Ham had two receptions for seven yards on two targets in Thursday's loss at the Rams.
Ham played 20 snaps on offense after 17 snaps last week. He's carving out a regular small role on offense, but may only get a few touches a week as he's mostly being used as a blocker.
Ham had five receptions for 47 yards on six targets in Sunday's loss to Buffalo.
Ham played 17 snaps and had nearly as many targets in one game as he did all of last season (eight). However, Ham was likely just getting playing time amid a blowout loss, and he should have a minimal role, outside of blocking, in the offense next week.
However, Ham may not get many carries as he had just seven rushing attempts for 13 yards and one score to go along with seven receptions for 68 yards through 16 games in 2017. He'll mostly be used as a blocker in short-yardage situations.
Ham recorded seven rushing attempts for 13 yards and one score to go along with seven receptions for 68 yards through 16 games in 2017.
Ham switched from running back to fullback in the offseason after spending the 2016 season on the practice squad. While he wasn't utilized consistently on offense, he still managed to record 204 offensive snaps on the season and adding an additional 290 snaps on special teams. Under contract through 2019, look for Ham to retain his role as fullback in 2018.
Ham (neck) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.
Ham suffered a neck stinger in Week 17 against the Bears, but the injury didn't prove to be anything severe. Barring some sort of setback, he's fully expected to suit up for Sunday's playoff game against the Saints.
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