Darrell Henderson Jr.
RB - JAC - OUT
Week 13 Outlook
Darrell Henderson Jr. is officially inactive for for the Jaguars’ Week 13 matchup with Detroit.
Henderson will remain inactive for the second consecutive game since joining the Jaguars. With Travis Etienne active, fantasy managers should expect Etienne to continue to see the bulk of the work in the Jaguars’ backfield.
Doug Pederson said with Travis Etienne expected to play on Sunday, Darrell Henderson will likely be inactive on Sunday.
With Etienne reportedly good to go, JaMycal Hasty should remain the No. 2 running back for the Jaguars on Sunday against the Lions.
Darrell Henderson Jr. is inactive for Week 12 and will not play against the Baltimore Ravens.
Henderson Jr. was unlikely to suit up after being claimed off waivers by the Jaguars on Wednesday, not giving the running back enough time to get familiar with the offensive playbook in time to play Sunday. Henderson Jr. will we worth monitoring in the coming weeks to see how much of an impact his arrival will have on Travis Etienne's workload going forward.
Darrell Henderson Jr. was claimed off of waivers by the Jaguars on Wednesday.
It didn't take long for Henderson to find a new home, as he will settle in Jacksonville after being waived by the Rams. The running back will likely serve as a change-of-pace back behind Travis Etienne, but it is possible that he could dig into Etienne's role a bit. Henderson is a solid handcuff in fantasy now, as his role in this offense won't be known for another week or two when he gets familiar with the playbook. Etienne managers shouldn't panic just yet, but a move like this could impact the upside he has had the last few weeks.
RB Darrell Henderson Jr. was waived by the Rams on Tuesday.
The move is a pretty big surprise- despite Henderson's recent struggles, nothing suggested the Rams would simply let him go this season. His release indicates something of a white flag from Los Angeles, who at 3-7 will likely look ahead to rookie RB Kyren Williams to see what he can offer. With Cam Akers struggling similarly to Henderson, Williams figures to slide in as the starter as early as Week 12. Henderson, meanwhile, will look to latch onto another team in the coming days.