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Fantasy Football Player Notes

2024 PPR Draft Rankings

Sam LaPorta Note
Sam LaPorta photo 1. Sam LaPorta DET (vs . MIN)
Sammy Ballgame had a rookie season for the ages. Last year, he logged the most PPR points and PPR points per game, the third-most receiving yards, and the most receiving touchdowns (tied) for a rookie tight end since 1966. He finished as the TE3 in fantasy points per game while also ranking sixth in target share and YPRR, 10th in first read share, and third in FD/RR (per Fantasy Points Data). Ballgame is in play to finish as the TE1 in 2024 and is worth paying up for in drafts.
2 days ago
Travis Kelce Note
Travis Kelce photo 2. Travis Kelce KC (at DEN)
Kelce had a "down season" by his lofty standards, but it was still a strong showing as he remained the TE1 in fantasy points per game. Kelce maintained electric marks in efficiency third in YPRR and second in FD/RR while ranking third in target share (21.2%) and second in first-read share (25.8%, per Fantasy Points Data). Kelce isn't washed and remains Patrick Mahomes' WR1.
2 days ago
Trey McBride Note
Trey McBride photo 3. Trey McBride ARI (vs . SF)
McBride was on a tear at the end of last year, and I fully expect him to pick up right where he left off in 2024, where he left off. In Weeks 8-18, among tight ends, he ranked first in weighted opportunity and target share, fourth in YPRR and missed tackles forced, and fifth in PFF receiving grade. If you extrapolated that ten-game sample over a full season, McBride would have finished with 144 targets, 112 receptions, and 1,114 receiving yards. Yes, McBride will have to contend with Marvin Harrison Jr. weekly for the team target lead, but that's it. There isn't another soul on the Cardinals roster that will consistently push these two with a high-end target share. McBride could easily finish this season as the TE1 overall.
1 day ago
Mark Andrews Note
Mark Andrews photo 4. Mark Andrews BAL (vs . CLE)
Before he was lost to injury in Week 11, Andrews was still producing as an elite tight end. In Weeks 1-10, he ranked third in target share (22.1%), fifth in YPRR (2.05), and fifth in FD/RR (0.102). Andrews has been a round two or three selection over the last few years. In 2024, Andrews comes at a discount, but make no mistake, he still has TE1 overall upside and remains a difference-making fantasy asset. He should challenge Zay Flowers for the team lead in targets this season.
19 hours ago
Dalton Kincaid Note
Dalton Kincaid photo 5. Dalton Kincaid BUF (at NE)
After Kincaid became the starter for the Bills, he was a locked in TE1. In Weeks 7-18, he ranked seventh in target share (19.0%), ninth in receiving yards per game (50.5) and first-read share (21.0%), and 12th in YPRR (1.85). During that stretch, he ranked 11th in route per dropback rate and fantasy points per game. There's room for Kincaid to grow in 2024 with more routes and experience. He could enter the top three tight end conversation this year as the leader of the Bills' passing attack with Stefon Diggs moving on to Houston. Invest in talented second-year players in good offenses. Kincaid checks all those boxes.
19 hours ago
Evan Engram Note
Evan Engram photo 6. Evan Engram JAC (at IND)
After being considered a fantasy disappointment for the majority of his first five years in the league, Evan Engram has become one of the most productive pass catchers at the position. Engram finished TE6 in half-point PPR fantasy scoring in 2022, then finished TE2 last year (though it should be noted that three TEs finished less than 3 points behind Engram). With 114 catches in 2023, Engram shattered his previous single-season high by 41 receptions. He also had a career-high 963 receiving yards, though Engram averaged a career-low 8.4 yards per catch. As QB Trevor Lawrence's favorite security blanket, Engram had four games with double-digit reception totals in 2023 and eight games with seven or more receptions. Drops are seemingly always an issue for Engram, and he hasn't scored more than four touchdowns in a single season since he was a rookie in 2017. But Engram has become a high-quality fantasy asset and will be a good bet to once again return TE1 value in 2024.
2 days ago
George Kittle Note
George Kittle photo 7. George Kittle SF (at ARI)
Kittle proved last year that the tank isn't dry. He was the TE6 in fantasy points per game, finishing with the third-highest receptions and receiving yards of his career, while he ranked only tenth in raw target volume (90). Kittle's high leverage usage was fine, though, as he was first in deep targets and 10th in red zone targets among tight ends. Among 51 qualifying tight ends, he ranked first in YPRR (2.42) and seventh in FD/RR (0.10). Kittle can easily post another top-six fantasy tight end season in 2024, and the floor and ceiling will move upward if Deebo Samuel is moved before Week 1.
19 hours ago
Kyle Pitts Note
Kyle Pitts photo 8. Kyle Pitts ATL (vs . CAR)
Pitts was railroaded yet again last year by Arthur Smith, as he played most of the season at less than 100%. Pitts finished as the TE16 in fantasy points per game and the TE15 in expected fantasy points per game. Much of this can be attributed to his minuscule touchdown production (only three, 18th among TEs) and a non-existent red zone role (34th in red zone targets). While Pitts lagged in YPRR and FD/RR (18th in both), he still flashed in one of the metrics I look to for projecting talent and ceiling at the tight end position, and that's YPRR vs. man coverage. Last year, Pitts ranked seventh in this metric, immediately behind Travis Kelce. With a revamped offensive system, a clean bill of health, and improved quarterback play, Pitts is set to soar this season.
18 hours ago
David Njoku Note
David Njoku photo 9. David Njoku CLE (at BAL)
David Njoku was superb in in 2023, his seventh NFL season, establishing new single-season highs in receptions (81), receiving yards (882) and touchdowns (6). But Njoku was far more productive with Joe Flacco at quarterback than he was with Deshaun Watson and other QBs. In the six games he played with Flacco (including the playoffs), Njoku averaged 6.2 receptions and 80.5 receiving yards per game, and he had four TD catches. In 11 games with QBs other than Flacco, Njoku averaged 4.6 receptions and 44.7 receiving yards per game, and he had two TD catches. In the five full games Watson played, Njoku averaged 4.0 catches and 35.2 receiving yards a game, with one TD catch. Njoku is one of the most athletic tight ends in the league, and despite his ample NFL experience, he'll only be 28 when the new season begins. The question is whether Njoku can replicate the success he had with Flacco as his quarterback if the Browns, as expected, open the season with Watson as their starting QB.
2 days ago
Jake Ferguson Note
Jake Ferguson photo 10. Jake Ferguson DAL (vs . WAS)
One of the best fantasy values at the TE position in 2023, Ferguson had an average draft position of TE25 in PPR leagues, according to FantasyPros ADP data, but finished TE9 in PPR scoring. A fourth-round draft pick out of Wisconsin in 2022, Ferguson emerged as a dependable target for QB Dak Prescott, finishing with 71 catches for 761 yards and five touchdowns. There might not be much more room for statistical improvement out of Ferguson, but he should once again be a prominent part of the Dallas passing attack in 2024.
2 days ago
Dallas Goedert Note
Dallas Goedert photo 11. Dallas Goedert PHI (vs . NYG)
By now, we have a pretty good handle on what sort of player Dallas Goedert is. He reliably puts up good reception and yardage totals, but he's not a prolific touchdown scorer, and he gets banged up quite a bit. Over his last five seasons, Goedert has averaged 4.1 catches and 48.6 receiving yards per game. But Goedert has never scored more than five touchdowns in a single season, and he's missed 14 games due to injury over the last four years. Goedert's efficiency numbers slipped in 2023. After averaging better than 10 yards per target in 2021 and 2022, he averaged 7.1 yards per target last season. he also averaged a career-low 10.0 yards per catch. Goedert's fantasy ceiling may be somewhat limited due to the presence of Eagles WRs A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith, who give Philadelphia one of the best wide receiver combos in the league. Consider Goedert a low-end TE1 for 2024 fantasy drafts.
2 days ago
T.J. Hockenson Note
T.J. Hockenson photo 12. T.J. Hockenson MIN (at DET)
T.J. Hockenson would have been drafted as a top-six tight end in the vast majority of 2024 fantasy leagues if he hadn't torn his ACL and MCL on Dec. 24, putting his early-season availability for the new season in doubt. It's possible that the recovery from multiple ligament tears will keep Hockenson out until around midseason, and that he won't be his typically impactful self immediately upon his return. A healthy Hockenson is a fantasy difference-maker. He had 86 catches for 914 yards and six touchdowns in 2022, good for a TE2 finish in PPR fantasy scoring behind only Travis Kelce. Hockenson was having an even better season in 2023, with 95 catches for 960 yards and five touchdowns before the injury. Monitor the reports on Hockenson's recovery throughout the offseason, and resist the temptation to overspend on a player trying to come back from major knee surgery.
2 days ago
Brock Bowers Note
Brock Bowers photo 13. Brock Bowers LV (vs . LAC)
Widely considered one of the best TE prospects to enter the league in recent years, Brock Bowers went to the Raiders with the 13th overall pick of the NFL Draft. The 6-4, 230-pound Bowers had at least 56 catches and 714 receiving yards in all three of his seasons at the University of Georgia. He also scored 31 touchdowns in 40 collegiate games, including five rushing touchdowns. Bowers has good speed, terrific hands, and he's an absolute best after the catch. He lacks prototypical TE size, but Bowers plays bigger than he measures. Although the Raiders have one of the shakier QB situations in the league and have a target-hog receiver in Davante Adams, Bowers should nevertheless become fantasy-relevant right away because of his extraordinary athleticism and pass-catching ability.
2 days ago
Dalton Schultz Note
Dalton Schultz photo 14. Dalton Schultz HOU (at TEN)
Dalton Schultz hasn't been able to recapture the glory of his 2021 season, when he had a career-high 808 yards and eight touchdowns to finish as the fantasy TE3, but he's been a decent fantasy performer over the last two years. Schultz had 57-577-5 in 2022 and 59-635-5 in 2023, finishing TE10 and TE11 in PPR fantasy scoring in those two seasons. Schultz re-signed with the Texans in the offseason, so he'll continue to play with impressive young QB C.J. Stroud. The problem is that Houston traded for WR Stefon Diggs in the offseason, so Schultz will likely be No. 4 in the target pecking order behind Diggs, Nico Collins and Tank Dell, limiting his top-end fantasy potential.
2 days ago
Cole Kmet Note
Cole Kmet photo 15. Cole Kmet CHI (at GB)
Credit Cole Kmet for defying the limitations of the Bears' low-octane passing attack. Over the last three seasons, Chicago has finished 25th, 32nd and 28th in passing yardage, but Kmet has finished with 612. 544 and 719 receiving yards in those three seasons. He had a career-high 73 catches last year and scored six touchdowns, finishing TE8 in PPR fantasy scoring. The Bears spent the No. 1 pick in the NFL draft on QB Caleb Williams, so the Chicago passing game should have some added juice in 2024. The problem is that the Bears now have a WR trio of D.J. Moore, Keenan Allen and Rome Odunze, so Kmet faces stuff target competition that could cap his fantasy upside. Consider him a high-end to midrange TE2.
2 days ago
Pat Freiermuth Note
Pat Freiermuth photo 16. Pat Freiermuth PIT (vs . CIN)
After averaging 9.5 and 9.9 PPF fantasy points per game in his first two seasons in the league, Pat Freiermuth averaged only 6.4 PPR points per game in 2023, as he was thwarted by uneven QB play and a hamstring injury that cost him five games. Freiermuth had seven TD catches as a rookie in 2021. He only scored two touchdowns in 2022 but ramped up his yardage, finishing with 63 receptions for 732 yards. Freiermuth is adept at working the middle of the field, has dependable hands and is tough to bring down after the catch. A nine-catch, 120-yard performance vs. the Bengals in late November showed what Freiermuth is capable of. The Steelers aren't exactly loaded at the WR position, so Freiermuth should see enough targets in 2024 to give him a chance at low-end TE1 fantasy value.
2 days ago
Luke Musgrave Note
Luke Musgrave photo 17. Luke Musgrave GB (vs . CHI)
Rangy and athletic, Luke Musgrave has the tools to become one of the better pass-catching tight ends in the league. A second-round draft pick out of Oregon State, Musgrave produced modest rookie-year numbers: 34 catches for 352 yards and one touchdown. But Musgrave missed six games with a lacerated kidney and was averaging a respectable 7.3 PPR fantasy points per game before he got hurt. Musgrave gets to play with QB Jordan Love, a rising star. One concern, however, is that the Packers spent a third-round draft pick on another tight end last year, Tucker Kraft, who also had some impressive flashes as a rookie. Musgrave profiles as a midrange TE2 for 2024 fantasy drafts, but he could come on fast.
2 days ago
Hunter Henry Note
Hunter Henry photo 18. Hunter Henry NE (vs . BUF)
Cade Otton Note
Cade Otton photo 19. Cade Otton TB (vs . NO)
Juwan Johnson Note
Juwan Johnson photo 20. Juwan Johnson NO (at TB)
Chigoziem Okonkwo Note
Chigoziem Okonkwo photo 21. Chigoziem Okonkwo TEN (vs . HOU)
A trendy sleeper choice a year ago, Chigoziem Okonkwo turned in a mildly disappointing season in 2023, but he's an intriguing post-hype sleeper candidate for 2024. After a promising rookie season in which he had 32 receptions for 450 yards and three touchdowns, Okonkwo boosted his reception and yardage totals in 2023, with 54 catches for 528 yards. But Okonkwo scored only one touchdown last season, and he went from 14.1 yards per catch and 2.61 yards per route run in 2022 to 9.6 yards per catch and 1.31 yards per route run in 2023. If young Titans QB Will Levis endures growing pains, Okonkwo's breakout chances could suffer. On the other hand, the Titans don't have a great deal of firepower at the WR position, which boosts Okonkwo's target outlook. Consider Okonkwo a midrange TE2 for 2024 fantasy drafts.
2 days ago
Tucker Kraft Note
Tucker Kraft photo 22. Tucker Kraft GB (vs . CHI)
Tyler Conklin Note
Tyler Conklin photo 23. Tyler Conklin NYJ (vs . MIA)
Ben Sinnott Note
Ben Sinnott photo 24. Ben Sinnott WAS (at DAL)
In deeper leagues or leagues with premiums on tight ends, Sinnott is a strong late-round pick. Yes, if you're combing through this article looking for Jahan Dotson's name, you won't find it. After two massively disappointing campaigns, Dotson has given little reason to hope for a third-year breakout, which is why I'm mentioning Sinnott and, subsequently, Luke McCaffrey next. This offense has the potential to surprise people in 2024. If that does happen, not only could Terry McLaurin and Brian Robinson pop among skill players, but Jayden Daniels is likely taking another player along for the ride. The fossilized remains of Zach Ertz are all that stand between Sinnott and a banner rookie season. Sinnott checks all the boxes that I look for with a tight end with massive upside. He's an electric athlete (9.7 RAS) and a widely underrated receiving threat. In 2023, he was ninth in YPRR and receiving grade while also checking in at fourth in missed tackles forced. If there's a rookie tight end that could pop in year one not named Brock Bowers, it's Sinnott.
5 hours ago
Michael Mayer Note
Michael Mayer photo 25. Michael Mayer LV (vs . LAC)
Michael Mayer had a somewhat disappointing rookie season for the Raiders, with 27 catches for 304 yards and two touchdowns in 14 games. He seemed like a candidate for a second-year breakout, but then the Raiders spent their first-round draft pick on mega-talented University of Georgia TE Brock Bowers, seemingly kneecapping Mayer's 2024 fantasy value. Mayer was wildly productive in college, with more than 800 receiving yards in his final two seasons at Notre Dame. Mayer averaged only 2.9 targets a game in 2023, and it's hard to imagine his weekly target counts significantly increasing when he has to share targets with Bowers and superstar WR Davante Adams.
2 days ago
Taysom Hill Note
Taysom Hill photo 26. Taysom Hill NO (at TB)
Ja'Tavion Sanders Note
Ja'Tavion Sanders photo 27. Ja'Tavion Sanders CAR (at ATL)
Isaiah Likely Note
Isaiah Likely photo 28. Isaiah Likely BAL (vs . CLE)
Noah Fant Note
Noah Fant photo 29. Noah Fant SEA (at LAR)
Tyler Higbee Note
Tyler Higbee photo 30. Tyler Higbee LAR (vs . SEA)
Gerald Everett Note
Gerald Everett photo 31. Gerald Everett CHI (at GB)
Mike Gesicki Note
Mike Gesicki photo 32. Mike Gesicki CIN (at PIT)
Darren Waller Note
Darren Waller photo 33. Darren Waller NYG (at PHI)
Darren Waller was routinely coming off the board in the fifth or sixth round of 2023 fantasy drafts, but he was a major disappointment last year, missing five games due to a hamstring injury and averaging 9.4 PPR fantasy points in the games he played. He finished the 2023 season with 52 catches for 552 yards and one touchdown. Waller was once among the most impactful tight ends in football, producing back-to-back 1,000-yard seasons for the Raiders in 2019-2020. But Waller is entering his age-32 season and has missed 19 games over the last three years. Insist on a discount if you're thinking about investing in the oft-injured Waller for 2024.
2 days ago
Dawson Knox Note
Dawson Knox photo 34. Dawson Knox BUF (at NE)
Jelani Woods Note
Jelani Woods photo 35. Jelani Woods IND (vs . JAC)
Woods' 2023 season was lost to hamstring woes. I'm not ready to toss in the towel. I will be drafting him a ton in deep leagues, as well as in best ball and formats where I need/want a late tight-end flier. High-end athleticism is such an easy thing to bet on with tight ends, as you essentially need it to enter the elite conversation for fantasy. Woods has that with his 89th percentile 40 time, 95th percentile burst, and 82nd percentile agility score. In a small sample, he also popped in efficiency metrics. In 2022, he ranked 14th in YPRR, 16th in FD/RR, and ninth in YPRR against man coverage. Injuries be damned. I can't say I'm back in for 2024 if, technically, I never left.
5 hours ago
Jonnu Smith Note
Jonnu Smith photo 36. Jonnu Smith MIA (at NYJ)
Greg Dulcich Note
Greg Dulcich photo 37. Greg Dulcich DEN (vs . KC)
Zach Ertz Note
Zach Ertz photo 38. Zach Ertz WAS (at DAL)
Theo Johnson Note
Theo Johnson photo 39. Theo Johnson NYG (at PHI)
Daniel Bellinger Note
Daniel Bellinger photo 40. Daniel Bellinger NYG (at PHI)
Donald Parham Jr. Note
Donald Parham Jr. photo 41. Donald Parham Jr. LAC (at LV)
Logan Thomas Note
Logan Thomas photo 42. Logan Thomas FA (BYE)
Colby Parkinson Note
Colby Parkinson photo 43. Colby Parkinson LAR (vs . SEA)
Hayden Hurst Note
Hayden Hurst photo 44. Hayden Hurst LAC (at LV)
Erick All Jr. Note
Erick All Jr. photo 45. Erick All Jr. CIN (at PIT)
Tanner Hudson Note
Tanner Hudson photo 46. Tanner Hudson CIN (at PIT)
Noah Gray Note
Noah Gray photo 47. Noah Gray KC (at DEN)
Kylen Granson Note
Kylen Granson photo 48. Kylen Granson IND (vs . JAC)
Jeremy Ruckert Note
Jeremy Ruckert photo 49. Jeremy Ruckert NYJ (vs . MIA)
Brevin Jordan Note
Brevin Jordan photo 50. Brevin Jordan HOU (at TEN)
Jaheim Bell Note
Jaheim Bell photo 51. Jaheim Bell NE (vs . BUF)
Cade Stover Note
Cade Stover photo 52. Cade Stover HOU (at TEN)
Darnell Washington Note
Darnell Washington photo 53. Darnell Washington PIT (vs . CIN)
Will Dissly Note
Will Dissly photo 54. Will Dissly LAC (at LV)
Johnny Mundt Note
Johnny Mundt photo 55. Johnny Mundt MIN (at DET)
Will Mallory Note
Will Mallory photo 56. Will Mallory IND (vs . JAC)
Josh Oliver Note
Josh Oliver photo 57. Josh Oliver MIN (at DET)
Cole Turner Note
Cole Turner photo 58. Cole Turner WAS (at DAL)
Durham Smythe Note
Durham Smythe photo 59. Durham Smythe MIA (at NYJ)
Austin Hooper Note
Austin Hooper photo 60. Austin Hooper NE (vs . BUF)
Irv Smith Jr. Note
Irv Smith Jr. photo 61. Irv Smith Jr. KC (at DEN)
Jared Wiley Note
Jared Wiley photo 62. Jared Wiley KC (at DEN)
Foster Moreau Note
Foster Moreau photo 63. Foster Moreau NO (at TB)
Brock Wright Note
Brock Wright photo 64. Brock Wright DET (vs . MIN)
AJ Barner Note
AJ Barner photo 65. AJ Barner SEA (at LAR)
Tip Reiman Note
Tip Reiman photo 66. Tip Reiman ARI (vs . SF)
Tommy Tremble Note
Tommy Tremble photo 67. Tommy Tremble CAR (at ATL)
Adam Trautman Note
Adam Trautman photo 68. Adam Trautman DEN (vs . KC)
Harrison Bryant Note
Harrison Bryant photo 69. Harrison Bryant LV (vs . LAC)
Luke Schoonmaker Note
Luke Schoonmaker photo 70. Luke Schoonmaker DAL (vs . WAS)
Jordan Akins Note
Jordan Akins photo 71. Jordan Akins CLE (at BAL)
Brenton Strange Note
Brenton Strange photo 72. Brenton Strange JAC (at IND)
Josh Whyle Note
Josh Whyle photo 73. Josh Whyle TEN (vs . HOU)
Dallin Holker Note
Dallin Holker photo 74. Dallin Holker NO (at TB)
Pharaoh Brown Note
Pharaoh Brown photo 75. Pharaoh Brown SEA (at LAR)
Tanner McLachlan Note
Tanner McLachlan photo 76. Tanner McLachlan CIN (at PIT)
John Bates Note
John Bates photo 77. John Bates WAS (at DAL)
Connor Heyward Note
Connor Heyward photo 78. Connor Heyward PIT (vs . CIN)
Luke Farrell Note
Luke Farrell photo 79. Luke Farrell JAC (at IND)
Stone Smartt Note
Stone Smartt photo 80. Stone Smartt LAC (at LV)
Charlie Kolar Note
Charlie Kolar photo 81. Charlie Kolar BAL (vs . CLE)
Peyton Hendershot Note
Peyton Hendershot photo 82. Peyton Hendershot DAL (vs . WAS)
Davis Allen Note
Davis Allen photo 83. Davis Allen LAR (vs . SEA)
C.J. Uzomah Note
C.J. Uzomah photo 84. C.J. Uzomah PHI (vs . NYG)
Robert Tonyan Note
Robert Tonyan photo 85. Robert Tonyan MIN (at DET)
Lucas Krull Note
Lucas Krull photo 86. Lucas Krull DEN (vs . KC)
Josiah Deguara Note
Josiah Deguara photo 87. Josiah Deguara JAC (at IND)
Ko Kieft Note
Ko Kieft photo 88. Ko Kieft TB (vs . NO)
Zack Kuntz Note
Zack Kuntz photo 89. Zack Kuntz NYJ (vs . MIA)
Drew Sample Note
Drew Sample photo 90. Drew Sample CIN (at PIT)
Elijah Higgins Note
Elijah Higgins photo 91. Elijah Higgins ARI (vs . SF)
Mo Alie-Cox Note
Mo Alie-Cox photo 92. Mo Alie-Cox IND (vs . JAC)
Charlie Woerner Note
Charlie Woerner photo 93. Charlie Woerner ATL (vs . CAR)
Albert Okwuegbunam Jr. Note
Albert Okwuegbunam Jr. photo 94. Albert Okwuegbunam Jr. PHI (vs . NYG)
Drew Ogletree Note
Drew Ogletree photo 95. Drew Ogletree IND (vs . JAC)
Jimmy Graham Note
Jimmy Graham photo 96. Jimmy Graham FA (BYE)
MyCole Pruitt Note
MyCole Pruitt photo 97. MyCole Pruitt PIT (vs . CIN)
Jack Stoll Note
Jack Stoll photo 98. Jack Stoll NYG (at PHI)
Ian Thomas Note
Ian Thomas photo 99. Ian Thomas CAR (at ATL)
Jody Fortson Jr. Note
Jody Fortson Jr. photo 100. Jody Fortson Jr. MIA (at NYJ)
Bryson Nesbit Note
Bryson Nesbit photo 101. Bryson Nesbit FA (BYE)
James Mitchell Note
James Mitchell photo 102. James Mitchell DET (vs . MIN)
Brevyn Spann-Ford Note
Brevyn Spann-Ford photo 103. Brevyn Spann-Ford DAL (vs . WAS)
Cameron Latu Note
Cameron Latu photo 104. Cameron Latu SF (at ARI)
Julian Hill Note
Julian Hill photo 105. Julian Hill MIA (at NYJ)
Devin Culp Note
Devin Culp photo 106. Devin Culp TB (vs . NO)
Quintin Morris Note
Quintin Morris photo 107. Quintin Morris BUF (at NE)
Geoff Swaim Note
Geoff Swaim photo 108. Geoff Swaim FA (BYE)
Payne Durham Note
Payne Durham photo 109. Payne Durham TB (vs . NO)
Giovanni Ricci Note
Giovanni Ricci photo 110. Giovanni Ricci CLE (at BAL)
Ross Dwelley Note
Ross Dwelley photo 111. Ross Dwelley ATL (vs . CAR)
Tucker Fisk Note
Tucker Fisk photo 112. Tucker Fisk ATL (vs . CAR)
Brycen Hopkins Note
Brycen Hopkins photo 113. Brycen Hopkins FA (BYE)
Grant Calcaterra Note
Grant Calcaterra photo 114. Grant Calcaterra PHI (vs . NYG)
Stephen Sullivan Note
Stephen Sullivan photo 115. Stephen Sullivan CAR (at ATL)
Hunter Long Note
Hunter Long photo 116. Hunter Long LAR (vs . SEA)
Jesper Horsted Note
Jesper Horsted photo 117. Jesper Horsted LV (vs . LAC)
Chris Manhertz Note
Chris Manhertz photo 118. Chris Manhertz NYG (at PHI)
Trey Knox Note
Trey Knox photo 119. Trey Knox MIN (at DET)
Benjamin Yurosek Note
Benjamin Yurosek photo 120. Benjamin Yurosek FA (BYE)
Daniel Helm Note
Daniel Helm photo 121. Daniel Helm FA (BYE)
Tyler Mabry Note
Tyler Mabry photo 122. Tyler Mabry SEA (at LAR)
Jack Westover Note
Jack Westover photo 123. Jack Westover SEA (at LAR)
Teagan Quitoriano Note
Teagan Quitoriano photo 124. Teagan Quitoriano HOU (at TEN)
Luke Lachey Note
Luke Lachey photo 125. Luke Lachey FA (BYE)
Kenny Yeboah Note
Kenny Yeboah photo 126. Kenny Yeboah NYJ (vs . MIA)
Trevon Wesco Note
Trevon Wesco photo 127. Trevon Wesco FA (BYE)
Tommy Hudson Note
Tommy Hudson photo 128. Tommy Hudson NO (at TB)
Blake Bell Note
Blake Bell photo 129. Blake Bell FA (BYE)
Mitchell Wilcox Note
Mitchell Wilcox photo 130. Mitchell Wilcox NE (vs . BUF)
Marcedes Lewis Note
Marcedes Lewis photo 131. Marcedes Lewis FA (BYE)
Ben Sims Note
Ben Sims photo 132. Ben Sims GB (vs . CHI)
Sean McKeon Note
Sean McKeon photo 133. Sean McKeon DET (vs . MIN)
Nate Adkins Note
Nate Adkins photo 134. Nate Adkins DEN (vs . KC)
Brayden Willis Note
Brayden Willis photo 135. Brayden Willis SF (at ARI)
Eric Saubert Note
Eric Saubert photo 136. Eric Saubert SF (at ARI)
Nick Guggemos Note
Nick Guggemos photo 137. Nick Guggemos FA (BYE)
Nick Vannett Note
Nick Vannett photo 138. Nick Vannett TEN (vs . HOU)
Anthony Firkser Note
Anthony Firkser photo 139. Anthony Firkser DET (vs . MIN)
Rodney Williams Note
Rodney Williams photo 140. Rodney Williams PIT (vs . CIN)
Zach Gentry Note
Zach Gentry photo 141. Zach Gentry LV (vs . LAC)
Tyler Kroft Note
Tyler Kroft photo 142. Tyler Kroft FA (BYE)
Shane Zylstra Note
Shane Zylstra photo 143. Shane Zylstra DET (vs . MIN)
Nick Boyle Note
Nick Boyle photo 144. Nick Boyle FA (BYE)
Eric Tomlinson Note
Eric Tomlinson photo 145. Eric Tomlinson IND (vs . JAC)
Cole Fotheringham Note
Cole Fotheringham photo 146. Cole Fotheringham LV (vs . LAC)
Jesse James Note
Jesse James photo 147. Jesse James FA (BYE)
Tyree Jackson Note
Tyree Jackson photo 148. Tyree Jackson NYG (at PHI)
Curtis Hodges Note
Curtis Hodges photo 149. Curtis Hodges FA (BYE)
Kevin Rader Note
Kevin Rader photo 150. Kevin Rader TEN (vs . HOU)
David Wells Note
David Wells photo 151. David Wells TB (vs . NO)
Andrew Beck Note
Andrew Beck photo 152. Andrew Beck HOU (at TEN)
Tanner Conner Note
Tanner Conner photo 153. Tanner Conner MIA (at NYJ)