Kenyan Drake

Running Back
RB
 / Las Vegas Raiders
 / Raiders

Player Stats

Touchdowns TD Rushing Yards Yd Receiving Yards Yd Receptions Rec Targets Tar
3 254 291 30 40

Player News

Must Have Running Backs for Later Rounds: Fantasy Football Breakouts Tyler Allgeier, Ty Davis-Price, Kenyan Drake
There's no "best" way to win in fantasy football, but there are some good ways, and one of those good ways is to draft good players in the late rounds. Sounds easy, right?Not really! How many times have you spent a 14th-round pick on a player and then dropped him after Week 2 because he was doing absolutely nothing? Every year, right?I can't guarantee that the four running backs below will be good this year. If you're taking a risk on someone that late in a draft, there's a good reason why ... [Read More]
Kenyan Drake To Play "Significant" Role In Rotation
Las Vegas Raiders running back Kenyan Drake "will play a significant role in the rotation" this season, according to Tashan Reed of The Athletic. Drake suffered a broken right ankle in Week 13 of the 2021-22 campaign and had surgery in December. However, he was cleared for training camp and continues to work his way back into shape. Nonetheless, with Drake and Josh Jacobs expected to share snaps out of the backfield this season, both men likely won't be consistent fantasy producers. Yet, with ... [Read More]
Kenyan Drake Cleared To Start Training Camp
Las Vegas Raiders running back Kenyan Drake (ankle) has been medically cleared to start training camp. Drake had surgery last December for a gruesome broken ankle suffered last season, and he missed all of the team's offseason program and mandatory minicamp in June. But he'll be back for training camp and will be looking to hold off rookie fourth-rounder Zamir White and ex-Patriot Brandon Bolden as the primary complementary pass-catching back behind Josh Jacobs. The 28-year-old's work load ... [Read More]
Kenyan Drake On Track For Training Camp
Las Vegas Raiders running back Kenyan Drake (ankle) appears to be on track to get back on the field at some point during training camp, which starts in late July. Drake's season was ended last year after 12 games when he broke his right ankle. In those 12 games, he had 63 carries for 254 yards and two touchdowns, adding 30 receptions on 40 targets for 291 yards and another score. Barring any setbacks, the 28-year-old should be good to go for the start of the regular season, where he's expected ... [Read More]