Logan Thomas

#82 TE / Washington Football Team / EXP: 6YRS Height: 6-6 Weight: 250 lb Age: 29 College: Virginia Tech Bye 8

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Gets into end zone Sunday

    Logan Thomas brought in three of four targets for 42 yards and a touchdown in the Washington Football Team's 20-19 loss to the Giants on Sunday.The journeyman tight end finally scored again after a four-game drought, making an impressive contested catch in the left corner of the end zone late in the first half. Thomas' yardage tally, modest as it was, qualified as a season high, and Sunday marked his first game with multiple receptions since Week 3. Thomas will look to carry over the momentum from Sunday's productive effort into a Week 7 home showdown against the Cowboys.

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Limited to one catch

    Logan Thomas caught one of four targets for four yards in Sunday's 30-10 loss to the Rams.The switch to Kyle Allen (arm) at quarterback didn't help Thomas, nor did it help any of the Washington pass catchers. Allen actually played decently in the first half, but he left the game with an arm injury and never returned after the break. Thomas still has an every-down role, but his heavy target volume from the first three weeks of the season has dropped off, and he still isn't putting up efficient numbers with the chances he does get. The tight end will try to rebound Week 6 against the Giants.

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Catches only one pass

    Logan Thomas played 93 percent of offensive snaps in Sunday's 31-17 loss to Baltimore, but he was limited to one catch for eight yards on four targets.The snap share actually was a season high, though not much of a difference from Week 2 (91 percent) or Week 3 (86 percent). His receiving stats, on the other hand, were season lows across the board, with Thomas falling shy of seven targets and four catches for the first time this year. It does make sense that QB Dwayne Haskins would start to look toward other players, as his connection with Thomas hasn't been especially strong. The tight end has a 46.4 percent catch rate and 3.6 yards per target, ranking dead last in both stats among all qualified pass catchers at his position. Thomas does get a decent matchup Week 5, with Washington playing host to a Rams squad that's given up the 12th-most PPR points to tight ends this season. Granted, that's largely been based on touchdowns (three) and overall volume (9.3 targets per game) rather than yardage efficiency (4.5 YPT).

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Held to 31 yards

    Logan Thomas caught four of seven targets for 31 yards in Sunday's 34-20 loss to the Browns, playing 85 percent of snaps on offense.Thomas has finished first or second on the team in targets in every game this season, but it hasn't translated to consistent production, as he's now on pace for a 64-501-5 receiving line on 128 targets. If nothing else, his catch rate should improve as the year moves along, though efficient production may be too much to ask for in an offense with Dwayne Haskins at quarterback. Thomas is tied for the second-most targets (24) among tight ends, so he's at least on the map as a low-end fantasy option for Week 4 against the Ravens.

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Does little with high volume

    Logan Thomas caught four of nine targets for 26 yards in Sunday's 30-15 loss to the Cardinals.Dwayne Haskins again looked for his tight end often but wasn't quite on the same page as Thomas, and the duo's longest connection went for only 10 yards. It's still encouraging that Thomas has seen 17 targets through two games, and he could find success in Week 3 against a Browns defense that just let C.J. Uzomah (Achilles) and Drew Sample combine for 11 catches, 87 yards and a TD.

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Leads team in targets

    Logan Thomas caught four passes for 37 yards and a touchdown on a team-high eight targets in Sunday's 27-17 win over the Eagles.Jeremy Sprinkle technically got the start at tight end, but he was limited to 40 percent of offensive snaps and zero targets, while Thomas was on the field for 74 percent of plays. Given his solid performance, Thomas figures to continue in his role as Washington's top pass-catching TE for Week 2 at Arizona, though he isn't a great bet to lead the team in targets again.

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Sitting atop depth chart

    Logan Thomas is listed as a starter on Washington's initial 2020 depth chart.This was fully expected after multiple reports out of training camp relayed that Thomas received most of the first-team snaps. He won't necessarily have a three-down role, but the 29-year-old does figure to see more targets than Jeremy Sprinkle and Marcus Baugh, potentially setting up a rare late-20s breakout. It wouldn't necessarily be the type of breakout that leads to mainstream fantasy value, but Thomas does have a good chance to set career highs in every major receiving category.

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Running with starters

    Logan Thomas was the most heavily targeted player on the first-team offense at Tuesday's practice, coming away with five catches and a touchdown, Kyle Stackpole of the official team website reports.Thomas has built up some hype throughout training camp, with Nicki Jhabvala of the Washington Post supporting the notion of the 29-year-old emerging as Washington's top tight end. A two-year, $6.15 million contract may seem modest, but it's a big investment relative to what the team spent on Jeremy Sprinkle (2017 fifth-round pick), Richard Rodgers (veteran minimum contract), Hale Hentges (UDFA) and Marcus Baugh (UDFA). It seems the Washington front office saw potential in the former QB last season when he posted a 16-173-1 receiving line on 28 targets for the Lions. It may still feel like a stretch to draft Thomas in most fantasy leagues, but there's no question the Washington offense will have targets up for grabs among unproven players behind Terry McLaurin.

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Working with pass catchers

    Logan Thomas and Marcus Baugh worked with pass catchers during individual drills at Thursday's practice, while the other Washington tight ends were put in blocking drills, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.Signed to a two-year, $6.2 million contract this offseason, Thomas is gearing up for a significant role in the Washington offense, perhaps becoming a starter for the first time in his age-29 season. That said, he won't necessarily handle a three-down role, and his new team is a good bet to land near the bottom of the league in cumulative TE targets. Thomas is an easy choice for fantasy managers interested in a Washington tight end, but in most cases the better option is to avoid the mess altogether.

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    Football Team's Logan Thomas: Removed from COVID list

    The Washington Football Team activated Logan Thomas (illness) from the reserve/COVID-19 list Sunday.When Thomas signed on the dotted line back in March, he joined a team devoid of depth at tight end, with Jordan Reed moving on after frequent concussions and Vernon Davis opting to retire. Aside from Thomas, the group currently includes Jeremy Sprinkle, Richard Rodgers and undrafted rookie Thaddeus Moss (foot), among others. That said, Thomas' start to camp was delayed due to his stay on the COVID list. Now cleared for action, he's coming off a 2019 campaign with the Lions in which he posted a 16-173-1 line on 28 targets.