D'Andre Swift

Overall Rank
RB20
2023
Height
5' 8"
Weight
212 lbs
BMI
32.2
(90th)
Draft Pick
2.03
(2020)
College
Georgia
Age
25.5
Best Comparable Player
Maurice Jones-Drew
Workout Metrics
4.48
82nd
105.3
81st
120.9
63rd
40-Yard Dash
Speed Score
Burst Score
Agility Score
Bench Press
High School Metrics
21.1%
(39th)
College Dominator
6.2
(79th)
College YPC
8.7%
(70th)
College Target Share
D’Andre Swift signs with Bears
4 months ago

D’Andre Swift signs deal with Chicago Bears

Former Eagles running back D’Andre Swift has signed a 3-year deal with the Chicago Bears, joining forces with their new offensive coordinator, Shane Waldron. Swift, who had a standout season with the Eagles, earning him this reward, now has the opportunity to become the lead back for the Bears. He’ll no longer have to share goal-line carries, as he did in Philadelphia’s offense.

 

At 25, Swift is already on his third team in five years. Despite this, he boasts impressive stats, with over 1000 yards rushing and an average of 4.58 yards per carry. Additionally, he recorded 39 receptions and scored a total of 6 touchdowns last season. Notably, he was tackled at the 1-yard line an unusual number of times with the Eagles. With his skillset, expect Swift to take on a prominent role as the lead back in the Bears’ new offensive scheme.

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D'Andre Swift to Bears on 3 Year Deal
4 months ago

D’Andre Swift returns to NFC North joining the Chicago Bears on a 3-Year Deal.

After one season away from the NFC North, D’Andre Swift returns, joining the Chicago Bears on a 3-year deal worth $24 million.  Swift was drafted by the Detroit Lions in 2020 NFL Draft as the 35th overall pick.  After the Lions drafted Jahmyr Gibbs at 12th overall in the 2023 NFL Draft, Swift was then traded to the Philadelphia Eagles.  He put together his best season yet in the pros, he would have had more touchdowns with the Eagles this past season if wasn’t for the famous Tush Push.  He still produced great stats leading him to being one of the most sought-after running backs this free agency.

 

The Bears signed Swift means this will give them a new RB1.  Swift is a do it all running back, so it will be interesting as to what they will do with their number 2 running back whether it be Khalil Herbert or Roschon Johnson is to be seen.  But as for now the Bears have a new number 1 in town by the name of D’Andre Swift.

Kenny Gainwell Leads Two-Minute Eagles’ Offense
11 months ago

Kenny Gainwell continues to stand out in training camp and is the lead running back in the 2-minute offense. 

Despite the addition of D’Andre Swift and Rashaad Penny this off-season, Philadelphia is intent on making this a three-headed backfield in 2023. Kenneth Gainwell is receiving the majority of snaps in the 2-minute offense thus far in training camp. A role that could have more meaning in 2022 with the Eagles facing a much more competitive schedule. 

 

Gainwell was actually No. 16 in target share among running backs in 2021 despite a limited snap count. However, that role didn’t materialize last season, and he failed to garner double-digit opportunities in any regular season game. Although he did seize a much larger role in the playoffs, out-touching Miles Sanders 40 to 36 in three games. 

 

Looking forward to 2023 and Gainwell is clearly No. 3 on the depth chart going into the pre-season. Nonetheless, ahead of him on the depth chart are two running backs with an extensive injury history. Gainwell is capable of filling a rushing or receiving role in this offense, and will have flex upside if either were to miss time.