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Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (foot) underwent foot surgery on Friday and could miss the rest of the season. The 24-year-old exited Monday's win over the Texans early with a foot injury. He was placed on injured reserve earlier this week. Campbell caught 10-of-17 targets for 162 yards and the one touchdown in five games this year. According to Ian Rapoport of the NFL Network, Campbell underwent surgery on Friday, potentially ending his season. While Campbell is sidelined, T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal, and Michael Pittman should see an uptick in targets.
The Indianapolis Colts placed wide receiver Parris Campbell (foot) on Injured Reserve on Tuesday and also waived quarterback Jacob Eason and defensive tackle Chris Williams. Kicker Michael Badgley was elevated to the active 53-man roster and quarterback Sam Ehlinger was activated from Injured Reserve. The injury bug hit Campbell yet again in the Week 6 win over the Houston Texans, but he caught his only target for a 51-yard touchdown before leaving the game. The 24-year-old will miss at least the next three weeks of action after catching 10 of his 17 targets for 162 yards and the one touchdown in five games this year. With T.Y. Hilton back in the fold, Zach Pascal should operate as the No. 3 receiver in the Colts offense behind Hilton and Michael Pittman Jr.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (foot) suffered a significant injury in Week 6 and is going to miss some time, according to head coach Frank Reich. There is no timeline set yet, but it wouldn't be a surprise if Campbell is placed on IR which would knock him out for at least three games. In his absence, Michael Pittman Jr. and T.Y. Hilton could see a significant target share, while Zach Pascal operates the No. 3 role in the offense. Hilton, freshly off the injured reserve list, would make for an interesting waiver wire addition as he looked solid in his season debut, catching all four of his targets for 80 yards.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell caught his lone target for a 51-yard touchdown to open the Week 6 31-3 win over the Houston Texans. Unfortunately, during the touchdown reception, Campbell suffered a foot injury that kept him sidelined for the rest of the game. Injuries have kept the speedy wideout from reaching his full potential. Still, he has been increasingly involved in his third season with the Colts. Monitor Campbell's status at practice this week heading into a Week 7 road contest against the San Francisco 49ers.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (foot) has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Texans. Campbell had one catch in Sunday's game a 51-yard touchdown strike from quarterback Carson Wentz. The Colts just got T.Y. Hilton back from a neck injury, so the team is in a better position to handle an extended absence from Campbell than it would have been earlier in the season. Still, Campbell was flashing some serious talent, so hopefully this isn't a lingering issue.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (foot) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Texans. Campbell has one catch in Sunday's game a 51-yard touchdown strike from quarterback Carson Wentz. If he's unable to return, expect to see more reliance on T.Y. Hilton and Michael Pittman Jr. over the remainder of Sunday's game. The Colts just got Hilton back from the Injured List, which makes it hard to project what this offense will look like if everyone is healthy.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell caught four of six targets for 56 yards during a 31-25 overtime loss against the Baltimore Ravens on Monday Night Football. Campbell has consistently dealt with injuries during his three years in the league. Still, he emerged as a trusted target for Carson Wentz in clutch moments during Monday, including a 23-yard reception. He only saw one less target than Michael Pittman Jr. but saw one more than Zach Pascal, who has been feasting on early-season touchdowns from Wentz. If Campbell can become a viable weapon in the red zone, he becomes a solid WR3 against the Houston Texans in Week 6.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell finished with two receptions for only 22 yards during the win over the Dolphins on Sunday. It was another typical outing for Campbell, who hasn't been able to take advantage of the absence of T.Y. Hilton (neck). He's caught only five of his 10 targets on the year while routinely conceding opportunities to Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal. At this point, Campbell's fantasy outlook is darker than ever, with no signs of light in sight. As a result, fantasy managers who have held on to him for whatever reason should consider parting ways with him immediately.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell caught two passes for nine yards during a 25-16 Week 3 loss to the Tennessee Titans. Campbell saw four targets but only managed to catch two of them for nine yards in a disappointing divisional loss on the road. As a result, Campbell should be left on waivers or stashed on benches in 14-team leagues moving into a Week 4 road contest against the Miami Dolphins.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) was limited in practice to start the week on Wednesday. Campbell was inactive in the Week 2 loss to the Los Angeles Rams after serving as the No. 3 pass-catcher behind Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal in the season-opening loss to the Seattle Seahawks. The 24-year-old was a popular breakout candidate in training camp, but injuries continue to hold him back from reaching his true potential. Campbell still has time to turn things around in 2021, but fantasy managers in standard-sized leagues can afford to take a wait-and-see approach with him on the waiver wire for now. If he does make it back for a great matchup with the Tennessee Titans, he could be taking his targets from backup quarterback Jacob Eason.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) was trending towards playing in Week 2 against the Los Angeles Rams, but he was named as one of the team's inactives on Sunday morning. Campbell was targeted three times last week, catching one pass for 24 yards while playing 61 percent of the team's snaps. Campbell being out likely will lead to some more snaps for rookieMike Strachan, but there's not much upside for him for fantasy purposes, especially given he's replacing someone who didn't see much Week 1 usage. Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal should be quarterback Carson Wentz's top two targets.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) will go through warmups on Sunday before the team decides his availability against the Rams. Campbell popped up on the injury report after the Week 1 loss to Seattle and missed a few practices throughout the week, although he managed to participate in a limited capacity during Friday's session, which is good news. Still, the 23-year-old will have to demonstrate he is healthy enough to get some work against Los Angeles, so fantasy managers will need to monitor his status right up to opening kick. Nonetheless, if he is out, Zach Pascal and Michael Pittman Jr. (ankle) may get most of the looks from Carson Wentz in Week 2.
Indianapolis Colts wide receivers Michael Pittman Jr. (ankle) and Parris Campbell (abdomen) both showed up on the injury report on Friday and are now questionable for Week 2 against the Los Angeles Rams. The good news is that both players were limited in practice on Friday and have a chance to play this Sunday. Pittman played all but two of the team's offensive snaps in the Week 1 loss to the Seattle Seahawks, but he had just three receptions for 29 yards. Campbell caught one of his three targets for 24 yards on 60.5 percent of the snaps. With top receiver T.Y. Hilton still out with injury, Pittman is your best bet for fantasy production, although the matchup is about as bad as it gets against LA. He's on the WR3/4 borderline. Campbell was hyped up in training camp. The talent is there, but he continues to be dragged down by injuries. He's merely a bench stash in deeper leagues.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (Achilles) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. He was limited in practice on Wednesday with an Achilles injury. Campbell is expected to start as the team's slot receiver in Week 1 against the Seattle Seahawks alongside Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal with T.Y. Hilton (neck) out multiple weeks. The 24-year-old is someone to monitor in deep-league formats while Hilton is sidelined. Campbell has had trouble staying healthy in his NFL career and was limited to two games last season due to a sprained MCL and PCL. In his rookie campaign, Campbell also missed nine games due to an abdominal strain, a fractured hand, and a broken foot. The Seahawks are 25th in DVOA against opposing WR 3/4; Campbell has appeal in deep-league formats Week 1.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (Achilles) was limited in practice with an Achilles injury that is more of a lingering issue than something that he suffered in practice on Wednesday. Unless the injury gets worse throughout the week, Campbell is expected to start as the team's No. 3 wideout in Week 1 against the Seattle Seahawks next to Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal with T.Y. Hilton (neck) out multiple weeks. The speedy 24-year-old has the skills to stick in a starting role when Hilton comes back, but he just needs to stay healthy himself. While Campbell won't be a popular flex option in the season-opener, he has true breakout potential in 2021 and could easily be one of the most attractive waiver-wire pickups early on. The Seahawks defense also allowed a healthy 25.6 fantasy points per game to receivers (10th most) in 2020.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell enters his third season with quite a bit to prove after injuries have derailed the start to his NFL career. After suffering MCL and PCL tears in his right knee after just two games in 2020, Campbell told reporters that he has "no issues with the knee, so I feel good." This is an encouraging statement from one of the most athletic slot receivers who has yet to get a real opportunity to demonstrate the flashy skillset and speed he used as a standout wide receiver at Ohio State. QuarterbackCarson Wentz has targeted slot receivers on 30.6% of his throws across the last four seasons, making Campbell that much more enticing to draft as the WR69 in half-PPR formats.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (knee) is 100 percent and good to go for the start of training camp. Campbell had surgery in October of last year to address MCL and PCL issues in his left knee. He has played in just nine games in his two seasons in the NFL due to injuries, but the former second-rounder was medically cleared in May and should compete for first-team repetitions in training camp with T.Y. Hilton, Michael Pittman and Zach Pascal. If the 24-year-old can win the No. 3 job over Pascal in camp and develop some nice chemistry with new quarterback Carson Wentz, he could be an excellent low-cost receiver in the later rounds. Campbell was a breakout candidate last year before getting hurt, and he caught six passes for 71 yards in the one game he played in 2020.
Indianapolis Colts receiver Parris Campbell has played in just nine games over his two seasons in the NFL because of various injuries. But the former second-round pick remains the team's most exciting option for the slot, and Zak Keefer of The Athletic believes that a healthy Campbell will be "a key cog" in Indianapolis' offense this year. Of course, hoping Campbell plays a full season might be wishful thinking based on his NFL track record, but fantasy managers who take a risk on Campbell in deeper leagues could be rewarded. He's got big-play potential and is currently being drafted as the WR69. At that price, Campbell's a great sleeper pick.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell, a second-round pick out of Ohio State in 2019, has five injuries, 24 catches and nine games played out of a possible 32 in his first two years in the league. However, the Colts remain confident that Campbell can deliver, and head coach Frank Reich has big plans for him in the offense. If he can stay healthy, he could become a consistent weapon in the passing attack as a speedy threat who can take quick throws and pile up yards after the catch. Now that he's going late in drafts after a year in which he played in just two games, Campbell is absolutely worth a late-round stab if he stays healthy and develops nice chemistry with quarterback Carson Wentz. If everything goes his way, he could lead this Colts receiver group in targets.
The Indianapolis Colts placed wide receiver Parris Campbell (knee) on Injured Reserve on Tuesday with injuries to his MCL and PCL. The team also put safety Malik Hooker (Achilles) on IR, and he'll miss the entire season. The Colts are saying that Campbell will be out indefinitely, but he'll be eligible to return from the IR in three weeks. Without a timetable for a return, the 23-year-old can be dropped in shallow formats if you don't have the room to stash him. Rookie Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal will see more targets alongside T.Y. Hilton with Campbell out, but this Colts team could be transitioning to more of a run-first offense behind their stellar offensive line.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (knee) suffered a sprained MCL and PCL in his knee in the Week 2 win over the Vikings that is expected to keep him out indefinitely, according to a source. With all the season-ending injuries that popped up in Week 2 across the league, you might say that Campbell dodged a bullet here after being carted off the field. Campbell has plenty of potential, but he only played in seven games in his rookie season due to injury. In what was a run-first offense against the Jets, rookie Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal should be in on three-receiver sets next to T.Y. Hilton for as long as Campbell is out. Pittman has more upside in the long term, but Pascal shouldn't be overlooked in the short term in deeper leagues.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell (knee) did not tear his ACL in his team's Week 2 win over the Vikings. Campbell suffered a knee injury on a carry in the first quarter and was carted off the field. The team believes it's not a torn ACL, but Campbell will have an MRI on Monday to determine the full extent of the injury. The speedy playmaker had gotten off to a promising start in Week 1 with 71 receiving yards, so at least there's some hope that his season isn't lost. If Campbell is forced to miss time, fellow receivers T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal and Michael Pittman Jr. (toe) would see a boost in targets.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell had an encouraging Week 1, catching six balls for 71 yards on nine targets. Campbell showed in Week 1 why the Colts were so excited about him when they drafted him. While Week 1 was a solid performance, fantasy owners would be advised to wait on him a while before putting him in their starting lineups. Last week against the Jaguars was the most yards and targets he ever saw in an NFL game. The Vikings are certainly a favorable matchup this week, so he can build on his performance if he continues to see consistent targets. If he continues to show consistency, he can be a legitimate flex option in the future. Campbell has a DFS price of $4,500, so DraftKings agrees that he still needs to prove himself to be considered a legitimate fantasy starter.
Indianapolis Colts second-year wide receiver Parris Campbell had a productive start to the season, catching six passes for 71 yards. It is also encouraging that he had nine targets on the day. Campbell's rookie season was riddled with injuries, so it is good to see him get off to a strong start in the 2020 season. Philip Rivers threw the ball over 40 times against a bad Jaguars secondary, so Campbell had plenty of opportunity to get targeted. Campbell will face a Minnesota Vikings secondary next week that had a horrible Week 1.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell was limited in 2019 due to injury, playing in just seven games. The 2019 second-round draft pick comes into the season listed as the No. 2 receiver on the Colts depth chart. He has very good speed and will spend a lot of time as a slot receiver. It is difficult to say what to expect from him coming into the season since we did not see much of him last year. He may emerge as a legitimate flex option if he sees consistent targets, but it is best to keep him out of the your starting lineups in shallow leagues until he proves otherwise.
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