ameer-abdullah-bio-action-5922

Ameer Abdullah

RB

#22

Experience: 8 years

Height: 5-9

Age: 29

Weight: 203 lbs

College: Nebraska

2021 SEASON

  • CAR
    51
  • YDS
    166
  • AVG
    3.25
  • TDS
    0
Advertising

Recent Games

WKOPPRESULTATTYDSAVGLNGTDRECYDSAVGLNGTDFUMLOST
18@BuccaneersL 17 - 417263.71009566.2180
17@SaintsL 10 - 186213.51504317.8170
16BuccaneersL 6 - 32210.530382.760
14FalconsL 21 - 294164402178.5110
15@BillsL 14 - 31471.87044812231
12@DolphinsL 10 - 332425022010130
11Football TeamL 21 - 2716660
10@CardinalsW 34 - 109242.71504276.8110
9PatriotsL 6 - 24100004307.5120
7@GiantsL 3 - 25
8@FalconsW 19 - 138313.99033511.7170
5LionsW 19 - 1712220
6@PanthersW 34 - 28
4BrownsL 7 - 1412220
3SeahawksW 30 - 175244.890
2@CardinalsL 33 - 340000
1@BengalsL 24 - 27144402157.5100

Career Stats

RBFB Career

SEASONTEAMGGSATTYDSAVGTDRECYDSAVGLNGTDFUMLOST
2015Detroit Lions1691435974.22251837.3361
2016Detroit Lions22181015.6055711.4181
2017Detroit Lions14111655523.44251626.5221
2018Detroit Lions301110218912011
2018Minnesota Vikings7011010100
2019Minnesota Vikings160231155015885.916111
2020Minnesota Vikings1608425.208587.2222
2021Minnesota Vikings607304.303175.7100
2021Carolina Panthers111441363.10352727.8231
TOTAL912340915743.861198657.936722

Biography

Abdullah joins the Silver and Black after spending time with the Carolina Panthers (2021), Minnesota Vikings (2018-21) and Detroit Lions (2015-18). The 5-foot-9, 203-pound running back has appeared in 91 career games with 23 starts, totaling 409 carries for 1,574 yards with six touchdowns and adding 119 receptions for 865 yards with seven touchdowns.

Last season, Abdullah appeared in all 17 contests with one start, recording 51 carries for 166 yards and 38 receptions for 289 yards with one TD. He set career highs with receptions (38) and receiving yards (289) in 2021.

A native of Homewood, Ala., Abdullah played four years (2011-14) at Nebraska, starting in all 53 games he played and finishing with 813 carries for 4,744 yards with 29 touchdowns and adding 73 receptions for 690 yards with seven touchdowns. He ended his collegiate career as the only player in school history to record three consecutive seasons with 1,000-plus rushing yards.

Advertising