Trey Quinn still has the chance to be a contributor for Washington, but he's not worth drafting in most Fantasy leagues. Quinn will likely be the No. 5 receiver for Washington at best this year behind Terry McLaurin, Steve Sims, Kelvin Harmon and Antonio Gandy-Golden. Cody Latimer is also competing for a job, and Quinn could be the odd man out. He struggled to post consistent production in 2019, and he has a lot to prove to Fantasy managers before he can be trusted.
Quinn (concussion) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM Radio reports. Quinn has missed the last two games, and Washington elected to shut him down for the year. The 24-year-old receiver was overshadowed largely by rookies Terry McLaurin and Steven Sims this year, finishing with 26 receptions for 198 yards and a touchdown. Quinn should be good to go for the 2020 season.
Quinn (concussion) won't play in Sunday's game against the Eagles, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. With Quinn and Paul Richardson (hamstring) both ruled out for another week, Washington will roll with Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims alongside Terry McLaurin in three-wide formations. There's no guarantee Quinn still has a regular role if/when he's deemed healthy enough to play.
Quinn (concussion) didn't practice Thursday. After being listed as a limited participant Wednesday, Quinn's downturn in activity isn't a great sign as he attempts to work his way through the concussion protocol. He now may be in danger of missing a second game in a row, which could be confirmed on Friday's injury report.
Quinn (concussion) practiced in a limited capacity Wednesday. Quinn didn't practice at all last week, so he appears to have made some progress through the concussion protocol after suffering the head injury in the Dec. 1 game against Carolina. In order to get clearance to play again, though, Quinn must pass an examination in front of an independent neurologist.
Quinn (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game at Green Bay, Craig Hoffman of 106.7 The Fan Washington reports. With both Quinn and Paul Richardson (hamstring) unavailable, Washington will trot out Kelvin Harmon and Steven Sims alongside No. 1 receiver Terry McLaurin. The all-rookie wideout group at least offers an element of upside that Quinn and Richardson have been unable to provide.
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|WK||DATE||OPP||OPP RANK||OPP FPTS|
|5||10/11||Los Angeles Rams||14||19.63|
|6||10/18||@New York Giants||29||26.00|
|9||11/08||New York Giants||29||26.00|
|14||12/13||@San Francisco 49ers||11||18.68|
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|3 Year Avg||28||18||136||1||8||7.56||19|