WR - WAS
Week 3 Outlook
Washington wide receiver Adam Humphries caught seven of his eight targets for 44 yards in Thursday's win over the New York Giants.
Humphries was only targeted twice in Week 1 but saw more work in Thursday's pass-heavy attack under Taylor Heinicke. His production is likely to remain inconsistent from week to week.
Washington Football Team WR Adam Humphries catches one pass for six yards in the preseason opener against the New England Patriots.
Although Humphries's stat line is not impressive, QB Ryan Fitzpatrick targeted him twice out of the slot on third-down throws. The duo played together in 2018, where Humphries had 105 targets as a Buccaneer. If he continues to be a reliable option for Fitzpatrick, Humphries can offer low-end flex value. He will be available for almost no cost in most leagues, so this connection is one to monitor.
Washington Football team WR Adam Humphries is QB Ryan Fitzpatrick's favorite target so far in training camp, per Rhiannon Walker of The Athletic.
It's surprising to hear Humphries is the favorite target of Fitzpatrick, considering the Washington Football Team has stud WR Terry McClaurin and big free-agent signing WR Curtis Samuel. Humphries struggled to find his footing in Tennessee after a breakout 2018 year in Tampa Bay, where he had 105 targets out of the slot. He can carve out a nice role for himself as a reliable slot receiver and could fill in your flex spot on bye weeks or in the case of injuries.
Per Field Yates of ESPN, The Washington Football Team and WR Adam Humphries have agreed to a deal.
Humphries was cut by the Titans last month half-way through his four-year, $36M contract he signed back in 2019. The 27-year old dealt with injuries throughout 2020 and only played in seven games finishing with 23 receptions for 228 yards. The veteran receiver will man the slot alongside newly required receiver Curtis Samuel and star WR Terry McLaurin. With Ryan Fitzpatrick at the helm, we could potentially see a three-headed attack with the WR trio.
Per Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post, WR Adam Humphries is visiting the Washington Football Team for a workout.
Humphries was cut by the Titans last month half-way through his four-year, $36M contract he signed back in 2019. The 27-year old dealt with injuries throughout 2020 and only played in seven games finishing with 23 receptions for 228 yards. Humphries could be a potential target in the slot for Washington as they continue to bolster their WR corps after already signing Curtis Samuel. This could theoretically give new QB, Ryan Fitzpatrick, a weapon he is familiar with from his time in Tampa Bay.