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Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Date of Birth:  07/16/1997
Age:  25
Height  6'0"
Weight:   205
College:  Ohio State
Drafted:  2019 | Round 2 | Pick 59
Depth Chart:  Starter

Parris Campbell | Colts WR


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Parris Campbell | Colts WR

The Colts activated Parris Campbell (foot) from injured reserve.

Campbell has been out since Week 6 due to his broken foot, but the former second-round pick is back for the regular season finale tomorrow at Jacksonville. It's a win-and-in scenario for the Colts, so getting Campbell back is a nice boost with the postseason on the line.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (foot) has returned to practice.

Team owner Jim Irsay just tweeted the news, so we can assume Campbell was designated to return from injured reserve and will have a chance to get back into game action for the playoff-hopeful Colts. If so, the former Ohio State standout would be a definite boost between Michael Pittman Jr. and T.Y. Hilton (along with Zach Pascal and others)—with his speed at least giving opponents another weapon to account for.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell had foot surgery.

Campbell's season is unfortunately over. The former second-round pick's year ends with ten receptions for 161 yards and a touchdown in five games. Campbell will be entering the final year of his rookie contract next season, and he should be at full health by training camp next summer.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell is dealing with a "significant" injury.

This is according to Colts head coach Frank Reich. We'll see about the exact extent of the injury and the timeline for Campbell's recovery, but he's set to miss a chunk of time. The second-round pick has unfortunately struggled to stay on the field early in his career.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (foot) is out for the rest of today.

Campbell has dealt with multiple injuries throughout his career, including foot issues, so this is tough to hear. The speedy receiver had been coming on strong lately, and he caught a 51-yard touchdown on a deep ball before leaving today's Week 6 game against the Texans.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell is inactive for Week 2.

He's yet another injury for the Colts, but Michael Pittman Jr. and Zach Pascal are at least good to go. Look for Nyheim Hines to really be leaned on behind Jonathan Taylor for what should be a running back-heavy attack against the Rams.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (knee) says he is 100%.

Campbell, who is now sporting the No. 1 after making the switch following the NFL's jersey number rule change, is entering his third season and looking to remain healthy and make a big impact. It's a great sign that he can be full-go at this point in the offseason, and look for him to have a full training camp with new quarterback Carson Wentz this summer.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

The Colts placed Parris Campbell (knee) on injured reserve.

Campbell is out indefinitely with his PCL injury, so this was fully expected. The second-year receiver does not need to be held in redraft leagues.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell will be sidelined indefinitely with a PCL injury, according to ESPN's Adam Schefter.

The good news is that Campbell didn't suffer a torn ACL on Sunday, but the second-year receiver is likely set to miss several weeks. Look for Indianapolis to ride Jonathan Taylor and the running game with T.Y. Hilton, Zach Pascal, and rookie Michael Pittman Jr. all starting at receiver for as long as Campbell is out of the lineup. The former Ohio State standout is worth stashing if you have an open IR spot.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell carted off with apparent leg injury.

Campbell took a very hard hit to the knee and was immediately in obvious pain. The cart is coming out for the rookie receiver, and his day is almost certainly done—and it looks like he could be out for an extended period of time. The Colts have been unable to catch a break with injuries early this season, but hopefully Campbell's injury isn't as bad as it looks.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell is in concussion protocol.

Campbell was in a minor car accident, and he now must pass concussion protocol before he can return to the field. Hopefully everyone is OK after the accident and Campbell is feeling better soon.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Frank Reich is "super pumped" about Parris Campbell this season.

Campbell was able to appear in seven games as a rookie last season, catching 18 passes, but it was somewhat of a lost season for the Ohio State product as he dealt with injuries all year. However, Reich says he is "proud of the way Parris has been handling the offseason," adding that the speedy receiver is doing everything and working out hard. Reich also added that Campbell will move around the formation but will likely see a lot of time in the slot. Last year, Indy was very optimistic about Campbell's ability to immediately help on offense until injuries derailed things, but the team obviously remains very high on the 2019 second-round pick. Campbell will look to mesh with new quarterback Philip Rivers and enjoy a strong 2020 campaign this fall.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

The Colts placed Parris Campbell on injured reserve.

Campbell dealt with a plethora of injuries throughout his rookie season, and he was limited to just 18 receptions for 127 yards and a touchdown along with four carries for 34 yards in seven games (three starts) this year. Indianapolis still obviously has high hopes for the 59th overall pick in this year's draft, and hopefully the Ohio State product can stay healthy in 2020. Campbell will likely be someone that can be had at the end of fantasy drafts next summer.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (hand) was a full participant in today's practice.

We'll let you know if anything changes, but Campbell looks set to return to the lineup after missing the previous four games with a hand injury. The rookie receiver figures to be a big part of the gameplan for the injury-riddled Colts this Sunday against the Buccaneers.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (hand) is officially inactive for Week 13.

Campbell was able to practice all week, but Colts head coach Frank Reich expressed pessimism that he’d be able to go today against the Titans. This is the rookie receiver’s fourth consecutive missed game.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (hand) is officially listed as questionable for the Colts.

The Colts could really use Campbell in the lineup with T.Y. Hilton (calf) out, but he’s looking like a gametime call. The rookie receivers status will be known by 11:30 AM ET on Sunday.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (hand) was officially limited in practice.

Campbell has a shot to play this week against the Titans, and he should be in good shape if he’s able to return given that he could stay in relatively good shape with a hand injury. The final Week 13 injury report will be released on Friday.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell has a fractured hand.

Campbell will miss time with his hand fracture after surgery, but the Colts do not plan to place him on injured reserve. The second-round rookie receiver has unfortunate dealt with a few injuries during his first year in the NFL, and he is not a must-hold in redraft leagues. Zach Pascal is likely the top fantasy option among Indy's receivers with Campbell and T.Y. Hilton out, but Deon Cain is someone to keep an eye on.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (abdominal) is officially active for the Colts.

Campbell missed just two games with his abdominal issue, but the rookie receiver is back as expected for today’s Week 8 matchup against the Broncos. Campbell isn’t a highly recommended fantasy option yet.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (abdominal) is officially listed as questionable for Week 8.

Campbell was limited in practice all week, and Colts head coach Frank Reich indicated that the rookie receiver is expected to return to the field. His presence would be a boost for Jacoby Brissett and a passing attack that’s humming, and his status will be known by 11:30 AM ET on Sunday.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell had a procedure to address his adnominal injury.

There is no timetable for Campbell's return, and he has been ruled out for Week 5 against the Chiefs. This is a tough break for the rookie receiver, and this is yet another injury for a Colts team that's dealt with a bunch this season. Campbell can be dropped in any redraft leagues he's owned in.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (abdomen) officially did not practice today.

Campbell also missed yesterday’s practice, and it appears this injury could force him to miss Sunday night versus the Chiefs. The rookie receiver likely needs to get in at least a limited practice tomorrow to have a good chance to play in Week 5.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (hamstring) has returned to practice.

Campbell missed about four weeks with his hamstring injury, but returning today should put him on track to suit up in Week 1. However, the rookie receiver might not immediately have a big role after missing so much time, and his upside takes a hit with the retirement of Andrew Luck. Campbell doesn't need to be drafted in standard redraft leagues.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (hamstring) remains out for the Colts.

Campbell is said to have taken a step forward in his recovery, but he's missed a ton of time this summer in preparation for his rookie year, and he was expected back a week ago until an apparent setback with his hamstring. Consider the Ohio State product week-to-week for now. When he returns, Campbell will likely need to work his way into a role after missing so much time, and he doesn't need to be drafted in redraft leagues.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Parris Campbell (hamstring) is still out with a hamstring injury.

Campbell has missed the last ten practices as he deals with his hamstring issue, and he was thought to be nearing a return but felt a little something, so the team has decided to sit him down for a few more days an re-evaluate from there. The second-round receiver should have a chance to start in three-receiver sets for the Colts this season, but he'll almost certainly need to get back on the field soon to have a solid early-season role.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

Colts have "big designs" for Parris Campbell, according to the Indy Star's Zak Keefer.

Colts offensive coordinator Nick Sirianni said his first impressions of the second-round rookie receiver are: "Speed. Fast." Keefer says Colts head coach Frank Reich and Sirianni have big plans for the Ohio State product, and Reich recently said that Campbell's presence could impact running back Nyheim Hines' touches, which indicates the Colts want to get the ball into Campbell's hands underneath. Campbell has 4.3 speed and can take the top off the defense, but he's also excellent at taking drag routes and running away from defenders. Overall, Campbell's addition is a boost to an already-potent Indy offense, and he could put up a surprising reception total during his rookie season this year.

Parris Campbell | Colts WR

The Colts have selected Ohio State wide receiver Parris Campbell with the No. 59 pick (second round) in the 2019 NFL Draft. 

Almost exclusively an underneath target for the Buckeyes, Campbell—at least initially—projects as a better real-life weapon than fantasy option for Indy, as he might only get limited opportunities to make an impact on a weekly basis. Look for the Colts to use Campbell (4.31 speed) on plenty of bubble screens, jet sweeps, and reverses as he hopefully develops into a downfield route runner. The upside is clear, but we would consider Campbell as more a dynasty-league investment than redraft option in 2019—though catching passes from Andrew Luck could help him have fantasy value quicker than expected.