Kendall Wright

#13 WR / Chicago Bears / EXP: 6YRS Height: 5-10 Weight: 185 lb Age: 28 College: Baylor Bye 9

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Catches two passes in Week 11 loss

    Kendall Wright caught two passes for 25 yards in Sunday's defeat to the Lions.Amazingly, Wright was Chicago's leading wide receiver in this game with his 25-yard effort while the tight ends and running backs were far more involved in the team's game plan. He's posted between 23 and 46 yards in each of his last three games, making him a borderline fantasy option with little upside in leagues that use PPR scoring.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Targeted eight times in Week 10 loss

    Kendall Wright caught five passes for 46 yards in Sunday's 23-16 loss to the Packers.Wright tied for the team lead with eight targets, but he was unable to turn any of his receptions into more than a 12-yard gain. Although he's been targeted eight times in back-to-back contests, he's caught fewer than half of those passes for 69 yards, making him a low-upside fantasy option in PPR leagues.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Nabs two passes in loss

    Kendall Wright caught two of eight targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 20-12 loss to New Orleans.The game was an improvement from Wright's catchless outing against Carolina, but he's still caught just four passes in the past three weeks. Except for Mike Glennon himself, few on the Chicago Bears may be as frustrated with the quarterback change as Wright. Wright averaged 3.5 catches per game for 38.5 yards with Glennon at quarterback. The stats weren't great, but better than the two catches per game for 26.3 yards he's averaged with Mitchell Trubisky. Wright's lone touchdown of the season has also come from Glennon.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: No targets Week 7

    Kendall Wright wasn't targeted in Sunday's victory over the Panthers.Chicago jumped out to an early lead, and it did everything possible to take the air out of the football to protect both the lead and its rookie quarterback. That led to Mitchell Trubisky throwing just seven passes in the entire game with just one of those going to a wide receiver. Wright will likely be the most productive receiver on the team over the course of the season, but his best opportunity for success will be in games in which the team is playing from behind. As was the case this week, he has a scary floor with an uninspiring ceiling.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Posts 36 yards in winning effort

    Kendall Wright brought in two of three passes for 36 yards in Sunday's 27-24 overtime defeat of the Ravens.Wright was the only Chicago wide receiver to have a reception, and he was targeted just three times in a game that Mitchell Trubisky threw 16 passes. As long as the Chicago Bears are committed to a hyper-conservative game plan to protect their rookie quarterback, Wright will remain a low-upside fantasy option.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Leads team with 46 receiving yards

    Kendall Wright caught four of five targets for 46 receiving yards in Monday night's 20-17 loss to the Vikings.Wright's production may seem underwhelming, but the reality is he led the Chicago Bears in receiving. While Chicago's anemic passing game remains the only one league-wide without a 30-yard completion on offense this season, Wright has been the best of the bunch so far. Furthermore, with rookie first-rounder Mitchell Trubisky now at the helm, there seems to be some upside with regard to Wright's stock, even though Sunday's trip to Baltimore could prove rather challenging.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Bounces back from blanking

    Kendall Wright brought in all four of his targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 35-14 loss to the Packers.After surprisingly failing to see a target in Week 3 against the Steelers, Wright bounced back to pace the team in receiving yards Thursday. The veteran possession receiver provided the only non-garbage time touchdown for Chicago when he capped off a seven-play, 72-yard drive shortly before halftime with a five-yard score, his first in a Chicago Bears uniform. Considering he sits atop the receiver depth chart, it's likely safe to consider his Week 3 blanking an outlier, although the team's current quarterback situation still caps his overall fantasy potential for the time being. He'll look to build on Thursday's production in a Week 5 divisional showdown against the Vikings.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Not targeted in win

    Kendall Wright played 35 of 65 offensive snaps but didn't receive a target during Sunday's 23-17 overtime win over Pittsburgh.After hauling in 10 of 14 targets for 103 yards over the first two weeks of the season, this was a surprising and disastrous fantasy showing from Wright. The Chicago offense leaned on its ground attack Sunday, but it was odd that Wright didn't even see a single target. Quarterback Mike Glennon will likely have to air it out more to keep pace with the Green Bay offense at Lambeau Field on Thursday, so how involved Wright is in Week 4 will be telling about his fantasy prospects moving forward.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Practices fully Friday

    Kendall Wright (shoulder) was a full participant at Friday's practice and does not have a designation on the final injury report for Sunday's game against Pittsburgh.A limited participant the previous two days, Wright apparently will be fine to fill his usual role in the slot. He also handled some outside snaps in a Week 2 loss to Tampa Bay, but the Chicago Bears may be able to shift Wright back to his comfort zone strictly working from the slot now that Markus Wheaton (finger) is primed for his 2017 debut. Wright nonetheless figures to operate as one of Mike Glennon's favorite targets underneath.

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    Bears' Kendall Wright: Limited by shoulder issue

    Kendall Wright (shoulder) was a limited participant in the Chicago Bears' practice Thursday, Adam Hoge of WGN Radio 720 AM reports.In a Bears receiving corps that's already been hit hard by injuries this season, Wright's shoulder issue counts as a minor concern. His involvement in practices on back-to-back days -- even in a minor capacity -- suggests that the team is still counting on having Wright available for Sunday's matchup with the Steelers. With 103 receiving yards and 14 targets through the Bears' first two games, Wright has seen more work than any of the team's other wideouts, but his volume could take a hit with field-stretching threat Markus Wheaton (finger) expected to make his season debut in Week 3.