D'Andre Swift Fantasy Stats

#4 RB  |  Chicago Bears

Height / Weight 5'9"  /  215 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Jan 14, 1999 (25)
Experience 5 seasons
Drafted 2020  /  Rd. 2  /  Pk. 35   (DET)
College Georgia

Season Stats

Career 56 593 2729 4.6 23 195 254 1412 8 9 4 14.1 789.1

Game Log

1Jan 15, 2024PHITB10343.40443200010.6

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D'Andre Swift News

D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Bears

D'Andre Swift Called A "Weapon Back"

Chicago Bears head coach Matt Eberflus called new running back D'Andre Swift "a weapon back" when asked why the team moved so quickly to sign him in free agency back in March to a three-year, $24 million deal. "You know we really needed that guy that can really operate on third down and even on first or second down and be a weapon in the deep part of the field and the short part of the field and take it the distance. And he's got a lot of gas," Eberflus said. Swift posted his first 1,000-yard season with the Eagles in 2023 and had career-bests in yards, carries (229), first downs (50) and yards per game (65.6). The Bears' offense now has a lot of dangerous weapons around rookie quarterback Caleb Williams, but in fantasy, it may be hard for Swift to match his 2023 exploits with Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson also demanding backfield touches.
Jun 1   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Bears

D'Andre Swift Could Be Used Often In Passing Game

Chicago Bears running back D'Andre Swift will be taking over the team's lead running back in 2024 after he signed with the team minutes into the start of free agency in early March. "He's exciting to watch, man. That guy, he's got so much ability. He's fast, he can make guys miss and what we're excited about now is just opening up the passing game with the backs. He's got that opportunity to have that one-on-one matchup out of the backfield. We can get him out on empty (formation). We do a lot of empty stuff here, too, so we can move this guy all around. He can win from any spot," RBs coach Chad Morton said. When Morton coached in Seattle in 2023, Kenneth Walker III had 219 carries for 905 yards, with Zach Charbonnet carrying the ball 108 times for 462 yards. Swift is surely intriguing as a pass-catcher out of the backfield, but he's inevitably going to lose touches to Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson, and the Bears also have plenty of receivers that will command targets.
May 15   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Bears

Bears View D'Andre Swift As Receiving Weapon

The Chicago Bears signing of former Detroit Lions and Philadelphia Eagles running back D'Andre Swift was one of the first moves of free agency, and head coach Matt Eberflus suggested he will be a passing game weapon for the organization. "We just felt that we wanted a home-run hitter there. I think D'Andre brings that. We wanted a weapon back -; a guy who could be a weapon out of the backfield," Eberflus said. "I know that in situational football it's very difficult to be able to have the two guys outside covered, two tight ends covered, and then you got another situation where you have the weapon back inside. So that was critical." It sounds like Chicago is planning to utilize Swift out of the backfield more often, which was a role he excelled in while in Detroit. Swift posted just a 10% target share in his lone season in Philadelphia after being at 15.1% in 2022 and 18.4% in 2021. With Chicago almost certainly slated to take USC's Caleb Williams with the first overall pick in the 2024 NFL Draft, Swift could see a ton of usage underneath as a receiver while Williams feels out the NFL game.
Mar 26   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Bears

D'Andre Swift Heading To The Bears

The Chicago Bears agreed to terms with free-agent running back D'Andre Swift on a three-year, $24 million deal on Monday, according to sources. After having a career year with the Philadelphia Eagles in 2024, Swift now heads to Chicago to be a big piece of new offensive coordinator Shane Waldron's offense. The 25-year-old made his first Pro Bowl in 2023 by rushing for 1,049 yards and five touchdowns on a career-high 229 rushing attempts in 16 regular-season games. He also caught 39 passes for 214 yards and another score through the air. Swift will likely be working with USC quarterback Caleb Williams, whom the Bears are expected to take first overall in the draft, and Swift should be Chicago's new featured back. However, the move to Chicago hurts his overall fantasy upside, as he'll likely lose more backfield touches to Khalil Herbert and Roschon Johnson.
Mar 11   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Eagles

D'Andre Swift Does Little In Loss To Tampa Bay

Philadelphia Eagles running back D'Andre Swift took 10 carries for 34 yards and added four receptions on as many targets for 32 yards during the team's 9-32 loss to the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. The 24-year-old started the game with a few solid runs, but the Eagles again got away from the run game and went with a heavy passing attack that resulted in little to no points scored. Swift was a victim of play calling toward the end of the season and now enters the offseason as a free agent. It would not be a shock to see Philadelphia prioritize resigning the former Detroit Lion, as he was a big part of their success at the start of the year.
Jan 16   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Eagles

D'Andre Swift To Play On Monday

Philadelphia Eagles running back D'Andre Swift (illness) has been removed from the injury report ahead of Monday's Wild-Card game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Swift sat out of the regular season finale due to an illness. It's likely that Swift would've played if it was playoff game, but team didn't want to risk anything. The expectation is that Swift would be back to his normal role. In fact, Swift could have an increased role as a pass-catcher with wide receiver A.J. Brown (knee) ruled out for this game.
Jan 13   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Eagles

D'Andre Swift Faces Stiff Tampa Bay Defense Monday

Philadelphia Eagles running back D'Andre Swift will go on the road to take on the Tampa Bay Buccaneers in the first round of the NFL playoffs. The 24-year-old was given the week off last week due to an illness, but he is at no risk of missing this week's matchup after putting in full practice participation. The Eagles were running the ball well last week when they had the chance but went down so early that they abandoned the run game altogether. This week's matchup is much different. The Buccaneers allowed the third-fewest fantasy points to running backs this season. However, Swift torched them for 130 yards the last time he faced them back in Week 3. The former Detroit Lion will be a risky option for DFS managers on Monday night due to the Eagles' offensive struggles and the tough matchup.
Jan 13   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Eagles

D'Andre Swift Well On His Way To Playing Monday

Philadelphia Eagles running back D'Andre Swift (illness) was held out of the Week 18 loss to the New York Giants last Sunday, but he's now put in two straight full practices on Thursday and Friday and should be just fine to play in Monday night's wild-card postseason tilt against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. We're fully expecting the Eagles to remove Swift entirely from their injury report after Saturday's final practice of the week. Swift is going to be Philly's primary backfield weapon for the first round of the playoffs, but he has two big things working against him. For starters, the Eagles offense is entering postseason play out of sync with three of their star players fighting off injuries. Secondly, the Bucs defense was one of the worst matchups for opposing RBs during the regular season. If Swift doesn't find the end zone on Monday, he could disappoint in DFS lineups.
Jan 12   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Eagles

D'Andre Swift Feeling Better This Week

Philadelphia Eagles running back D'Andre Swift (illness) is apparently feeling much better this week and was a full participant in the team's first practice of the week on Thursday. Swift was questionable for the Week 18 regular season finale against the New York Giants last Sunday and was eventually held out as a precaution. The 24-year-old should be ready to rock as Philly's lead back in Monday night's wild-card playoff matchup against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on the road. The Eagles could choose to lean more on their ground game on Monday with quarterback Jalen Hurts (finger) and receivers A.J. Brown (knee) and DeVonta Smith (ankle) ailing, but the matchup against Tampa also isn't great for Philly's backfield. The Buccaneers defense allowed the third-fewest half-PPR points per game (15.4) to opposing RBs all year.
Jan 12   
D'Andre Swift  • RB  •  Eagles

D'Andre Swift Officially Inactive Versus Giants

Philadelphia Eagles running back D'Andre Swift (illness) is officially inactive for Sunday's game against the New York Giants. Swift had been listed as questionable after practicing in a limited capacity on Friday, but he found himself trending in the wrong direction ahead of kickoff. With Swift sidelined, Kenneth Gainwell is in line to operate as the Eagles' lead running back. Notably, he's averaging 4.3 catches in games where he plays at least 50 percent of offensive snaps. Therefore, he's a solid RB3 option in most fantasy leagues, especially PPR formats. Boston Scott and Rashaad Penny could also earn some opportunities out of the backfield on Sunday.
Jan 7