Chase Edmonds


College: Fordham | 4 years
Height: 5'9" | Weight: 210 lbs
Birth Date: 4/13/1996
2022 Bye Week: 11

Total Pts: 144.3
Avg Pts: 8.49
Rank: 17 RB

Fantasy WeekPts
Week 12.80Chase Edmonds 28 rushing yds (2.80 pts)
Player Notes
Aug 11 10:10am ET

Miami Dolphins running back Chase Edmonds looks like the favorite to lead the backfield this season, according to Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald. Edmonds has adapted well to the Dolphins' new offensive scheme, which is something that tailors well to his speed and explosiveness as a ball carrier. The backfield is crowded as of now, with Raheem Mostert, Sony Michel, as well as Myles Gaskin, who is on the roster bubble, in the mix. Still, Edmonds could return fantasy managers RB3/flex value as he should see a significant workload early on. If Mostert or Michel, who have missed their fair share of action in the past, miss any time this season, Edmonds could vault into RB2 territory.

From RotoBaller

Aug 8 2:20pm ET

Miami Dolphins running backs Chase Edmonds and Raheem Mostert (knee) are listed as the team's starting running backs on Miami's first official depth chart of training camp. While Edmonds is the presumed lead back in new head coach Mike McDaniel's offense, there remains a strong competition in training camp that involves Mostert, Sony Michel and Myles Gaskin. Mostert is coming off another lost season due to a knee injury, but he has familiarity with McDaniel from their time in San Francisco. Edmonds, 26, has three-down versatility and is the most attractive fantasy back in Miami, but his ceiling will likely be limited in this crowded backfield. As of right now, fantasy managers should be targeting him as an RB3/flex with upside.

From RotoBaller

Jul 8 12:40am ET

Miami Dolphins running back Chase Edmonds signed a two-year, $12.6 million deal this offseason after spending his first four seasons with the Arizona Cardinals, and it seems like he's going to enter the year as Miami's lead back. Edmonds has plenty of versatility and should see the majority of the opportunities, but he'll also be splitting touches with Sony Michel and Raheem Mostert (if healthy). Mostert has averaged 5.7 yards per attempt in his career, but he's only played in 59 games in seven seasons due to injuries. Michel can be a successful change-of-pace back with a winning pedigree. Myles Gaskin is expected to drop to fourth on the depth chart and will be fighting for a roster spot in training camp. Fantasy managers probably shouldn't consider Edmonds as much more than an RB3/flex play on draft day, but he could wind up being a great value pick if he keeps the lead-back role and Mostert doesn't stay healthy.

From RotoBaller

Jul 6 5:03pm ET

Miami Dolphins RB Chase Edmonds appears to be the leading candidate for the starting running back job at this point but will share snaps with several other backs, in the opinion of DolphinsWire's Mike Masala.

Fantasy Spin: Edmonds probably will receive a majority of the carries in the running game but will not see extended playing time because of the other running backs on the roster. Edmonds could be considered a No. 2 or No. 3 back in fantasy leagues.

From TheHuddle

May 12 10:13am ET

Miami Dolphins RBs Chase Edmonds, Myles Gaskin, Raheem Mostert, Salvon Ahmed and Sony Michel will be involved in a 'creative competition,' according to assistant head coach/running backs coach Eric Studesville. 'You create a competitive environment and you let those guys go sort it out because that's how it's going to happen,' Studesville said. 'They're going to sort it out as to who contributes and where and how and how much.'

Fantasy Spin: This is going to be a tough situation to deal with in your fantasy draft because anyone could wind up winning. On the other side of the coin, any of them could be cut. Edmonds and Gaskin are RB3s, but Mostert has shown game-breaking ability when his body isn't breaking down.

From TheHuddle

Mar 17 5:33pm ET

Free-agent RB Chase Edmonds (Cardinals) officially signed with the Miami Dolphins Thursday, March 17. Terms of the contract were not disclosed but an earlier report indicated that it is a two-year deal worth $12.6 million.

From TheHuddle

Mar 14 12:50pm ET

The Miami Dolphins and free-agent running back Chase Edmonds agreed on a two-year, $12.6 million deal on Monday that includes $6.1 million guaranteed, according to his agent, Drew Rosenhaus. Edmonds shared the backfield with James Conner, who was much more productive, in 2021. He finished with 592 rushing yards and two touchdowns on 116 carries (5.1 yards per carry) and added 43 receptions on 53 targets for 311 receiving yards. The Dolphins have Myles Gaskin, Salvon Ahmed and Duke Johnson in their backfield for 2022, but if healthy, Edmonds figures to take over primary ball-carrying duties, which could make him more attractive as an RB2 with his new team.

From RotoBaller

Mar 14 12:33pm ET

Free-agent RB Chase Edmonds (Cardinals) agreed to a two-year, $12.6 million deal with the Miami Dolphins Monday, March 14. It includes $6.1 million guaranteed.

Fantasy Spin: Edmonds has shown flashes in small intervals. Who can forget that game against the New York Giants in 2019 when he rushed for 126 yards and three touchdowns out of the blue? Edmonds has also proven to be an injury risk. He'll likely be in a timeshare with Myles Gaskin and could be an RB3 with upside.

From TheHuddle

Mar 6 8:43am ET

The Arizona Cardinals are interested in bringing back impending free-agent RBs James Conner and Chase Edmonds, according to general manager Steve Keim.

Fantasy Spin: Although Conner and Edmonds each missed a handful of games last season, they proved to be an effective duo for Arizona when healthy, combining for 1,344 rushing yards, 80 catches, 686 receiving yards and 20 touchdowns. If both players return to the Cards for 2022, they should be viewed as RB2 or flex options for fantasy purposes due to the timeshare situation.

From TheHuddle

Mar 5 8:10am ET

The Arizona Cardinals will weigh options at running back with James Conner, and Chase Edmonds set to hit free agency. The two Cardinals running backs combined for 1,344 rushing yards, 80 receptions for 686 yards, and 20 total touchdowns last season. "I think things keep changing philosophically," Cardinals General Manager Steve Keim. "I understand that analytically, it tells you that the best backs come as a whole in rounds three through six, but at the same time, when you have one that is a difference-maker or you think is special or brings something to the table like leadership and toughness, it's hard to put a price on those guys." Conner reportedly wants to return to Arizona after producing 752 yards and 15 rushing touchdowns on 202 carries in 2021. He added 37 receptions on 39 targets for 375 receiving yards and another three touchdowns as Arizona's most productive running back. Edmonds was a solid complement to Conner, rushing for 592 yards and two touchdowns. He also caught 43 of 53 targets for 311 yards. Arizona has many essential decisions on offense this offseason, starting with extending QB Kyler Murray. It remains to be seen if the Cardinals retain Edmonds or Conner once free agency hits. Stay tuned for further updates.

From RotoBaller

Player Transactions
  • 16-Mar-2022: MIA Chase Edmonds - Signed, Unrestricted FA - Two-year contract (through 2023)
  • 16-Mar-2022: MIA Chase Edmonds - Signed, Unrestricted FA
  • 16-Mar-2022: ARI Chase Edmonds - Declared Free Agent
  • 13-Nov-2021: ARI Chase Edmonds - On IR - high-ankle sprain
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