6'0'' / 230 lbs
Finishes with 1,461 scrimmage yards
Latest Headline: Published 2023-01-08
Stevenson rushed six times for 54 yards and caught five of six targets for 28 yards in Sunday's 35-23 loss to the Bills.
Stevenson was far more effective than Damien Harris (13 carries for 48 yards), yet Harris got more rushing attempts in this must-win game. New England was eliminated from playoff contention with the loss. Stevenson's success in a workhorse role while Harris was out helped the second-year running back post 1,040 rushing yards and 421 receiving yards, along with six scrimmage touchdowns on 279 touches. Harris is set to be a free agent in 2023, so Stevenson could be in line for a substantial bump in usage.
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Limited to 10 touches in win
Latest Headline: Published 2023-01-01
Stevenson rushed eight times for 42 yards and brought in two of four targets for nine yards in the Patriots' 23-21 win over the Dolphins on Sunday.
Stevenson paced the Patriots' backfield in rushing yards on the afternoon, but returning position mate Damien Harris outpaced him by one carry, and more surprisingly, one catch as well. Stevenson is slated to work in a timeshare with Harris again in a key Week 18 divisional road matchup against the Bills that will help decide New England's playoff fate.
Suits up Sunday
Latest Headline: Published 2023-01-01
Stevenson (ankle) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Dolphins.
Stevenson approached the contest listed as questionable after practicing in a limited fashion this past week, but he'll continue to play through an ankle issue he's managed over the last couple of games and is thus in line to maintain his key role in the Patriots' backfield versus Miami. While the 6-foot, 230-pounder could lose some touches to Damien Harris (who is back in the mix Sunday following a four-game absence), barring any in-game setbacks, Stevenson should still log enough carries and targets to retain fantasy utility in Week 17.
Slated to play Sunday
Latest Headline: Published 2022-12-31
Stevenson (ankle) is in line to suit up for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, Dan Graziano of ESPN.com reports.
Stevenson has been tending to an ankle injury since a Week 14 win at Arizona, but he continued to lead the Patriots backfield the last two contests en route to 36 touches for 201 yards from scrimmage and a rushing TD. This week, he was limited in practice Wednesday through Friday and was tagged as questionable for Week 17 action, but it appears as if he'll be available Sunday for a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. If he's active, Stevenson will be welcoming back fellow RB Damien Harris (thigh/personal), who has missed the past four outings.
Listed as questionable for Sunday
Latest Headline: Published 2022-12-30
Stevenson (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Dolphins after practicing in a limited fashion this week, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports.
It'd be a surprise if Stevenson sat out Sunday's game, though his status still is worth tracking ahead of New England's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. Assuming he's able to play, Stevenson would figure to continue to handle a key role in the Patriots' Week 17 backfield, though he could lose some touches to Damien Harris (thigh/personal), who is set to return to from a four-game absence this weekend.
Another limited practice
Latest Headline: Published 2022-12-29
Stevenson (ankle) remained limited at practice Thursday, Evan Lazar of the Patriots' official site reports.
Meanwhile, fellow running back Damien Harris, who has been limited at practice of late due to a thigh issue, missed Thursday's session due to a personal matter. Friday's injury report will reveal added context with regard to the duo's status for Sunday's game against the Dolphins, but chances are that both Stevenson and Harris end up officially listed as 'questionable' for Week 17 action.