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Dec 17, 2023 1 0 0.0 0 0
Oct 8, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Sep 24, 2023 1 0 0.0 0 0 1
Player Outlook
Drake was unable to make the Colts' initial 53-man roster despite Indianapolis on paper having one of the worst running back depth charts in football that features a Jonathan Taylor-sized hole at the top. Even though Drake led all Ravens running backs in carries last year and averaged 4.4 yards per rush, he still had 10-plus PPR points only four times. If he finds a spot to play, you might consider him off waivers.

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2023 0.00 1 2 31 10.3
2022 482 4.42 4 17 89 1 776.4
2021 254 4.03 2 30 291 1 635.3
3y Avg. 564 4.12 5 0 24 172 1 937.2
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  • Kenyan Drake: Cut by Green Bay

    The Packers cut Drake from their practice squad Friday. Drake appeared in just one game for the Packers since signing with their practice squad in early December, carrying the ball once for zero yards on five total snaps (all offensive). In a corresponding move, Green Bay signed cornerback David Long to its practice squad.
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  • Kenyan Drake: Back to practice squad

    Drake reverted to the Packers' practice squad Monday. Drake played five offensive snaps in Sunday's 34-20 loss to the Buccaneers, rushing for no gain on his only carry. With AJ Dillon (thumb) potentially unavailable again in Week 16 versus the Panthers, Drake could be asked to return to the active roster.
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  • Packers' Kenyan Drake: Gets first carry with Green Bay

    Drake had one carry for zero yards in Sunday's 34-20 loss to the Buccaneers. Drake recorded his first carry since signing with Green Bay, but it went nowhere, and he was on the field for less than a handful of other plays. He remains an intriguing backfield option for the Packers, but not much else as things stand.
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  • Packers' Kenyan Drake: Elevated from practice squad again

    The Packers elevated Drake from their practice squad Saturday ahead of Sunday's contest versus Tampa Bay. This is the second straight week that Drake has been elevated ahead of game day. Last week, he wasn't given the opportunity to log an offensive snap despite Aaron Jones (knee) being unable to play. Jones is questionable again for Sunday, as is AJ Dillon (thumb) -- if both running backs are held out against the Buccaneers, Drake could be in line for a fair amount of work, but he could again be stuck mostly on the sidelines if Jones and/or Dillon suit up.
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  • Kenyan Drake: Back to practice squad

    Drake reverted to the Packers' practice squad Tuesday, per the NFL's official transaction log. Drake received an opportunity with the active roster for Monday's loss to the Giants with Aaron Jones still nursing a knee injury. However, the veteran running back never saw a snap and remained on the sidelines throughout the contest. If Jones remains out Sunday against the Buccaneers, Drake will be a likely candidate to earn another opportunity with the active roster.
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  • Packers' Kenyan Drake: Elevated for MNF

    Drake was elevated from Green Bay's practice squad ahead of Monday's game against the Giants, Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reports. With Aaron Jones (knee) expected to sit out, Drake will provide running back depth in a backfield that includes AJ Dillon and Patrick Taylor. Dillon has generally handled the majority of backfield touches in previous instances when Jones -- who is officially listed as questionable Monday -- has been unavailable.
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  • Kenyan Drake: Joins Packers' practice squad

    The Packers signed Drake to their practice squad Tuesday. In a corresponding move, Green Bay cut fellow running back James Robinson from the practice squad. Drake may take a week or two to acclimate himself to a new offense, but he'll provide depth to a backfield that currently is without Aaron Jones, who has missed the past two games due to an MCL sprain. On the season, Drake has three touches for 31 yards from scrimmage in two games for the Ravens.
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  • Kenyan Drake: In line to sign with Packers

    The Packers are expected to sign Drake, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. It's unclear if Drake will join the active roster or practice squad, but he'll nonetheless provide depth to a backfield that hasn't had Aaron Jones available the last two games due to a sprained MCL. AJ Dillon has paced the backfield in Jones' stead, and Patrick Taylor and practice-squad member James Robinson have got in the mix as well. As for Drake, he made two appearances for the Ravens this season back in Weeks 3 and 5, totaling three touches for 31 yards from scrimmage.
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  • Kenyan Drake: Stint in Cleveland ends

    Drake was cut from the Browns' practice squad Tuesday. Drake landed with Cleveland's practice squad roughly one month ago after his release from Baltimore, but the Browns have now decided to part ways with the veteran running back. The Alabama product has appeared in two games this season (both with the Ravens), logging 31 total yards on three touches. In a corresponding move, the Browns signed RB John Kelly to their practice squad.
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  • Kenyan Drake: Coming to Cleveland

    The Browns signed Drake to their practice squad Tuesday, Adam Caplan of Fox Sports reports. The 29-year-old back out of Alabama ended up in Cleveland after he was cut from the Ravens' practice squad two weeks ago. Drake appeared in two games for Baltimore this year, recording 31 scrimmage yards on three total touches. In corresponding moves, the Browns cut running backs Jordan Wilkins and Nate McCrary from their practice squad.
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  • Kenyan Drake: Reverts to practice squad

    Drake reverted to Baltimore's practice squad Monday. Drake was elevated for the second time this season for Sunday's Week 5 clash against the Steelers but played just one offensive snap and failed to log a single stat. With J.K. Dobbins (Achilles) and Keaton Mitchell (shoulder) both on injured reserve, Drake might have another opportunity for a promotion ahead of Sunday's game against the Titans.
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  • Ravens' Kenyan Drake: Elevated Saturday

    Drake was elevated to Baltimore's 53-man roster ahead of Sunday's game against Pittsburgh, Dale Lolley of the Steelers' official site reports. Drake's elevation suggests that the Ravens will likely be without running back Justice Hill this coming Sunday. Drake, an eight-year veteran, was active for Baltimore's Week 3 loss to Indianapolis, recording three touches for 31 total yards.
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  • Kenyan Drake: Joining Baltimore's practice squad

    Drake agreed Wednesday to join the Ravens' practice squad, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. With J.K. Dobbins (Achilles) on injured reserve and out for the season, Drake and fellow practice squad member Melvin Gordon will provide Baltimore with added backfield depth behind Justice Hill and Gus Edwards. Drake has familiarity with the Ravens after appearing in 12 games for the team in 2022, carrying 109 times for 482 yards and four touchdowns to go with 17 catches for 89 yards and another score.
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  • Colts' Kenyan Drake: Five carries in preseason opener

    Drake had five carries for 10 yards in Saturday's preseason loss at Buffalo. Drake worked with the second team as he tries to win a final reserve roster spot after joining the Colts last week. He's a long shot to win a roster spot but may be needed with Zack Moss and Jonathan Taylor out due to injury.
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  • Colts' Kenyan Drake: Joining Indy backfield

    The Colts are signing Drake, Field Yates of ESPN reports. With top back Jonathan Taylor on the active/PUP list due to an ankle issue and in the midst of an ongoing contract dispute -- and Zack Moss' Week 1 status in question due to a broken arm -- Drake gives the Colts' backfield some added depth and experience ahead of the team's preseason opener. His main competition for depth slotting will be Deon Jackson, Evan Hull and Jake Funk, but if Drake impresses this summer, he could emerge as a candidate for Week 1 touches, pending the status of both Taylor and Moss.
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  • Ravens' Kenyan Drake: Fills in effectively

    Drake rushed the ball 16 times for 60 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-16 loss to the Bengals. He added two receptions on five targets for 19 yards. Drake had been inactive for each of Baltimore's last three games, but he got back in action with J.K. Dobbins (rest) sidelined. His workload expanded further when Gus Edwards exited late in the first quarter, and Drake took advantage by contributing significantly in the form of an 18-yard run and a four-yard touchdown plunge in the second quarter. Depending on Edwards' status, Drake could have a role in Baltimore's wild-card round rematch against the Bengals.
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  • Ravens' Kenyan Drake: Inactive for Week 17

    Drake is inactive for Sunday's night's game against the Steelers, Ryan Mink of the Ravens' official site reports. Drake remains the odd man out in the Ravens' backfield in Week 17, which leaves J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards to lead the team's rushing attack versus Pittsburgh, with Justice Hill in reserve.
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  • Ravens' Kenyan Drake: Inactive Saturday

    Drake is inactive for Saturday's game against the Browns, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Drake is the odd man out in the Ravens' backfield in Week 15, which leaves J.K. Dobbins, Gus Edwards and Justice Hill to handle the team's backfield duties versus Cleveland.
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  • Ravens' Kenyan Drake: Three touches in win

    Drake carried the ball once for one yard and secured both of his targets for one yard in Sunday's 16-14 win over the Steelers. Drake operated as the Ravens' No. 3 running back in the contest behind both J.K. Dobbins and Gus Edwards. With just three touches on 11 offensive snaps, Drake was a complete nonfactor Sunday, while Dobbins played 26 snaps and Edwards was on the field for 21 snaps. Going forward, it's likely that Baltimore uses a similar rotation out of the backfield, which would diminish Drake's fantasy value. The veteran should not be trusted for fantasy purposes when the Ravens visit the Browns in Week 15.
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  • Ravens' Kenyan Drake: Handles two carries in loss

    Drake carried the ball twice for two yards and failed to secure his only target in Sunday's 28-27 loss to the Jaguars. As expected, Drake saw a major reduction in his role Sunday with teammate Gus Edwards active for the contest. Drake's two carries and two rushing yards were his lowest totals of the season in each category. Meanwhile, Edwards dominated in touches out of the backfield, handling 16 carries in his first game action since Week 8. With J.K. Dobbins (knee) nearing a return from injured reserve, it is fair to assume that Drake should likely see his role diminish even further as a change-of-pace back. Heading in to a Week 13 matchup with Denver, the 28-year-old is extremely difficult to trust for fantasy purposes.
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