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Brycen Hopkins

Brycen Hopkins

TE - LAR

Height: 6' 5"Weight: 245 lbsAge: 25College: Purdue

Week 12 Outlook

LAR @ KC
Sun 4:25pm ET
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Week Rank (ECR) TE #75
Projection 0.9 pts

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Brycen Hopkins suspended three games

Brycen Hopkins has been suspended for three games for violating the NFL policy on substance of abuse.

Fantasy Impact

Hopkins will miss games against the Cardinals, 49ers and Cowboys. He did not play much on the offensive side of the ball the first two weeks of the season for the Rams.

Ari Koslow10 weeks ago
Brycen Hopkins tallies six catches Friday

Brycen Hopkins caught all six of his targets for 41 yards in the Rams' loss to Houston Friday.

Fantasy Impact

Hopkins is currently going undrafted in fantasy leagues according to FantasyPros, and will play behind Tyler Higbee, at the very least. Fantasy managers will want to look elsewhere for TE options.

Jesse Garcia14 weeks ago
Brycen Hopkins produces when called upon in Super Bowl Win

Hopkins stepped in when starting TE Kendall Blanton left with a knee injury, and caught four balls for 47 yards. According to PFF reporter Nathan Jahnke on Twitter, Hopkins saw 39 snaps out of the 69 total plays ran by the Rams offense.

Fantasy Impact

Hopkins put together a solid day of production for DFS players, but in the long run, he will be buried on the depth chart unless radical changes happen in the offseason.

Charles Vakassian41 weeks ago
Brycen Hopkins selected No. 136 by Los Angeles Rams

The Los Angeles Rams have selected tight end Brycen Hopkins with the No. 136 overall pick in the 2020 NFL Draft.

Fantasy Impact

The Rams confused some people with this pick, as they already have two very good TEs in Tyler Higbee and Gerald Everett. Nevertheless, they select Hopkins out of Purdue with the 136th overall pick in the Draft. According to Pro Football Focus, he had 22 drops on 152 catchable balls in college, which could be the reason he fell into the fourth round of the Draft. He’s a big, talented receiver with a lot of skill, but it doesn’t seem like a great fit for him in Los Angeles. The plus for Hopkins is that he’ll get to learn from one of the top receiving tight ends in the league in Higbee.

Adam Koffler3 years ago
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