Shaun Draughn RB CHI 2 Days

Draughn had 29 yards on 10 carries and 14 yards on three receptions in Thursday's preseason finale against the Browns.

More important than Draughn's own lack of production is the fact that rookie Ka'Deem Carey didn't play at all. While nothing has been announced, all signs point to Carey opening the season as Matt Forte's top backup. Draughn may now be in danger of losing his roster spot.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 8 Days

Draughn worked as the No. 3 running back in Friday's preseason game against the Seahawks, gaining four yards on four carries.

After serving as Matt Forte's top backup in the first two exhibition games, Draughn worked behind fourth-round rookie Ka'Deem Carey, who gained 15 yards on four carries. We can't yet assume that Carey will be second on the depth chart by Week 1, but Draughn's value took a hit Friday night. The Bears can't be feeling too good about their running back depth, and figure to heavily lean on Forte.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 16 Days

Working as the No. 2 running back for a second consecutive game, Draughn gained 33 yards on three carries and 12 yards on two receptions in Thursday's preseason game against the Jaguars.

Once again, Draughn served as the clear No. 2, with rookie fourth-round draft pick Ka'Deem Carey third into the game, followed by Senorise Perry. While he seems to have the upper hand thus far, Draughn is already 26 years old, and has yet to make an impact in the league. He doesn't match Carey in terms of upside, but may still open the season as Matt Forte's top backup.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 22 Days

Draughn worked as the No. 2 running back in Friday's preseason opener against the Eagles, The Game Chicago's Adam Hoge reports.

Ka'Deem Carey, a fourth-round draft pick, worked as the No. 3, followed by Senorise Perry, Michael Ford, and then finally Jordan Lynch. Draughn recorded one carry for two yards and one reception for 10 yards, while Carey by far handled the biggest workload, carrying 10 times for just 23 yards. Typically, it isn't a good sign if a player sees a ton of playing time in the first preseason game, but given that Carey was used as the No. 3 back, the Bears probably just wanted to get the rookie some work. Despite what the initial depth chart says, Carey looks like the best handcuff for Matt Forte. Even if the Bears decide they don't trust Carey in the backup role, it's hard to imagine a team with such high aspirations for its offense would allow Draughn to occupy a fairly important position.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 4 Months

Bears signed RB Shaun Draughn.

Draughn carried the ball four times for two yards in three games with the Ravens last season before being released and spending four days on the Colts' roster. He can also return kicks and will compete for a roster spot.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 8 Months

Colts waived RB Shaun Draughn.

Draughn was on the roster for four days. With Donald Brown (stinger) ready to rock Sunday against the Chiefs, Draughn was no longer needed. He heads back to the street where he's been for much of the season.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 9 Months

Colts signed RB Shaun Draughn.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 11 Months

Ravens released RB/KR Shaun Draughn.

Draughn lost kick return duties to Deonte Thompson and didn't get a touch from scrimmage in each of the last two weeks.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 11 Months

Ravens RB Shaun Draughn (ankle) is active for Sunday's Week 4 game against the Bills.

Draughn being active despite not being 100 percent looks like an insurance move. The Ravens will have a chance to rest Ray Rice (hip) if the game turns into a blowout.

Shaun Draughn RB CHI 11 Months

Ravens RB Shaun Draughn sustained a high-ankle sprain in Sunday's win over the Texans.

Draughn, who was operating as Bernard Pierce's backup, went down in the fourth quarter and did not return. "I don't know the severity of it, but it is termed right now as a high ankle," coach John Harbaugh said. The Ravens are going to have to sign a free agent running back with Ray Rice (hip) and Draughn both sidelined.