Player Outlook
Haskins got some unexpected run in 2022 including a Week 17 start that had Fantasy managers wondering before the week if we were about to witness the next Tim Hightower playoffs waiver wire special, but he averaged just 3.3 yards per carry in that opportunity and didn't add much more in the pass game. He suffered an injury early in the preseason that had him ticketed for injured reserve before being placed on the commissioner's exempt list as the league investigates a summer arrest. Haskins is best left undrafted in Fantasy leagues.

Fantasy Stats

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Year yds
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Rushing Touchdowns
Fumbles Lost
Receiving Yards
Receiving Touchdowns
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 93 3.72 11 57 100.7

Fantasy News

  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Heads back to injured reserve

    Haskins (undisclosed) was removed from the commissioner exempt list Friday, but he returned to injured reserve following the transaction, Paul Kuharsky of reports. Haskins found himself on the commissioner exempt list Aug. 29 through Friday after charges were dropped Thursday following allegations of aggravated assault stemming from an arrest during the summer. Now that his legal situation has been settled, he'll remain on IR for the rest of the season unless the Titans opt to waive the 2022 fourth-round pick at some point.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Placed on exempt list

    Haskins (undisclosed) has been moved from IR to the commissioner exempt list, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network, Haskins' placement on the list stems from an arrest this summer on charges of aggravated assault. While he is on the list, Haskins, who had previously been on IR due to an undisclosed injury, cannot practice or attend games.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Sitting out practice

    Haskins (undisclosed) did not practice Monday, John Glennon of reports. Haskins is working to earn the backup role to Derrick Henry for the 2023 campaign, although it's expected he'll ultimately be No. 3, seated behind third-round rookie Tyjae Spears. It's not clear what kind of injury Haskins is dealing with or how long he may be absent. The team did sign Jacques Patrick to a contract Monday, which could mean they expect Haskins to miss more than a day or two. Haskins now will focus on getting healthy and returning to the mix of the Titans' backfield competition.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Facing competition for touches

    Haskins will have competition for the backup running back role after the Titans selected Tyjae Spears in the third round of the 2023 NFL Draft. The Titans selected Haskins in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, and his primary contribution in his rookie campaign was as a kick returner. He may be limited to that role once again after Tennessee selected Spears, a well-regarded runner out of Tulane, in the third round of the 2023 Draft. Due to his ability on special teams, Haskins' spot on the roster should remain safe even if he's bumped down the running back depth chart.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Gets four touches in Week 18

    Haskins carried two times for three yards and hauled in both of his targets for 13 yards in Saturday's 20-16 loss to the Jaguars. in the Titans' season-ending loss, Haskins served as the top complement to lead back Derrick Henry, playing 15 of the Titans' 72 snaps on offense (21 percent). The fourth-round pick out of Michigan finishes his rookie season with 25 carries for 93 yards and 11 receptions for 57 yards over 15 games.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Week 17 Adds (RB Preview)

    With Derrick Henry out, we expect Haskins to see 15-plus carries for the Titans and he'll likely catch a couple of passes as well. He's caught two passes in each of the Titans' past two games and has produced 50 yards on his 11 rush attempts this season. He's right there with Zack Moss as a high-end flex in full PPR.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Three touches in loss to Chargers

    Haskins recorded one rush for eight yards in Sunday's 17-14 loss to the Chargers. He added two receptions on two targets for seven yards. Haskins operated as the backup to Derrick Henry with Dontrell Hilliard (neck) out for the rest of the regular season. He earned only one rush attempt and saw both of his targets with the team in obvious passing situations. Henry will continue to operate as the clear workhorse back, though Haskins has emerged as his primary backup.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Logs full session Wednesday

    Haskins (hip) was a full participant at Wednesday's practice, Ben Arthur of reports. Haskins missed back-to-back games due to a hip issue, but he's logged his first full practice since suffering the injury and is trending toward suiting up Sunday against the Chargers. If available, the rookie fourth-round pick will presumably reprise his role as the team's primary kick returner and could operate as the No. 2 back behind Derrick Henry, as Dontrell Hilliard (neck) has already been ruled out for Week 15.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Deemed questionable for Sunday

    Haskins (hip) is questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Jaguars, Ben Arthur of reports. Haskins was limited at each practice during Week 14 prep and is considered questionable for Sunday. The rookie running back was sidelined for Week 13 after landing on the injury report Friday as a limited participant with a hip injury, so while he's been able to participate in practice, it doesn't appears like he's made much progress since suffering the injury.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Limited in practice

    Haskins (hip) was a limited participant in practice Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Haskins sat out Week 13 against the Eagles after closing the week with a limited practice, so it appears he may have not made much progress in healing since. If Haskins is unable to play Sunday against the Jaguars, it is likely Julius Chestnut will be elevated from the practice squad once again.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Will play Sunday

    Haskins (hip) is active Sunday against the Bengals, Turron Davenport of reports. Haskins popped up on the team's injury report Thursday and closed out the week practicing in limited fashion. However, the 22-year-old is feeling well enough to suit up and will play against Cincinnati.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Added to injury report

    Haskins (hip) was listed as limited on Thursday's estimated injury report, Ben Arthur of reports. Haskins was not on the injury report Wednesday, and his late-week addition casts some doubt on his status for Sunday's game against the Bengals. If Haskins is unable to play, the Titans may have to promote Julius Chestnut from the practice squad.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Back to special-teams role

    Haskins played four offensive snaps and 13 special-teams snaps but did not record a stat in Sunday's 24-22 win over the Raiders. Haskins fell back down the depth chart due to the return of Dontrell Hilliard. Unless either Derrick Henry or Hilliard misses time, Haskins will be in for a limited role in the Titans' offense.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Stymied in preseason finale

    Haskins tallied nine rushes for 11 yards in Saturday's 26-23 preseason win over Arizona. He added three receptions for 16 yards. Haskins carried a heavy workload in Tennessee's final preseason game, though he was unable to get anything going. He was the second back in the game, working behind Dontrell Hilliard. Hilliard is reportedly set to serve as Derrick Henry's primary backup, leaving Haskins as the third back in the Tennessee offense to begin the regular season.
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  • Titans' Hassan Haskins: Selected by Tennessee in the fourth

    The Titans selected Haskins in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 131st overall. This is an odd selection for a couple reasons -- the first is that Haskins wasn't expected to get drafted until later in the draft's third day, if at all -- the second is that the Titans had a better version of Haskins in D'Onta Foreman and let him walk in free agency for peanuts. Haskins is a slower power back out of Michigan, and at 6-foot-2, 228 pounds he has a problematically high build for the position. A 6-foot-2 running back is a target for upper body collisions, especially when they're lighter than 235 pounds or so. Haskins will hold his ground and run hard if the Titans need him to, but he also might struggle to get to the second level in the NFL.
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