Rashad Jennings | RB | New York Giants
Posted: 7/24/2014 4:54pm et
New York Giants RB Rashad Jennings is listed as the team's starting running back on the first unofficial depth chart of training camp.
Huddle Up: No surprise here, but just know the looking-healthy David Wilson, Peyton Hillis and fourth-round pick Andre Williams will all be angling for a share of the action.
Posted: 7/23/2014 2:25pm et
New York Giants RBs Rashad Jennings, David Wilson and Andre Williams could be used in a three-man rotation this season to keep Jennings fresh.
Huddle Up: A three-man rotation would scuttle the fantasy value of all backs involved, though Williams is a rookie and Wilson is both injury- and fumble-prone so their spots in the rotation are hardly secure. Jennings remains the safest bet, though it seems the Giants are bent on finding ways to take touches away from him. It's worth noting that Williams has been working as the Giants' goal-line back early in camp.
Posted: 7/21/2014 11:04pm et
New York Giants RB Rashad Jennings is still considered the lead running back, despite RB David Wilson's (neck) clearance for contact.
Huddle Up: Jennings is more what Tom Coughlin is seeking in a feature back, as despite the Giants' new offense he'll still push them to run between the tackles. And, of course, Jennings hasn't been plagued with a raging case of fumblitis.
Posted: 12/12/2013 7:04pm et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings (concussion) practiced in full Thursday, Dec. 12.
Huddle Up: Jennings has been a full practice participant 2 straight days and count on him starting Week 15 against the visiting Chiefs.
Posted: 12/11/2013 7:19pm et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings (concussion) practiced in full Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Huddle Up: Jennings will start this week against the Chiefs and despite the tough matchup he should be considered a RB2 with Darren McFadden expected to miss the the game.
Posted: 12/11/2013 5:12pm et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings (concussion) is participating in practice Wednesday, Dec. 11.
Huddle Up: Take note, especially if you were counting on Marcel Reece this week.
Posted: 12/10/2013 12:10am et
Updating a previous report, Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings has passed his concussion test. He said Monday, Dec. 9, that he expects to be ready to play in Week 15.
Huddle Up: Definitely count on Jennings to return after his untimely Week 14 absence, and look for him to shoulder the majority of the Raiders' RB workload despite Marcel Reece's strong fill-in start Sunday.
Posted: 12/6/2013 8:46pm et
Updating a previous report, Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings (concussion) has still not been cleared to play in the Week 14 game against the New York Jets.
Huddle Up: Jennings has practiced on a limited basis but still hasn't been cleared to play. Darren McFadden is out Sunday but even if Jennings plays he'll be facing the Jets' top ranked rush defense, so owners should go with another option if possible.
Posted: 12/6/2013 12:57am et
Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen said RB Rashad Jennings (concussion) still needs to pass some concussion tests before being cleared to play Week 14. Jennings practiced Thursday, Dec. 5 on a limited basis.
Huddle Up: Be cautiously optimistic about Jennings' chances of playing Sunday as he's been able to practice for 2 straight days. Meanwhile, fellow RB Darren McFadden has been sidelined all week with an ankle issue.
Posted: 12/4/2013 4:04pm et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings (concussion) is participating in practice Wednesday, Dec. 4.
Huddle Up: He gets a tough Jets defense this week, but it looks like Jennings could be playing this week.
Posted: 11/29/2013 11:24pm et
Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen said RB Rashad Jennings (concussion) showed improvement Friday, Nov. 29, after suffering a concussion in the team's Week 13 game. Jennings will have to pass the concussion tests before being cleared to play.
Huddle Up: If Jennings can't play next week against the Jets, Darren McFadden will get the start. The good news for Jennings' owners is since he played on Thursday he'll have extra time to pass the concussion tests.
Posted: 11/29/2013 11:42am et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings (concussion) suffered a concussion during the team's Week 13 game.
Huddle Up: Just as Darren McFadden returns to the lineup, Jennings goes down. He'll have to pass the league's concussion testing to return to the field, but he'll have a couple extra days to do so due to the Thursday game. This may be the opening McFadden needs to return to lead dog status in the Oakland backfield.
Posted: 11/28/2013 10:30pm et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings left Thursday's game in Dallas with 1:48 remaining in the fourth quarter with a concussion. Jennings suffered the injury after taking a knee to the helmet.
Huddle Up: The only good news for Jennings and his fantasy owners is that the injury occurred late as he earlier scored 2 TDs while rushing for 35 yards on 17 carries and catching a pass for a 8 yards. Fellow RB Darren McFadden also returned to limited action after missing the past 3 games with a hamstring issue, and he'll see for more work -- and possibly even return to the starting lineup -- if Jennings has any trouble clearing the concussion protocol tests over the next week or so.
Posted: 11/12/2013 4:05pm et
Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen said RB Rashad Jennings has earned increased playing time, even when RB Darren McFadden (hamstring) returns from his injury. Jennings has 190 rushing yards and has caught nine passes for 93 yards in his last two games filling in for McFadden. 'It's a production business,' Allen said, 'and when he's had the opportunity to go in there, he has produced. When you do that, you get more opportunities.'
Huddle Up: Reading between the lines, it also sounds like Allen and the Raiders are growing weary of McFadden's lack of availability, so look for Jennings to have a role one way or another.
Posted: 10/10/2013 8:41pm et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings (hamstring) was limited in practice Thursday, Oct. 10. It was Jennings' second straight day of practice, and head coach Dennis Allen was 'encouraged' by his progress. However, it's uncertain if Jennings will play in Week 6 versus the Kansas City Chiefs.
Huddle Up: With question marks also swirling around Darren McFadden this week, Marcel Reece looks like the safest Silver & Black RB bet this Sunday in K.C.
Posted: 10/10/2013 11:53am et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings, who left the Week 5 game against the San Diego Chargers due to a hamstring injury, was back at practice Wednesday, Oct. 9.
Huddle Up: If healthy, Jennings would get the start if Darren McFadden can't go, with a little bit of fantasy value as the upside.
Posted: 10/8/2013 12:43pm et
Updating previous reports, Oakland Raiders head coach Dennis Allen said RB Rashad Jennings' (hamstring) injury isn't a big issue.
Huddle Up: With Darren McFadden out, many fantasy GMs started Jennings with high hopes in Week 5, but Marcel Reece also was active and wound up outgaining Jennings (57 total yards-41) on the same number of touches (10) due mainly to his skills as a pass-catcher out of the backfield. Expect more of the same this coming Sunday.
Posted: 10/7/2013 10:50am et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings suffered a hamstring injury in the first half of Week 5 and didn't return. The severity is unknown.
Huddle Up: The Raiders are running thin at running back, with Jennings joining Darren McFadden on the sidelines. Maybe Terrelle Pryor can do both?
Posted: 10/5/2013 12:38pm et
Oakland Raiders RB Rashad Jennings said he is ready for more carries Week 5 if RB Darren McFadden (hamstring) is not able to play. 'I'm always ready,' Jennings said. 'I'm approaching this week the same way I've been approaching any other. I'll be ready for however many carries I get.'
Huddle Up: McFadden is almost certain not to play, so look for Jennings to lead the way against a Chargers' defense giving up over 5.0 yards per carry. Jennings is a strong RB3/Flex play this week.
Posted: 8/14/2013 12:16am et
The Oakland Raiders are counting on RB Rashad Jennings to serve as the backup to RB Darren McFadden, and he tries to keep himself healthy and in shape in every way possible. He eats a gluten-free diet and sticks to organic foods. He also stretches every night, and has a regular routine of pilates, acupuncture, yoga and massage. Jennings also sleeps in a hyperbaric oxygen chamber. 'I love to practice and I love to stay on the field. It keeps you healthy. Playing this game is important to me,' Jennings said. 'The way I eat and take care of my body is pretty important.'
Huddle Up: Count on seeing Jennings early and often this fall as McFadden has missed an average of 4.6 games in each of his 5 seasons, And if even if Run-DMC can avoid injury, it'll likely be because the Raiders will have kept him fresh by using Jennings with regularity.