Draft Scout Snapshot: A closer look at the Panthers' picks: Round 6/182 -- Kenjon Barner, RB, 5-9, 196, Oregon...With DeAngelo Williams, Jonathan Stewart and Mike Tolbert already on the roster, this certainly wasn't a "need" pick. Barner could see action as a returner in 2013, and he could be groomed to be Williams' future successor. - The Sports Xchange
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08/18/17 - RB Kenjon Barner was cleared to return to practice on Thursday after being out with a concussion. Barner is also getting look at kick returns with the first team and punts with the No. 2s.
08/24/15 - RB Kenjon Barner has returned two punt returns for touchdowns in the Eagles' first two preseason games. He also has run for another touchdown. Barner is battling rookie Raheem Mostert for what is expected to be the fourth and final running back spot on the roster. Coach Chip Kelly admitted that Barner, who played for him at Oregon, is "making a huge case" to be part of the roster.
"He's putting himself in position," Kelly said.
01/04/15 - RB Kenjon Barner was signed by the Eagles to a reserve/future contract on Tuesday (Dec. 30) for the 2015 season. He ended the 2014 season on the practice squad.
11/04/14 - RB Kenjon Barner was signed by the Eagles to their practice squad Tuesday (Nov. 4).
09/10/14 - RB Kenjon Barner was waived from reserve/injured with an injury settlement by the Eagles Monday (Sept. 8).
09/01/14 - RB Kenjon Barner cleared waivers Sunday (Aug. 31) and was placed on reserve/injured by the Eagles.
08/19/14 - RB/KR Kenjon Barner was acquired by the Eagles from the Panthers Tuesday (Aug. 19) for a conditional seventh-round draft choice in 2015.
Said head coach Chip Kelly, "Kenjon will hopefully bring some depth to both our running back and return positions. He's obviously a guy I know really well from Oregon, where he had a very productive career. He has a lot of speed, explosiveness and had a knack for making some really big plays. But our plan with him right now is get him in Philadelphia as soon as we can and plug him in at running back and returner and let him compete."
Last year, Barner was drafted in the sixth round by the Panthers. The 5-foot-9, 185-pound running back and returner finished his collegiate career ranked second in school history in rushing yards (3,623) and tied for second with 41 rushing touchdowns. He averaged 22.5 yards and scored one touchdown on kickoff returns, while averaging 10.1 yards with one touchdown on punt returns in college. As a senior in 2012, Barner earned first-team All-America honors by rushing for 1,767 yards (second-most in school history) and 21 touchdowns (tied for most ever in school history).
08/06/14 - RB Kenjon Barner, who's been mostly bothered by a sore left hamstring, returned to work for the first time since last Thursday.
12/11/13 - --RB Kenjon Barner is expected to get a jersey Sunday. The rookie has been inactive for seven games this year, but he should get some more work while RB Jonathan Stewart is out.
10/02/13 - --RB Kenjon Barner went through a full practice Wednesday and the sixth-round pick is expected to make his NFL debut Sunday. Barner missed Carolina's first three games after spraining his foot in the third preseason game.