TE - JAC
Jaguars TE Dan Arnold has been placed on the Reserve/COVID-19 list ahead of Sunday's Week 17 game vs the New England Patriots.
Arnold has not played since Week 12 due to a knee injury that landed him on IR. Despite the fact he has since returned from IR, trusting him in the week of the fantasy football championship was going to be a tough sell for season-long fantasy managers anyhow, but being added to Reserve/COVID-19 only makes that sale tougher. Continue to monitor his status as the week progresses, but Arnold is likely off the fantasy radar regardless.
The Jaguars designated TE Dan Arnold (knee) to return from injured reserve.
Arnold would be difficult to trust in his first game back (if he plays), but the matchup against the Jets is certainly a strong one. We'll monitor his practice reports throughout the week to get a sense for his chances at suiting up.
Jacksonville Jaguars tight end Dan Arnold has been placed on injured reserve with a knee injury.
Arnold suffered an MCL sprain during Week 12's contest and may be done for the season. He has a four to six week timeline, so fantasy managers should feel free to cut bait. James O'Shaughnessy and Jacob Hollister with split snaps with O'Shaughnessy expected to get the first crack at leading the rotation.
Jaguars TE Dan Arnold suffered a Grade 2 MCL sprain in Week 12 against the Falcons.
He'll be out 4-6 weeks and it's up in the air as to whether or not we see him again this season. Arnold became arguably Jacksonville's top pass catcher in recent weeks. He was a serviceable low-end TE1 in PPR formats because of it. James O'Shaughnessy will likely take over his role moving forward.
Dan Arnold failed to see a target in the passing game during the Jaguars' Week 11 loss to the 49ers.
After leading the Jaguars in receiving in each of the last few weeks, Arnold was simply a non-factor in this one. While it didn't help that the 49ers dominated the time of possession, it's quite troubling to see his lack of involvement. Fortunately, Arnold finds himself in a great bounce-back spot in Wee 12 against the Falcons. He should be viewed as a low-end TE1 moving forward.
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