Kendall Wright
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By Rickey Brooksher, Titans Correspondent, Tue, Jul 29th 10:03am EDT

Joe Fann reports WR Kendall Wright is performing at a high level this training camp. QB Jake Locker said Wright is "explosive" and "dynamic". HC Ken Whisenhunt also praised the 3rd year wideout. (Source: Titansonline.com)

Fantasy Impact: The biggest concern with Wright is the lack of a proven backup QB should Locker suffer an injury once again. If Locker can stay healthy, expect Wright to put up career bests under Whisenhunt's system.

By Nathan Levin, Titans Correspondent, Wed, Jul 23rd 5:07pm EDT

Titans' beat writer Jim Wyatt projects Kendall Wright to have 88 receptions, 1360 receiving yards, and 8 touchdowns for this upcoming season. (Source: The Tennessean)

Fantasy Impact: Of course, this is a very optimistic projection for Wright, but it is not as farfetched as it might initially appear. In his sophomore season, Wright finished the year with 94 receptions and 1079 receiving yards. Entering his third year in the league, Wright is a prime breakout candidate, as he is a perfect fit for Ken Whisenhunt's spread quick-rhythm offense.

Breaking Football | Jul 31st
Solid PPR guy who doesn't score much. Inconsistency at QB curbs his upside a bit.
The New York Times | Jul 30th
A better PPR option as his QB issues keep him weighed down.
FFLockerRoom | Jul 30th
Wright broke through the 1,000-yard mark and finished the season with 1,079 yards on 94 receptions but just two touchdowns. We really like the upside this youngster has. In 16 games in 2013, Wright produced 5-plus receptions in 12 along with 13 games with at least 50-plus yards. We want to see him get more involved inside the red zone to increase his touchdown production. He is a solid No.3 option with a ton of upside for better production then his draft position would say. Wright has developed into the Titans’ and quarterback Jake Locker’s clear No. 1 receiver, but his upside is capped a bit by the lack of end-zone visits.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 26th
Should have best fantasy season yet and push for top-25 WR numbers once again
Razzball | Jul 24th
"Could somebody hold one of my balls?" Last season, Kendall Wright had 94 receptions for 1,079 yards with 2 touchdowns. Yes, you read that correctly. Just two. That is not Kendall Wright, rather, it's Kendall Wrong. Bold pun strategy there, I know. Simply magical. Now that I got that out of my system, you should know there are quite a few reasons why Wright is underrated. He's a 5'10" receiv...
Fantasy Knuckleheads | Jul 22nd
Kendall Wright’s 2014 Fantasy Value, 3rd Year Wonder The Titans are in position to be one of the weaker teams in the league, with a below average defense and questions at quarterback. Even though they will probably consistently lose they still hold some fantasy football relevant players, notably Kendall Wright who is set up for a positive regression in 2014. Jake Locker‘s top […...
RotoBaller | Jul 22nd
BALLER MOVE:: Target ~65-70th, 55-60th in PPR (Current ADP: 86) ANALYSIS: Last year Kendall Wright, the former 1st Round Pick, quietly put together his first 1000 yard season with the Titans. With both Ryan Fitzpatrick and Jake Locker at the helm, Wright was a PPR machine catching 94 passes on the season on 140 targets. He […]
Hatty Waiver Wire Guru | Jul 21st
He doesn't receive too much press, but this kid is a wonderful addition for bye-weeks and injury spot starts.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
Wright finished 2013 with 94 receptions for 1,079 yards and two receiving touchdowns. He is a solid quarterback away from being a WR1.
Rotoprofessor | Jul 14th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) Which wide receivers should receive a significant boost up your fantasy rankings when we move from a non-PPR to a PPR format?  Let’s take a look at some of the most notable increases:   Julian Edelman – New England
Fantasy Team Advice | Jul 10th
Wright is a high-volume receiver who received 139 targets in his second season. Wright finished in the top 20 in PPR leagues despite only scoring twice last season. The Titans' offense should be improved, which could lead to more scoring opportunities to add to what could be another 90+ catches.
Rotoprofessor | Jun 25th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) The Titan’s Kendall Wright’s is probably going to be a popular name heading into fantasy drafts this season, but should it be? First, let’s look at his production from 2013: Receptions: 94 (140 targets) Yards: 1,079 Touchdowns: 2 Obviously