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Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Homer joined the Bears in the offseason. He is more likely to be a thorn in the other backs' side on passing downs than he is to make an actual Fantasy impact. You can leave him on the waiver wire to start the year.

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2022 74 3.89 1 16 157 1 202
2021 177 8.43 1 16 161 322.3
3y Avg. 113 5.14 0 0 14 136 1 161.5
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Concludes first season in Chicago

    Homer played 17 snaps on special teams in the Bears' 17-9 loss to the Packers on Sunday. After signing a two-year deal with Chicago entering the season, Homer was a core special-teams player who was only used on six offensive snaps in 16 games played. Going into the final year of his contract, the five-year veteran could be in a similar role next season.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Will play Sunday

    Homer (hamstring) is active Sunday against the Cardinals. Homer closed the week with back-to-back limited practices, setting the stage for him to be able to suit up against Arizona. With D'Onta Foreman (personal) inactive, the 25-year-old could see some extra work in the Bears' backfield.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Could play Week 16

    Homer (hamstring) is listed as questionable ahead of Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Homer could be trending in the right direction to play Sunday, as he's gone from opening Chicago's week of practice with a DNP to logging back-to-back limited sessions Thursday and Friday. If the 25-year-old running back is unable to go in Week 16, the Bears would have a void to fill on special teams, as that's where Homer has played 203 of his 206 total snaps this year.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Upgrades to limited work

    Homer (hamstring) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. The 25-year-old running back was able to log a limited practice session Thursday after recording a DNP on Wednesday. Homer has played almost strictly on special teams for Chicago this season (203 of 209 total snaps), and he'll likely carry an injury designation into the weekend unless he's able to practice in full Friday.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Tending to hamstring injury

    Homer (hamstring) did not participate at practice Wednesday. It's not clear when he picked up the injury, but Homer's absence from Chicago's first practice of the new week puts his status for Week 16 in jeopardy. He'll likely need to practice Thursday or Friday to give himself a chance to suit up Sunday.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Limited to special-teams work

    Homer played all 17 of his snaps on special teams in Sunday's 28-13 win over the Lions. Homer has been deployed exclusively on special teams over the Bears' last five games. Though he's shown some ability as a pass catcher during his time with Seattle over the past four seasons, Homer is unlikely to garner any opportunities as the team's third-down back while all of D'Onta Foreman, Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson are available.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Makes return to lineup

    Homer failed to catch his lone target in the Bears' 30-12 win over the Raiders on Sunday. Even with the Bears playing without Khalil Herbert (IR, ankle) and Roschon Johnson (concussion), Homer played behind Darrynton Evans for change-of-pace duties. It seems likely Homer will contribute on special teams more than he will on offense, as he's yet to have an offensive touch in six games played.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Limited in practice

    Homer (hamstring) was a limited practice participant Wednesday. The return to practice gives him some shot to play this Sunday against the Raiders after missing Week 6, but Homer likely would get most of his work on passing downs even with Khalil Herbert (ankle) on injured reserve and Roschon Johnson (concussion) looking uncertain to be available this week. D'Onta Foreman and Darrynton Evans handled all the backfield snaps in this past Sunday's loss to Minnesota while Herbert, Johnson and Homer were out.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Among three RBs ruled out

    Homer (hamstring) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Vikings. Homer failed to practice at all during the week and will be joined on the sidelines Sunday by Khalil Herbert (ankle) and Roschon Johnson (concussion) while D'Onta Foreman and Darrynton Evans lead Chicago's banged-up backfield. If Homer recovers in time to face the Raiders in Week 7, he could take on a larger role if Herbert and Johnson are still sidelined.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Absent for another practice

    Homer (hamstring) didn't participate in Thursday's practice. Homer has taken all but two of his 75 snaps on special teams through Chicago's first five games, but his status for this Sunday's game against the Vikings takes on greater importance while the top two backs on the Bears' depth chart, Khalil Herbert (ankle) and Roschon Johnson (concussion), are both nursing injuries. Unfortunately for Homer, he's joined Herbert and Johnson on the sideline for both of the Bears' first two Week 6 practices, leaving all three backs trending toward sitting out Sunday. If that's the case, D'Onta Foreman would likely be in line to serve as the Bears' lead option on the ground, while Darrynton Evans could fill the change-of-pace/passing-down role that might have otherwise gone to Johnson or Homer.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Homer (hamstring) was unable to practice Wednesday. The vast majority of Homer's playing time this season has occurred on special teams, as he's earned only two snaps on offense through five games. With the Bears' top two running backs in Khalil Herbert (ankle) and Roschon Johnson (concussion) also sitting out Wednesday, there's an opening for Homer to get some run on offense if he can get past his own health concern. In any case, the current healthy backs on Chicago's active roster are D'Onta Foreman, Darrynton Evans and Khari Blasingame.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Might not return

    Homer suffered a hamstring injury on Thursday night against the Commanders and is listed as questionable to return. The backup's exit leaves the Bears with just one available running back in starter Khalil Herbert. Roschon Johnson (concussion) already been ruled out, and D'Onta Foreman is inactive.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Ready to go against Broncos

    Homer (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the Broncos. Homer had a questionable tag ahead of Sunday's game but will be active after managing two limited practices to close the week. He's played only two offensive snaps this season, with his role instead coming on special teams.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Questionable to face Denver

    Homer (ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's Week 4 game against the Broncos, Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reports. Homer has mainly played special teams as the Bears' third or fourth running back, seeing just two offensive snaps. If he would need to miss Week 4, Homer's absence wouldn't be felt on offense.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Limited Thursday

    Homer (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice. Chicago's third-string running back popped up on the team's injury report Thursday after practicing in full Wednesday. Homer hasn't touched the ball on offense this year, primarily playing on special teams. If he's unable to go against the Broncos this coming Sunday, D'Onta Foreman will likely suit up for the second time this season.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Totals six touches Saturday

    Homer recorded five carries for 13 yards and one catch (on one target) for four yards during Saturday's 24-17 preseason defeat at Indianapolis. With Khalil Herbert sitting out Saturday, the Bears trotted out D'Onta Foreman, rookie fourth-round pick Roschon Johnson and Homer in order. Foreman managed four touches for 18 yards, while Johnson reeled off a 14-yard run and 11-yard reception on his way to eight touches for 43 total yards. Considering Homer's prowess as a pass catcher, that likely will be his calling card if he's able to land a regular role in Chicago's offense. He'll have one more opportunity to stake a claim in the team's exhibition finale Saturday, Aug. 26 against the Bills.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Battling for role

    Homer may be in line to make the Bears' regular-season roster due to his role as a key special teamer, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. Homer is competing with Trestan Ebner for the No. 4 running back role. Although both players have had positive moments during camp, the Bears will likely need Homer to be heavily involved on special teams. That could give him a leg up in the battle with Ebner. Unless the team has multiple injuries at running back, it's unlikely the No. 4 role results in many offensive snaps.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Could be on roster bubble

    Homer is expected to compete with Trestan Ebner for the final running back spot on the Bears' roster, Kevin Fishbain of the Athletic reports. Homer was signed in the offseason to a two-year $4 million deal with $1.75 million guaranteed while Ebner was a 2022 sixth-round draft pick. As a rookie, Ebner averaged 2.3 yards per carry on 24 attempts and did little to earn added playing time. Homer was used as a receiving back and on special teams during his time in Seattle, but he failed to top 37 touches in any of his four seasons. With this camp battle being for the fourth running back spot behind D'Onta Foreman, Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson, special teams work could be the deciding factor, and Homer has an edge in experience in that capacity.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Could have role in offense

    Homer figures to be a key special teamer for the Bears and could also earn a role on passing downs, Brad Biggs of The Chicago Tribune reports. He struggled to stay healthy in Seattle and didn't get many opportunities as a runner, but Homer nonetheless managed to develop a reputation for pass-blocking while also handling a lot of special teams snaps whenever healthy. The 2019 sixth-round pick signed a two-year, $4 million deal with $1.75 million guaranteed this March, making him part of a Chicago backfield that also includes Khalil Herbert, D'Onta Foreman and rookie fourth-rounder Roschon Johnson.
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  • Bears' Travis Homer: Heading to Chicago

    Homer (ankle) agreed Tuesday with the Bears on a two-year deal worth up to $4.5 million, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Bears are looking to add running back depth behind Khalil Herbert after losing David Montgomery to the Lions in free agency. Homer spent his first four seasons with the Seahawks and contributed as backfield depth and as a core special teamer. He accumulated 114 rushing yards on 18 carries to go along with 56 receiving yards on 11 receptions across 16 games last season.
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