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Tagged: Samaje Perine (34 Results)

Dec
8

Bengals RB Mixon logs full practice on Wednesday

Cincinnati Bengals running back JOE MIXON appears to be nearing a return to action, logging his first full practice on Wednesday since suffering a concussion against the Pittsburgh Steelers on NovemberMore 20th. Mixon’s practice status would seem to indicate that he has cleared the concussion protocol and is on track to play in Sunday’s game against the Cleveland Browns. Cincinnati head coach Zac Taylor reiterated that Mixon is the team’s starting running back, but fellow rusher SAMAJE PERINE had filled in nicely over the past three weeks and could warrant additional reps in the backfield moving forward. Less

Source: Cleveland Plain Dealer

Around the NFL: Cincinnati Bengals

It’s looking like it will be Samaje Perine for the Bengals on Sunday. Joe Mixon is still in the concussion protocol, and he hasn’t practiced all week. But expectations should be modest.  more »

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Around the NFL: Bengals running backs

It might already be too late (really bugs me that ESPN runs their waivers overnight Tuesday rather than Wednesday), but make sure Samaje Perine is on a roster. He might need to start for the Bengals this week.   more »

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Nov
21

Bengals RB Mixon suffers concussion, next man up Perine scores 3 touchdowns

Cincinnati Bengals running back JOE MIXON left Sunday’s game against the Pittsburgh Steelers with a concussion, but backup running back SAMAJE PERINE filled in nicely as he scored 3 touchdowns onMore the afternoon. All three of Perine’s touchdowns came on receptions, as quarterback JOE BURROW also had a strong fantasy outing with 4 total touchdown passes against the Steelers. Less

Source: Team Website

Dec
23

Bengals RB Mixon ready to roll

Cincinnati Bengals head coach Zac Taylor said on Wednesday that running back JOE MIXON “is feeling pretty good” ahead of Sunday’s game against the Baltimore Ravens. Mixon suffered an ankle injuryMore last week against the Denver Broncos, giving way to backup running back SAMAJE PERINE. Taylor expects Mixon to practice the rest of the week and play against the Ravens on Sunday. Less

Source: Team Blog

Podcast: December 21 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Moishe Steigmann and Jeff work the waiver wire after (most of) Week 15 of the NFL regular season, then Moishe's Hail Mary in #SUPPLYbyDEMAND is caught ... by which team? Sponsored by Affordable Trophies.  more »

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Podcast: December 2 episode of the Fantasy Index Podcast available now

Ian Allan and Justin Eleff review Week 12 of the NFL regular season and look ahead to tonight's Cowboys-Saints game. Sponsored by RealTime Fantasy Sports (rtsports.com).  more »

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Around the NFL: Bengals running backs

Toward the end of one of the Experts competitions last week, one participant accidentally had Adrian Peterson autodrafted for him. He asked me to switch that to Samaje Perine, which briefly gave me pause; I had to search my memory for where Perine was employed. He's in Cincinnati, and with Giovani Bernard gone, he looks like Joe Mixon's main backup. Not a bad last-round flier.   more »

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Dec
28

Bengals RB Perine scores 2 touchdowns vs. Texans

Cincinnati Bengals running back SAMAJE PERINE rewarded fantasy owners wise enough to have him in their starting lineups against the Houston Texans on Sunday. While most fantasy owners likely had veteran GIOVANI BERNARD in their lineups, it was Perine who led team with over 100 total yards and 2 touchdowns.

Source: Team Blog

Nov
26

Bengals RB Bernard in NFL concussion protocol

Cincinnati Bengals running back GIOVANI BERNARD was a surprise absence from Wednesday’s practice after being placed in the NFL’s concussion protocol. Bernard’s availability for Sunday’s game against the New York GiantsMore is in serious doubt after entering the protocol just a few days before the game. With fellow running back JOE MIXON on injured reserve, the Bengals will likely rely on SAMAJE PERINE and TRAYVEON WILLIAMS if Bernard is also out. Less

Source: Team Blog

Sep
3

Washington offense to run through Guice

Washington head coach Jay Gruden said on Monday that the offense would pretty much go through second year running back DERRIUS GUICE this season. Gruden sees Guice as an every-down back,More and the team released running back SAMAJE PERINE – seemingly supporting the case for Guice as the lead back. Veteran ADRIAN PETERSON remains on the roster and could be in the mix to some degree. Less

Source: Washington Post

Around the NFL: Washington running backs

There’s an article on Washington’s official team website, and it’s got a handful of noteworthy observations about the team’s running backs. It’s one of the league’s more crowded position groups.  more »

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Apr
29

Washington drafts RB Love, adds to crowded backfield corps

Washington raised eyebrows when the team drafted running back BRYCE LOVE in the fourth round of the 2019 NFL Draft. With ADRIAN PETERSON, CHRIS THOMPSON, DERRIUS GUICE, and SAMAJE PERINE allMore on the roster, it would seem like there is little room left for the rookie running back. Although Guice is said to be on track in his recovery from an ACL injury, the selection of Love was a surprise to many. Less

Source: Team Blog

Around the NFL: Washington signing Peterson

I am not a big fan of Adrian Peterson (who is joining Washington). He’s 33 years old, and that’s awfully long in the tooth for a running back. Everyone hits the end of the road.  more »

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Aug
18

Washington loses two more running backs

A week after rookie running back DERRIUS GUICE tore his ACL in the first preseason game, Washington lost two more running backs in the team’s second preseason game. SAMAJE PERINE sufferedMore a twisted ankle but tests were negative and he’s expected to miss only about a week. Backup BYRON MARSHALL also suffered an ankle injury and is expected to miss two to four weeks. ROB KELLEY is likely to get extended playing time due to all of the injuries. Less

Source: NFL.com

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