Washington Redskins running back Chris Thompson (ankle, ribs) said he is feeling healthy this offseason, but he’s still dealing with some soreness in his ankle. The 28-year-old has been a third-down weapon for Washington in his six years with the team, and he’s caught at least 35 passes in each of the last four seasons.
However, injuries have allowed him to play in just 20 games the last two years. He had 43 carries for 178 yards and no touchdowns while adding 41 receptions for 268 yards and a score in 2018. Thompson still might be relevant in PPR leagues, but his fantasy ceiling will be lower with both Adrian Peterson and Derrius Guice splitting early down carries this season.