WR - WAS
Week 3 Outlook
Antonio Gandy-Golden caught his first NFL pass this Sunday against the Arizona Cardinals. It went for three yards.
Gandy-Golden is a promising alebit raw talent with a massive frame (6'4" 223 lb) but shouldn't be rostered at this point except in deeper leagues or dynasty formats as a bench-stash.
Washington rookie wide receiver Antonio Gandy-Golden was a full participant in practice on Wednesday as he continues to work his way back from a concussion.
It is not entirely clear if Gandy-Golden has cleared the league's concussion protocols, but his practice status on Wednesday indicates that he likely has or will soon. After being drafted in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft, he is expected to begin the year as the team's No. 4 wide receiver behind Terry McLaurin, Steven Sims, and Dontrelle Inman, but McLaurin is the only one ahead of him who is locked into a role.
Washington Football Team rookie WR Antonio Gandy-Golden returned to practice Friday after a week without practicing.
Gandy-Golden was thought to have a shot at the WR3 role in Washington this season, but the team brought in veteran Dontrelle Inman, and it looks like he’ll start opposite Terry McLaurin to begin the season. AGG is a dynasty stash at this point and should remain on the waiver wire in shallow redraft leagues.
WR Antonio Gandy-Golden has looked impressive early in camp, per Scott Fortier of Washington Post.
Gandy-Golden is impressing in camp, but is losing first-team reps to Steven Sims and Dontrelle Inman. He tested positive for Coronavirus during the off-season and has fully recovered. AGG is competing with Inman and Sims for Washington's WR2 role outside Terry McLaurin. The 22-year-old hauled in 150 receptions for 2,433 yards and 20 touchdowns over the last two years at Liberty. Gandy-Golden is a target in dynasty formats and a dart throw in deep-leagues.
Washington has agreed to terms with fourth-round pick WR Antonio Gandy-Golden.
Gandy-Golden was drafted by Washington in the fourth round of the 2020 NFL Draft. He tested positive for Coronavirus in March, and has fully recovered. AGG expects to compete with Steven Sims for Washington's WR2 role opposite Terry McLaurin. The 22-year-old hauled in 150 receptions for 2,433 yards and 20 touchdowns over the last two years at Liberty.