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Chase Edmonds Fantasy Profile

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Chase Edmonds
2018: Rd 4, Pk 134
Injured Reserve
Arizona Cardinals DEPTH CHART
Kyler Murray
Colt McCoy
Trace McSorley
James Conner
Eno Benjamin
Chase Edmonds
DeAndre Hopkins
Rondale Moore
Greg Dortch
A.J. Green
Andy Isabella
Andre Baccellia
Christian Kirk
Antoine Wesley
Zach Ertz
Darrell Daniels
Demetrius Harris
Matt Prater
Latest News
Dec 1st · 08:07 PM
Chase Edmonds Not Expected Back Until Dec. 13

Arizona Cardinals head coach Kliff Kingsbury said that running back Chase Edmonds (ankle) won't return from Injured Reserve until the Monday night game on Dec. 13 against the Los Angeles Rams. Edmonds suffered a high ankle sprain in Week 9 and is on Injured Reserve. Expect to see the 25-year-old return to practice in some capacity next week before the Cardinals consider activating him from IR. James Conner, who is second in the league in touchdowns with 12, will remain the team's lead back with Edmonds out, but he remained productive in fantasy even with Edmonds in the fold because of his nose for the end zone. Edmonds will likely be a risky fantasy play in his first game back after the long layoff.

Nov 13th · 08:18 PM
Arizona Places Chase Edmonds On Injured Reserve

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (ankle) has landed on injured reserve due to his high ankle sprain, per Tom Pelissero of the NFL Network. Edmonds was limited to just one carry last week with the injury, but he will now be out of the backfield mix until Week 14 against the Rams at the earliest. Through nine games this season, Edmonds has logged 76 carries for 430 rushing yards and one touchdown, adding 30 catches for 211 receiving yards. Without the 25-year-old, James Connor stands to see an elevated role and likely shifts into permanent RB1 territory for the entirety of Edmonds' absence. Eno Benjamin figures to see his share of carries as well, although he likely remains outside the season-long fantasy picture for the time being.

Nov 8th · 06:59 PM
Chase Edmonds Has High Ankle Sprain, Will Miss 3-4 Games

An MRI exam on Monday confirmed a high ankle sprain for Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds. He is likely to land on Injured Reserve and is expected to miss three or four games. Edmonds was injured on the first play of the game in the Week 9 win over the San Francisco 49ers. These types of injuries generally keep players out anywhere from four to six weeks, so expect a significant absence for Edmonds. James Conner, who leads the NFL with 11 total touchdowns (10 rushing), has basically vaulted into RB1 territory with Edmonds out of the picture in this high-scoring Cardinals attack. Eno Benjamin saw nine carries and gained 39 yards and a touchdown on the ground with Edmonds out and will be worth a flier in deeper leagues for RB depth.

Nov 8th · 03:23 PM
Cardinals Fear Chase Edmonds Suffered A High-Ankle Sprain

The Arizona Cardinals fear running back Chase Edmonds suffered a high-ankle sprain in Sunday's 31-17 win over the San Francisco 49ers. He rushed for three yards on one carry before exiting after injuring his ankle on the first play. The 25-year-old will undergo an MRI on Monday to determine the severity of his injury. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, if Edmonds sustained a high-ankle sprain, he could be placed on injured reserve and could be sidelined for 4-to-6 weeks. The Fordham product has rushed 430 on 76 carries and a touchdown while catching 53 passes for 402 yards and four scores over nine games. James Conner would see an expanded role and lead the Cardinals backfield while Edmonds is sidelined. Stay tuned for further updates.

Nov 7th · 10:04 PM
Chase Edmonds Questionable To Return Against Niners

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (ankle) is questionable to return to the Week 9 game against the San Francisco 49ers after suffering an ankle injury in the first quarter. Edmonds was seen limping to the locker room. If he is unable to return, Eno Benjamin could pick up some of Edmonds' snaps behind James Conner, who already has another touchdown in this game. Before leaving the contest, Edmonds had only one carry for three yards and was not targeted in the passing game. Conner has shown a nose for the end zone in his first year in Arizona, with his touchdown in the first quarter on Sunday being his ninth score of the season. His fantasy value would receive a big boost if Edmonds doesn't return and is forced to miss time.

Nov 6th · 10:14 AM
Chase Edmonds Off The Injury Report, Cleared For Week 9

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) doesn't carry an injury designation for Sunday's game against the San Francisco 49ers. He was limited the first two days of practice with a shoulder issue but was cleared for Sunday after logging an entire session on Friday. The Fordham product splits carries with James Conner and has rushed for 427 yards on 75 attempts while catching 30 passes for 211 yards over eight games in 2021. Edmonds logged 59% of the team's snaps in a Week 8 loss to the Green Bay Packers. Quarterback Kyler Murray (ankle) and wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) are both game-time decisions in Week 9. Edmonds is on the flex radar in deep leagues but has more value in PPR formats.

Nov 5th · 01:17 PM
Chase Edmonds Limited in Thursday's Practice

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. The 25-year-old has been dealing with a shoulder injury and has had his practice reps capped over the last two weeks. He logged 59% of the team's snaps in a Week 8 loss to the Green Bay Packers. The Fordham product splits carries with James Conner and has rushed for 427 yards on 75 attempts while catching 30 passes for 211 yards over eight games in 2021. Edmonds could have a significant role in Week 9 against the San Francisco 49ers as the Cardinals could be without stars, QB Kyler Murray (ankle) and WR DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) this Sunday. Edmonds has more value in PPR formats and is considered a flex play in Week 9.

Oct 25th · 12:50 AM
Chase Edmonds Bounces Back In Week 7

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds finished with 15 carries for 81 yards during the decisive victory over the Texans. However, uncharacteristically, he only managed to catch one pass for nine yards. With the Cards dominating Houston on the scoreboard, Edmonds and James Conner were the primary beneficiaries from a clock management standpoint, with both men combining for 25 touches. Nonetheless, with the nagging shoulder injury not looking like an issue any longer for the 25-year-old, his stock as one of the best PPR flex plays going is back on the rise. Managers in deep formats should continue to classify him as a viable fantasy option against the Packers during Thursday Night Football.

Oct 18th · 02:56 AM
Chase Edmonds Has Acceptable Week 6 Performance

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) managed to suit up against the Browns on Sunday, as expected. He would go on to finish with 46 yards off only four carries. However, he did struggle as a pass-catcher in this one, racking up just three receptions for four yards. Perhaps Edmonds is still bothered by the nagging shoulder issue that has plagued him for weeks now. Still, his PPR upside shouldn't be ignored, although he may continue to carry a questionable designation heading into the Week 7 matchup against Houston. Nonetheless, despite the ailment, he should remain classified as a flex option moving forward, at least until his Week 6 performance becomes a trend.

Oct 17th · 07:58 PM
Chase Edmonds Active For Week 6

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) will play Sunday against the Cleveland Browns. This is the same injury he was dealing with last week, when he had three catches and six carries. James Conner will likely see more usage than Edmonds again, making Edmonds a flex play at best based on his limited expected share of the backfield touches.

Oct 17th · 02:27 PM
Chase Edmonds Expected To Play Despite Shoulder Issue

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) is anticipated to suit up on Sunday against the Browns. The 25-year-old had the same designation heading into the Week 5 clash against the San Francisco 49ers but still managed to piece together a three-catch, 19-yard effort while getting six carries for 15 yards. His appeal is semi-limited to PPR formats, mainly since James Conner continues to gobble up most of the opportunities in the run game. However, Edmonds should continue to get consideration as a flex option across the board, and he could see some more targets with Kyler Murray (shoulder) possibly limited on the throwing end of things against Cleveland.

Oct 15th · 10:25 PM
Chase Edmonds Listed As Questionable

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) was limited in practice all week and is questionable for Week 6 against the Cleveland Browns. Edmonds was questionable last week as well, but he played through the injury and handled just nine touches for 34 yards in the win over the San Francisco 49ers. James Conner continues to mix in alongside Edmonds and saw two fewer touches for 37 yards, but he was able to find the end zone. We'd expect Edmonds to suit up again, but it's not a foregone conclusion, and he could lose even more work to Conner if he's limited at all during the game. The 25-year-old is trending down as a low-end RB2, and on top of it, Cleveland's defense has been stout against the run so far in 2021.

Oct 15th · 01:24 PM
Kyler Murray, Chase Edmonds Remain Limited Thursday

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (shoulder) and running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) were limited in practice on Thursday. Murray was limited in practice for the second straight day due to a shoulder issue. Fantasy managers should monitor the 24-year-old's participation in Friday's practice, but the star QB is expected to play Week against the Cleveland Browns. Edmonds was limited last week with a hamstring injury and logged just six carries while fellow RB teammate James Conner had 11 touches in Week 5. The 25-year-old is an RB3 if he does suit up in Week 6. Stay tuned for further updates.

Oct 14th · 01:05 AM
Kyler Murray, Chase Edmonds Limited Wednesday

Arizona Cardinals quarterback Kyler Murray (shoulder) and running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) were both limited in practice on Wednesday. Murray's right shoulder is worth monitoring, but it's unlikely to keep him from playing in Week 6 against the Cleveland Browns as the Cardinals look to stay undefeated. He had a down week last Sunday in the win over the San Francisco 49ers, but Murray has been a top-five fantasy QB so far and could easily bounce back against a Browns defense that just allowed 47 points to the Chargers. Edmonds played through a hamstring injury in Week 5 and had just six carries for 15 yards while ceding 11 touches to backfield mate James Conner. If he's limited again this weekend, Conner could again see a large chunk of the workload, putting Edmonds on the RB2/3 borderline.

Oct 11th · 01:36 AM
Chase Edmonds Fizzles Against The 49ers On Sunday

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds managed to suit up for the Week 5 matchup against the 49ers. Riding a questionable tag heading into the bout because of a shoulder injury, the 25-year-old arguably had one of his worst outings of the year, compiling just 15 yards off six attempts. His bread and butter this season has been as a pass-catcher out of the backfield, and he didn't do much better in that area, racking up just three catches for 19 yards. Still, Edmonds can get a free pass for this one, mainly since he's performed relatively well throughout the 2021 campaign. Hopefully, he gets enough rest throughout the week to heal accordingly ahead of the Week 6 matchup against the Cleveland Browns. Fantasy managers in deeper PPR formats should continue to view him as a capable flex option.

Oct 10th · 12:29 PM
Chase Edmonds Suiting Up In Week 5

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) will suit up against the 49ers on Sunday afternoon. He had been listed as questionable. The 25-year-old has looked truly impressive this season after replacing Kenyan Drake, who departed for Las Vegas. Through four games, Edmonds has racked up 255 rushing yards and 140 receiving yards. Despite his dominance, James Conner continues to vulture goal-line work; he has four touchdowns while Edmonds has zero. As such, consider the latter a mid-range RB2 during this favorable matchup against San Francisco.

Oct 8th · 06:10 PM
Chase Edmonds Will Be Game-Time Decision

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) will be a game-time decision in Week 5 against the division-rival San Francisco 49ers, according to head coach Kliff Kingsbury. Edmonds did return to practice on Friday, though, so he has a shot at suiting up on Sunday. But if he's active and less than 100 percent, James Conner could see a much bigger workload, making Edmonds a shaky low-end RB2. Conner out-carried Edmonds 18 to 12 and had two rushing touchdowns in last week's win over the Los Angeles Rams, but Edmonds had 120 rushing yards to Conner's 50. Although Conner has just 2.78 yards per carry this year, he is tied for second in the NFL with four rushing scores. He'd be a no-brainer plug-and-play option if Edmonds is inactive, with Jonathan Ward and Eno Benjamin backing him up.

Oct 7th · 10:53 PM
Chase Edmonds Absent From Practice Thursday

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) was absent from practice on Thursday for the second straight day. Edmonds might need to get in a limited practice on Friday to have any shot at suiting up in Week 5 against the San Francisco 49ers. Backup James Conner returned to practice on Thursday after missing Wednesday due to a personal issue. On the season, Edmonds has played 63.6 percent of the offensive snaps compared to 42.2 percent for Conner. However, Conner leads with 53 carries for 172 yards and all four rushing touchdowns, while Edmonds leads with his 255 rushing yards on 43 carries. Edmonds sets himself apart in IDP leagues with 20 catches for 140 yards. Conner has only three catches for 26 yards. If Edmonds were to miss Sunday's game, Conner would be a must-start RB2 option, while Jonathan Ward and Eno Benjamin would back him up.

Oct 7th · 09:46 AM
Chase Edmonds, James Conner Miss Practice Wednesday

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds (shoulder) didn't practice Wednesday due to a shoulder injury. He finished with 120 yards off 12 carries while adding four catches for 19 yards during the win over the Los Angeles Rams in Week 4. The 25-year-old logged 67% of the snaps in last Sunday's win and is second on the team behind James Conner (53) with 43 rushing attempts. Edmonds is considered day-to-day. Conner also missed Wednesday's practice for personal reasons but could return Thursday. He rushed 18 times for 50 yards and two touchdowns while catching both of his targets for 16 yards in Sunday's 37-20 win over the Rams. Conner and Edmonds continue to split carries, capping both Cardinals backs fantasy value. Fantasy managers should continue to monitor the situation for both running backs throughout the week.

Oct 4th · 01:41 AM
Chase Edmonds Leads The Cards Rushing Attack In Win

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds finished with 120 yards off 12 carries during the win over the Rams in Week 4. He also added four catches for 19 yards. This was Edmonds' best performance of the year so far, at least on the ground, although his rushing output was inflated, thanks to a long 54-yard carry. Still, while the 25-year-old may continue to concede opportunities to James Conner, who's had four touchdowns over the last two games, the Cardinals' high-powered offensive attack should enable him to remain relevant moving ahead, especially as a pass-catcher.

Sep 27th · 12:33 AM
Chase Edmonds Racks Up Seven Catches In Week 3

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds finished Sunday's matchup against Jacksonville with only 26 yards off 11 carries. However, he did manage to rack up 49 yards off seven catches (eight targets). While James Conner and his two touchdowns overshadowed Edmonds' performance, it was still a solid showing for the 25-year-old, who continues to make some noise on the fantasy end by catching passes out of the backfield. While Conner is still involved, the Cardinals' high-powered offensive approach should enable Edmonds to remain a must-start in fantasy formats as a viable flex option.

Sep 22nd · 04:33 PM
Chase Edmonds Primed For Big Week 3

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds has been consistent thus far, but he is due for a breakout performance. The Jaguars defense has given up a combined 60 points to the Texans and Broncos. The Cardinals offense has put up a combined 72 points against the Titans and Vikings. This could be another high-scoring game for the offense, and Edmonds could see more carries, targets and red-zone opportunities. Edmonds should be considered a borderline RB1 for Week 3 in a game that should feature positive game script and plenty of scoring opportunities. DFS contestants should consider adding him due to his consistency and price tag.

Sep 20th · 03:38 AM
Chase Edmonds Plays Well Enough On Sunday

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds ran for 46 yards off eight carries during Sunday's narrow victory over the Minnesota Vikings. Although that statistical output on its own clearly would have been a disappointment for fantasy managers, the 25-year-old made amends, at least in PPR formats, by pulling in five catches for 29 yards. This type of production has been the norm for Edmonds this season, who continues to split carries with James Conner. Although he isn't a reliable fantasy option most of the time, he should have his moments moving ahead, which may come as early as Week 3 against Jacksonville. Fantasy managers in deeper leagues who need a back should give Edmonds some serious consideration as a viable starting option as a result.

Sep 16th · 08:21 PM
Chase Edmonds A Borderline RB1 Against Vikings

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds is primed for a big Week 2 against the Minnesota Vikings. Against the Tennessee Titans in Week 1, Edmonds saw 16 touches -- 12 carries and four receptions for a total of 106 yards. Last week, the Vikings defense gave up 150 total yards to Joe Mixon, so Edmonds should be primed for a big performance in Week 2, depending on the volume of touches he will see. Edmonds should be considered a borderline RB1 in PPR formats. In their home opener, the Cardinals offense will look to rack up points early and often in a game that could become a blowout, and several key Cardinals players could find the end zone. Edmonds will look to get his first touchdown of the season on Sunday.

Sep 12th · 09:38 PM
Chase Edmonds Sees 16 Touches, Surpasses 100 Yards

Arizona Cardinals running back Chase Edmonds saw 16 touches for a total of 106 yards. Although Conner saw more carries, Edmonds took advantage of the touches he saw, surpassing 100 yards in the 38-13 win against the Tennessee Titans. The 5-foot-9 running back will look to continue his momentum going against the Minnesota Vikings in Week 2. The Vikings defense gave up a total of 150 yards on 33 touches to Joe Mixon. Edmonds could see more touches in Week 2 if quarterbackKyler Murray cools off, as he will dump off passes to his running back. If Edmonds sees a heavier workload in Week 2, he should put up more yardage as well as a touchdown. Going forward, Edmonds should be considered a high-end RB2 in PPR formats.

Career Stats
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Strength of Schedule
TeamProjected Stats
WeekMatchupTemperatureSpreadO/UTeam TotalReceptionsRec YdsRec TdsRush YdsRush Tds
1@ TEN794.250.823.36.0%0.0%-7.0%-10.0%-7.0%
2vs MINdome-0.852.326.50.0%3.0%9.0%-8.0%7.0%
3@ JAX81-2.648.625.6-3.0%8.0%6.0%-9.0%-1.0%
4@ LARdome6.851.622.4-2.0%-9.0%-12.0%-14.0%-9.0%
5vs SFdome0.65125.2-3.0%-5.0%2.0%-13.0%2.0%
6@ CLE575.748.121.2-1.0%3.0%-17.0%-7.0%-18.0%
7vs HOUdome-9.950.330.1-6.0%4.0%24.0%-3.0%27.0%
8vs GBdome253.825.9-7.0%-2.0%4.0%-7.0%8.0%
9@ SF624.647.821.60.0%-2.0%-15.0%-12.0%-16.0%
10vs CARdome-4.150.827.5-9.0%-3.0%10.0%-6.0%18.0%
11@ SEA495.250.722.7-1.0%2.0%-9.0%-10.0%-12.0%
12vs BYE00000.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%0.0%
13@ CHI380.845.522.4-9.0%3.0%-11.0%-6.0%-11.0%
14vs LARdome2.851.624.4-6.0%-9.0%-3.0%-14.0%0.0%
15@ DETdome-4.850.727.8-3.0%6.0%16.0%-8.0%10.0%
16vs INDdome0.851.825.5-3.0%0.0%6.0%-15.0%-2.0%
17@ DALdome3.953.324.71.0%0.0%-3.0%-3.0%4.0%
18vs SEAdome1.253.826.3-2.0%-2.0%8.0%-13.0%5.0%

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