College: Ohio State | Rookie
Height: 6'0" | Weight: 208 lbs
Birth Date: 7/16/1997
Depth Chart: WR1.2
2019 Bye Week: 6
Out - hand
Inactive Week 12
Total Pts: 18
Avg Pts: 1.80
Rank: 104 WR
|Week 1||2||Parris Campbell 1 receiving yd (1 pts)|
Parris Campbell 7 rushing yds (1 pts)
|Week 2||7||Parris Campbell 1 receiving TD (6 pts)|
. . . Parris Campbell 12 yd TD pass from Jacoby Brissett
Parris Campbell 12 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 3||2||Parris Campbell 24 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Parris Campbell 24 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 4||2||Parris Campbell 25 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Parris Campbell 25 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Week 9||5||Parris Campbell 53 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Parris Campbell 53 receiving yds (2 pts)
Parris Campbell 27 rushing yds (1 pts)
Parris Campbell 27 rushing yds (1 pts)
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Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (hand) was limited in practice all week but has been ruled out for Thursday night against the Texans. Campbell is making progress, but he's targeting a return in December. With T.Y. Hilton (calf) on the verge of a return and with Zach Pascal, Marcus Johnson and Chester Rogers also in the fold, the rookie is unlikely to have much of a role when he returns from his injury to close out the season. There is long-term intrigue, though, which is why Campbell needs to be stashed in dynasty/keeper leagues. He should be left to the waiver wire in redraft formats.
Indianapolis Colts running back Jordan Wilkins (ankle) and rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (hand) were both listed as limited participants in Tuesday's estimation of their walkthrough practice. Wilkins was inactive in Week 11 but looks to be on track to play in Week 12 on Thursday against the Texans. It's notable with Marlon Mack (hand) out up to a month, but Jonathan Williams remains the more likely candidate for early down work on Thursday with Mack sidelined. Nyheim Hines should maintain his role as a third-down pass-catcher. Williams is the running back to target off waivers if you're in need, although both Williams and Wilkins could wind up sharing touches. Campbell is making progress but isn't expected to return until next month. He's a fine dynasty stash, but we wouldn't expect much fantasy production from him in redraft leagues the rest of the way.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich has ruled out wide receivers T.Y. Hilton (calf) and Parris Campbell (hand) for Week 11 against the Jaguars. Owners will have to wait until at least Week 12 to get Hilton back in the fold with the fantasy playoffs looming. Zach Pascal has been Indy's top receiving threat with Hilton out, and we should expect Chester Rogers and Marcus Johnson to continue filling out three-receiver sets. The Colts will continue to rely more on the running game and tight ends Eric Ebron and Jack Doyle more, too. The good news for those using Pascal as a WR4/flex in deeper leagues is that quarterback Jacoby Brissett (knee) will be back under center.
Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle (shoulder) and rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (hand) both missed practice on Wednesday. Doyle has scored in back-to-back weeks while accumulating 66 yards on six catches. He's been a touchdown-dependent TE2 for fantasy owners while sharing time with Eric Ebron. His Week 11 status will be important, as Ebron would be firmly on the TE1 map against the Jaguars if Doyle isn't able to play. Campbell had surgery on his hand, missed last Sunday's game and is expected to miss at least one more game. Zach Pascal and Chester Rogers have been the team's top two receivers the last several weeks, but that could change if T.Y. Hilton (calf) is able to make his return. It's unlikely that Campbell will make much noise the rest of the way with Hilton and Devin Funchess (clavicle) coming back soon.
Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (hand) suffered a fractured hand in the Week 9 loss to the Steelers. He underwent surgery on Monday and will be out for several weeks, although he's not being put on Injured Reserve. Campbell has yet to really stand out in his rookie season with 15 catches for 115 yards and a touchdown in six games, and there's no guarantee that he'll be back again this season after this latest injury. With T.Y. Hilton (calf) questionable to return in a great Week 10 matchup against the Dolphins, Zach Pascal, Chester Rogers and Deon Cain could be in three-receiver sets. Pascal would surely be an enticing streaming option as the top wideout, but his upside could be limited if Brian Hoyer is forced to start over Jacoby Brissett (knee).
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell has been quiet for the majority of the year, as he had never had more than 25 yards in a game this season. In Week 9, the Colts got him rolling as he caught all five of his targets for 53 yards. He also added three carries for 27 yards. The Colts have been searching for a consistent third wide receiver with Zach Pascal and T.Y. Hilton holding down the top spots. Campbell still doesn't give you consistent fantasy production, but this was good to see if you own him at all. It helped that Hilton was out with an injury this weekend, and he could be in danger of missing Week 10 as well.
Indianapolis Colts tight end Jack Doyle (groin) and rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) are both active for Week 8 against the Broncos. Neither player is much of a fantasy option, even in deeper leagues. Doyle could be less than 100 percent and has taken a back seat to teammate Eric Ebron this year. He's a low-end, touchdown-dependent TE2. Campbell has long-term upside but has yet to make much of an impact when he's been on the field in a crowded group behind No. 1 T.Y. Hilton. Zach Pascal seems to be the preferred No. 2 behind Hilton at the moment, too. Deon Cain is a healthy scratch with Campbell back in the fold.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said he thinks there's a good chance that rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) will play in Week 8 against the Broncos. Campbell has been out since Week 4 and has only 10 catches (13 targets) for 62 yards and a touchdown in his four games this season. He won't be guaranteed a large snap share alongside the likes of Zach Pascal, Chester Rogers and Deon Cain. It's extremely hit or miss with Indy's pass-catchers outside of T.Y. Hilton, although Pascal has emerged as your best bet in deeper leagues if you're desperate.
Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) was limited in practice on Wednesday and Thursday this week. Campbell has been out since Week 4, but he has a realistic shot to suit up in Week 8 against the Broncos. With T.Y. Hilton firmly entrenched as the No. 1 receiver and with Zach Pascal stepping up the last two weeks, it's doubtful that Campbell will see many targets if he returns this Sunday. For now, he's strictly one to stash for his upside in dynasty/keeper leagues.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich has ruled out rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) for Week 7 against the Texans. It'll be Campbell's second straight missed game. The rookie is strictly a stash in dynasty/keeper leagues at this point. In his absence, it'll be Zach Pascal, Deon Cain and Chester Rogers fighting for more playing time behind T.Y. Hilton. All three are merely dart throws in DFS in deeper leagues in this run-first offense, although Houston's secondary is known to give up big plays through the air.
Indianapolis Colts tight end Eric Ebron (illness) and rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) both missed practice on Thursday. Campbell also missed practice on Wednesday and is on pace to miss his second straight game. He's well off the fantasy radar for now in redraft leagues. Ebron should be fine to play in Week 7 against the Texans, although he's a low-upside, touchdown-dependent TE2 against a Houston defense that has shut down the tight end position in 2019.
Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) did not participate in practice on Wednesday. Campbell hasn't played since Sept. 29 and doesn't look close to returning in Week 7 following the team's bye week. He has 10 catches on 13 targets for 62 yards and a touchdown through four games and is currently only a stash candidate in dynasty leagues. If he missed another game, Zach Pascal, Deon Cain and Chester Rogers will be asked to pick up the slack behind T.Y. Hilton. Hilton would be the only realistic fantasy option in standard-sized leagues despite the good matchup against a banged-up Houston secondary.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said that rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen), linebacker Darius Leonard (concussion) and safety Malik Hooker (knee) will not play in Week 5 against the Chiefs on Sunday night. With T.Y. Hilton (quadriceps) expected to return this weekend, Zach Pascal, Deon Cain and Chester Rogers will attempt to pick up the slack with Campbell inactive. Pascal and Cain might be worth streaming in deep leagues and DFS in a game that could feature plenty of passing for the Colts. Leonard will miss his third straight game. His absence is good news for Chiefs running backs LeSean McCoy, Damien Williams and Darrel Williams. You shouldn't be counting on the Colts Defense against the most potent offense in the NFL on the road.
Indianapolis Colts rookie wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) missed practice for the second straight day on Thursday. It's not looking good for the rookie playing in Week 5 against the Chiefs on Sunday night unless he returns to practice on Friday. With the game being Sunday night, it's impossible to trust Campbell with a starting spot in deeper leagues if he's questionable. If he's inactive, it'll likely be T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal and Deon Cain in three-receiver sets, and the Colts could continue to rely on tight ends Eric Ebron and Jack Doyle more in a game in which they'll likely have to pass more than normal. Running back Nyheim Hines could see more work in the passing game, too, especially with Marlon Mack (ankle) beat up.
Indianapolis Colts head coach Frank Reich said that running back Marlon Mack (ankle) and wide receiver Parris Campbell (abdomen) will be monitored throughout the week in practice. Mack tweaked his ankle in the Week 4 loss to the Raiders, but it was game script late in the game and not his injury that kept him off the field. He finished with a season-low 11 carries for 39 yards and didn't have a single catch. If he's healthy enough for Week 5 against the Chiefs, Mack will remain an RB2, but poor game script could work against him in that one, too. Campbell had five catches on a season-high eight targets for just 25 yards in T.Y. Hilton's (quadriceps) absence. The Colts will likely have to pass frequently against KC on Sunday night, giving Campbell WR4/flex appeal in deeper leagues, especially if Hilton misses another game.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell is somewhat buried on the team's depth chart. In Week 4, he tied for the team lead with eight targets, and he caught five of them. However, it was only for a total of 25 yards. His longest catch on the day was for 15 yards, which means that he averaged just 2.5 yards on his other four receptions. Campbell has the speed to be a big-play threat, but he hasn't been able to do that yet. Until he shows otherwise, he's nothing more than a dart throw in the deepest of leagues.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell has shown some flashes through four weeks, but he hasn't been extremely consistent. Heading into Week 4, the potential for him to have a big week is there. Starting wide receiver T.Y. Hilton (quad) is dealing with an injury that could sideline him for the week, and the Oakland Raiders Defense has given up multiple deep touchdowns so far this season. Unless you're in an extremely deep league, you're not starting him. However, if you're playing DFS, he has a lot of upside at a likely cheap price.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell is likely the team's second wide receiver, but he hasn't gotten a firm hold on the role. In Week 3, he caught all three of his targets for 24 yards. Campbell has big-play ability, but he has to be given more opportunities to make those plays happen. Campbell needs to be owned in all leagues, but he hasn't given you any confidence to start him on a regular basis. Until that changes, we will likely see a lot of stat lines like this week.
In Week 2, Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell caught his lone target, and he turned it into his first career touchdown. On the day, he caught one pass for 12 yards and one touchdown. Campbell caught his touchdown midway through the second quarter, but he didn't see another target the remainder of the game. Occasionally, Campbell is going to come down with a pass or touchdown, but he doesn't have a consistent role in the offense yet. As a result, he should be avoided in fantasy formats.
Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Parris Campbell dealt with a hamstring injury throughout training camp in the preseason. In Week 1, he saw limited action, but his role is about to grow with wide receiver Devin Funchess (Collarbone) now on injured reserve. Campbell operates around the line of scrimmage and on gadget plays that help manufacture touches for him. In Week 2, he has a matchup against the Tennessee Titans. This game could be a rather low scoring game which could limit his overall ceiling for the week. However, with his athleticism, it only takes one play for him to have a big week. You're not relying on him as a starter this week unless you're in a really deep league.