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Bills RB Hines to miss 2023 season with knee injury

Buffalo Bills running back NYHEIM HINES will miss the 2023 season after suffering a significant knee injury in a jet ski accident. Hines was reportedly sitting stationary on a jet skiMore and was struck by another rider, sustaining a serious but non-life-threatening injury. Hines is believed to have suffered an ACL injury in his left knee, with surgery likely to occur shortly. Hines was expected to be a pass-catching option out of the backfield behind fellow running backs JAMES COOK, DAMIEN HARRIS, and LATAVIUS MURRAY. Less



Bills add veteran RB Murray

The Buffalo Bills signed veteran running back LATAVIUS MURRAY to a one-year deal to join the team earlier this week. The 10-year NFL veteran spent last season playing for the BroncosMore and Saints, while making minor contributions to fantasy owners that gave him an occasional starting nod. Murray joins a crowded running back room in Buffalo, along with fellow rushers JAMES COOK, NYHEIM HINES, and DAMIEN HARRIS. Less

Source: Team Website


Bills sign former Patriots RB Harris

The Buffalo Bills signed free agent and former New England running back DAMIEN HARRIS this week, where he will join a backfield room that also includes fellow rushers JAMES COOK andMore NYHEIM HINES. After rushing for 15 touchdowns in 2021, Harris fell behind RHAMONDRE STEVENSON in New England’s backfield last season. Harris said that he expects to take his game to “a new height” in Buffalo. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Bills RB Hines returns 2 kickoffs for touchdowns

On a day that was dedicated to Buffalo Bills safety DAMAR HAMLIN, his teammate made history with NYHEIM HINES becoming the first Bills player to have 2 kickoff return touchdowns inMore the same game. Hines returned the opening kickoff 96 yards for a touchdown and then proceeded to return a third quarter kickoff 101 yards for another touchdown. Hines is the first player since Leon Washington in 2010 to have two kickoff return touchdowns in the same game. Less


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Bills and Colts swap running backs in last-minute deal

The Buffalo Bills and Indianapolis Colts swapped running backs minutes ahead of the NFL trade deadline on Tuesday, with NYHEIM HINES moving to Buffalo and ZACK MOSS heading to Indianapolis. HinesMore was stuck behind JONATHAN TAYLOR with the Colts, but his threat as a pass-catcher could further open-up the Bills’ offense. Meanwhile, Moss gets new life with the Colts after seeing his role in Buffalo diminish after being selected in the third round of the 2020 NFL Draft. Less

Source: Buffalo News

Around the NFL: Nyheim Hines

In what was probably the busiest trading deadline day ever in the NFL, a lot of running backs changed teams. (No, not Cam Akers.) Chase Edmonds to Denver, Jeff Wilson to Miami, and Nyheim Hines from the Colts to the Buffalo Bills. That's the most surprising one.   more »


Factoid: Colts running backs

If you're desperate for a running back to fill out a lineup this week, how about Nyheim Hines? We've talked (argued) about him before, and in general he hasn't been great this season. But he comes off a 5-catch game, and he's facing a defense not great at covering running backs near the goal line.   more »



Colts turn to passing game with RB’s banged up

The Indianapolis Colts were without injured running backs JONATHAN TAYLOR and NYHEIM HINES for the second consecutive game in Sunday’s matchup against the Jacksonville Jaguars. With the backfield limited, the ColtsMore called just 16 runs in the game and turned instead to the passing game. Veteran quarterback MATT RYAN responded with 389 passing yards on 58 attempts with 3 touchdowns while leading the Colts to a victory and delivering on behalf of his fantasy owners. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

NFL Injury Report: Saturday injuries

The Saturday version of the injury report is out, and there are a lot of notable names on it, with Jonathan Taylor and Keenan Allen leading the way.   more »



Colts RB Taylor OUT for Thursday Night Football

The Indianapolis Colts have ruled running back JONATHAN TAYLOR out for tonight’s game against the Denver Broncos. Taylor suffered an ankle injury in last Sunday’s game and was unable to finishMore the contest. While he was hopeful to play tonight, Taylor was unable to practice this week and the short turnaround with the Thursday night game didn’t help his situation. With Taylor out, running backs NYHEIM HINES and PHILLIP LINDSAY (expected to be called up from the practice squad) will likely handle the backfield duties against the Broncos. Less

Source: Team Blog


Colts RB Taylor avoided major injury

Initial reports seem to indicate that Indianapolis Colts running back JONATHAN TAYLOR avoided serious damage following an ankle injury suffered in Sunday’s game against the Tennessee Titans. The injury is reportedlyMore “nothing major” and it is not something that is expected to keep him off the field for an extended period of time. Complicating matters for fantasy owners, however, is the fact that Taylor and the Colts have a quick turnaround with a game this Thursday night against the Denver Broncos. If Taylor can’t play, fellow running back NYHEIM HINES will be in line for an increased role. Less

Source: NBC Sports


Colts release RB Lindsay

In a bit of a surprise move on Tuesday, the Indianapolis Colts released running back PHILLIP LINDSAY to help reduce the roster to the required 53 players. Lindsay was thought toMore be in line to be the backup to the backup (third string) running back in Indianapolis. With Lindsay no longer in town, JONATHAN TAYLOR and NYHEIM HINES will lead the backfield for the Colts. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Nyheim Hines

If you've drafted yet using our cheat sheets, there's a good chance you have Nyheim Hines on our team. We've been fans for a while of the Colts' passing downs back. And I'm an even bigger fan today, after the Colts released Phillip Lindsay.   more »



Colts RB Taylor to sit entire preseason

Indianapolis head coach Frank Reich said that star running back JONATHAN TAYLOR will not play any preseason games heading into the upcoming season. At an injury prone position, the Colts seeMore no benefit to putting Taylor at risk. For fantasy owners hoping to do a thorough evaluation of Colts backup running back NYHEIM HINES, this preseason will provide that opportunity. Less

Source: Indianapolis Star

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