Zach Sudfeld

#44 TE / N.Y. Jets Jets / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-7 Weight: 260 lb Age: 26 College: Nevada Bye 5

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  • by Sean d'Oliveira |

    Jets place tight end Zach Sudfeld on injured reserve

    After tight end Zach Sudfeld cleared waivers Wednesday, the Jets placed him on injured reserve, the team announced. Sudfeld suffered a knee injury during practice last week. In 16 games last season, Sudfeld caught five passes for 85 yards.

  • by Sean d'Oliveira |

    Jets' Zach Sudfeld, Darrin Walls miss Thursday's OTA due to injuries

    Jets tight end Zach Sudfeld and cornerback Darrin Walls were held out of Thursday's OTA session because of injuries, the team announced. Sudfeld is dealing with a knee injury and coach Todd Bowles said Sudfeld is undergoing tests on the knee and he said it may be more than a minor injury, reports Meanwhile, a toe injury prevented Walls from participating Thursday.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Jets' receivers don't get many opportunities on MNF

    With the Jets throwing 13 times Monday night, New York's receivers didn't get many opportunities. Wideout Percy Harvin caught one of three targets for 6 yards and rushed six times for 27 yards. Tight end Zach Sudfeld made a 20-yard catch. Wideout Eric Decker caught two of four targets for 18 yards. Receiver Jeremy Kerley had a 2-yard reception and ran twice for 38 yards. They'll all visit the Vikings in Week 14.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Jets' tight ends combine for seven grabs

    The Jets got their tight ends heavily involved Week 3 against the Bears. Rookie Jace Amaro caught three of four targets for 54 yards, Jeff Cumberland caught three of six targets for 18 yards and Zach Sudfeld had a 15-yard grab. They'll face the Lions in Week 4.

  • by Larry Hartstein | Senior Analyst

    Zach Sudfeld gets some snaps with starters

    Jets tight end Zach Sudfeld, a 6-7, 260-pounder, is getting some snaps with the starters as rookie Jaco Amaro struggles, reports The Star-Ledger. Sudfeld mostly runs with the second team and on special teams units. Signed midseason last year, Sudfeld said "it's interesting how much difference it makes knowing the playbook a little bit. Last year, coming out here a little bit, it was kind of learning on the fly. I just try to take advantage of the reps I get. "I do think that I have some ability to maybe stretch the field a little bit and kind of get out and run," he added. "I love playing in the West Coast [scheme]. It's a great offense for a tight end."

  • by Dave Richard | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Are Jets the right place for Jace Amaro?

    There is no doubt that Jace Amaro has the potential to be a Day 1 starter for the Jets and work as a mismatch-style tight end, albeit not to the level of Jimmy Graham or even Jason Witten. But if he can beat out the likes of Jeff Cumberland and Zach Sudfeld -- not tough competition -- then Amaro could develop into a much-needed piece of the offense as a short-area outlet for their quarterbacks. It's going to take a training camp and preseason full of glowing reports and highlights for him to gain traction with the Fantasy universe. If it happens then he'll be worth considering with a late pick as a sleeper. Otherwise he'll be available off waivers in seasonal leagues. In long-term formats he's worth that late pick and is a late second to early third-round choice in rookie-only drafts.

  • by Jamey Eisenberg | Senior Fantasy Writer

    Jets draft Jace Amaro

    With the No. 49 pick in the NFL Draft, the Jets selected tight end Jace Amaro from Texas Tech. Working in the school's spread offense, Amaro used his 6-foot-5, 265-pound body, 4.7 speed and his big, soft hands to put up some solid numbers (1,352 receiving yards last year, second only to Michael Crabtree in school history). Amaro has the chance for immediate playing time with the Jets having just Jeff Cumberland and Zach Sudfeld as the top two tight ends on their roster.

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Long list of injured Jets cleared to play Week 11

    Jets safety Antonio Allen (concussion), guard Willie Colon (calf), wide receiver Josh Cribbs (knee), cornerback Antonio Cromartie (hip), defensive end Leger Douzable (illness), defensive tackle Kenrick Ellis (back), linebacker Calvin Pace (hip), wide receiver Greg Salas (knee), tight end Zach Sudfeld (knee), cornerback Darrin Walls (shoulder) and tight end Kellen Winslow (knee) were all cleared to play Week 11 at Buffalo. All 11 players were listed as probable.

  • by Marty Gitlin |

    Jets list 10 offensive players as probable for Sunday

    Ten Jets placed on Friday injury report should play Sunday against Buffalo. They are all listed as probable. The offensive probables are lineman Willie Colon (calf), wide receivers Greg Salas (knee), Santonio Holmes (foot/hamstring), Stephen Hill (foot/knee) and Josh Cribbs (knee), tight ends Kellen Winslow (knee), Zach Sudfeld (knee) and Jeff Cumberland (concussion) and running backs Chris Ivory (knee) and Alex Green (hamstring).

  • by Michael Hurcomb | Fantasy Writer

    Zach Sudfeld has best game of young career

    Jets tight end Zach Sudfeld came away with two catches for a second straight game Week 9 vs. New Orleans. He totaled a career-high 46 receiving yards in a 26-20 win. Sudfeld's first catch came on a 25-yard pass from wide receiver Josh Cribbs, who took a direct snap from the Wildcat formation. A few plays later, Sudfeld was targeted on a 3-yard touchdown pass by quarterback Geno Smith, but the pass was out of his reach. Sudfeld then made it down to the Saints' 3-yard line following a 21-yard catch with 42 seconds left in the first half. One play later, however, Smith took it in for a 3-yard touchdown. Sudfeld was targeted four times in the win. The Jets are on a bye Week 10 before returning to action Week 11 at Buffalo.

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