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Tagged: Chase Edmonds (42 Results)


Bucs sign RB Edmonds to one-year deal

In the wake of LEONARD FOURNETTE’s release, the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have signed running back CHASE EDMONDS to a one-year deal for the veteran minimum of $1.08 million. Edmonds, 26, isMore projected as a backup to second-year speedster RACHAAD WHITE. He joins a running back room expected to feature White, fourth-year reserve KE’SHAWN VAUGHN, and perhaps a draft choice. Less

Source: Tampa Bay Times


Broncos release veteran RB Edmonds in salary cap move

As free agency approaches, the Denver Broncos are creating salary cap space. The team released three players over the weekend, most notably to fantasy owners is veteran running back CHASE EDMONDS.More Edmonds was acquired in early November as part of the trade that send pass-rusher BRADLEY CHUBB to Miami. Unfortunately for Edmonds and his fantasy owners, he logged just 25 carries and 125 rushing yards for the Broncos while also spending time on injured reserve due to a high ankle sprain. Less



Broncos RB Edmonds to miss time with high-ankle sprain

Denver Broncos head coach Nathaniel Hackett said on Monday that running back CHASE EDMONDS will miss significant time due to a high ankle sprain suffered in Sunday’s game against the LasMore Vegas Raiders. With the Broncos having released veteran running back MELVIN GORDON (fumblitis), the team is thin in the backfield with LATAVIUS MURRAY looking like the starting back. Fellow rushers MARLON MACK and DEVINE OZIGBO will likely be in the mix for carries as well. Less

Source: Team Website


Dolphins improve pass rush, shuffle backfield ahead of trade deadline

The Miami Dolphins improved their defense ahead of Tuesday’s trade deadline, acquiring pass rusher BRADLEY CHUBB from the Denver Broncos for a package that includes a 2023 first-round pick. The DolphinsMore also sent running back CHASE EDMONDS to the Broncos, replacing him later in the day by trading for San Francisco 49ers running back JEFF WILSON. Less


Around the NFL: Chase Edmonds

It seemed crazy at the time – the Dolphins signing Chase Edmonds to a two-year contract worth $12 million – and it can officially be categorized as such now. Edmonds has been sent to Denver as a throw-in on the trade involving Bradley Chubb.   more »


Ian Allan: Month-long streaks

Looking over the week-by-week stats, I see eight cases where a team or player has either improved or declined every week. Nothing too notable, but I’ll run them down.  more »


Ask the Experts: Which training camp battle are you most interested in?

ASK THE EXPERTS appears weekly from training camp through the Super Bowl with answers to a new question being posted Thursday morning. How the guest experts responded when we asked them: Which training camp battle are you most interested in?  more »


Around the NFL: Dolphins running backs

There's a story at ESPN suggesting that Dolphins running back Raheem Mostert is iffy for Week 1. This isn't terribly surprising to anyone who's followed Mostert's recent career. From the report it sounds like Mostert possibly had a setback with the knee injury he suffered early last season. It doesn't exactly leave Miami in the lurch, since the team has been signing more running backs than it can possibly roster.  more »



Cardinals sign former KC running back Williams

The Arizona Cardinals signed 26-year-old former Kansas City running back DARREL WILLIAMS earlier this week. Williams is entering his fifth NFL season after setting several career highs last season in KansasMore City. With former running back CHASE EDMONDS now in Miami, Arizona needed a proven pass-catching back to pair with starter JAMES CONNER. Time will tell if Williams is able to build on his career highs from last season with his new team. Less

Source: Arizona Sports Radio


Dolphins RB Mostert expects to play in season opener

Miami Dolphins head coach Mike McDaniel said this week that new running back RAHEEM MOSTERT expects to play in the 2022 season opener. The oft-injured Mostert missed nearly all of theMore 2021 season with a knee injury before signing a one-year contract with the Dolphins this offseason. Even if Mostert is ready for Week #1, he will have to compete with several running backs for playing time – including veterans CHASE EDMONDS and SONY MICHEL. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Around the NFL: Sony Michel

Let me dip back into Sony Michel, whom we discussed some yesterday, because additional information is now available. The terms of the contract have been released, adding meaning to the situation.  more »


Around the NFL: Miami Ground Machine

The Dolphins traded for Tyreek Hill and will pair him with one of last season's breakout rookie receivers, Jaylen Waddle, to pass the ball all over the yard. Or will they? Their new head coach comes over from a San Francisco offense that generally emphasized the run, and they've been signing more running backs than they can possibly roster.  more »


Dynasty Leagues: Changing Dynasty values

With a week of free agency behind us, time to survey the changing values of some of the bigger movers in dynasty leagues. All of these players might not necessarily be better or worse than last year in 2022; these are estimations of whether they'll be up or down over the long haul. Here are 10 that stand out.   more »


Around the NFL: Running backs

The contracts can’t be signed until Wednesday, but free agents are agreeing to deals. The first two big movers at running back are both of the pass-catching variety – Chase Edmonds and J.D. McKissic.   more »



Arizona RB Edmonds has dreaded high-ankle sprain

Arizona running back CHASE EDMONDS reportedly suffered a high-ankle sprain on the Cardinals first play of Sunday’s game against San Francisco and could miss multiple weeks. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury madeMore no mention of injured reserve on Monday, although he did confirm that he did not expect Edmonds to be available for this Sunday’s game against the Carolina Panthers. With Edmonds out against the 49ers, fellow running back JAMES CONNER had a monster game with 3 total touchdowns. Less

Source: Team Website

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