Chase Edmonds

  • Height
    5' 9"
  • Weight
    205 lbs
  • BMI
    30.3 (54th)
Chase Edmonds headshot
  • Draft Pick
    4.34 2018
  • College
    Fordham
  • Age
    26.2

Chase Edmonds Bio & Season Stats

Year Games Atts Rush Yds YPC Rec Rec Yds TD Fantasy Pts/Game
2021 12 116 592 5.1 43 311 2 11.9 (#23)
2020 16 97 448 4.6 53 402 5 10.5 (#32)
2019 10 60 303 5.0 12 105 5 8.3 (#48)
2018 16 60 208 3.5 20 103 2 3.9 (#74)
  • College Dominator
    34.1% (80th)
  • College YPC
    5.4 (49th)
  • College Target Share
    -
  • SPARQ-x
    117.1 (71st)

Chase Edmonds Advanced Stats & Metrics

Value Over Stream

+3.2
(#64)

Value Over Stream: Valuation scheme calculates a player’s fantasy pts/game over the average waiver wire replacement in standard fantasy league formats during either the current season (or previous year during the offseason) and adjusts for positional bust rates. VOS rank in parenthesis spans all positions, enabling player comparisons across QB's, RB's, WR's, and TE's.

2021

Total Touches

2021

Opportunity Share

2021

Fantasy Points

Chase Edmonds ADP

112.70
(-1.85)
Average Draft Position (2022)
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10.05 Pick
RB36 Rank

Chase Edmonds News & Analysis

Popularity Index

#174

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Chase Edmonds Injury History

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Injury Reports
Hip injury
Week 16 (2020)
0
1
Ankle sprain
Week 14 (2020)
0
2
Hamstring strain
Week 8 (2019)
3
3
Toe sprain
Week 17 (2021)
0
0

Chase Edmonds College Stats

Year Games Rush Atts Rush Yrds TDs Rec Rec Yrds Tgt Share Age School
2014 14 (RB) 294 1,838 (23 tds) 24 19 121 0.0% 18 Fordham
2015 12 (RB) 251 1,648 (20 tds) 25 31 383 0.0% 19 Fordham
2016 11 (RB) 257 1,799 (19 tds) 20 25 272 0.0% 20 Fordham
2017 7 (RB) 136 577 (5 tds) 5 11 129 0.0% 21 Fordham

Who is Chase Edmonds

It didn’t take long for Chase Edmonds to show the recruiters wrong, though. Starting 14 games as a freshman, he rushed for 1,838 yards and 23 scores, winning the 2014 Jerry Rice Award as NCAA FCS Freshman of the Year. In his sophomore 2015 season, he earned Second Team AP All-American honors and won ECAC and Patriot League Offensive Player of the Year honors. In 2016, he became a consensus First Team All-American. Edmonds’ career college stats were exemplary - 5,862 rushing yards, most ever in the Patriot League and fifth-most in FCS history. His 67 rushing scores were fourth-most in FCS history.

With great agility, average burst and a modest 4.55 40 time, Edmonds was a fourth-round pick by the Arizona Cadinals in 2018. Spending most of his first two years on Special Teams and backing up David Johnson, he saw less than a 25-percent snap share. His lone 2019 shining moment came Week 7 when, after Johnson was forced out after one carry, Edmonds filled in to the tune of 126 rushing yards and three scores, finishing as that week’s fantasy RB1. In only his second career start the following week, he was lost to a hamstring injury. The next time he saw the field, the starting job belonged to Kenyan Drake; Chase saw two carries the rest of the year.

In 2020, Edmonds’ role grew. Removed from special teams, Chase saw backfield action in every game. With Johnson gone, Chase was Drake’s primary backup and Kyler Murray’s receiving back. On one the league’s more pass-happy teams, Edmonds finished top-12 in routes run, target share, targets, receptions, receiving yards and yards per touch. He had two drops on the season. Only a modest 44-percent snap share kept his 2020 fantasy scoring in check, as he posted the No. 32 RB fantasy ranking with 10.5 points per game.

In 2021, the Cardinals reinvented themselves, becoming of the NFL’s more run-centric teams, led by yet another starting RB, this time James Conner. Although Edmonds snap share and target share increased, his routes run dropped from No. 6 to No. 31 and his targets, receptions and receiving yards all fell outside the top-10. Increased rushing volume and improved efficiency on the ground, though, boosted Edmonds to the No. 24 fantasy ranking, almost exactly in line with his ADP heading into the year. Edmonds signed a 2-year contract with Miami totalling $12.1 million with $6.1 million guaranteed, setting him up to be the Dolphins' primary back in 2022. Miami's suddenly high-octane offense paired with Edmonds' all-purpose skillset makes him a value-pick given his early-season ADP and consensus fantasy ranking.