Chris Ivory
Chris Ivory

Chris Ivory

Jacksonville Jaguars

Chris Ivory gained 14 yards on 12 carries and added 9 yards through the air with his lone reception in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.

Fantasy Impact
In his first game back from illness, Ivory did very little for his fantasy owners, accumulating just 23 total yards from scrimmage. While it is promising to see that Ivory outcarried teammate T.J. Yeldon 12 to 6, neither can be considered a fantasy starter at this point. Leave Ivory on the bench until he can prove he deserves otherwise.

Category: Game Recaps

Jacksonville Jaguars RB Chris Ivory (illness) is officially active for Week 3. (Source: Andrew Siciliano on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact
Ivory will be active for the first time in 2016 as he missed the first two games with an illness. Ivory should see a decent-sized workload in Week 3 as T.J. Yeldon struggled as the lone rusher in Jacksonville thus far in 2016. Ivory should be considered a low-end RB2/ Flex play in a tough matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.

Category: Injury Updates

FanSided, Fri, Sep 16th 11:29pm UTC

Denard Robinson fantasy football hype hit its peak a couple of years ago when he looked like the future starter for the Jacksonville Jaguars, but now even an injury to co-starter Chris Ivory isn't enough to boost his stock. In need of a running back for Week 2 already? If you're one of th...

FanSided, Fri, Sep 16th 3:44pm UTC

In good news regarding the mysteriousChris Ivory injury, it doesn't look like whatever illness caused his emergency hospitalization last Sunday will have any long-lasting effect on his health. However, Ian Rapoport reported this morning that Ivory has been officially ruled out Week 2. https:...

Athlon Sports, Sun, Sep 11th 10:30am UTC

Heading into Week 1, fantasy football owners did not expect a lot of injury concerns or question marks. However, with some big names dealing with lingering injuries, setting a starting line-up may not be as easy as once thought. Keep in mind the injury status reports have changed in 2016. Read the full story on Athlon Sports