The RB injury report for Week 7 is somewhat less than fantasy football managers can expect. Of the players who started the week on the roster, only one remains questionable and one is ruled out.

Other top fantasy options were either cleared in the week’s final set of NFL injury news or appear to be cleared on Saturday. Let’s take a look at the latest injury news for D’Andre Swift, J.J. K. Dobbins, Jonathan Taylor, Damien Harris and Saquon Barkley.

The RB injury report is coming up in Week 7

D’Andre Swift, DET | Shoulder (Doubtful)

The Detroit Lions’ hope was that D’Andre Swift would be ready to return once the team came off the bye week. However, Swift was only able to log limited practice all week and now heads into the weekend with a questionable tag.

Swift told reporters on Wednesday that he did pushing to play in the 7th week. Then on Friday, Lions head coach Dan Campbell told the media that Swift was doing a little more each day in practice. He was expected to be active on Sunday, but ESPN’s Jeremy Fowler reported Saturday night that Swift is not expected to be active.

Swift has already suffered two injuries in 2022. He sprained his ankle in week one and then hurt his shoulder in week three. It’s hard to imagine the Lions giving Swift much of a workload even if he’s active on Sunday.

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This solves the problem for fantasy managers when deciding on Swift’s play in that he can produce good results on very few touches. He touched the ball just seven times in Week 2 and recorded 87 yards and a touchdown. In Week 3, he took 10 touches and turned them into 48 yards.

While Week 3’s output wasn’t great, it wasn’t a total meltdown either. It will be difficult to bench Swift when he is active, but with the uncertainty surrounding his usage, it may be the smartest thing to do. If you’re looking for another way to get fantasy into the always-intriguing Lions RB situation, then Outsider fantasy you have it covered. Whether you’re optimistic or pessimistic about their release on Sunday, Underdog Fantasy and their $100 deposit bonus for new users gives you another way to get a piece of the action this week.

With Swift out, Jamal Williams remains a must-have fantasy option this week.

J. K. Dobbins, BAL | Knee (Tuesday)

After J. K. Dobbins sat out all week with a knee problem and was ruled out for Week 7 on Friday. According to Baltimore Ravens head coach John Harbaugh, he felt his knee tighten up in Week 6. Shortly after Dobbins took over, ESPN’s Adam Schefter tweeted about Dobbins could miss four to six weeksbecause he has to have arthroscopic knee surgery next week.

In Dobbins’ absence, Kenyan Drake and Justice Hill should be the primary options in the backfield in Week 7. The Ravens have a fantastic matchup against a Cleveland Browns defense that is allowing 26.4 fantasy points per week to the RB position. That’s the third most in the league this year.

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The biggest problem for Drake and Hill is that we have no idea how they will share touches and whether Mike Davis might be involved. The Ravens always seem hesitant to give anyone too much work in any given game. Still, with Hill recovering from injury and Davis ineffective in his early season job, Drake could be an intriguing 12-team Flex entry this week.

The Ravens are expected to return Gus Edwards long-term from a knee injury. Edwards could be an intriguing pick, but be prepared for the Ravens to slow his return after losing Dobbins just four weeks after his return.

Jonathan Taylor, India | scale (cleared)

We realistically expected Jonathan Taylor to return this week after he appeared to be close to a game-time decision last week. Those suspicions were confirmed on Thursday when he fully participated in practice.

Taylor’s matchup with the Tennessee Titans is a tough one. Only five teams allowed fewer fantasy points at the RB position than Tennessee at 15.22. Since they allowed 32.8 fantasy points to the position in Week 1, the Titans have allowed more than 15 points in just one other game. In Week 4, they held Taylor to 43 total yards on 20 rushing attempts and one reception on three targets.

It’s nearly impossible to bench a player with Taylor’s upside, but don’t be surprised if he struggles again this week. Coming back from an ankle injury and taking part in a difficult match is not ideal. It would be a bold move to bench him, and it could end up leaving fantasy managers very red-faced on Sunday afternoon.

Damien Harris, NE | Hamstring (Full Participant)

When Damien Harris injured his hamstring in Week 5, it was reported that he could miss several weeks, so his recovery has been impressive. Last week, Harris was able to get close enough to find out that his exit for the weekend was in question. Although he didn’t end up playing, he was a closer than many expected.

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This good progress continued this week. After limited practice last week, Harris was a full participant on both Thursday and Friday. We will get the official status later on Saturday, but for now we should expect him to play.

Saquon Barkley, New York | Shoulder (cleaned)

The trend of Saquon Barkley being limited to one or two practices before an injury is ruled out over the weekend could become the norm over the next few weeks. Barkley has been outstanding this season and there is absolutely no reason to even consider landing him. The Giants offense runs through Barkley and he should be a solid RB1 option as long as he is healthy.