TE - SEA
Week 3 Outlook
The Baltimore Ravens have waived TE Luke Willson.
Willson was held out of last week's game due to a hip injury and with Mark Andrews healthy, there is no room for the 8-year veteran. He'll likely latch on to another team once he clears waivers.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Luke Willson caught a 12-yard pass on his lone target in a 34-17 win over Dallas in Week 13.
Willson has made just that one catch in his two games with the Ravens, despite operating as the team's lead tight end. He will return to a reserve role once Mark Andrews is activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Baltimore Ravens tight end Luke Willson was unable to bring in either of his two targets in a 19-14 loss to the Steelers in Week 12.
Willson got some work with Mark Andrews landing on the league's reserve/COVID-19 list earlier in the week. Willson will not be a recommended fantasy option in Week 13 against Dallas, even if Andrews isn't activated.
Luke Willson, who has been a free agent all season, is being signed to the Baltimore Ravens.
Willson started this season with the Seahawks before being cut after Week 8. Over the five games he suited up for in Seattle, he was utilized mostly on special teams, with just 10 total offensive snaps. WIllson's presence in Baltimore shouldn't affect anyone's fantasy value too much as he's just a depth add in the wake of Nick Boyle going to IR.
Luke Willson (hip) has been downgraded to questionable for Sunday's game against the 49ers.
After missing four games due to a hamstring injury, Willson returned in Sunday's Week 16 loss to the Cardinals. He will most likely be a game-time decision for the season finale. Fantasy owners should monitor his status 90 minutes before Sunday's 8:20 PM ET kickoff. If Willson is ruled out, Jacob Hollister would take over as the main tight end for the Seahawks.