Inman caught a 15-yard pass on his lone target in Thursday's 41-16 win over the Cowboys.
Inman returned on Thanksgiving Day after sitting out three games with a hamstring injury. The Football Team apparently decided to ease him into action, as he played a season-low 11 snaps on offense, ranking fifth among the team's wide receivers. There wasn't much upside to go around anyway, as Alex Smith recorded just 149 passing yards. Inman will aim to be more of a factor next week against the Steelers.
Inman (hamstring) was a full participant in Tuesday's practice, Kyle Stackpole of Washington's official site reports.
After taking every rep in practice for the first time since Nov. 4, Inman tentatively looks on track to put an end to a three-game inactive streak this week. Assuming Inman is cleared to play Thanksgiving Day against the Cowboys, he may have to settle for more of a part-time role in Washington's receiver rotation in light of the emergence of Cam Sims. In the three games Inman has missed, Sims has hauled in nine of 11 targets for 184 yards.
Inman (hamstring) was listed as a limited participant on Monday's practice estimate, Clarence E. Hill Jr. of the Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Inman logged a full practice last Friday but ultimately was inactive for Sunday's win over the Bengals. As a result, it's tough to get a grasp on how well Inman has recovered from the hamstring injury that has sidelined him for three games already. No wide receiver has been able to establish himself as the No. 2 behind Terry McLaurin (ankle) this year, so Inman will have an opportunity to do so if he's able to play Thursday against a banged-up Cowboys secondary.
Inman (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bengals, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Though Inman concluded the week as a full practice participant, Washington apparently wants to see the receiver log some more on-field work before clearing him for game action. He'll be sidelined for a third straight game Sunday, paving the way for both Cam Sims and Steven Sims to handle regular roles in three-receiver sets alongside top target Terry McLaurin.
Inman (hamstring), who is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, isn't expected to play, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Inman's status won't be locked in until Washington releases its inactive list approximately 90 minutes prior to the 1 p.m. ET kickoff, but the 31-year-old looks poised to miss his third straight game. His continued absence should continue to open up a regular spot for Cam Sims in three-wide sets alongside Terry McLaurin and Steven Sims.
Inman (hamstring) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bengals, after he returned to practice Friday as a full participant, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.
Inman jumped straight from non-participant to full participant on Washington's official practice report, but John Keim of ESPN.com reports that the veteran wideout did some position drills Thursday. It isn't clear Inman will have a starting job or even a major role if he suits up for the first time since Week 7, as the team now has Cam Sims and Steven Sims contributing to its offense behind Terry McLaurin.
Inman (hamstring) was listed as a non-participant on Thursday's practice report, Kyle Stackpole of Washington's official site reports.
Inman has been sidelined for two games due to a hamstring injury, but the wide receiver seemed to take an appreciable step in his recovery Thursday, According to John Keim of ESPN.com, Inman participated in some drills with his fellow wide receivers. Still, Inman was given a DNP next to his name, so there's no telling whether he's drawing closer to a return.
Inman (hamstring) didn't take part in Wednesday's walk-through practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
Prior to sitting out a Week 9 loss to the Giants, Inman didn't practice in the final two sessions. Meanwhile, he followed up no reps last Wednesday with back-to-back limited showings before he was ruled out for Week 10. Consequently, there's no real sense of when Inman may be able to return to action. He may have to progress to full activity by week's end in order to suit up Sunday against the Bengals.
Inman (hamstring) will not play Sunday in Detroit, Kyle Stackpole of Washington's official site reports.
Cam Sims filled in for Inman the past two weeks, catching four of five targets for 132 yards while playing 88 and 74 percent of snaps on offense. It's possible Sims keeps the job even after Inman recovers from his hamstring injury, as the 24-year-old's eight targets have produced more yardage (171) than the 31-year-old's 27 targets (148) this season.
Inman (hamstring) was limited at Thursday's practice, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.
Making his presence felt on the practice field for the first time since Week 7 prep, Inman is putting himself into a position to play for the first time since then as he recovers from a hamstring injury. Ultimately, Friday's practice report will give a sense of his ability to suit up Sunday in Detroit.
Inman (hamstring) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.
Despite having a Week 8 bye to heal, Inman didn't practice at all last week before being deemed inactive ahead of Washington's loss to the Giants. Now that he's remained a non-participant to begin Week 10, he may not be a candidate to play for Washington until he makes an appearance on the practice field. On top of that, with Steven Sims back in the lineup, Washington may take its time with Inman before clearing him for action.
Inman (hamstring) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Giants.
Inman played a season-low 20 offensive snaps Oct. 25 against Dallas, and he was a non-participant throughout the practice week heading into Sunday afternoon's matchup versus New York. Steven Sims, who was just activated off injured reserve, fits in as Washington's No. 2 wide receiver option behind Terry McLaurin now that it's confirmed Inman will be unable to go against the Giants.
Inman (hamstring) is doubtful for Sunday's game against the Giants, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Held out of practice throughout the week, Inman doesn't appear to have much chance of playing Sunday. Meanwhile, Washington hopes to get Steven Sims (foot) back from injured reserve, though his activation hasn't yet been confirmed. If Sims and Inman both are sidelined, the team could look to Cam Sims alongside Terry McLaurin and Isaiah Wright in three-wide formations. Per usual, McLaurin is the only reliable fantasy option of the bunch.
Inman (hamstring) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Inman previously has had his practice reps managed this season due to wrist and foot injuries, so his absence Thursday may be maintenance-related. Still, his status should be watched to see if a DNP is possible Sunday against the Giants. Steven Sims (toe) is inching toward a return to action, and if he's activated from IR before Washington's upcoming game, Inman will be pushed down the depth chart.
Inman wasn't targeted in Sunday's 25-3 win over the Cowboys.
Inman played 20 of 69 offensive snaps (29 percent), but he still ranked third among Washington's wide receivers in snap share behind Terry McLaurin and Cam Sims. Getting jumped by Sims is noteworthy because he started the 2020 season on Washington's practice squad, but Sims didn't do much with his opportunities, either, catching just one pass for 22 yards. Washington has a bye week coming up and will return to action Week 9 against the Giants.
Inman caught each of his five targets for 45 yards in Sunday's 20-19 loss to the Giants.
The 31-year-old has drawn exactly five targets in four of six games this year, with his 45 yards from Sunday representing a season high. The team might eventually give more work to younger players, but Inman likely will retain his top-three role for at least Week 7 against the Cowboys. A Week 8 bye could be a logical time for Washington to kick off a youth movement, though the current state of the NFC East means the team will be right in the hunt if it can upset Dallas next Sunday.
Inman caught his lone target for a loss of two yards in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Rams.
It was a rough day for the Washington offense, with Kyle Allen (arm) and Alex Smith combining for 41 sack yards and only 111 passing yards. Inman lost his four-game streak with five or more targets, though he never reached 40 yards anyway during that stretch. He does get a better matchup Week 5, facing the Giants at the Meadowlands.
Inman (foot) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game against the Rams, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
The same goes for Terry McLaurin (thigh), whereas Steven Sims (toe) has been placed on injured reserve. Inman took on season-high 80 percent snap share with Sims inactive last week, catching four of five targets for 29 yards in a 31-17 loss to Baltimore. Inman has seen either five or six targets each week this season, scoring a pair of touchdowns (both in Week 3) despite producing only 5.0 YPT. It's possible his efficiency stats improve with Kyle Allen replacing Dwayne Haskins under center, though Allen was a turnover machine for the Panthers last season.
Inman (foot) was limited at practice Thursday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
After failing to practice Wednesday, Inman is taking a step in the right direction. Washington's top WR Terry McLaurin (thigh) also did the same, while Steven Sims (toe) remained sidelined. Inman has consistently received 5-to-6 targets per game this season, but production has been lacking, with 11 catches (on 21 targets) for 105 yards. Still, two of those receptions went for touchdowns.
Inman didn't practice Wednesday due to a foot injury, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.
Inman joined Terry McLaurin (thigh) and Steven Sims (toe) as non-participants as Washington kicked off Week 5 prep. On the season, Inman has logged at least 50 percent of the offensive snaps in each of the team's four games, but aside from a two-touchdown performance Week 3, he hasn't surpassed 40 receiving yards in any contest.
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|2||Sun 09/20||@ ARI||L 15-30||2||17||8.5||14||0|
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