Chase Edmonds, RB:
Chase Edmonds may not be seen as a huge improvement on the run game, but he had been splitting carries heavily with Kenyan Drake and James Conner the past 2 years. Edmonds dealt with injuries in 2021 and missed 5 games, but before that unlucky stretch Edmonds had not missed a game since 2019 per draftsharks.com .
Arizona wasn’t the most run dominant team, but during his tenure there Edmonds provided very high quality yardage averaging 4.85 YPC the last 2 seasons. Under McDaniel’s new offense and an improved offensive line, Edmonds should be able to take advantage of his efficiency running the rock.
Edmonds is also very efficient in the receiving game, is lighting fast and can be a real headache for opposing defenses if they want to take Waddle, or Hill away.
Chase Edmonds by the numbers, last 2 seasons – Rushing:
- 213 Carries
- 1,040 Yards
- 4.85 YPC
- 3 TD’s
Chase Edmonds by the numbers, last 2 seasons – Receiving:
- 116 Targets
- 96 Catches
- 713 Yards
- 4 TD’s
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Chase Edmonds ran a 4.55 40-Yard dash at the NFL Combine.