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Jonathan Taylor

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146 FPTS

RANK: 31


289 FPTS



24 yrs


5'10'' / 226 lbs



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Not yet practicing

Latest Headline: Published 2023-06-02

Taylor (ankle) isn't participating at Friday's practice, James Boyd of The Athletic reports.

The 24-year-old relayed in April that the arthroscopic debridement surgery he underwent on his right ankle in January was a "perfect success," but he's apparently not yet ready to practice. Taylor missed the final three games of the season due to the ankle injury, and the Colts are likely to remain cautious with his offseason work. He's expected to be fully healthy for the start of training camp.

Weekly Stats 2022

Stats not available

Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022

Fantasy PointsRushing AveragesReceiving Averages
Home Retractable Dome 21 2018.10.862nd950.85.145%
Away Outdoor 13 1217.81.043rd720.85.053%
Away Dome 4 415.61.0423rd800.86.040%
Away Retractable Dome 5 519.70.737th1170.64.749%

Career Stats by Season: 2020 to 2022

Fantasy PointsRushing StatsReceiving Stats
2020 21 IND 15 13 253 6th2321,169115.041%357251%362991
2021 22 IND 17 17 373 1st3321,811185.552%5014367%403602
2022 23 IND 11 11 146 31st19286144.544%215144%281430
"YAC%" is percent of total yards gained after first contact. "Share" of team passing targets.

Pleased with results from surgery

Latest Headline: Published 2023-04-19

Taylor said the offseason surgery on his ankle was a "perfect success", Mike Chappell of Fox 59 News Indianapolis reports.

Taylor was shut down for the season after suffering a high-ankle sprain Week 15, and while he initially hoped the injury would heal without surgery, he ultimately underwent an arthroscopic debridement at the end of July. It's not considered to be an especially invasive procedure, potentially allowing for some participation in the offseason program. At worst, Taylor should be ready for the start of training camp as the Colts look to bounce back from an ugly 2022 under new head coach Shane Steichen, who previously served as offensive coordinator for the Chargers (2020) and Eagles (2021-22). It isn't yet clear who will be the starting quarterback, as the Colts signed Gardner Minshew this offseason but also have been mentioned as a potential destination for Lamar Jackson or the top rookies in the 2023 NFL Draft.

Undergoes ankle procedure

Latest Headline: Published 2023-01-29

Taylor underwent surgery to repair his right ankle this past Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.

Even though Taylor was shut down for the season after suffering a high-ankle sprain in the Colts' Week 15 loss to the Vikings, the Colts didn't immediately send him in for surgery. Now nearly six weeks removed from sustaining the injury, the Colts subsequently determined that Taylor would require an arthroscopic debridement, which Rapoport describes as "a minimally invasive procedure to clean out the ankle." Fortunately for Taylor, he isn't dealing with any structural damage to the ankle, so the Colts' top running back now has plenty of time to recover before training camp. Taylor plans to be a full participant by the time camp rolls opens in late July.

No decision on surgery yet

Latest Headline: Published 2023-01-09

Taylor (ankle) said Monday he will meet with doctors to decide about the possibility of undergoing surgery, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports.

Taylor missed the final three games of the season due to a right high-ankle sprain, and it sounds as though a decision on whether or not the injury necessitates surgery hasn't yet been made. Through his 11 appearances in 2022, Taylor racked up 861 yards and four touchdowns on 192 carries, with another 28 catches (on 40 targets) for 143 yards. The running back's situation in Indianapolis could look very different to start the 2023 campaign, health not withstanding. With three seasons under his belt, Taylor now is looking ahead to the final year of his rookie deal.

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