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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2023 Draft Rankings

Travis Kelce Note
Travis Kelce photo 1. Travis Kelce KC (at LAC)
All hail the king of tight ends! Travis Kelce has finished TE1 in PPR fantasy scoring in six of the last seven seasons, settling for a runner-up finish behind Mark Andrews in 2021. The gap between Kelce and all other tight ends was a vast chasm in 2022. Kelce averaged 19.2 PPR points; the next-closest tight end, T.J. Hockenson, averaged 13.3 fantasy points. Kelce has strung together seven consecutive 1,000-yard seasons, and he's averaged 8.4 touchdowns per year over that span. In 2022, he had a career-high 110 catches for 1,338 yards and 12 touchdowns. Kelce turns 34 in October, but the bigger concern for people with late fantasy drafts is that Kelce hyperextended his knee in a Sept. 5 practice, leaving his status for Week 1 (and perhaps beyond) in doubt.
13 weeks ago
Mark Andrews Note
Mark Andrews photo 2. Mark Andrews BAL (vs . PIT)
After catching 107 passes for 1,361 yards and nine touchdowns and leading all tight ends in fantasy scoring in 2021, Mark Andrews was off to a hot start in 2022 before his production fell off in October. Andrews had 39-455-5 over his first six games but then had 34-392-0 over his last nine games while dealing with knee and shoulder issues, along with the late-season absence of injured QB Lamar Jackson. The upside remains vast for the 27-year-old Andrews, who's a worthy TE target if you miss out on Travis Kelce.
14 weeks ago
T.J. Hockenson Note
T.J. Hockenson photo 3. T.J. Hockenson MIN (at DET)
A midseason trade to the Vikings invigorated T.J. Hockenson in 2022. In seven games with the Lions, he averaged 6.1 targets and had 26 catches. After the trade, Hockenson averaged 8.6 targets in Minnesota and had 60 catches in 10 games. He also had 10 catches for 129 yards in the Vikings' playoff loss to the Giants. Entering his age-26 season, Hockenson is in the prime of his career and is an attractive option at the TE position now that he's with a team eager to leverage his pass-catching talents.
14 weeks ago
Darren Waller Note
Darren Waller photo 4. Darren Waller NYG (vs . PHI)
After putting together back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons in 2019 and 2020, Darren Waller has missed 14 games due to injury over the last two years. In 2021, a knee injury forced Waller to miss five late-season games. In 2022, a hamstring injury wiped out nearly half of his season. Now with the Giants, Waller could see a lot of targets for a team that lacks size at the WR position. Waller has been reasonably productive when healthy the last two seasons, but he now has to be considered at least a mild health risk, and the big tight end will turn 31 in September.
14 weeks ago
George Kittle Note
George Kittle photo 5. George Kittle SF (vs . LAR)
George Kittle remains one of the NFL's most talented tight ends and is arguably the hardest to tackle. He's coming off a strange season in which he scored a career-high 11 touchdowns but averaged 51 receiving yards per game -- the fewest since his rookie year in 2017. Kittle has been remarkably efficient as a pass catcher, with a career average of 9.6 yards per target. The question is whether Kittle will be targeted often enough to suit his fantasy managers. The 49ers are in flux at the QB position, and Kittle will have to share targets with RB Christian McCaffrey and WRs Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk.
14 weeks ago
Dallas Goedert Note
Dallas Goedert photo 6. Dallas Goedert PHI (at NYG)
Over the last two years, Dallas Goedert has averaged 56.7 yards per game and a wildly efficient 10.6 yards per target. He finished fifth in fantasy points per game in 2022, missing five late-season games with a shoulder injury. The athletic Goedert is a playmaking tight end who's averaged 13.8 yards per catch over the last two years. His target upside may be limited, however, since the Eagles were the fourth run-heaviest team in the league last season, and since Goedert has to share targets with WRs A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith. Goedert hasn't scored more than five touchdowns in any of his five NFL seasons.
14 weeks ago
Kyle Pitts Note
Kyle Pitts photo 7. Kyle Pitts ATL (at NO)
After becoming the first tight end in 50 seasons to have 1,000 receiving yards as a rookie, Kyle Pitts had a bitterly disappointing sophomore season, finishing with 28 catches for 356 yards and two touchdowns and missing the last six games of the season with a torn MCL. The 22-year-old Pitts is immensely talented and figures to be a top fantasy TE for many years to come. But can Pitts be a prolific fantasy scorer in 2023 with run-loving head coach Arthur Smith in charge of the Falcons' offense and the Atlanta QB situation unsettled? Pitts will be a high-risk, high-reward fantasy option for 2023, but at least he'll be cheaper in this year's drafts than he was in 2022.
14 weeks ago
Pat Freiermuth Note
Pat Freiermuth photo 8. Pat Freiermuth PIT (at BAL)
After a promising rookie season in which he had 60 catches for 497 yards and seven touchdowns, Pat Freiermuth scored only two TDs in 2022. But Freiermuth drew 98 targets in his second season and finished with 63 catches for 732 yards. The former second-round draft pick from Penn State offers a solid fantasy floor as a key component of the Pittsburgh passing game.
14 weeks ago
Evan Engram Note
Evan Engram photo 9. Evan Engram JAC (at TEN)
Evan Engram had a terrific rookie season for the Giants in 2017, then spent the next four years failing to live up to expectations. He signed a one-year deal with the Jaguars in 2022 and thrived in his new environment, catching 73 passes for 766 yards and four touchdowns. Engram also had 7-93-1 in the Jaguars epic come-from-behind playoff win vs. the Chargers. Back with the Jags after being franchise-tagged, Engram will likely be drafted as a midrange or low-end TE1 this summer. That might be a slight overpay now that the Jaguars have added WR Calvin Ridley and have ample pass-catching weaponry on the roster to make target competition fierce.
14 weeks ago
David Njoku Note
David Njoku photo 10. David Njoku CLE (at CIN)
David Njoku's first five seasons in Cleveland were a mixed bag, but the uber-athletic tight end had a strong 2022 campaign, with 58 catches for 628 yards and four touchdowns in 14 games. Njoku hauled in 72.5% of his targets and averaged 44.9 yards per game. Although he's been in the league since 2017, Njoku will only be entering his age-27 season, so he's squarely in the prime of his career. With his massive wingspan and above-average speed, Njoku might still be able to take up his game another notch.
14 weeks ago
Chigoziem Okonkwo Note
Chigoziem Okonkwo photo 11. Chigoziem Okonkwo TEN (vs . JAC)
A fourth-round draft pick from Maryland, Chigoziem "Chig" Okonkwo was a pleasant surprise for the Titans in his rookie season, catching 32 passes for 450 yards and three touchdowns. He averaged 14.1 yards per catch and 9.8 yards per target, flashing impressive speed and tackle-breaking ability after the catch. Okonkwo is an exciting addition to the TE pool, although the Titans' grim QB situation and the arrival of target hog DeAndre Hopkins might force us to temper our enthusiasm for this up-and-coming tight end.
14 weeks ago
Dalton Schultz Note
Dalton Schultz photo 12. Dalton Schultz HOU (at IND)
Dalton Schultz signed a one-year deal with Houston, where he should have ample target opportunity but will be paired with rookie QB C.J. Stroud. Schultz was TE3 in fantasy scoring in 2021, catching 78 passes for 808 yards and eight touchdowns. But his production tapered off in 2022. He finished with 57-577-5 and dealt with an early-season knee injury that cost him a pair of games. Schultz isn't particularly athletic, and he's averaged just 6.5 yards per target last season, suggesting that his 2021 numbers aren't likely to be repeated.
14 weeks ago
Tyler Higbee Note
Tyler Higbee photo 13. Tyler Higbee LAR (at SF)
Tyler Higbee was busy in 2022 but not wildly productive. He finished fourth among tight ends in targets (108) and fifth in receptions (72), but with 620 receiving yards and three touchdowns, he only finished TE9 in fantasy scoring. His first touchdown of the year didn't come until Week 15. Higbee has become a decent fantasy option at TE, though he has never lived up to the promise of his spectacular late-season run in 2019, when he piled up 43-522-2 over the last five games of the year.
14 weeks ago
Dalton Kincaid Note
Dalton Kincaid photo 14. Dalton Kincaid BUF (at MIA)
It's rare for rookie tight ends to make a significant fantasy impact, but Kincaid has a chance to provide instant value. The Bills traded up two spots in the first round of the NFL Draft to land Kincaid, who was widely regarded as the best pure pass catcher in a loaded TE class. The presence of veteran TE Dawson Knox could limit Kincaid's snaps, but he should still see his fair share of targets, and those targets will be coming from one of the NFL's top quarterbacks, Josh Allen.
14 weeks ago
Juwan Johnson Note
Juwan Johnson photo 15. Juwan Johnson NO (vs . ATL)
Juwan Johnson finished TE11 in half-point PPR fantasy scoring last season after catching 42 passes for 508 yards and seven touchdowns. It was an impressive performance considering that the Saints slogged through 2022 with Andy Dalton as their quarterback for most of the year. The Saints didn't select any of the top tight ends from a loaded TE draft class, and they traded TE Adam Trautman to the Broncos, although they did sign TE Foster Moreau, who is recovering from Hodgkin's Lymphoma and reportedly plans to play in 2023. A former undrafted free agent, Johnson has been a diamond in the rough for the Saints and could provide more sneaky fantasy value in 2023.
14 weeks ago
Cole Kmet Note
Cole Kmet photo 16. Cole Kmet CHI (at GB)
One of the few credible pass catchers for the Chicago Bears last season, Cole Kmet led the team in targets (69), catches (50), receiving yards (544) and TD catches (7). Kmet got off to a s slow start in 2022, catching five passes for 56 yards over his first four games, but still finished TE8 in PPR fantasy scoring. If Bears QB Justin Fields shows improvement as a passer in 2023, Kmet could take another step up in his age-24 season, though the Bears' addition of WR D.J. Moore casts a shadow over Kmet's target outlook.
14 weeks ago
Greg Dulcich Note
Greg Dulcich photo 17. Greg Dulcich DEN (at LV)
Greg Dulcich missed the first five games of his rookie season with a hamstring injury, but the third-round draft pick was productive upon his return, scoring a touchdown in his NFL debut and finishing the season with 33-411-2 in 10 games. Dulcich averaged 5.5 targets per game and drew eight or more targets in four of his 10 games. He's an intriguing growth stock for 2023.
14 weeks ago
Gerald Everett Note
Gerald Everett photo 18. Gerald Everett LAC (vs . KC)
Gerald Everett posted career highs in receptions and receiving yardage in 2022, finishing with 58-555-4. Everett hasn't finished as a top-12 fantasy TE in any of his six NFL seasons, but he's established himself as a playable TE2. Everett benefits from playing with Justin Herbert, one of the better young quarterbacks in the league.
14 weeks ago
Sam LaPorta Note
Sam LaPorta photo 19. Sam LaPorta DET (vs . MIN)
An early-second-round selection in this year's NFL Draft, LaPorta should step right into a significant role with the Lions and could see decent target volume right away, particularly with Lions WR Jameson Williams serving a six-game gambling suspension at the start of the season. The 6-3, 250-pound LaPorta ran a 4.59 at the NFL Scouting Combine and posted a Relative Athletic Score of 9.02. He has a chance to provide low-end TE1 value as a rookie, but TE2 production might be a more reasonable expectation.
14 weeks ago
Irv Smith Jr. Note
Irv Smith Jr. photo 20. Irv Smith Jr. CIN (vs . CLE)
Hopes were high for Irv Smith Jr. in 2022 after he missed the entire 2021 season with a torn meniscus in his knee, but Smith endured a high-ankle sprain in Week 8 and didn't make it back until Week 18. Smith finished the year with 25 catches for 182 yards and two touchdowns in eight games. Smith won't turn 25 until August, so there's still hope that the former second-round draft pick will become a fantasy-viable tight end, but he's likely to be an afterthought in most 2023 fantasy drafts.
14 weeks ago
Taysom Hill Note
Taysom Hill photo 21. Taysom Hill NO (vs . ATL)
A situational wildcat quarterback masquerading as a tight end, Taysom Hill finished TE5 in half-point PPR fantasy scoring last year. Hill was wildly inconsistent from week to week, however, and a 112-yard, three-TD rushing performance vs. Seattle in Week 5 accounted for a massive chunk of his fantasy scoring. Hill's fantasy value for 2023 depends largely on his usage. With Derek Carr arriving in New Orleans during the offseason, it seems likely the Saints will reduce Hill's snap counts, rendering him a fantasy afterthought who might have a couple of splash weeks but won't provide bankable value.
14 weeks ago
Hunter Henry Note
Hunter Henry photo 22. Hunter Henry NE (vs . NYJ)
After scoring nine touchdowns in 2021, Hunter Henry scored just two touchdowns in 2022 and finished TE21 in half-point PPR fantasy scoring. Now, he'll have to share TE targets with free-agent addition Mike Gesicki, who played for Patriots offensive coordinator Bill O'Brien at Penn State. Not counting the 2018 season, which he missed with a torn ACL, Henry has produced 500+ receiving yards in each of his last five seasons.
14 weeks ago
Dawson Knox Note
Dawson Knox photo 23. Dawson Knox BUF (at MIA)
After scoring nine touchdowns in 2021, Dawson Knox had only two touchdowns in the Bills' first 12 games of 2022. But Knox got hot down the stretch, scoring a touchdown in each of Buffalo's last four regular-season games. The 26-year-old Knox took a value hit with the Bills' selection of rookie TE Dalton Kincaid in the NFL Draft. Knox has had more than 500 receiving yards in each of the last two seasons, but his chances of a third straight 500-yard season will be remote if he splits snaps with Kincaid and is mostly used as an in-line blocker.
14 weeks ago
Hayden Hurst Note
Hayden Hurst photo 24. Hayden Hurst CAR (vs . TB)
After catching 26 passes for the Falcons in 2021, Hayden Hurst had 52 receptions for the Bengals in 2022, but he averaged a career-low 8.0 yards per catch and scored only two touchdowns. Now with the Panthers, Hurst will be entering his age-30 season. The change of venue improves Hurst's target outlook, but those targets will probably be coming from a rookie quarterback and won't be as valuable as targets from Joe Burrow.
14 weeks ago
Mike Gesicki Note
Mike Gesicki photo 25. Mike Gesicki NE (vs . NYJ)
Mike Gesicki is one of the most athletic tight ends in the league, but he was a complete nonfactor in fantasy last season. After a 73-catch, 780-yard season in 2021, Gesicki was franchised-tagged by the Dolphins last year, only to become an afterthought in head coach Mike McDaniel's offense. Gesicki averaged just 3.1 targets per game in 2022 and finished with 32 catches for 362 yards and five touchdowns. Gesicki has since signed with the Patriots, where he'll be reunited with his college coach at Penn State, Bill O'Brien, who's now the Patriots' offensive coordinator. Gesicki could become a more appealing fantasy option in 2023 if O'Brien is committed to better utilizing Gesicki's impressive skill set.
14 weeks ago
Trey McBride Note
Trey McBride photo 26. Trey McBride ARI (vs . SEA)
The first tight end taken in the 2022 NFL Draft, second-rounder Trey McBride played sparingly early in the season but took on a larger role after Zach Ertz sustained a season-ending knee injury in Week 10. Over Arizona's final seven games, McBride was targeted 35 times and had 25-234-1. McBride finished his college career at Colorado State with a 90-catch, 1,121-yard season, but he's not likely to get that sort of usage anytime soon. It's possible McBride could get additional snaps and targets early in the season if Ertz isn't able to play in September, but even if that's the case, McBride might not be playing early-season games with QB Kyler Murray, who also tore his ACL late last season.
14 weeks ago
Noah Fant Note
Noah Fant photo 27. Noah Fant SEA (at ARI)
Noah Fant's first season in Seattle resulted in the lowest yardage total (486) of his four-year career, as he had to share TE snaps and targets with Will Dissly and Colby Parkinson. Fant is still only 25 and is one of the more athletic tight ends in the league, but that has yet to translate into a top-10 fantasy finish at the position. He's had two top-12 finishes in half-point PPR formats, however, and the combination of youth and athleticism gives him plausible fantasy upside in the later rounds of drafts. It's worth noting, however, that with the selection of WR Jaxon Smith-Njigba in the first round of the NFL Draft, the Seahawks might go with more three-WR sets and fewer two-TE sets, which could mean lower snap counts for Fant.
14 weeks ago
Michael Mayer Note
Michael Mayer photo 28. Michael Mayer LV (vs . DEN)
Regarded by many as the top two-way tight end in the Class of 2023, Michael Mayer of Notre Dame has drawn comparisons to Jason Witten because he shines as both a pass catcher and blocker. Mayer had more than 800 receiving yards in each of his last two college seasons, scoring seven touchdowns in 2021 and nine in 2022. Mayer will replace Darren Waller as the Raiders' top tight end and should at least flirt with fantasy relevance as a rookie.
14 weeks ago
Luke Musgrave Note
Luke Musgrave photo 29. Luke Musgrave GB (vs . CHI)
One of the top pass-catching tight ends in a loaded rookie TE class, Luke Musgrave should have a significant 2023 role with the Packers, who had bare cupboards at the position before the draft. Musgrave is a big target (6-6, 253) and runs like a gazelle (4.61). He has the inside track to start for the Packers right away, but it's not a slam dunk. Green Bay also drafted TE Tucker Kraft in the third round, and Kraft is a good prospect himself.
14 weeks ago
Zach Ertz Note
Zach Ertz photo 30. Zach Ertz FA (BYE)
Zach Ertz was TE3 in half-point PPR fantasy scoring through the first 10 weeks of the 2022 season, but he tore his ACL and MCL on Nov. 13. It's not clear whether Ertz will be ready for Week 1, but he should be back early in the season. The question is whether the 32-year-old Ertz will be fit enough to continue his late-career resurgence following a major knee injury. After seven strong seasons with the Eagles, Ertz had a nightmarish 2020 in which he had 36-335-1 in 11 games, missing five games with a high-ankle sprain. Ertz started the 2021 season sluggishly, but then a trade to the Cardinals seemed to rejuvenate him, and he produced useful numbers until he went down last year. Not only is Ertz coming off a major injury, but he may have to share snaps and targets with talented young Cardinals TE Trey McBride. If you're thinking about investing in Ertz for 2023, insist on a discount.
14 weeks ago
Jake Ferguson Note
Jake Ferguson photo 31. Jake Ferguson DAL (at WAS)
Cade Otton Note
Cade Otton photo 32. Cade Otton TB (at CAR)
Fourth-round draft pick Cade Otton turned in a solid rookie season for the Buccaneers, finishing with 42 catches for 391 yards and two touchdowns. Otton tended to be more productive in games that fellow TE Cameron Brate missed die to injury. The Buccaneers have an unsettled QB situation following Tom Brady's retirement, so Otton has a difficult path to fantasy relevance in 2023.
14 weeks ago
Isaiah Likely Note
Isaiah Likely photo 33. Isaiah Likely BAL (vs . PIT)
Fourth-round draft pick Isaiah Likely turned heads in training camp and the preseason last summer and then had a solid if erratic rookie season for the Ravens, finishing with 36 catches for 373 yards and three touchdowns. The question is whether Likely can become a consistent fantasy contributor as the No. 2 tight end in Baltimore behind prolific pass catcher Mark Andrews.
14 weeks ago
Jelani Woods Note
Jelani Woods photo 34. Jelani Woods IND (vs . HOU)
A 6-foot-7, 265-pound behemoth, Jelani Woods had some impressive flashes in his rookie season, including a two-TD game against the Chiefs in Week 3 and an eight-catch, 98-yard game against the Steelers in Week 12. With 4.61 speed and a 98th percentile catch radius (per, Woods has tools to dream on and figures to become an even bigger part of the Colts' offense in 2023.
14 weeks ago
Tyler Conklin Note
Tyler Conklin photo 35. Tyler Conklin NYJ (at NE)
A low-ceiling, high-floor fantasy option, Tyler Conklin has finished TE17 and TE16 in half-point PPR fantasy scoring the last two seasons. Conklin's ceiling could be a little higher with Aaron Rodgers starting at QB for the Jets in 2023.
14 weeks ago
Logan Thomas Note
Logan Thomas photo 36. Logan Thomas WAS (vs . DAL)
Austin Hooper Note
Austin Hooper photo 37. Austin Hooper LV (vs . DEN)
Daniel Bellinger Note
Daniel Bellinger photo 38. Daniel Bellinger NYG (vs . PHI)
Fourth-round draft pick Daniel Bellinger showed promise in 2022 but missed four midseason games after an eye injury that included a fractured orbital bone. The 6-6, 255-pound Bellinger finished with 30 catches for 268 yards and two touchdowns in 12 games. The Giants' offseason signing of Darren Waller renders Bellinger undraftable in most fantasy leagues, but considering Waller's recent injury history, Bellinger could become a worthy waiver target at some point during the 2023 season.
14 weeks ago
Adam Trautman Note
Adam Trautman photo 39. Adam Trautman DEN (at LV)
Luke Schoonmaker Note
Luke Schoonmaker photo 40. Luke Schoonmaker DAL (at WAS)
Jonnu Smith Note
Jonnu Smith photo 41. Jonnu Smith ATL (at NO)
Robert Tonyan Note
Robert Tonyan photo 42. Robert Tonyan CHI (at GB)
Noah Gray Note
Noah Gray photo 43. Noah Gray KC (at LAC)
Chiefs TE Noah Gray is destined to have limited fantasy potential as long as he's playing behind Travis Kelce. But Gray, a fifth-round pick in 2021, is an athletic pass catcher whose career is worth monitoring. Gray had 28 catches for 299 yards and one touchdown last season. He'd be a hot waiver wire pickup if Kelce were to ever get hurt.
14 weeks ago
Darnell Washington Note
Darnell Washington photo 44. Darnell Washington PIT (at BAL)
Foster Moreau Note
Foster Moreau photo 45. Foster Moreau NO (vs . ATL)
Albert Okwuegbunam Note
Albert Okwuegbunam photo 46. Albert Okwuegbunam PHI (at NYG)
Cole Turner Note
Cole Turner photo 47. Cole Turner WAS (vs . DAL)
Durham Smythe Note
Durham Smythe photo 48. Durham Smythe MIA (vs . BUF)
Donald Parham Jr. Note
Donald Parham Jr. photo 49. Donald Parham Jr. LAC (vs . KC)
Will Dissly Note
Will Dissly photo 50. Will Dissly SEA (at ARI)
Mo Alie-Cox Note
Mo Alie-Cox photo 51. Mo Alie-Cox IND (vs . HOU)
Tucker Kraft Note
Tucker Kraft photo 52. Tucker Kraft GB (vs . CHI)
C.J. Uzomah Note
C.J. Uzomah photo 53. C.J. Uzomah NYJ (at NE)
Kylen Granson Note
Kylen Granson photo 54. Kylen Granson IND (vs . HOU)
Brevin Jordan Note
Brevin Jordan photo 55. Brevin Jordan HOU (at IND)
Harrison Bryant Note
Harrison Bryant photo 56. Harrison Bryant CLE (at CIN)
Peyton Hendershot Note
Peyton Hendershot photo 57. Peyton Hendershot DAL (at WAS)
Brock Wright Note
Brock Wright photo 58. Brock Wright DET (vs . MIN)
Jordan Akins Note
Jordan Akins photo 59. Jordan Akins CLE (at CIN)
Colby Parkinson Note
Colby Parkinson photo 60. Colby Parkinson SEA (at ARI)
Tommy Tremble Note
Tommy Tremble photo 61. Tommy Tremble CAR (vs . TB)
Jeremy Ruckert Note
Jeremy Ruckert photo 62. Jeremy Ruckert NYJ (at NE)
Brenton Strange Note
Brenton Strange photo 63. Brenton Strange JAC (at TEN)
Josh Oliver Note
Josh Oliver photo 64. Josh Oliver MIN (at DET)
James Mitchell Note
James Mitchell photo 65. James Mitchell DET (vs . MIN)
Hunter Long Note
Hunter Long photo 66. Hunter Long LAR (at SF)
John Bates Note
John Bates photo 67. John Bates WAS (vs . DAL)
Ian Thomas Note
Ian Thomas photo 68. Ian Thomas CAR (vs . TB)
Jimmy Graham Note
Jimmy Graham photo 69. Jimmy Graham NO (vs . ATL)
Josiah Deguara Note
Josiah Deguara photo 70. Josiah Deguara GB (vs . CHI)
Teagan Quitoriano Note
Teagan Quitoriano photo 71. Teagan Quitoriano HOU (at IND)
Tre' McKitty Note
Tre' McKitty photo 72. Tre' McKitty BUF (at MIA)
Charlie Kolar Note
Charlie Kolar photo 73. Charlie Kolar BAL (vs . PIT)
Josh Whyle Note
Josh Whyle photo 74. Josh Whyle TEN (vs . JAC)
Ko Kieft Note
Ko Kieft photo 75. Ko Kieft TB (at CAR)
Jack Stoll Note
Jack Stoll photo 76. Jack Stoll PHI (at NYG)
Grant Calcaterra Note
Grant Calcaterra photo 77. Grant Calcaterra PHI (at NYG)
Brycen Hopkins Note
Brycen Hopkins photo 78. Brycen Hopkins LAR (at SF)
Ross Dwelley Note
Ross Dwelley photo 79. Ross Dwelley SF (vs . LAR)
Drew Sample Note
Drew Sample photo 80. Drew Sample CIN (vs . CLE)
Tyler Kroft Note
Tyler Kroft photo 81. Tyler Kroft MIA (vs . BUF)
Jody Fortson Note
Jody Fortson photo 82. Jody Fortson KC (at LAC)
Payne Durham Note
Payne Durham photo 83. Payne Durham TB (at CAR)
Elijah Higgins Note
Elijah Higgins photo 84. Elijah Higgins ARI (vs . SEA)
Will Mallory Note
Will Mallory photo 85. Will Mallory IND (vs . HOU)
Quintin Morris Note
Quintin Morris photo 86. Quintin Morris BUF (at MIA)
Blake Bell Note
Blake Bell photo 87. Blake Bell KC (at LAC)
Connor Heyward Note
Connor Heyward photo 88. Connor Heyward PIT (at BAL)
Trevon Wesco Note
Trevon Wesco photo 89. Trevon Wesco TEN (vs . JAC)
MyCole Pruitt Note
MyCole Pruitt photo 90. MyCole Pruitt ATL (at NO)
Chris Manhertz Note
Chris Manhertz photo 91. Chris Manhertz DEN (at LV)
Johnny Mundt Note
Johnny Mundt photo 92. Johnny Mundt MIN (at DET)
Luke Farrell Note
Luke Farrell photo 93. Luke Farrell JAC (at TEN)
Jesper Horsted Note
Jesper Horsted photo 94. Jesper Horsted LV (vs . DEN)
Marcedes Lewis Note
Marcedes Lewis photo 95. Marcedes Lewis CHI (at GB)
Charlie Woerner Note
Charlie Woerner photo 96. Charlie Woerner SF (vs . LAR)
Zack Kuntz Note
Zack Kuntz photo 97. Zack Kuntz NYJ (at NE)
Andrew Ogletree Note
Andrew Ogletree photo 98. Andrew Ogletree IND (vs . HOU)
Geoff Swaim Note
Geoff Swaim photo 99. Geoff Swaim ARI (vs . SEA)
Mitchell Wilcox Note
Mitchell Wilcox photo 100. Mitchell Wilcox CIN (vs . CLE)
Armani Rogers Note
Armani Rogers photo 101. Armani Rogers WAS (vs . DAL)
Julian Hill Note
Julian Hill photo 102. Julian Hill MIA (vs . BUF)
Giovanni Ricci Note
Giovanni Ricci photo 103. Giovanni Ricci CAR (vs . TB)
O.J. Howard Note
O.J. Howard photo 104. O.J. Howard FA (BYE)
Shane Zylstra Note
Shane Zylstra photo 105. Shane Zylstra DET (vs . MIN)
Davis Allen Note
Davis Allen photo 106. Davis Allen LAR (at SF)
Eric Saubert Note
Eric Saubert photo 107. Eric Saubert HOU (at IND)
Zach Gentry Note
Zach Gentry photo 108. Zach Gentry CIN (vs . CLE)
Tommy Sweeney Note
Tommy Sweeney photo 109. Tommy Sweeney FA (BYE)
Brayden Willis Note
Brayden Willis photo 110. Brayden Willis SF (vs . LAR)
Tyler Davis Note
Tyler Davis photo 111. Tyler Davis GB (vs . CHI)
Cameron Brate Note
Cameron Brate photo 112. Cameron Brate FA (BYE)
Dan Arnold Note
Dan Arnold photo 113. Dan Arnold FA (BYE)
Curtis Hodges Note
Curtis Hodges photo 114. Curtis Hodges WAS (vs . DAL)
Tanner Hudson Note
Tanner Hudson photo 115. Tanner Hudson CIN (vs . CLE)
Stone Smartt Note
Stone Smartt photo 116. Stone Smartt LAC (vs . KC)
Devin Asiasi Note
Devin Asiasi photo 117. Devin Asiasi FA (BYE)
John FitzPatrick Note
John FitzPatrick photo 118. John FitzPatrick ATL (at NO)
Nate Adkins Note
Nate Adkins photo 119. Nate Adkins DEN (at LV)
David Wells Note
David Wells photo 120. David Wells TB (at CAR)
Maxx Williams Note
Maxx Williams photo 121. Maxx Williams FA (BYE)
Stephen Sullivan Note
Stephen Sullivan photo 122. Stephen Sullivan CAR (vs . TB)
Parker Hesse Note
Parker Hesse photo 123. Parker Hesse ATL (at NO)
Nick Muse Note
Nick Muse photo 124. Nick Muse MIN (at DET)
Matt Bushman Note
Matt Bushman photo 125. Matt Bushman KC (at LAC)
Kendall Blanton Note
Kendall Blanton photo 126. Kendall Blanton FA (BYE)
Andrew Beck Note
Andrew Beck photo 127. Andrew Beck HOU (at IND)
Kevin Rader Note
Kevin Rader photo 128. Kevin Rader TEN (vs . JAC)
Kenny Yeboah Note
Kenny Yeboah photo 129. Kenny Yeboah NYJ (at NE)
Pharaoh Brown Note
Pharaoh Brown photo 130. Pharaoh Brown NE (vs . NYJ)
Ben Sims Note
Ben Sims photo 131. Ben Sims GB (vs . CHI)
Darrell Daniels Note
Darrell Daniels photo 132. Darrell Daniels FA (BYE)
Blake Whiteheart Note
Blake Whiteheart photo 133. Blake Whiteheart ARI (vs . SEA)
Tyree Jackson Note
Tyree Jackson photo 134. Tyree Jackson NYG (vs . PHI)
Gerrit Prince Note
Gerrit Prince photo 135. Gerrit Prince KC (at LAC)
Nick Vannett Note
Nick Vannett photo 136. Nick Vannett LAC (vs . KC)
Tommy Hudson Note
Tommy Hudson photo 137. Tommy Hudson NO (vs . ATL)
Ryan Griffin Note
Ryan Griffin photo 138. Ryan Griffin FA (BYE)
Austin Allen Note
Austin Allen photo 139. Austin Allen FA (BYE)
Bruce Miller Note
Bruce Miller photo 140. Bruce Miller FA (BYE)
Tanner Taula Note
Tanner Taula photo 141. Tanner Taula TB (at CAR)
Nick Bowers Note
Nick Bowers photo 142. Nick Bowers MIA (vs . BUF)
Nikola Kalinic Note
Nikola Kalinic photo 143. Nikola Kalinic LAR (at SF)
J.P. Holtz Note
J.P. Holtz photo 144. J.P. Holtz FA (BYE)
Sean McKeon Note
Sean McKeon photo 145. Sean McKeon DAL (at WAS)
Troy Fumagalli Note
Troy Fumagalli photo 146. Troy Fumagalli MIN (at DET)
Jacob Harris Note
Jacob Harris photo 147. Jacob Harris JAC (at TEN)
Nick Boyle Note
Nick Boyle photo 148. Nick Boyle FA (BYE)
Lucas Krull Note
Lucas Krull photo 149. Lucas Krull DEN (at LV)
Cole Fotheringham Note
Cole Fotheringham photo 150. Cole Fotheringham LV (vs . DEN)
Mason Schreck Note
Mason Schreck photo 151. Mason Schreck FA (BYE)
Eric Tomlinson Note
Eric Tomlinson photo 152. Eric Tomlinson FA (BYE)
Joel Wilson Note
Joel Wilson photo 153. Joel Wilson GB (vs . CHI)
Matt Sokol Note
Matt Sokol photo 154. Matt Sokol NE (vs . NYJ)
John Samuel Shenker Note
John Samuel Shenker photo 155. John Samuel Shenker FA (BYE)
Ryan Jones Note
Ryan Jones photo 156. Ryan Jones NYG (vs . PHI)
Brady Russell Note
Brady Russell photo 157. Brady Russell SEA (at ARI)
Tyler Mabry Note
Tyler Mabry photo 158. Tyler Mabry SEA (at ARI)
Travis Vokolek Note
Travis Vokolek photo 159. Travis Vokolek BAL (vs . PIT)
Zaire Mitchell-Paden Note
Zaire Mitchell-Paden photo 160. Zaire Mitchell-Paden CLE (at CIN)
Stephen Carlson Note
Stephen Carlson photo 161. Stephen Carlson CHI (at GB)
Dalton Keene Note
Dalton Keene photo 162. Dalton Keene HOU (at IND)