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Top Corey Clement News

  • Corey Clement: Back to Cards' practice squad

    Clement reverted to Arizona's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's transaction log.

    Clement played five snaps in Week 9 at Cleveland, all on special teams. Because he's now been elevated the maximum amount of times this season, the Cardinals would have to sign Clement to the active roster in order for him to suit up for Arizona again in 2023.

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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Promoted Saturday

    The Cardinals elevated Clement to their active roster Saturday.

    Clement has spent the better part of the last two years on Arizona's practice squad, but with Emari Demercado (toe) missing this Sunday's contest, Clement has been added to the team's active roster. The veteran running back has appeared in two games for the Cardinals this season, playing strictly on special teams.

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  • Corey Clement: Reverts to practice squad

    Clement reverted to Arizona's practice squad Monday.

    Clement was elevated to the active roster for the second straight week with Keaontay Ingram (neck) out again and logged 13 special-teams snaps. With James Conner (knee) now dealing with an injury as well, Clement could be in line for another elevation Sunday against the Rams, but he's unlikely to see playing time on offense.

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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Brought up from practice squad

    The Cardinals elevated Clement from their practice squad Saturday, Josh Weinfuss of reports.

    Clement will be active on gameday for the second straight week, though he worked exclusively on special teams against San Francisco last Sunday despite the absence of No. 2 back Keaontay Ingram (neck). Ingram is questionable to face Cincinnati this Sunday, but whether or not he is able to go, James Conner figures to get the bulk of the backfield work. With that in mind, Clement isn't a recommend add in fantasy.

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  • Corey Clement: Back to practice squad

    Clement reverted to the Cardinals' practice squad Monday.

    Clement was elevated to the active roster prior to Sunday's 35-16 loss to the 49ers, failing to record a stat while playing eight snaps on special teams. The running back will now await his next promotion while continuing to toil on the practice squad.

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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Elevated to active roster

    Clement was elevated to the Cardinals' active roster Saturday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports.

    The move corresponds with Keaontay Ingram (neck) being listed as questionable for Sunday's contest against the 49ers. If Ingram is ruled out, Clement could fill a depth backfield role behind James Conner and Emari Demercado.

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  • Corey Clement: Rejoins Arizona on practice squad

    Clement was picked up by the Cardinals' practice squad Thursday, Howard Balzer of reports.

    Clement was released by Arizona on Tuesday after failing to beat out Keaontay Ingram and Emari Demercado for a depth backfield spot behind James Conner. He finished the preseason strong with 84 yards on 16 touches in the preseason finale against the Vikings on Saturday. He appeared in nine games for the Cardinals last season, rushing for 55 yards and a touchdown on 15 carries while adding five catches for 54 yards.

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  • Corey Clement: Back to free agency

    The Cardinals are slated to release Clement on Tuesday, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports.

    Clement failed to beat out Keaontay Ingram and Emari Demercado during the preseason, but he won't be subjected to waivers and can immediately begin testing the waters for a depth opportunity elsewhere. In nine appearances with Arizona last season, Clement turned 15 carries into 55 yards and one touchdown. He also caught five of seven targets for 54 yards.

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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: May be slipping down depth chart

    Clement carried the ball 14 times for 79 yards in Saturday's 18-17 preseason win over Minnesota.

    Clement worked behind both Keaontay Ingram and Emari Demercado for the second consecutive week, suggesting he may be slipping down the Arizona depth chart. Positively, he did run well, tallying long gains of 29 and 10 yards. James Conner is projected to handle a significant amount of the carries out of Arizona's backfield, so regardless of exactly where Clement slots in on the depth chart, he isn't likely to see many snaps with the offensive unit.

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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Receives three touches Saturday

    Clement tallied two carries for three yards and gathered in one of two targets for four yards during Saturday's 38-10 preseason loss to the Chiefs.

    Clement was the fourth Cardinals running back to enter the game behind top option James Conner, Keaontay Ingram and undrafted rookie Emari Demercado, while Ty'Son Williams didn't see the field at all. Despite the potential demotion, Clement remains behind Conner and Ingram and ahead of Demercado and Williams on the team's third unofficial depth chart of the preseason, per Jose M. Romero of The Arizona Republic. Clement's performance in Saturday's exhibition at Minnesota ultimately may determine whether or not he survives cut downs with a spot on Arizona's roster.

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  • Cardinals' Corey Clement: Records nine touches Friday

    Clement had six carries for 15 yards and hauled in all three targets for 13 yards during Friday's 18-17 preseason victory against the Broncos.

    Clement handled the first touch of the game for the Cardinals (a five-yard connection with quarterback Colt McCoy) and received touches in three of the team's initial four possession. The overall output was nothing to write home about -- 2.5 yards per carry, 4.3 yards per catch -- but with James Conner and Keaontay Ingram (abdomen) unavailable, Clement may be the current leader for the No. 3 RB role in Arizona. Ty'Son Williams, Clement's main competitor, did have 10 rushes for 51 yards, but he got run in every quarter, while Clement was out of the game by the middle of the second quarter. Clement will continue to work toward locking down the aforementioned gig on Saturday, Aug. 19 versus the Chiefs.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-10, 220 lbs
Birthplace: Glassboro, NJ
Age: 29
School: Wisconsin
Experience: 7