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This Week Outlook
The Patriots have officially ruled out RB Damien Harris for Week 17 with an ankle injury.
This will end the promising young RB's 2020 season. In 10 games Harris logged 691 yards and 2 TDs on 137 touches and looked to gain the trust of HC Bill Belichick. The backfield once again will be shared between Sony Michel and James White when the Pats take on the Jets Sunday afternoon.
Patriots RB Damien Harris (ankle) wasn't spotted in Friday's practice and is unlikely to play in Sunday's Week 17 contest against the Jets.
Harris has missed the last two weeks due an ankle injury and is unlikely to play in the season finale. The Patriots were eliminated from the playoffs and could sit one of their top running backs. If Harris is unable to suit up, look for Sony Michel to be the primary back for the Patriots in Week 17.
Patriots RB Damien Harris (ankle) is inactive for Monday’s Week 16 contest against the Bills.
Harris will miss his second consecutive game due to an ankle injury. He was a limited participant in practice throughout the week, but needs additional time to recover from his ankle issue. Sony Michel and James White will lead the Patriots backfield in Week 16.
Patriots RB Damien Harris was a limited participant again at Friday's practice as he's been dealing with an ankle injury.
Harris missed Week 15 with the ankle, but back-to-back limited practices is a positive sign for his availability Monday night against the Bills. Harris hasn't found the end zone since Week 11 and is a dicey start against a surging Bills defense. Harris should be no more than a desperation FLEX play in deeper leagues.
Damien Harris (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice.
Harris surprisingly didn't play in Week 15 but he now has an extra day to get ready for Monday's Week 16 matchup with the Bills. Fantasy managers should consider the second-year back a TD-dependent RB3 if he's able to play against Buffalo.