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Tarik Cohen RB - CHI

Experience: 1 YRS  
Height: 5'6"  
Weight: 179 
Bye: 5

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New Bears HC Matt Nagy likes what he's seen from RB Tarik Cohen both on film and early in the offseason program. “He’s a run threat and then he can catch the ball in space in broken formations," Nagy said. “That’s an advantage for the play callers and the play designers to be able to do some different things. We can move him around and try to get an advantage. … He’s dynamic." Cohen is coming off a promising rookie season that saw him average 4.3 yards per carry on 87 attempts and tally 53 catches. Nagy said recently that Jordan Howard will remain the team's lead back, but there's certainly room for Cohen to tack on another 20 or 30 touches to last year's total. He's fairly valued at his current 7th-round ADP.

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Bears rookie RB Tarik Cohen started Saturday night's game against the Cardinals after Jordan Howard suffered an eye injury Friday. Cohen capitalized by gaining 77 yards on 11 carries. He's now averaging 6.4 yards per rush through 2 preseason outings and looks like the #2 RB behind Howard. That makes Cohen an intriguing later-round handcuff or standalone pick in your fantasy football draft. Despite standing just 5-foot-6, Cohen has displayed the ability to run between the tackles. The 4th-round pick also produced Darren Sproles-level college tape as a workhorse at North Carolina A&T.

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The Bears added North Carolina A&T RB Tarik Cohen in the 4th round of the draft. Cohen ran for 1,100+ yards in all 4 of his college seasons -- and 1,500+ in each of the last 2. He also totaled 97 catches over the past 4 years. Cohen boasts 4.4 speed and some of the nastiest cuts you'll see from a RB in this year's class. He goes just 5'6 and 179 pounds, so he'll never be a feature back at the NFL level. But Cohen could quickly carve out a change-of-pace role behind Jordan Howard.

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