|ADP:||Round: 7, Pick: 10|
|Ht / Wt:||5'9" / 205 lb.|
|Born:||April 13, 1996|
|Drafted:||2018 / Rd. 4 (134)|
Edmonds compiled career highs in carries (97), catches (53) and yards from scrimmage (850) during the 2020 campaign.
Analysis: Edmonds was aided on the carry front when starting running back Kenyan Drake logged his only absence of the season Week 9, racking up 25 rushes in that contest. Meanwhile, Edmonds was leaned on by Kyler Murry in the passing game as he finished fourth on the team in targets with 67 in 16 games. Edmonds is a key cog of the Cardinals offense under coach Kliff Kingsbury, and the RB enters the offseason as the most highly regarded player at the position under contract in 2021 with Drake set to be an unrestricted free agent. Depending on how Arizona proceeds with its backfield in free agency and the draft, Edmonds could be its lead option in the fall.
Edmonds (hip) is active for Sunday's road game versus the Rams, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: When available and serving as Kenyan Drake's direct backup this season, Edmonds has averaged 8.8 touches for 56.1 yards from scrimmage while scoring five TDs across 13 games. The potential exists for Edmonds to be inhibited by the hip injury that kept him off the practice field during the week. If that happens, whatever he's unable to handle likely will shift to Drake and (to a lesser extent) D.J. Foster.
There is "optimism" that Edmonds (hip) will suit up Sunday against the Rams, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
Analysis: Per the report, Edmonds is viewed as a game-time decision for Sunday's 4:25 ET kickoff and if he is able to give it a go, he'll continue to work in tandem with Kenyan Drake out of Arizona's backfield in Week 17.
Edmonds (hip) didn't practice Friday and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Per Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site, coach Kliff Kingsbury said Edmonds and WR Larry Fitzgerald (groin) will be game-time decisions ahead of the 4:25 ET kickoff. Neither logged any level of practice participation this week, but Edmonds did suit up last week after two DNPs and one limited session. He was then forced out after 16 snaps and two touches in the 20-12 loss to San Francisco, suffering a hip injury to add to the ankle and knee issues that put him on the injury report in the first place. DJ Foster stepped in to play 17 snaps behind Kenyan Drake last week, finishing with one carry and no targets.
Edmonds (hip) was held out of practice Thursday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: In the 13 games in which a healthy Edmonds has spelled starting running back Kenyan Drake this season, Edmonds has averaged 8.8 touches for 56.1 yards from scrimmage per game while scoring five TDs. After leaving this past Sunday's game versus the 49ers in the first half with a hip issue, though, he has yet to step foot on the practice field. If he fails to get all the way back and misses his first contest of the campaign Week 17 against the Rams, the aforementioned reps likely will fall on Drake and D.J. Foster.
Edmonds (hip) wasn't present for Thursday's practice and is expected to go down as a non-participant on the Cardinals' official report, Kyle Odegard of the team's official site reports.
Analysis: Edmonds' lack of activity at the Cardinals' first two practices of Week 17 is worrisome ahead of Sunday's must-win game against the Rams, but the running back will attempt to get in some reps Friday before Arizona decides on his status for the regular-season finale. The hip issue resulted in Edmonds being removed early in the Cardinals' Week 16 loss to the 49ers, allowing top back Kenyan Drake to handle a slightly larger snap share than he normally would.
Edmonds (hip) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: Edmonds has been tending to multiple injuries over the past few weeks, with Week 17 prep being hindering by a hip issue. He managed one limited session last week before being active this past Saturday versus the 49ers, but he lasted just 16 snaps before departing in the first half, ending his day with two catches (on three targets) for 18 yards. Kenyan Drake took on a larger workload (52 offensive snaps, 20 touches) in Edmonds' stead, while D.J. Foster saw his most significant run of the season (17 such plays, one carry). If Edmonds is unable to go Week 17 against the Rams, the Cardinals likely will have a similar breakdown of work between Drake and Foster.
Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Edmonds (hip) is "day-to-day," Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Edmonds was forced out of Saturday's loss to the 49ers due to a hip injury, and he entered the contest with both ankle and knee issues. If he can't go against the Rams in Week 17, Jonathan Ward and D.J. Foster will operate as backups to Kenyan Drake.
Edmonds (hip) won't return to Saturday's game against the 49ers, Katherine Fitzgerald of The Arizona Republic reports.
Analysis: Edmonds caught two passes for eight yards before departing in the second quarter. Kenyan Drake is the clearcut lead back for the rest of the game, while Jonathan Ward and D.J. Foster should rotate in occasionally.
Edmonds left Saturday's game against the 49ers with a hip injury and is deemed questionable to return.
Analysis: Edmonds left early in the first half with an apparent hip injury. Kenyan Drake will take on an extended role with Jonathan Ward possibly getting additional snaps.
Edmonds (ankle/knee) is active for Saturday's game versus the 49ers.
Analysis: Edmonds again will take the field somewhat compromised, marking his second straight contest doing so. In Week 15, he racked up 14 touches for 66 yards from scrimmage and a receiving TD. Edmonds will continue to work in tandem with Kenyan Drake out of the Cardinals backfield.
Edmonds (ankle/knee) is listed as questionable for Saturday's game against the 49ers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: Edmonds played through the ankle injury in last week's win over the Eagles, but he seemingly tweaked his knee along the way. With the Cardinals facing a quicker turnaround for the Week 16 contest, Edmonds' pair of injuries kept him sidelined in practices Tuesday and Wednesday before he returned to the field in a limited fashion Thursday. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury hasn't indicated if the limited workout will be enough for Edmonds to gain clearance for Saturday, so fantasy managers will want to check back in on the running back's status leading up to the 4:30 p.m. kickoff. If Edmonds can't go this weekend, Kenyan Drake would likely be in store for one of his biggest snap shares of the season while filling a three-down role out of the backfield.
Edmonds (ankle/knee) was a non-participant at Wednesday's practice.
Analysis: Last week, Edmonds was contained to one limited practice session due to an ankle injury before he was eventually deemed active for Week 15 against the Eagles and handled his second-highest touch count (14) of the season. On this occasion, he hasn't taken the practice field yet, the result of ankle and knee issues. Edmonds has one more chance to prove his health this week before the Cardinals give him a designation for Saturday's game versus the 49ers.
Edmonds (ankle/knee) wasn't present for the media-access portion of Wednesday's practice, Kyle Odegard of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: What Edmonds is able to do at practice Thursday will thus be telling with regard to his status for Saturday's game against the 49ers. Edmonds is back on the fantasy radar heading into Week 16, after carrying 11 times for 47 yards and catching three of five his targets for 19 yards and a TD in this past Sunday's win over the Eagles.
Edmonds (ankle/knee) was listed as a limited participant on Tuesday's practice estimate, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: The third-year running back didn't practice until Friday last week, but he recorded 66 yards from scrimmage and a touchdown while running ahead of Kenyan Drake in a win over the Eagles on Sunday. It's possible that he's following a similar regimen, although it's worth noting that the knee injury is a new addition for Edmonds. If he can get on the field by Thursday's practice, he'll have a decent chance to play Saturday against the 49ers.
Edmonds carried 11 times for 47 yards while catching three of five targets for 19 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 33-26 win over the Eagles.
Analysis: Coming off a minor ankle injury, Edmonds easily out-rushed Kenyan Drake, who managed just 26 yards on 10 carries. He also garnered more targets, receptions and receiving yards while scoring his fifth touchdown of the year on a six-yard grab in the first quarter. Edmonds' superior playmaking ability in this one could earn him a few more touches next Saturday against the 49ers, but the two backs are likely to split the workload somewhat evenly.
Edmonds (ankle) is listed as active Sunday against the Eagles.
Analysis: The Cardinals proceeded with caution this week, holding Edmonds out of practice until Friday, when he logged a limited session. Considered a game-time decision, he put in a pregame workout to determine whether he was fit to go on his ankle. With his status confirmed for Week 15, Edmonds will work in tandem with Kenyan Drake out of the backfield, likely capped at the 8.4 touches per game in which he's acted as the latter's backup.
Edmonds (ankle), who is listed as questionable, "plans to play" Sunday against the Eagles, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Analysis: Schefter also noted the 24-year-old still needs to test things out in pregame warmups, so it appears he's more of a game-time decision as previously indicated by Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com. Edmonds has played more than 50 percent of the offensive snaps in each of the past two games, but his production has been limited with 13 carries for 60 yards and six catches for 36 yards. Kenyan Drake is poised to lead Arizona's backfield against Sunday and could be more involved in the passing game should Edmonds be unavailable.
Edmonds (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Philadelphia, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com suggests Edmonds could be a game-time decision, while Urban reports that the team could make the call after the running back works out Saturday morning/afternoon. Of course, the Cardinals won't necessarily broadcast their decision to the public even if they know ahead of time, so we may not have a clear read on Edmonds' status until the team releases its inactive list approximately 90 minutes before the 4:05 ET kickoff Sunday. Kenyan Drake likely would take on extra work if Edmonds were to miss the game, while Jonathan Ward, Eno Benjamin and D.J. Foster would be the candidates for backup work.
Edmonds (ankle) returned to practice Friday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.
Analysis: Edmonds was absent Wednesday and Thursday, but it now seems his ankle injury isn't too serious, with Urban relaying that the running back was "moving around pretty well" during Friday's practice. There was no sign of any problem last week in a 26-7 win over the Giants, as Edmonds took 11 touches for 53 yards while playing 51 percent of offensive snaps. Even if he's expected to play, he'll likely be listed on the Friday injury report after missing back-to-back practices. Kenyan Drake likely would take on more snaps if Edmonds were to miss Sunday's game against the Eagles.
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