He's right. Harris displayed his wheels on a 59-yard blast against the Bengals that was ultimately called back by a holding penalty. Still, the former Wake Forest standout has just 16 yards off nine carries this season as a rarely used spot-duty runner behind Bell, the NFL's second-leading rusher. Behind Harris, we don't trust rookie Dri Archer or veteran Ben Tate -- already released by two teams this season -- to storm the gates.
Tom Brady, Bruce Arians to attend Peyton Manning's Pro Football Hall of Fame enshrinement in Canton
Tom Brady is making the trip to Northeast Ohio to attend the Pro Football Hall of Fame's Class of 2021 enshrinement ceremony on Sunday, where his longtime rival and friend Peyton Manning will be enshrined.
Buccaneers, DC Todd Bowles agree to new three-year deal
Todd Bowles and the Tampa Bay Buccaneers have agreed to a new three-year deal that will pay him more than $3 million per season, NFL Network's Mike Garafolo reported
Washington Football Team no longer permitting fans to wear Native American headdresses, face paint at home games
The Washington Football Team announced Wednesday that fans will no longer be permitted to wear Native American headdresses or face paint at FedExField going forward.
Zac Taylor: 'No cause for panic' as Joe Burrow, Bengals offense struggle at training camp
Bengals coach Zac Taylor addressed the Bengals issues on offense in the early part of training camp and QB Joe Burrow continues to search for his rhythm.
Aaron Rodgers calls relationship with Packers GM Brian Gutekunst 'a work in progress'
The Packers welcomed their star QB back with open arms after an offseason of tension. So far, Aaron Rodgers seems to be in no rush to declare all is well in Green Bay.
Frank Reich on Colts' QB situation, potential trade options: This is Carson Wentz's team
Could the Indianapolis Colts swing a trade for a veteran QB -- someone like Nick Foles, perhaps? Head coach Frank Reich addressed that possibility Wednesday, stating that this is Carson Wentz's team and Foles is currently on the Chicago Bears.
Veteran OL Joe Looney decides to retire less than a week after signing with Giants
The Giants are losing Joe Looney to retirement. The veteran OL signed with New York on July 31.
Vikings expect QB Kirk Cousins back at practice Thursday after stint on reserve/COVID-19 list
Minnesota expects its starting QB back at practice this week following a stint on the COVID list.
Training Camp Buzz: Colts giving second-year QB Jacob Eason a closer look after Wentz injury
The Colts are giving second-year quarterback Jacob Eason a close look before making any big moves in reaction to Carson Wentz's foot injury, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
Colts guard Quenton Nelson aiming for Week 1 return after undergoing foot surgery
All-Pro guard Quenton Nelson wants to be on the field for the Indianapolis Colts' season opener. Nelson underwent surgery Tuesday on his foot after suffering virtually the same injury that QB Carson Wentz is dealing with
Roundup: New York Jets sign journeyman QB Josh Johnson
The New York Jets have signed journeyman quarterback Josh Johnson on Wednesday, the team announced.