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2023 Rushing

Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Longest Rush
Fumbles Lost
Regular Season 7 2 0.3 0 6 0

Top Keaontay Ingram News

  • Cardinals' Keaontay Ingram: Handles two carries in loss

    Ingram rushed two times for six yards in Sunday's 31-28 loss to the Giants.

    Ingram was a nonfactor in the Cardinals' offense Sunday, as he played just 10 of Arizona's 65 offensive snaps in the contest. Fellow running back James Conner, however, played 47 snaps and handled 23 carries for 106 yards and a touchdown. Barring an injury to Conner, Ingram should remain far off the fantasy radar going forward. The 23-year-old will likely have a difficult time seeing much playing time when the Cardinals host the Cowboys in Week 3.

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  • Cardinals' Keaontay Ingram: Treads water in Week 1

    Ingram had five carries for minus-4 yards during Sunday's 20-16 defeat at Washington.

    Ingram's first four rushes all went for negative yardage, including three of them for minus-3 yards, so his final carry for six yards canceled out two of those losses. He also didn't get much run on offense (seven snaps), with James Conner easily pacing Cardinals running backs with 52 (of 62) plays and 19 touches for 70 yards from scrimmage. As a result, Ingram remains a fantasy non-entity without some sort of absence from Conner.

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  • Cardinals' Keaontay Ingram: Four carries in preseason finale

    Ingram carried the ball four times for 20 yards in Saturday's 18-17 preseason win over the Vikings. He also recorded one reception for three yards.

    Ingram was the first back on the field with James Conner sitting out, and he played two offensive possessions. He ends the preseason with 11 carries for 48 yards and a touchdown and will enter the regular season as the second running back on the Arizona depth chart.

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  • Cardinals' Keaontay Ingram: Looking good for RB2 role

    Ingram is the frontrunner for the No. 2 RB job after taking nine touches for 48 yards in Saturday's preseason loss to Kansas City, according to Tyler Drake of Arizona Sports.

    Ingram came back strong in the second week of the preseason after an abdominal injury kept him out for most of training camp and the first exhibition. It helps that the Cardinals don't have much else behind starter James Conner, otherwise relying on veteran special teamer Corey Clement, 2021 UDFA Ty'Son Williams and undrafted rookie Emari Demercado. Conner's injury history makes the RB2 role in Arizona all the more interesting, even after Ingram's rough rookie season with 31 touches for only 81 yards.

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  • Cardinals' Keaontay Ingram: Not likely to play Friday

    Ingram (abdomen) isn't expected to play in Friday's preseason game against the Broncos, Tyler Drake of reports.

    Ingram has missed the majority of training camp to date as he tends to an abdominal injury. It's unclear if starter James Conner will join Ingram on the sideline, but if he does, the Cardinals' available running backs for the exhibition opener will be Corey Clement, Ty'Son Williams, Emari Demercado and Stevie Scott.

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  • Cardinals' Keaontay Ingram: Should be back soon

    Head coach Jonathan Gannon said he hopes Ingram (abdomen) will be back at practice "pretty soon," Howard Balzer of reports.

    Ingram has been rehabbing on a side field to start training camp, but it sounds like his abdominal issue is minor. If available, Ingram figures to operate as the Cardinals' No. 1 running back during the preseason, as it's unlikely veteran James Conner sees many snaps until the regular season. Ingram is competing for the top backup spot with Corey Clement, Ty'Son Williams, Marlon Mack and Emari Demercado.

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  • Cardinals' Keaontay Ingram: Tending to injury

    Ingram is tending to an undisclosed injury in the early stages of training camp, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports.

    The first full week of camp has seen Ingram suited up for practice but spending his time on the side during drills, per Tyler Drake of Considering James Conner may not see many, if any, snaps during the preseason, Arizona added six-year pro Marlon Mack to its backfield Friday. As such, the team's backs not named Conner, Ingram and Mack are Corey Clement, Ty'Son Williams and Emari Demercado.

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  • Cardinals' Keaontay Ingram: Records just 31 touches as rookie

    Ingram finished his rookie campaign with 27 carries for 60 yards and one touchdown and four catches (on five targets) for 21 yards in 12 appearances.

    A 2022 sixth-round pick, Ingram was a healthy scratch for the first five games before making his debut Week 6. Despite numerous injuries in the backfield and the Cardinals cutting Eno Benjamin in early November, Ingram mustered three-plus touches in just three different contests and sputtered to 2.2 yards per carry. James Conner remains under contract with the team through 2024, but as the roster currently stands Ingram and Ty'Son Williams are the only other RBs ahead of the upcoming season. Arizona's new coaching staff and offseason moves may dictate how much work Ingram is able to squeeze out behind Conner, but the latter's injury history indicates the former could make a much larger mark in his second year as a pro.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-0, 221 lbs
Birthplace: Carthage, TX
Age: 23
School: USC
Experience: 2