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2023 Rushing

Rushing Attempts
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
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Regular Season 11 33 3.0 0 7 0

Top Rashaad Penny News

  • Panthers' Rashaad Penny: Officially lands with Carolina

    The Panthers agreed to terms with Penny on Monday.

    Penny is now 28 years old and spent last season in Philadelphia, where he appeared in just three regular-season games and was routinely a healthy scratch on game days. When healthy in Seattle from 2018-2022, he was electric with the ball in his hands, averaging a lethal 5.7 yards per carry on 337 rushing attempts, but an inability to stay on the field was his downfall. He has a history with new Panthers coach Dave Canales from their time together in Seattle, and Penny gives the Panthers backfield some more experience behind Chuba Hubbard and rookie Jonathon Brooks. There has been chatter that Miles Sanders' time may be running out with the team after just one season in Carolina.

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  • Rashaad Penny: Intends to sign in Carolina

    Penny plans to sign with the Panthers, Jeremy Fowler of reports.

    Penny's signing is expected to become official after the conclusion of Carolina's rookie minicamp, which ends May 12. The 2018 first-rounder is coming off a forgettable season with Philadelphia, where he was a healthy scratch for all but three contests and spent most of the year operating as the team's fourth running back. With the Panthers, Penny is in line to join a crowded backfield that includes rookie second-round pick Jonathon Brooks (ACL), who is expected to be ready for training camp, along with veterans Chuba Hubbard and Miles Sanders.

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  • Eagles' Rashaad Penny: Non-factor for new team

    Penny finished the season with 11 carries for 33 yards in three regular-season games, adding one catch for five yards.

    Penny entered the season with a fair amount of hype, as he had a potentially large share of the carries for a productive offense available to him if he could finally stay healthy. Injuries were in fact not a problem for Penny this season, but rather than competing for the No. 1 job, he spent the year as the Eagles' fourth running back and was a healthy scratch in all but three games.

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  • Eagles' Rashaad Penny: Season-high six carries

    Penny was more involved than he had been all season for the Eagles on Sunday but managed a modest 16 yards on six carries at the Giants.

    Penny's signing generated some intrigue over the offseason, with the thought that a change of scenery could help the oft-injured running back. Instead, he was almost a complete non-factor, seeing the field for only 30 offensive snaps all season. Twenty of those came Week 18, with D'Andre Swift out due to illness and the Eagles resting several starters in the second half.

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  • Eagles' Rashaad Penny: Stuck on sidelines

    Penny did not see the field in Sunday's loss to the Cardinals.

    The Eagles had four active running backs in Sunday's game, but neither Penny nor Boston Scott received a single offensive snap. Penny has appeared in only two games all season, carrying the ball five times for 17 yards.

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  • Eagles' Rashaad Penny: Surprise active in Week 17

    Penny is active for just the third time this season for Sunday's Week 17 clash against the Cardinals, Zach Berman of reports.

    Penny will presumably serve as a depth back behind D'Andre Swift and Kenneth Gainwell and also slot in as the backup kick returner, per Berman. The 2018 first-round pick of the Seahawks has logged just five touches all season, but with the Eagles heavily favored and facing a Cardinals defense allowing an NFL-high 147.0 rushing yards per game, Penny could have a rare opportunity to make an impact.

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  • Eagles' Rashaad Penny: Healthy scratch again

    Penny (coach's decision) is inactive for Monday's game against the Giants.

    Penny once again enters gameday on the Eagles' inactives list, with Week 9 being the last time he took an offensive snap. The 2018 first-round pick continues forth on a disappointing campaign with Philadelphia, having only appeared in two games thus far this season.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-11, 220 lbs
Birthplace: Norwalk, CA
Age: 28
School: San Diego St.
Experience: 7