Riley Ridley

Riley Ridley

Height: 6' 1"Weight: 200 lbsAge: 22College: Georgia

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Riley Ridley inactive Thursday night

Bears rookie wide receiver Riley Ridley is inactive for the team's opening night matchup against the Green Bay Packers on Thursday.

Fantasy Impact

Ridley is behind Allen Robinson, Anthony Miller, Taylor Gabriel, and special teams ace Cordarrelle Patterson on the depth chart in Chicago, meaning he is at least one injury away from seeing any meaningful snaps.

Mike Maher6 weeks ago
Riley Ridley puts up donut in win

Riley Ridley failed to catch his lone target in the Bears' 27-17 win over the Colts on Saturday.

Fantasy Impact

The fourth-rounder from Georgia couldn't secure his only target in Saturday's win. He'll play a backup role this season behind Allen Robinson, Anthony Miller, and Taylor Gabriel.

Zachary Hanshew8 weeks ago
Riley Ridley goes for 19 yards in loss

Riley Ridley finished with 19 yards on three of five targets in the Bears’ preseason loss to the Giants on Friday.

Fantasy Impact

The fourth-rounder showed a lot of promise last season with nine TDs at Georgia, and Chicago is hoping that talent can translate to the next level. He’ll have a tough time finding a regular role this season, playing behind Allen Robinson, Anthony Miller, Taylor Gabriel and Cordarrelle Patterson.

Zachary Hanshew9 weeks ago
Riley Ridley selected by Chicago Bears at No. 126

With the 24th pick in the fourth round of the NFL Draft (No. 126 overall), the Chicago Bears selected Georgia wide receiver Riley Ridley.

Fantasy Impact

Ridley has average size for a wide receiver and is considered a solid route runner while not being much of a home run threat. He joins a Chicago depth chart that features Allen Robinson, Taylor Gabriel, and Anthony Miller at the wide receiver position.

Mike Maher25 weeks ago
Riley Ridley selected 126th overall by Chicago Bears

The Chicago Bears have selected UGA WR Riley Ridley with the 126th overall pick in the 2019 NFL Draft.

Fantasy Impact

The Bears had a slight need for wide receiver depth after parting ways with Jay Bellamy and oft-injured first-round bust Kevin White. Pair that with the fact that Taylor Gabriel's contributions were very much Jeckell and Hyde and the Ridley pick makes sense. Ridley fits the mold of an outside possession receiver who is rough around the edges but could carve out a role in four-receiver sets.