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Sony Michel

Sony Michel

RB -

Height: 5' 11"Weight: 215 lbsAge: 29College: Georgia

2024 Outlook

Draft Rank (ECR) N/A
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Sony Michel retires from the NFL

Sony Michel has announced his retirement, per Rams’ head coach Sean McVay.

Fantasy Impact

Michel played five seasons in the NFL with the Patriots, Rams, and Chargers. The 28-year-old finishes his NFL career with 3,243 rushing yards and 18 rushing touchdowns on 779 carries and as a two-time Super Bowl champion.

Jesse Garcia44 weeks ago
Sony Michel signs with Rams

The Los Angeles Rams are signing RB Sony Michel, bringing him back for a second stint with the organization.

Fantasy Impact

Michel was a part of the Rams in 2021 when the team won the Super Bowl, rushing for 845 yards and four touchdowns. After being a part of the Chargers in 2022, Michel is again staying in LA. He’ll likely be a part of the team’s rotation at running back alongside Cam Akers and Kyren Williams potentially as the team’s RB3 and a goal-line back.

Sony Michel waived by the Chargers

To make room on their roster for Joey Bosa, the Chargers waived running back Sony Michel.

Fantasy Impact

Michel has not played since Week 11. He will likely look for a backup role next season.

Ari Koslow1 year ago
Sony Michel tallies six touches in Week 3

Sony Michel tallied 22 rushing yards on five carries and caught one of his two targets for nine yards in a loss to Jacksonville.

Fantasy Impact

Michel actually logged one more rushing attempt than Austin Ekeler did. The Chargers were unfortunately forced to abandon the run game after the Jaguars went up by 21 late in the third quarter. Michel likely will not hold stand alone value but is a handcuff to Austin Ekeler owners. The Chargers will take on the winless Texans in Week 4.

Jesse Garcia2 years ago
Sony Michel gets red zone opportunity Thursday

Sony Michel totaled 19 yards on four carries and one reception Thursday night against the Chiefs.

Fantasy Impact

Michel's Week 2 numbers don't jump off the page, but his goal-line opportunity does. Michel had a chance to find paydirt from the one-yard line in the first quarter, but couldn't manage to get in. As long as the Chargers' coaching staff continues to give Michel goal-line work, Austin Ekeler will be denied crucial opportunities to score.

Dan Lovi2 years ago