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Until Goodson finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Getting some first-team reps

    Goodson, Trey Sermon and Evan Hull got first-team reps at Thursday's practice, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan reports. Jonathan Taylor missed practice for personal reasons, leaving the Colts with an inexperienced group of running backs. Multiple reports have suggested Sermon and Hull will compete for the second spot on the depth chart, but Goodson's work with the starting offense suggests he's also in the running to earn a bench role. While he weighs less than 200 pounds and has taken just 19 regular-season touches since going undrafted in 2022, it wouldn't be shocking if Goodson challenged Hull for a role as the two-minute/hurry-up back. Goodson ran a 4.42 at the 2022 Combine, after piling up 2,551 rushing yards and 70 receptions in three seasons at Iowa.
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Disappointing end to season

    Goodson did not handle a carry in Saturday's 23-19 loss versus the Texans, and he failed to bring in either of his two targets. The last meaningful play of a must-win game for Indianapolis was a dropped pass by Goodson that would have extended a potential game-winning drive with just over a minute to play. It's a difficult pill to swallow for Goodson, who had an otherwise promising season in 2023 relative to his rookie year in 2022. He has enough speed to get a second look during the offseason.
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Just one carry in win

    Goodson had one carry for three yards in Sunday's win over the Raiders. Goodson payed just three snaps on offense as the Colts had a large lead most of the game and didn't need a pass catcher to relieve Jonathan Taylor. Instead, Trey Sermon played 18 snaps and had five carries for 32 yards mostly late in the game when Taylor was briefly sidelined.
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Records 30 total yards in loss

    Goodson had one carry for 15 yards and one reception for 15 yards on two targets in Sunday's 29-10 loss to Atlanta. Both Goodson and Trey Sermon played 14 snaps on offense in reserve roled behind Jonathan Taylor (thumb), who made his return from a three-game absence. Goodson took on more opportunities than Sermon, who had two carries, but Goodson's role may have been enhanced by the fact that the Colts were trailing for much of the second half and went into a pass-happy game script. Zack Moss (forearm) missed Sunday's game and will slot back in as the top complement behind Taylor if he's able to play Week 17 versus the Raiders, so both Goodson and Sermon could soon be in danger of falling out of the backfield rotation.
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Signed off practice squad

    The Colts signed Goodson off their practice squad Tuesday. Having used the maximum three standard elevations on Goodson ahead of the last three contests, Indianapolis needed to add him to the active roster in order for him to be available for game days moving forward. With the status of both Jonathan Taylor (thumb) and Zack Moss (shoulder) up in the air as the team prepares for Sunday's visit to Atlanta, Goodson could see a significant role in the backfield along with Trey Sermon. After Moss went down in the second quarter of this past Saturday's win against the Steelers, Goodson turned 13 touches into 79 yards from scrimmage as he split work with Sermon (17 carries, 88 yards).
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Moves back to practice squad

    Goodson reverted to the Colts' practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Goodson has been elevated for each of Indianapolis' last three games, but he was able to mix into the offense more than expected Saturday against the Steelers after Zack Moss departed early due to a shoulder injury. With Jonathan Taylor (thumb) sitting out again, Goodson and Trey Sermon manned the backfield from the middle of the second quarter onward. Goodson played second fiddle to Sermon, seeing 19 snaps to the latter's 29, but both RBs got double-digit touches, with Goodson going for 79 yards from scrimmage on 13 touches and Sermon turning 17 carries into 88 yards. There's a chance Taylor will be able to return Sunday in Atlanta, and Moss also hopes to be available for that contest, so Goodson's prospects for Week 16 output likely are contingent on him being signed to the active roster.
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Gets 13 touches Saturday

    Goodson totaled 11 carries for 69 yards and two catches (on two targets) for 10 yards during Saturday's 30-13 victory against the Steelers. Goodson joined the Colts' practice squad after Week 1, and he remained there until Week 12, when the team elevated him. He's proceeded to see action in three straight games via the same transaction due to Jonathan Taylor (thumb) being out the last two contests, and Goodson worked in tandem with Trey Sermon out of Indy's backfield Saturday after Zack Moss (arm) exited early in the second quarter. Taylor may be able to return next Sunday, Dec. 24 in Atlanta, but with the statuses of both him and Moss now up in the air, Goodson could be a regular in the offense in the short term. However, because he's exhausted his three allotted elevations, the Colts will need to sign Goodson to the active roster in order for him to do so.
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Will be available vs. Steelers

    Indianapolis elevated Goodson from its practice squad to the active roster for Saturday's game versus the Steelers. Goodson looks poised to suit up for the third consecutive game in Week 15 with Jonathan Taylor (thumb) still out. Over the past two games, he's turned three targets into three receptions for nine yards.
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  • Tyler Goodson: Heads back to practice squad

    The Colts reverted Goodson to the practice squad Monday. Goodson was elevated for the second straight week with Jonathan Taylor (thumb) out again. Goodson played six snaps on offense and brought in his lone target for minus-2 yards. Goodson is eligible to be elevated from the practice squad one more time this season.
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Two receptions in backup role

    Goodson had two receptions for 11 yards on two targets in Sunday's win at Tennessee. Goodson played just three snaps on offense as the third running back behind starter Zack Moss with Jonathan Taylor out with a thumb injury. However, Trey Sermon played on just one snap and had a drop in the passing game, which could open more opportunities for Goodson while Taylor is sidelined.
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  • Colts' Tyler Goodson: Elevated to active roster

    The Colts elevated Goodson to their active roster Saturday. Goodson is set to make his season debut on the Colts' active roster. With Jonathan Taylor (thumb) sidelined, he will provide depth in the backfield behind Zack Moss and Trey Sermon. The Iowa product also figures to be a candidate for special teams snaps.
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  • Tyler Goodson: Earns practice squad spot

    Goodson signed with the Colts' practice squad Tuesday. Goodson showed enough during his tryout Monday to secure a spot on Indianapolis' practice squad. The 22-year-old back out of Iowa spent the majority of last season on Green Bay's practice squad after signing with the team as an undrafted free agent. The Colts cut ties with running back Jason Huntley to make room for Goodson.
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  • Tyler Goodson: Waived/injured Tuesday

    Goodson (shoulder) was waived with an injury designation by the Packers on Tuesday, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. If Goodson does not get claimed off waivers he will revert to the Packers' injured reserve and face the possibility of missing the entire season. The seriousness of his shoulder injury is unknown, but if he has the potential to return, both he and the Packers could eventually reach an injury settlement. He was hoping to win the No. 3 running back role prior to the injury, but that was awarded to Emanuel Wilson.
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  • Packers' Tyler Goodson: Sports sling at practice Sunday

    Goodson was spotted with his right arm in a sling during Sunday's practice, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports. Goodson left Friday's preseason opener with a shoulder injury, and it appears he'll miss some time. With Lew Nichols (shoulder) also sidelined, Patrick Taylor has a clear path at winning the No. 3 spot behind Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon, though the Packers kept only two running backs on their Week 1 roster last year.
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  • Packers' Tyler Goodson: Injures shoulder

    Goodson exited Friday's game against the Bengals due to a shoulder injury. There is no word on whether Goodson is available to return, but expect the Packers to exercise caution. He had tallied two yards and one touchdown on three carries prior to sustaining the injury. With Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon presumably done for the game, and Lew Nichols not active, that leaves three running backs available for Green Bay for the remainder of the preseason contest.
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  • Packers' Tyler Goodson: Sticking with Green Bay

    Goodson signed a reserve/future contract with the Packers on Tuesday. Goodson joined the Packers as an undrafted free agent out of Iowa this past offseason. He competed for the team's No. 3 running spot during the preseason but he was eventually waived in late August before quickly rejoining via the practice squad. Goodson was bumped up to the active roster for the Week 17 win over Minnesota, though he never saw the field against the Vikings. The 22-year-old is now set to compete with Patrick Taylor for a depth role this offseason.
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  • Tyler Goodson: Returns to practice squad

    Goodson reverted to Green Bay's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log. Goodson was promoted to the active roster for the first time ahead of Sunday's win against the Vikings. However, the undrafted rookie never wound up seeing the field Week 17, as Patrick Taylor served as the Packers' No. 3 running back and Keisean Nixon handled return duties on special teams. Goodson will now look to make his NFL debut if he is once again elevated from the practice squad for the team's crucial Week 18 matchup against Detroit.
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  • Packers' Tyler Goodson: Up to active roster

    Goodson was elevated from the practice squad Saturday. Aaron Jones (knee/ankle) was able to shed his injury status Friday, so it's entirely possible Goodson's elevation simply is a safety net for the status of return man Keisean Nixon (groin). Goodson, an undrafted rookie, could make his first NFL appearance Sunday against the Vikings.
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  • Tyler Goodson: Let go by Green Bay

    The Packers waived Goodson on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Goodson signed with the Packers in May as an undrafted free agent out of Iowa, where he rushed for 2,551 yards and 18 touchdowns across three seasons. With Kylin Hill (knee) sidelined, Goodson and Patrick Taylor dueled during the preseason for the No. 3 spot behind Aaron Jones and AJ Dillon. Goodson did his best to earn the gig, totaling 29 rushes for 107 yards and one score across three exhibition contests. He also caught eight passes for 60 yards. However, the Iowa product still couldn't earn a spot on the Packers' initial 53-man roster. Nonetheless, per Rapoport, Green Bay wants him back on a practice squad deal, but it's unclear if he'll clear waivers after his promising preseason performances.
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  • Packers' Tyler Goodson: Finds paydirt in finale

    Goodson had seven carries for 28 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's preseason finale against the Chiefs. He also caught five passes for 26 yards and returned two kicks for 27 yards. Goodson was held in check on most of his 12 touches in the Packers' final exhibition contest, but he did score on an impressive 24-yard run early in the second quarter. With 167 yards from scrimmage over the last three weeks, the undrafted rookie has done just about all he could have to earn a roster spot. The Packers could still elect to keep Patrick Taylor as the third running back, but Goodson was the more impressive of the two during the preseason.
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