Christopher Ivory
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According to Manish Mehta of the New York Daily News, Jets running back Chris Ivory will play against the Miami Dolphins on Sunday. (Source: Manish Mehta)

Fantasy Impact: This was expected, but the question will be how many touches Ivory handles. An earlier report mentioned the Jets coaching staff being worried Ivory might not make it through the entire game, so they may limit his touches to keep him healthy. Consider him a mid-range RB2 in a decent matchup against the Dolphins.

Category: Injury Updates

Chris Ivory made it through a full practice Thursday according to a story from ESPN's Ohm Youngmisuk. Head coach Todd Bowles said that Ivory was scheduled to go in their game Sunday in London. Ivory missed last week's game with a quad injury. (Source: ESPN)

Fantasy Impact: This good news for Ivory owners. The New York running back has had modest fantasy production in two games (148 rushing yards, and 2 TDs), but the Jets use Ivory along with Bilal Powell for a decent running attack.

Category: Injury Updates

EDSFootball | Oct 4th
Despite being active last week, it was a goose egg (no snaps) for New York Jets running back Chris Ivory last week as he watched from the sidelines. Today at Wembley Stadium in London, Ivory got a heavy workload and made the Miami Dolphins pay. Carrying the ball 29 times, Ivory rushed for a career-high 166 yards and a touchdown. Ivory now has nine career 100-yard games and his previous career high...
Fantasy Football Maniax | Oct 4th
I would consider Ivory a mere flex play, the Jets were not very forthright about his injury status. The good news is they probably won't fly him to London with no intention of playing him. If he plays, he has RB2 upside against a horrific Dolphins run defense.
Breaking Football | Oct 4th
London games rarely yield amazing stats but its not a bad matchup and its not a "true" road game
Athlon Sports | Oct 4th
As has been the case this season, the fantasy owners need to pay particular attention to the lengthy list of injured running backs. There’s some good news with the potential return of some key ball carriers, but there’s also those who are in danger of not taking the field today. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Sep 27th
According to Ian Rapoport, Chris Ivory expects to play in Week 3 and Eric Decker is out with a PCL sprain at home against the Philadelphia Eagles today. With Ivory likely to play, Bilal Powell is not as intriguing of a fantasy option anymore and he should be relegated to the bench or waiver wire.... Read More
Athlon Sports | Sep 27th
Week 2 was brutal in terms of injuries, as the list of running backs this week is longer than ever. There are plenty of big names on the injury report, so your backfield's depth may be tested this week. It's always hard to trust a player that has been injured all week, even if they have been solid for your team so far. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Breaking Football | Sep 21st
New York Jets running back Chris Ivory is expected to start against the Indianapolis Colts on Monday Night Football. Ivory reportedly was dealing with a…
Athlon Sports | Sep 20th
While most of the questionable players were in the 1 p.m. ET games this week (fantasy owners breathe a sigh of relief), there are still several noteworthy players on the injury reports for the later games. Read the full story on Athlon Sports
Breaking Football | Sep 20th
The New York Jets enjoyed a balanced week one win, largely thanks to star running back Chris Ivory pounding his way to 90+ rushing yards…
Athlon Sports | Sep 17th
Week 1 is in the books and with that the fantasy football season is officially under way! There were plenty of surprises in Week 1 and hopefully you took the smart approach and started Tyler Eifert, Carlos Hyde, Chris Ivory and Jordan Matthews — just to name a few.  Read the full story on Athlon Sports
RotoBaller | Sep 5th
BALLER MOVE: Target Starting in Seventh Round CURRENT ADP: Overall #79, RB #29 ANALYSIS: Over the last two seasons, it could be argued that Chris Ivory was the most reliable offensive weapon for the New York Jets. Ivory averaged a very respectable 4.35 YPC over the last two years and topped 800 yards in both seasons. Heading... Read More
Yahoo! Sports | Aug 24th
There's a large contingent of football fans that staunchly believe preseason games are completely inconsequential. To these naysayers, they're nothing more than an evaluation phase for head coaches looking to comprise the best 53-man roster possible. However, most fanatics would vehemently disagree. Exhibition action gives owners the opportunity to gain invaluable insight into potential sleepers a...
RotoBaller | Aug 13th
Since joining the Jets in 2013, Chris Ivory has led the team in carries both years. That isn’t exactly saying a whole lot, as he failed to crack 200 carries in either season. That said, the Jets did bring in some real competition last year in former star Chris Johnson. This year the Jets have... Read More