Player Outlook
Until Clement receives meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to their rosters.

Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 55 3.67 1 5 54 161.8
2021 140 4.24 6 29 1 221.3
3y Avg. 90 3.91 1 5 36 0 181.3

Fantasy News

  • Corey Clement: Rejoins Arizona on practice squad

    Clement was picked up by the Cardinals' practice squad Thursday, Howard Balzer of reports. Clement was released by Arizona on Tuesday after failing to beat out Keaontay Ingram and Emari Demercado for a depth backfield spot behind James Conner. He finished the preseason strong with 84 yards on 16 touches in the preseason finale against the Vikings on Saturday. He appeared in nine games for the Cardinals last season, rushing for 55 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries while adding five catches for 54 yards.
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  • Corey Clement: Back to free agency

    The Cardinals are slated to release Clement on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Clement failed to beat out Keaontay Ingram and Emari Demercado during the preseason, but he won't be subjected to waivers and can immediately begin testing the waters for a depth opportunity elsewhere. In nine appearances with Arizona last season, Clement turned 15 carries into 55 yards and one touchdown. He also caught five of seven targets for 54 yards.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: May be slipping down depth chart

    Clement carried the ball 14 times for 79 yards in Saturday's 18-17 preseason win over Minnesota. Clement worked behind both Keaontay Ingram and Emari Demercado for the second consecutive week, suggesting he may be slipping down the Arizona depth chart. Positively, he did run well, tallying long gains of 29 and 10 yards. James Conner is projected to handle a significant amount of the carries out of Arizona's backfield, so regardless of exactly where Clement slots in on the depth chart, he isn't likely to see many snaps with the offensive unit.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Receives three touches Saturday

    Clement tallied two carries for three yards and gathered in one of two targets for four yards during Saturday's 38-10 preseason loss to the Chiefs. Clement was the fourth Cardinals running back to enter the game behind top option James Conner, Keaontay Ingram and undrafted rookie Emari Demercado, while Ty'Son Williams didn't see the field at all. Despite the potential demotion, Clement remains behind Conner and Ingram and ahead of Demercado and Williams on the team's third unofficial depth chart of the preseason, per Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic. Clement's performance in Saturday's exhibition at Minnesota ultimately may determine whether or not he survives cut downs with a spot on Arizona's roster.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Records nine touches Friday

    Clement had six carries for 15 yards and hauled in all three targets for 13 yards during Friday's 18-17 preseason victory against the Broncos. Clement handled the first touch of the game for the Cardinals (a five-yard connection with quarterback Colt McCoy) and received touches in three of the team's initial four possession. The overall output was nothing to write home about -- 2.5 yards per carry, 4.3 yards per catch -- but with James Conner and Keaontay Ingram (abdomen) unavailable, Clement may be the current leader for the No. 3 RB role in Arizona. Ty'Son Williams, Clement's main competitor, did have 10 rushes for 51 yards, but he got run in every quarter, while Clement was out of the game by the middle of the second quarter. Clement will continue to work toward locking down the aforementioned gig on Saturday, Aug. 19 versus the Chiefs.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Re-signs with Cardinals

    Clement agreed to a one-year contract with the Cardinals on Tuesday, Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reports. Now 28 years old, Clement has been bouncing around different rosters and practice squads for the last couple years. He appeared in nine games for the Cardinals last season, making one start, and rushed 15 times for 55 yards and one touchdown. Clement will compete for a depth role this summer.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Produces in spot start

    Clement rushed eight times for 23 yards and a touchdown while adding 25 receiving yards on three receptions in Sunday's 38-13 loss to San Francisco. Clement led Arizona's backfield with James Conner (shin/knee) sidelined, producing his first touchdown of the season in the process. The veteran backup spent most of his time on special teams this year, logging just nine offensive touches across eight games prior to Sunday. Clement will become an unrestricted free agent this upcoming offseason.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Should help fill in for Conner

    Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Clement and Keaontay Ingram will be in store for increased roles in Sunday's game against the 49ers with top back James Conner (shin/knee) ruled out for the contest, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Before exiting in the fourth quarter of last week's loss to the Falcons, Conner had been handling massive snap shares in each of the Cardinals' previous seven games. His early departure in Week 17 paved the way for Clement -- who has mostly contributed on special teams this season -- to play 29 snaps on offense en route to carrying seven times for 32 yards while going without a reception on his lone target. Ingram, meanwhile, didn't play any snaps on offense, so Clement appears to be the better bet to see the larger share of Conner's vacated workload in the season finale. That said, the Cardinals have some recent draft capital invested in Ingram -- a rookie sixth-round pick -- so it wouldn't be entirely surprising if he was prioritized over the journeyman Clement.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Week 18 Adds (RB Preview)

    Clement dominated touches and snaps after James Conner went down in Week 17. Assuming Conner is out, we'd expect Clement to lead the backfield, but it is a terrible matchup.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Week 18 Waiver Priority List

    It sounds like James Conner (shin) could play in Week 18 at San Francisco, but Clement is worth adding in case Conner is out. Clement replaced Conner in Week 17 at Atlanta and had seven carries for 32 yards and no catches on one target. It's a brutal matchup against the 49ers, but Clement would be a flex option in deeper leagues if he starts in place of Conner in Week 18.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Contributes reception in loss

    Clement recorded a 21-yard reception in Monday's 27-13 loss to the Patriots. Clement has played only three snaps on offense during the Cardinals' past two games, but he's been targeted on two occasions and has two receptions for 29 yards to show for it. The 28-year-old isn't expected to see additional opportunities unless lead back James Conner misses time, or if the Cardinals choose to lighten his workload. Conner handled snap shares north of 95 percent in both Week 13 and Week 14.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Joins Arizona

    Clement signed a contract with the Cardinals on Saturday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Clement played two contests with the Cardinals' active roster at separate intervals this season. The veteran running back has been strictly relegated to special teams at this point in the 2022 campaign.
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  • Corey Clement: Sent back to practice squad

    Clement reverted to the Cardinals' practice squad Friday. Clement was elevated to the active roster prior to Thursday's victory over New Orleans, but he logged only one offensive snap and 16 on special teams while recording no other stats. If either of James Conner (ribs) or Darrel Williams (knee) is able to return to action next week, Clement may not be elevated again.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Joins active roster Thursday

    The Cardinals elevated Clement to their active roster Thursday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. With fellow running backs James Conner (ribs) currently listed as questionable and Darrel Williams (knee) ruled out for Thursday's contest versus the Saints, Clement could find himself operating as Arizona's third backfield option in Week 7 behind Eno Benjamin and Keaontay Ingram. The 27-year-old suited up for Sunday's game against the Seahawks but saw just 15 special-teams snaps.
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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Getting Week 6 call-up

    Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Friday that Clement will be elevated from the practice squad for the Cardinals' Week 6 game in Seattle, Tyler Drake of reports. Arizona may wait until Saturday to make Clement's appointment to the roster official, but he'll be on hand Sunday to provide another healthy body out of the backfield with James Conner (ribs) and Darrel Williams (knee) sitting out Week 6 and with Jonathan Ward (hamstring) having recently been moved to injured reserve. Eno Benjamin is expected to step into Conner's usual role as Arizona's lead back, but Clement could serve as a change-of-pace option behind him in addition to contributing on special teams. Rookie sixth-round pick Keaontay Ingram is also on hand and could also have a role in the game plan behind Benjamin.
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  • Corey Clement: Joins Cardinals' practice squad

    Clement signed with Arizona's practice squad Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Clement spent some time with Baltimore during training camp but was unable to make his 2022 season debut. The veteran running back spent four season with Philadelphia and spent his 2021 campaign with Dallas. Clement rushed 33 times for 140 yards through 17 games with Dallas last season, while also playing 297 of his 368 snaps with special teams. He'll now look to compete for a depth role in Arizona.
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  • Corey Clement: Done in Baltimore

    The Ravens cut Clement on Monday, Aaron Wilson of reports. With J.K. Dobbins recently having returned to practice, albeit in a limited capacity, depth at running back is becoming less urgent for Baltimore. Clement, who logged 33 carries for 140 yards with Dallas in 2021, will search for opportunity elsewhere, while Justice Hill and Tyler Badie should now be in line for more practice and preseason reps.
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  • Ravens' Corey Clement: Joins Baltimore

    Clement signed a contract with the Ravens on Monday, Jamison Hensley of reports. Clement inked a deal with Baltimore after also working out for the running-back needy team Monday. The 27-year-old totaled 140 yards on 33 carries over 17 games with the Cowboys last season, though the majority of his 368 total snaps played came on special teams (297). With presumed starters J.K. Dobbins (knee) and Gus Edwards (knee) still on the active/PUP list, Clement should compete for a depth role alongside running backs Mike Davis, Justice Hill (Achilles) and Tyler Badie.
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  • Cowboys' Corey Clement: Sees limited touches in 2021

    Clement finished the regular season with 33 carries for 140 rushing yards and six catches on seven targets for 29 yards and a touchdown. While he suited up for all 17 games in his first season with Dallas, Clement was mainly used on special teams and saw double-digit snaps on offense only three times. He was able to score his only TD against his former club the Eagles in Week 18, however. A free agent in the offseason, Clement could return to the Cowboys but will fill a depth role in the backfield wherever he ends up in 2022.
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  • Cowboys' Corey Clement: Scores versus Eagles

    Clement rushed seven times for 58 yards and caught all four of his targets for 22 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's 51-26 win over the Eagles. Clement enjoyed an expanded role with Tony Pollard (foot) unavailable. Although starter Ezekiel Elliott led the Cowboys with 19 touches, Clement made an impressive impact with his 11, totaling a season-high 80 yards while scoring for the first time with an eight-yard reception to begin the fourth quarter. Despite Pollard potentially being set to return for next weekend's playoff game, Clement's performance Saturday emphasizes Dallas' depth at tailback heading into the postseason.
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