RB - IND
Free Agent RB Phillip Lindsay has reportedly come to terms with the Indianapolis Colts on a one year deal with contract details yet to be released.
Lindsay was a surprise breakthrough star for the Broncos back in 2018 when he debuted as a undrafted RB out of Colorado as he went off for nine TD's through just eight games started in his first season. The Colorado running back is still not worth too much of a look in fantasy as he is nothing more than a depth add for the Colts as Jonathan Taylor remains firmly implanted atop the Colts depth chart and as the top running back in the league. Lindsay is likely to be used in a similar way that Marlon Mack was used prior to his departure to the Houston Texans which was a very small role resulting in his desire to leave, the depth chart for the Colts will likely also see Nyheim Hines remain in his role as the main pass catching back ahead of Lindsay as well.
Dolphins running back Phillip Lindsay rushed 11 times for 40 yards against the Patriots in Week 18.
Between the Texans and Dolphins, Lindsay finishes 2021 with 294 scrimmage yards and two touchdowns. He broke a couple of big plays here and there but was never a legitimate fantasy weapon.
Dolphins running back Phillip Lindsay rushed two times for one yard against the Titans on Sunday afternoon. He also hauled in one pass for eight yards through the air.
After totaling 36 yards last week, Lindsay's production and usage took a step back against the Titans. He's not on the fantasy radar heading into the Dolphins' season finale against New England.
Dolphins running back Phillip Lindsay operated out of a split backfield on Monday night. Both Lindsay and Duke Johnson rushed 13 times. When all was said and done, the former posted 36 yards on the ground.
Despite seeing 13 carries, Lindsay didn't offer much in terms of production. Considering Miami's unstable backfield, he is only on the fantasy radar in very deep leagues.
Dolphins RB Phillip Lindsay has been designated to return from the Reserve/COVID-19 list.
After missing Week 15 due to a positive test, Lindsay will be returning to the active roster. The tricky thing here is that Duke Johnson Jr., a player elevated from the practice squad ahead of Sunday's action, performed extremely well rushing for 137 yards and scoring two touchdowns sharing the backfield with Myles Gaskin. It is hard to see a path for Lindsay to be relevant barring injury to someone else at this point, so there is no need to react to this news much for the purposes of fantasy football.
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