Ladarius Green
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FFLockerRoom | Jul 25th
This guy has breakout star written all over him. The future replacement to Antonio Gates in San Diego is a great athlete at 6Â’6? and 240 pounds, so there is no doubt that he can be a mismatch to the opposing defense. He kind of reminds me of Julius Thomas in Denver in the way that he can be explosive at the tight end position despite being such a big guy. The problem is that he is behind Gates and will not receive the looks that Gates gets unless there is an injury. Expect a major breakout season when he does assume the starting role, but it is tempered expectations for now.
The New York Times | Jul 25th
Gifted talent held back by run blocking responsibilities in a run-first offense.
Breaking Football | Jul 24th
Talent and upside is there, but so is Gates.
Win My Fantasy League | Jul 20th
Ladarius Green should see a healthy amount of targets this season and should be an upside TE2 but those who have boarded the hype wagon would do well to remember that this is a run first team with Hall of Fame shoe-in Antonio Gates still on the roster as the top tight end.
Fantasy Football Maniax | Jul 15th
I think Green is going to have a TE1 breakout season next year, he finished 2013 with an expanded role in the Chargers offense and he posted 376 yards and 3 touchdowns on just 17 receptions.
Rotoprofessor | Jun 18th
by Eric Stashin (aka The Rotoprofessor) It’s one thing to wait on tight end, but it’s another to completely roll the dice and simply hope your bet pays off. The investment you would have to make on The Chargers’ Ladarius Green is so low he