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Tagged: Damien Williams (12 Results)

Mar
11

Kansas City adds veteran running back

Kansas City signed running back CARLOS HYDE, just one day after he was released by the Jacksonville Jaguars. DAMIEN WILLIAMS enters the season as Kansas City’s starting running back, but theMore 28-year-old Hyde should be a good, veteran complement. Backups CHARCANDRICK WEST and SPENCER WARE will be free agents when the new league year opens on Wednesday. Less

Source: Kansas City Star

Mailbag: January 25, 2019

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this edition: Will Damien Williams put up top-10 fantasy numbers in 2019? Is Green Bay's running game about to get a lot better? Changes to the Fantasy Index Blackout game. And mulling the right scoring and lineup rules. more »

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Around the NFL: Weather looking up in Kansas City

Working on the AFC Championship game preview earlier this week, I looked at the long-range forecast for Kansas City. It indicated single-digit temperatures at gametime, so I had concerns of a potential Ice Bowl-type of game situation, which would make things tougher on the offenses. But the current forecast doesn't look as bad.   more »

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Mailbag: January 4, 2019

Is Rob Gronkowski finished? Backup running backs putting up big-time numbers. The value of snap counts. Is Damien Williams "ordinary"? And more. more »

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Dec
27

Ware participates in full practice

Kansas City running back SPENCER WARE participated fully in practice on Wednesday as he recovers from a hamstring injury that has kept him out of the team’s last two games. DAMIENMore WILLIAMS has filled in nicely in Ware’s absence and would likely start again if Ware is not ready for Sunday’s season finale against the Oakland Raiders. Less

Source: Team Blog

Podcast: December 13 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff look back on Week 14 of the regular season and preview tonight's AFC West showdown. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports (rtsports.com).  more »

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Aug
23

Kansas City releases RB West

Kansas City released running back CHARCANDRICK WEST in a surprise move on Tuesday. West missed 11 days of training camp and the team appears ready to move forward with KAREEM HUNT, SPENCER WARE, and newcomer DAMIEN WILLIAMS.

Source: Kansas City Star

Apr
16

Kansas City adds another RB to crowded backfield

Kansas City will add former Arizona running back KERWYNN WILLIAMS to a crowded backfield. The team also has running backs KAREEM HUNT, AKEEM HUNT, CHARCANDRICK WEST, SPENCER WARE, and DAMIEN WILLIAMSMore on the current roster. It’s hard to imagine the newest Williams in Kansas City having much of a fantasy impact given the current situation. Less

Source: NBC Sports

Dec
2

RB Williams, QB Moore out for Dolphins

Miami running back DAMIEN WILLIAMS will miss Sunday’s game against the Denver Broncos due to a shoulder injury. In his place, KENYAN DRAKE is expected to lead the way in theMore backfield. Backup quarterback MATT MOORE is also out with a foot injury, among other things. With Moore out, DAVID FALES will hold the clipboard for JAY CUTLER against the Broncos. Less

Source: Sun-Sentinel

Podcast: November 7 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Justin Eleff marvels at the touchdowns scored by Damien Williams and Tyreek Hill in Week 9, then goes looking for other Williams and Hill types on the waiver wire. Sponsored by RotoWire.  more »

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Mailbag: November 3, 2017

Ian Allan answers your fantasy football questions. In this addition. What to make of the new running backs in Miami. Are quarterback slides dangerous? What are realistic expectations for Josh Gordon? And what are the Broncos doing with Devontae Booker? more »

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Nov
3

Dolphins to feature committee backfield

With running back JAY AJAYI no longer in Miami, the Dolphins plan to feature a committee backfield for the remainder of the season. Offensive coordinator Clyde Christensen expects both DAMIEN WILLIAMSMore and KENYAN DRAKE to lead the way, with neither expected to carry a load as substantial as Ajayi did previously. Less

Source: Miami Herald

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