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Nov 19, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 12, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Nov 5, 2023 1 2 2.0 2 0
Oct 29, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Oct 22, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Jackson looked poised to contribute as a multi-down Fantasy asset last season after Jonathan Taylor got hurt, but injuries of his own prevented that from happening. His peak performance came in Week 6 of last season when he had 10 receptions on 10 targets, but his passing game involvement only dissolved from there. Jackson has a chance to make a Fantasy impact early with Taylor on the PUP list and Zack Moss recovering from a broken arm that threatens his status for Week 1. Those absences could leave Jackson to split Week 1 duties with fifth-round rookie Evan Hull, provided Indianapolis doesn't add to the backfield prior to the matchup with the Jaguars.

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2023 16 1.14 2 5 14 -2-0.5
2022 236 3.47 1 1 30 209 1 483
2021 31 2.38 1 80.9
3y Avg. 134 3.35 1 0 15 104 0 151.2
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Fantasy News

  • Giants' Deon Jackson: Remaining in New York

    Jackson signed a reserve/future contract with the Giants on Monday, Charlotte Carroll of The Athletic reports. Jackson made appearances with the Colts and Browns this season, before ultimately finding his way to the Giants. The Duke product ended up totaling four appearances on the year, with 14 carries for 16 yards and five catches on six targets for 14 more yards through the air. He'll now have an opportunity to carve out a bigger role next season in New York.
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  • Deon Jackson: Back with Giants' practice squad

    The Giants signed Jackson to their practice squad Wednesday, Ryan Dunleavy of the New York Post reports. Just a couple days after cutting him, the Giants have now decided to bring Jackson back on board. As long as Saquon Barkley and Matt Breida remain healthy, Jackson's path to playing time is still virtually nonexistent.
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  • Deon Jackson: Cut by G-Men

    The Giants waived Jackson on Monday, Field Yates of ESPN reports. Jackson has appeared in four games for three different teams this season. He rushed one time for two yards in one appearance for the Giants. Jackson will look for yet another team to give him a shot.
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  • Giants' Deon Jackson: Healthy inactive for Week 11

    Jackson (coach's decision) is inactive ahead of Sunday's game against the Commanders, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Jackson will be a healthy scratch for the second time since signing with the Giants in late October. The 24-year-old running back has spent time with Cleveland, Indianapolis and New York this season, recording 30 total yards on 19 touches.
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  • Giants' Deon Jackson: Clears concussion protocol

    Jackson cleared league concussion protocol Thursday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Jackson sat out of Sunday's game at Dallas as he dealt with a concussion, but it now looks like he'll be available for Week 11. In his first and only appearance with the Giants thus far, he took one carry for two yards.
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  • Giants' Deon Jackson: Won't face Dallas

    Jackson (concussion) is ruled out for Sunday's road matchup against the Cowboys, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Jackson won't be eligible to retake the field until he's fully cleared the NFL's five-step concussion protocol. The depth running back should have a good chance to return to health in time to suit up on the road versus Washington in Week 11.
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  • Giants' Deon Jackson: Healthy scratch for Week 8

    Jackson is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Jets, Jordan Raanan of ESPN.com reports. Jackson was signed to the active roster by the Giants on Tuesday after he was cut by Cleveland one day earlier. New York is in need of running back depth with Gary Brightwell (hamstring) and Eric Gray (calf) landing on IR this week, but the team has opted to look to the also recently signed Jashaun Corbin to back up Saquon Barkley and Matt Breida against the Jets. Jackson may need an injury ahead of him before he's able to to see action for the Giants.
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  • Giants' Deon Jackson: Snapped up by Giants

    The Giants claimed Jackson from waivers Tuesday, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Jackson was signed to the Browns' active roster Saturday, played seven snaps on special teams Sunday against the Colts and was cut by the team Monday. Rather than going unclaimed, Jackson was picked up by the Giants, who are in need of backfield depth with Eric Gray (calf) placed on injured reserve, while Saquon Barkley (elbow) and Gary Brightwell (hamstring) are both questionable for the Week 8 game against the Jets.
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  • Deon Jackson: Cut by Cleveland

    Jackson was waived by the Browns on Monday, Zac Jackson of The Athletic reports. If Jackson goes unclaimed, he will be a candidate to land back on the Browns' practice squad. He's suited up for three games this season between his time with the Colts and Browns, primarily as a depth option in the backfield and a special-teams contributor. He saw seven snaps (23 percent) in the latter department in Sunday's game versus Indianapolis.
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  • Browns' Deon Jackson: Signed to active roster

    The Browns signed Jackson to the active roster Saturday. Jackson has been on Cleveland's practice squad since Week 3 after suiting up the first two weeks of the season. With Kareem Hunt (thigh) questionable for Week 7, it looks like the Browns are opting to add depth in the backfield. Jackson accumulated 14 yards on 13 carries to go along with 14 yards through the air on five receptions during his two games earlier this year.
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  • Deon Jackson: Joins Browns' practice squad

    Cleveland signed Jackson to its practice squad Tuesday. A few days after being cut loose by Indianapolis, Jackson has now found another opportunity with a different team. As long as Jerome Ford, Kareem Hunt and Pierre Strong remain healthy though, it's unlikely Jackson will see any game action anytime soon.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: Limited to special teams

    Jackson did not have a carry or a target in Sunday's win at Houston. He played just one snap on special teams and none on offense with the return of Zack Moss from a broken forearm. Moss took over as the primary running back and had every touch of the team's backfield usage (18 carries for 88 yards and four receptions on four targets for 19 yards), while Jackson and Jake Funk were not used. It's possible Jackson could get more involved in Week 3 as a pass catcher, as the Colts were playing with a large lead most of the game. However, Jackson's two lost fumbles Week 1 also may have him in a doghouse that could take some time to get out of.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: Could have less competition

    Jackson could see additional work if Zack Moss (forearm), who was downgraded to doubtful for Sunday's game, is unable to play, Stephen Holder of ESPN.com reports. Holder suggests Jackson would be the team's listed starter in the event Moss was unable to play, but the prevailing expectation is that Evan Hull would also see opportunities and could even see work in passing situations despite Jackson's acumen (30 catches, 209 yards last year) in that area. The third-year back never saw more than 13 carries in a game despite nominal starter Jonathan Taylor missing extensive time at various points last season, so it remains to be seen how much work Jackson can get in Week 1.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: RBs to Sit

    We'll see what the Colts do with their running back rotation this week with Jackson and Evan Hull, but neither are safe starting options, even in deep leagues. Anthony Richardson should do most of the work on the ground, and Jackson and Hull will likely need to score a touchdown to have a productive Fantasy outing. I would lean toward Jackson over Hull as a flex option this week if you're stuck, but this isn't a great running back situation until Jonathan Taylor (ankle) returns, if at all, in Week 5 following his stint on the PUP list.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: Could share Week 1 snaps with Moss

    Jackson could face competition for touches out of the backfield Sunday against the Jaguars from Zack Moss (arm), who was a limited practice participant Wednesday. Prior reports had suggested that Moss was unlikely to be ready to make his season debut until Week 2 or 3, but he now seems to have at least some chance of being ready to play Sunday, per JJ Stankevitz of the Colts' official site. If so, Moss would likely work in some form of a committee with Jackson and possibly Evan Hull, giving Indianapolis the most unsettled backfield in the league. Jackson becomes a much more attractive Week 1 fantasy play if Moss ends up missing the game, though even in that scenario, Jackson is far from a bankable lineup option in most leagues.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: Week 1 Waiver Priority List

    The Colts backfield is a mess with Jonathan Taylor (ankle) on the PUP list and Zack Moss (arm) not expected to play in Week 1. That could allow Jackson to start in Week 1 against Jacksonville, which makes him worth a late-round pick in all leagues, as well as someone to add for up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB. Now, we could see a situation where Evan Hull (11 percent rostered) gets more work than Jackson early on. And when Moss (27 percent) and eventually Taylor is healthy then Jackson could be irrelevant. But, for now, Jackson is a good stash candidate to add to your bench just to see what happens against the Jaguars.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: Could start with Taylor on PUP

    Jackson appears to be the likely starting running back for the Colts with Jonathan Taylor (ankle) placed on the reserve/PUP list, though Zack Moss could return from a broken arm by Week 1, Dianna Russini and James Boyd of The Athletic report. Indy's running back situation without Taylor is unsettled heading into a Week 1 matchup against Jacksonville. Jackson got the start in two of three preseason games (including the preseason finale) but could share playing time with rookie Evan Hull. Moss also sounds like the clear lead running back with Taylor out if he's able to return. The Colts could also claim a veteran on waivers and cloud the situation even further. Either way, there's a decent chance Jackson gets a significant amount of snaps in the backfield early in the season.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: Underwhelms in preseason start

    Jackson had three carries for eight yards and had two receptions for 15 yards on two targets in Saturday's preseason win over Chicago. Jackson got the start at running back, but the Colts rested every starter on offense. Jackson wasn't as impressive as the first preseason game (six carries for 35 yards) but that may have been a byproduct of working with the second-team offensive line. With top running back Jonathan Taylor (ankle) on the PUP list and Zack Moss out with a broken arm, Jackson could enter the regular season as the top running back. However, the Colts could sign a veteran late in camp if Taylor remains out.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: Sidelined by quad injury

    Jackson (quad) did not practice Thursday does not expect to play in Saturday's preseason game at Buffalo, the team's official web site reports. With top running back Jonathan Taylor (ankle) on the PUP list and Zack Moss out with a broken arm, the Colts signed Jason Huntley on Wednesday to add depth to the running back room. If Jackson is able to quickly move past his injury, he could have a significant role with the Colts if Taylor remains sidelined for the start of the regular season. However, the Colts may add a veteran instead of giving Jackson a look in a leading role in that scenario.
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  • Colts' Deon Jackson: Misses practice with injury

    Jackson missed Tuesday's practice with an undisclosed injury, Mike Chappell of Fox 59 Indianapolis reports. While the nature or severity of Jackson's injury isn't clear, his absence from practice is less than ideal for a Colts squad that will head into its preseason opener Saturday versus the Bills with top running back Jonathan Taylor (ankle) on the PUP list and Zack Moss out with a broken arm. In light of the injuries to Taylor, Moss and Jackson, the Colts signed Jason Huntley on Wednesday to add depth to the running back room. If Jackson is able to quickly move past his injury, he could have a significant role with the Colts if Taylor remains sidelined for the start of the regular season. However, the Colts are also reportedly in talks to sign free agent Kareem Hunt, so they may add a veteran instead of giving Jackson a look in a leading role in that scenario.
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