WR - KC
Nate Taylor of The Athletic is reporting that is Chiefs WR Byron Pringle is the most targeted receiver at minicamp.
Pringle signed his tender with the Chiefs during the offseason. He has been superstar QB Patrick Mahomes' most targeted receiver at minicamp. “The teammate who Mahomes targeted the most was Byron Pringle, the fourth-year receiver, per Taylor. Pringle hauled in 13 receptions for 160 yards and one touchdown across 13 games in 2020. Chiefs’ GM Brett Veach reportedly is very high on the 27-year-old wide receiver. “We’re extremely high on Byron Pringle,” said Veach. Pringle will compete with Mecole Hardman for the Chiefs WR2 role and is worth a late-round flyer In upcoming fantasy drafts. The Chiefs WR is currently 126th among all wideouts in the latest expert consensus draft rankings.
Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, WR Byron Pringle has signed his tender with the Chiefs.
Pringle, 27-years old, has signed his original-round tender with the Chiefs. This ensures Pringle will remain in Kansas City for one more year on a deal worth $2.1M. The Chiefs have previously commented being "extremely high" on Pringle and clearly expect a bigger role for him heading into 2021. Through 13 games in 2020, Pringle had 13 receptions for 160 yards and one touchdown. It is expected that Pringle will compete with Demarcus Robinson and Mecole Hardman for the vacancy left by Sammy Watkins. Pringle is currently 154th amongst all receivers in the latest expert consensus rankings.
The Kansas City Chiefs are “extremely high” on WR Byron Pringle, per GM Brett Veach.
The Chiefs used a restricted free agent tender on Pringle during the offseason. He hauled in 13 receptions for 160 yards and one touchdown across 13 games in 2020. Chiefs’ GM Brett Veach reportedly is very high on the 27-year-old wide receiver. “We’re extremely high on Byron Pringle,” said Veach. WR Sammy Watkins signed with the Ravens this offseason opening up a larger role in Kansas City’s offense. Pringle will compete with Demarcus Robinson and Mecole Hardman for Watkins’ former slot role in 2021. Based on Veach’s recent comments, Pringle could be the odds on favorite to win the Chiefs WR2 role alongside star-wideout Tyreek Hill. Pringle is currently 159th among all wideouts in the latest expert consensus rankings.
Kansas City Chiefs WR Byron Pringle has been tendered as a restricted free agent (RFA), per ESPN's Adam Schefter.
The Chiefs can opt to match other teams' offers for the fourth-year wideout or risk losing compensation if they are unwilling to match. Pringle caught 13 receptions for 160 yards and a touchdown during the 2020 regular season. He fits the Chiefs' offensive scheme well, as his blazing speed spreads the field alongside Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce. If he stays in Kansas City, his fantasy upside will remain limited due to the amount of talent on the roster, however, if he joins another team in need of a slot wideout, his fantasy ceiling will almost assuredly increase in 2021.
The Chiefs placed WR Byron Pringle (ankle) on IR.
Pringle serves as receiver depth for the Chiefs, but he doesn't get any run when everyone is healthy. His absence likely increases the opportunities that Mecole Hardman will receive down the stretch.
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