TE - PHI
Week 14 Outlook
Eagles TE Grant Calcaterra (ankle) is officially ruled out for Sunday’s matchup with the Bills.
Calcaterra is dealing with an ankle injury and will not suit up against Buffalo. The 24-year-old will now miss his second straight game after missing last week with a concussion. Fantasy managers should expect Jack Stoll and Albert Okwuegbunam to see the bulk of the snaps against Buffalo.
Grant Calcaterra is officially inactive for Week 2.
Calcaterra is inactive for the second consecutive week. The Eagles are utilizing Noah Togiai as the team’s third tight end for their matchup with Minnesota. Fantasy managers should leave Calcaterra on the waiver wire.
Grant Calcaterra is still not practicing due to a hamstring injury. He last practiced on July 30th.
Calcaterra is missing valuable practice time as he attempts to work his way up the depth chart. The 2022 sixth-round pick is currently the fourth TE on the depth chart, so he is unlikely to carry any fantasy value this season.
Eagles rookie TE Grant Calcaterra (hamstring) will miss time during training camp, per Geoff Mosher.
Calcaterra will miss some time this off-season, but it's still unclear how severe of an injury it is or how much time he'll have to miss. He wasn't going to have much of a fantasy impact to begin with during his rookie year, but whatever chance he has of climbing the depth chart grows slimmer for every day of practice he misses.
The Philadelphia Eagles selected TE Grant Calcaterra with the No. 198 pick in the 2022 NFL Draft.
The more recent former SMU Mustang and former Oklahoma Sooner will get a chance to reunite with Jalen Hurts in Philly. Calcaterra has good athleticism and speed for his position. He has a chance to be a real vertical threat for Philly who has developed some great pass-catching tight ends with Dallas Goedert and Zach Ertz.