Travis Kelce

#87 TE / Kansas City Chiefs / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-5 Weight: 260 lb Age: 26 College: Cincinnati Bye 9

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INJURY ALERT: Questionable | Groin | Questionable for Week 12 vs. Buffalo
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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Listed as questionable for Week 12

    Kelce (groin/ankle) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Bills, the Kansas City Star reports. Per the report, Kelce, who practiced fully Wednesday and Thursday, suffered a "slight ankle sprain" Friday and missed most of the Chiefs' final workout of the week. Given the late-week downgrade, Kelce's status will need to be monitored closely in advance of Sunday's contest, which fortunately for his fantasy owners is a 1:00 ET kickoff.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Quiet in win

    Kelce caught five of seven targets for just 46 yards in Sunday's 33-3 win at San Diego. Kelce hasn't had big game since Week 1, as the Chiefs like to run the ball and dink and dunk with Alex Smith. Kelce did appear to score a touchdown right before halftime, but the play was reversed via replay. While he's seen at least six targets in nine of 10 games this season, he's only seen more than seven looks three times. He's got the skill set and talent to be a dominant receiving tight end, but mainly because of the team's conservative offense, he's not getting opportunities down the field to make big plays. In any case, he and the Chiefs will host the Bills in Week 12.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Just five catches for 36 yards

    Kelce (groin) caught 5-of-9 targets for just 36 yards in Sunday's 29-13 win at Denver. While Kelce was quiet Sunday, Alex Smith threw for just 204 yards, with 80 of those yards coming on a fourth-quarter touchdown to RB Charcandrick West. Kelce really hasn't made a major impact since Week 1, when he caught 6-of-6 targets for 106 yards and two touchdowns. He's not seeing a large number of targets either, with seven looks or less in six of nine games this season. Things do open up for Kansas City, however, with a string of soft passes defenses coming up on the schedule. Kelce could bounce back next week at San Diego, which has hasn't defended opposing TEs all that well this season.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Active Sunday

    Kelce (groin) is active for Sunday's game in Denver, Terez Paylor of the Kansas City Star reports. Kelce has landed on the injury report at times this season with a groin issue, but his game-day availability has never been in question. In Week 10, he'll seek to produce against a Broncos defense that has allowed three touchdowns to tight ends over the past three games.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Leads Chiefs receivers again

    Kelce (groin) had six catches on eight targets for 49 yards -- all team-highs -- and a touchdown Sunday against the Lions in London. The Chiefs don't throw the ball a ton, but when they do, it's usually to either Kelce or wideout Jeremy Maclin. Kelce's touchdown was his first since Week 1, so while he gets a decent number of passes thrown his way for a tight end, his upside isn't quite as high due to the few looks near the end zone (seven red zone targets this season, two inside the 10-yard line). Fantasy owners will have to look for a Kelce replacement in Week 9, as the Chiefs are on bye before a tough Week 10 matchup against the Broncos.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Leads Chiefs in receiving yards

    Kelce had five catches on six targets for a team-high 73 yards Sunday against the Steelers. With No. 1 wideout Jeremy Maclin held out again because of a recent concussion, quarterback Alex Smith really spread the ball around, with seven different players getting targeted multiple times. Kelce is still the upside play in the Chiefs' passing game, but it's not a prolific unit, and the tight end has now gone six straight games without scoring a touchdown.

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    Chiefs TE Travis Kelce snags five against Minnesota

    Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce caught five passes off of seven targets for 88 yards in the Week 6 defeat to Minnesota. Kelce had his second-highest yardage total of the season and led the team in targets for the first time this season. In the absence of featured back Jamaal Charles and given Alex Smith's tendency to dink and dunk to his backs and tight ends, it is possible that Kelce is targeted more between the 20 yard lines moving forward.

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    Chiefs' Travis Kelce: Active against the Bears

    Kelce (groin) is active for Sunday's game against the Bears. Kelce was a full participant in practice on Friday, so he should be a full go in this game.

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    Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce nets 80 yards against Packers

    Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce finished with 80 yards from six receptions (on 10 targets) during Monday's game against the Packers. Kelce's 10 targets set a career-high Monday night and his 80 receiving yards were fueled by a long gain of 38 yards, once again displaying Kelce's unique big play ability for a tight end. Although running Jamaal Charles stole most of the red zone work, fellow teammate Jeremy Maclin's strong performance Monday could afford Kelce less attention from opposing defenses moving forward, another encouraging development for his fantasy stock.

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    Chiefs TE Travis Kelce nabs four passes for 58 yards in loss

    Chiefs tight end Travis Kelce caught four passes for 58 yards on five targets in Thursday's 31-24 loss to the Broncos. With the Chiefs either leading or tied until the final 30 seconds, Alex Smith only attempted 25 passes. Kelce played nearly every snap and had an efficient night that included an impressive 29-yard catch-and-run, but his volume was disappointing in the wake of a 6-106-2 receiving line (six targets) in Week 1. Kelce should be more involved in the coming weeks, starting with a Week 3 Monday Night Football game in Green Bay.

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