a 31-19 loss to the Giants on Sunday. Gore played just three snaps on offense and one on special teams in his third-ever appearance for the Commanders. He's either been third or fourth on the depth chart for most of the year and only got snaps on offense Week 11 because Antonio Gibson (toe) was inactive. Brian Robinson played 78 percent of snaps for Washington and took 24 touches for 131 yards.
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  • Commanders' Derrick Gore: Elevated from practice squad

    The Commanders elevated Gore from their practice squad Saturday. Gore's elevation likely means that Antonio Gibson, who entered the weekend listed as doubtful due to a toe injury, won't suit up. This is the third time Gore has been elevated this season, and he tallied 13 offensive snaps without getting a touch or a target over Weeks 4 and 5. He'll likely work in a limited role behind fellow tailbacks Brian Robinson and Chris Rodriguez against the Giants on Sunday.
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  • Derrick Gore: Could suit up Sunday

    Coach Ron Rivera said Friday that Gore would be elevated from Washington's practice squad to its active roster for Week 11 in the event that Antonio Gibson (toe) is out, Zach Selby of the Commanders' official site reports. Gibson is officially listed as doubtful, which likely means Gore is close to probable to be available versus the Giants. In two games so far this season, he has not recorded a touch.
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  • Commanders' Derrick Gore: Will be available vs. Chicago

    Washington elevated Gore from its practice squad to the active roster ahead of Thursday's game versus the Bears. Gore played six offensive snaps for the Commanders in Week 4, and with rookie Chris Rodriguez (illness) out again, Gore will get another chance to serve as the third option at running back. He didn't get any touches Sunday at Philadelphia, and he hasn't carried the ball during the regular season since 2021.
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  • Derrick Gore: Back to practice squad

    Gore reverted to the Commanders' practice squad Monday. Gore was called up with Chris Rodriguez (illness) ruled out before Sunday's game against the Eagles. Gore played 25 snaps -- six offensive and 19 on special teams -- and had one assisted tackle on punt coverage
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  • Commanders' Derrick Gore: Promoted to active roster

    The Commanders elevated Gore to the active roster Saturday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. The move corresponds with running back Chris Rodriguez (illness) ruled out for Sunday's contest against the Eagles. If Gore is active, he should fill in as the RB3 behind Brian Robinson and Antonio Gibson
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  • Derrick Gore: Gets cut loose

    Gore was waived by the Commanders on Tuesday, John Keim of reports. Gore joined the squad in July after a stint with the Saints. Best known for his run with the Chiefs in 2021, the UL Monroe product is a strong candidate to be brought back to Washington's practice squad, according to Keim.
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  • Commanders' Derrick Gore: Finds new home

    Gore signed with the Commanders on Monday. Gore was waived by the Saints in May after spending part of the season on their practice squad in 2022. The 28-year-old only saw game action in 2021, when he took 51 carries for 256 yards and two touchdowns with Kansas City. He'll work to earn a depth role in Washington's backfield, presumably behind Brian Robinson and Antonio Gibson.
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  • Derrick Gore: Waived by New Orleans

    Gore was waived by the Saints on Tuesday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Gore signed a reserve/future contract with New Orleans back in January, but he didn't make it to OTAs. The 28-year-old spent most of last season on the Saints' practice squad, and he has not played in an NFL game since 2021, when he rushed for 256 yards and two touchdowns on 51 carries.
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  • Derrick Gore: Sticking with NOLA

    The Saints re-signed Gore to the practice squad Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of reports. Gore initially signed with New Orleans' practice squad last Wednesday before being cut by the team Tuesday. While the 27-year-old running back was not elevated during the team's Week 10 loss to the Steelers, he'll land back on the team's practice squad along with fellow veteran David Johnson, who was also signed Wednesday. With No. 2 running back Mark Ingram (knee) expected to remain out at least one more week and Dwayne Washington apparently relegated to a special-teams role, Gore and Johnson could jockey for a spot on the team's game-day roster during Sunday's game against the Rams.
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  • Derrick Gore: Time up in New Orleans

    The Saints cut Gore from their practice squad Tuesday, Aaron Wilson of reports. The Saints signed Gore to their practice squad last Wednesday, but he's since been let go as a result of Tuesday's transaction. The 27-year-old was waived by the Chiefs with an injury settlement in late August after injuring his thumb in a preseason game, but he'll now search elsewhere to continue his playing career.
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  • Chiefs' Derrick Gore: Placed on IR

    The Chiefs placed Gore (thumb) on injured reserve Tuesday, Pete Sweeney of reports. Gore presumably picked up the thumb injury during Saturday's preseason game, but the specifics of the issue remain unclear. Barring an injury settlement, Gore will miss the remainder of the 2022 campaign. Gore was never supposed to garner a major role in Kansas City's backfield, but his absence could make it easier for Ronald Jones to make the initial 53-man roster.
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  • Chiefs' Derrick Gore: Signs exclusive rights tender

    Gore officially signed his exclusive rights contract tender Thursday, which will keep him with the Chiefs this season, Aaron Wilson of reports. Gore should provide depth behind fellow Kansas City running backs Clyde Edwards-Helaire and newly-acquired Ronald Jones. The 27-year-old Gore saw the first regular-season action of his NFL career in 2021, registering 51 carries for 256 yards and two touchdowns along with 21 receptions for 80 yards in 11 contests, with Edwards-Helaire in and out of the lineup throughout last season.
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  • Chiefs' Derrick Gore: Inactive Sunday

    Gore is inactive for Sunday's AFC Championship Game against the Bengals. With Darrel Williams (toe) active, Gore is the odd man out in Kansas City's backfield Sunday. Also in the mix on that front are Jerick McKinnon and Clyde Edwards-Helaire, who shared work in last weekend's divisional-round win over Buffalo.
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  • Chiefs' Derrick Gore: Splits lead role

    Gore recorded seven carries for 30 yards in Saturday's 28-24 win over Denver. Gore tied for the team lead with seven carries after Darrel Williams (toe) was forced out of the game early. In Williams' absence, Gore took over as the lead back on the ground, though his longest rush of the day went for only six yards. Meanwhile, Jerick McKinnon served as the change-of-pace back, tallying five carries and three receptions while also working more efficiently than Gore. Should Williams and Clyde Edwards-Helaire (shoulder) be sidelined for any part of Kansas City's playoff run, Gore would likely continue to get the majority of the work on the ground with McKinnon serving as the pass catcher out of the backfield.
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  • Chiefs' Derrick Gore: Productive off bench

    Gore ran for 43 yards on 12 carries and caught three passes for 61 yards on three targets against Pittsburgh on Sunday. Gore saw more usage than usual due to starter Clyde Edwards-Helaire suffering a collarbone/shoulder injury, and it wasn't immediately clear after the game how severe that injury might be. If Edwards-Helaire misses time then Gore would compete with Darrel Williams for the remaining usage, with Williams likely the favorite to get the first shot. Even if Gore is technically behind Williams, though, a workload split between the two could be necessary if Edwards-Helaire can't play against the Bengals in Week 17.
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  • Chiefs' Derrick Gore: Absent from offense in Week 15

    Gore didn't log an offensive snap in Thursday's game against the Chargers. Gore's workload had fluctuated in recent weeks, but he wasn't part of the offensive game plan in any capacity Thursday with both Clyde Edwards-Helaire and Darrel Williams available. It's unlikely that will change much moving forward as long as the pair are both available.
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