TE - NYG
According to NFL Network’s Tom Pelissero, the New York Giants are trading a third-round pick for TE Darren Waller.
Waller is being acquired by the Giants to add to the weapons for QB Daniel Jones following his big contract. Waller is still under contract for the next four seasons for roughly $11 million a year. In return, the Raiders are receiving pick No. 100 in the 2023 NFL Draft, a pick the Giants acquired by trading away WR Kadarius Toney to the Kansas City Chiefs. Waller has been a starting TE in fantasy whenever healthy the last few seasons.
Darren Waller caught three of five targets for 72 yards and a TD in the Raiders' thrilling OT loss to the Niners on Sunday.
Waller started the scoring with a 24-yard TD in the first quarter and produced his best fantasy game since Week 2. Waller will look to finish his disappointing season on a high note next week against the Chiefs in Las Vegas.
Darren Waller caught four of five targets for 58 yards in the Raiders' loss to the Steelers on Saturday night.
Fifty-eight yards isn't a lot for the team lead, but the Raiders offense couldn't get much going in the cold Pittsburgh air on Christmas Eve. After missing most of the season, Waller has been solid since returning and will be a borderline TE1 next week against a tough Niners' defense.
Darren Waller caught all three of his targets for 48 yards in a win over the Patriots Sunday.
Waller broke free for a 25 yard touchdown reception in his first game since returning from injury. The star tight end had not played since early October. Fantasy managers should feel comfortable starting Waller moving forward.
Darren Waller has been activated to the 53-man roster and is eligible to play on Sunday against the Patriots.
The same goes for Hunter Renfrow as they were both designated to return from injured reserve earlier in the week. It is super tough for fantasy managers to trust Waller in his first week back, especially when he was disappointing when he was even healthy.
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