RB - New England Patriots
Kevin Harris rushed for four yards on three carries in the Patriots’ 17-3 loss to the Jets. He caught his lone target for four yards.
Harris operated as the primary backup to Ezekiel Elliott in Sunday’s loss. The 23-year-old had a quiet season and only really saw playing time after Rhamondre Stevenson landed on injured reserve. With a potential coaching change coming for the Patriots, it is unclear if Harris will have a role in the offense in 2024.
Kevin Harris rushed for 15 yards on two carries in the Patriots’ 27-21 loss to Buffalo. Harris caught 2-of-2 targets for 54 yards.
Harris’ 48 yard reception was the longest play of the day for the Patriots. Harris will likely remain the backup running back heading into a Week 18 matchup with the Jets. Fantasy managers can comfortably leave Harris on the waiver wire.
Kevin Harris carried the ball seven times for 21 yards in the Patriots' 26-23 Week 16 win over the Denver Broncos.
Harris has provided modest production as the current backup option behind starter Ezekiel Elliott with Rhamondre Stevenson sidelined, finishing with at least 20 rushing yards in two games for the Patriots. Fantasy managers will be better off trusting a more consistent option than Harris ahead of a tough Week 17 matchup against the Buffalo Bills.
Kevin Harris rushed for 25 yards and a touchdown on four carries in Sunday's 27-17 loss to the Chiefs.
Harris saw his first action of the season on Sunday. The second-year back was elevated from the Patriots' practice squad to play behind veteran Ezekiel Elliott who drew another start in place of Rhamondre Stevenson (ankle). Harris did not do much until his fourth and final carry of the game, which he took for 18 yards into the end zone. It's unclear at this point if Stevenson will return to the field this season, so Harris could continue to see some playing time the rest of the way.
The Patriots have elevated RB Kevin Harris from their practice squad for Thursday’s matchup with the Steelers.
Harris will join the active roster Thursday as the Patriots will be without Rhamondre Stevenson due to an ankle injury. Harris has yet to appear in a game this season and will likely just be a depth option against Pittsburgh.