Swoope had one reception for 22 yards on his only target in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.
The former college basketball player barely got on the field his first two seasons and was stuck on the bench most of the first half of this year. However, he had eight receptions for 167 yards and a touchdown over his final six games despite playing limited snaps, averaging 16.7 yards per target. Swoope could be a sleeper in 2017 if he gets more playing time.
Swoope played just 10 snaps, but he's continued his late-season emergence. He's had six receptions for 110 yards and a touchdown his last four games. The former college basketball player barely got on the field his first two seasons and was stuck on the bench most of the first half of this year. However, his recent play suggests he could be a larger part of the offense next season. It's possible he could get a larger trial in Week 17 with the
Swoope had three receptions for 50 yards, including a 27-yard touchdown, in Sunday's win at Indianapolis.
Swoope played 26 snaps on offense as he became a surprise significant element in the passing game with both Dwayne Allen and Jack Doyle healthy. Swoope could continue to get playing time as the team looks toward 2017 the next two weeks.
Swoope had the reception on a fake punt, so it's not an indication of a growing role in the offense. Swoope has mostly been relegated to special teams with Dwayne Allen and Jack Doyle healthy.
Swoope had one reception for seven yards on his only target in Sunday's win at Green Bay. He played just nine snaps on offense.
Swoope had a more limited role on offense with Dwayne Allen returning after missing two games with an ankle injury. He may not play much on offense if both Allen and Jack Doyle are healthy.