Hakeem Nicks
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By Ryan Sacks, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Aug 24th 12:32am EDT

Hakeem Nicks caught 2 passes that went for 18 yards in the Colts 3rd preseason game.

Fantasy Impact: Nicks seems to be running well and gaining the confidence of Andrew Luck. He's holding off promising rookie Donte Moncrief and appears locked in as the Colts 3rd wideout. With youth and talent on his side, landing him as a WR 4/5 could turn into a nice value pick.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Aug 24th 12:15am EDT

Nicks hauled in both of his targets on a night where the Colts first team offense mainly struggled. It is worth noting that Nicks' second reception was nearly a touchdown as he was brought down on the one yard line after a seven yard gain. (Source: Jason Mullins)

Fantasy Impact: Nicks continued to produce with the return of Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton. Thanks to his typically sure hands and tall frame, he should become a favorite red-zone target of Andrew Luck. Nicks current ADP puts him as a WR4/5, but he possesses WR2/3 potential if he is able to carve a role in the Colts' offense.

By Nathan Tucker, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Aug 17th 5:46pm EDT

Hakeem Nicks was in regular season form against his previous team. It appears he is capable of carving out a role in the Colts offense. (Source: Evan Silva on Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Nicks caught all 5 of his targets for 53 yards. He took advantage of the absence of Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton and showed what he can offer for the Colts offense. At this point, it's best to draft him as a WR4 for potential to develop into a WR3 since there are many mouths to feed in the receiving corp.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Sat, Aug 16th 11:40pm EDT

Nicks caught all five targets in the second preseason game for the Colts. He would have had a sixth reception for 36 yards but the play was called back on an unsportsmanlike conduct call.

Fantasy Impact: Nicks was Andrew Lucks top option with Reggie Wayne and T.Y. Hilton being held out of the game. He made the most of the opportunity and in the process showed his old team what they were missing by letting him go during the off-season. If Nicks can manage to stay healthy, he may be worth a late round flier.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Wed, Aug 13th 10:33am EDT

Nicks pulled in a nice one handed grab for a touchdown during 11 on 11 drills. The red zone has been a focal point of offensive drills, and Nicks is expected to be a big part of the red zone attack. (Source: Colts.com)

Fantasy Impact: Nicks is getting more and more comfortable with his role in the Colts receiving corps. He was initially working to get into football shape towards the beginning of camp but has began to round into form nicely. Nicks is a WR3-4, but if he stays healthy will present low WR2 value at worst. Nicks is worth a pick in the later rounds of deeper league drafts.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Sun, Aug 10th 10:37pm EDT

Hakeem Nicks had some impressive catches in Sunday's practice. Nicks appears to be closer to the player he was prior to being plagued by injury. (Source: Colts.com)

Fantasy Impact: Nicks is looking to bounce back from and underwhelming 2013. While there was much made of his not quite being in top shape at the beginning of camp, it looks like he might be finally rounding into form. If he can remain healthy, he will complement the Colts already plentiful receiving corps nicely. Nicks is currently a WR 3-4 with low WR2 upside.

By Jason Mullins, Colts Correspondent, Tue, Aug 5th 12:00pm EDT

Nicks has been unimpressive to this point in camp and was held out of practice yesterday after a scheduled day off on Sunday. Offensive coordinator Pep Hamilton noted that he was not in the best shape when he arrived to training camp, saying "Yeah I don't know if I can say that I've seen enough. I think he is still working to get himself in game shape." (Source: Stephen Holder via Twitter)

Fantasy Impact: Injury issues, as well as motivational issues, have plagued Nicks throughout his career. It doesn't appear that he left all that baggage in New York before being signed this off-season by the Colts. Nicks is currently listed as the Colt's third WR but is certainly feeling the pressure from outstanding rookie Donte Moncrief. Nicks is a gamble in all formats unless he turns his performance on the field around in a hurry.

RotoBaller | Aug 21st
BALLER MOVE: Target ~100 (ADP 115, WR 44) ANALYSIS: I understand why Hakeem Nicks‘ ADP is this low, and even lower on some boards. It’s a case of too many mouths for Andrew Luck to feed, his injury history, and the fact that in the past two years Hakeem Nicks has finished +50 in the wide […]
EDSFootball | Aug 4th
An interesting situation seems to be developing with Indianapolis Colts wide receiver Hakeem Nicks. Yesterday, Tom James of the Terre Haute Tribune-Star tweeted the following: Hamilton on Nicks: "Yeah, I don’t know if I can say that I’ve seen enough. I think he is still working to get himself in game shape...— Tom James (@TribStarTJames) August 3, 2014 Today, Stephen Holder of...