Kendrick Bourne

#84 WR / San Francisco 49ers / EXP: 3YRS Height: 6-1 Weight: 203 lb Age: 23 College: Eastern Washington Bye 4

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  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Finishes season on high note

    Kendrick Bourne caught five of six targets for 59 yards and touchdown in Sunday's 48-32 loss to the Rams.The San Francisco 49ers' receiving corp was decimated by injuries, opening the door for Bourne to serve as the team's top wideout. The 23-year-old didn't disappoint, capping his solid day off with a leaping touchdown catch over Sam Shields on a lob from Nick Mullens. Bourne doesn't possess game-changing speed, but he has displayed solid hands to complement his decent frame (6-foot-1, 203). With 42 catches, 487 yards and four touchdowns while serving primarily as a backup this year, the 2017 undrafted free agent has put himself in a strong position to serve a similar role next season even when the 49ers' starters heal up.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Set for heavy workload

    Kendrick Bourne may be the San Francisco 49ers' de facto No. 1 wide receiver Sunday against the Rams with Marquise Goodwin (calf) and Dante Pettis (knee) sidelined, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.Bourne has handled at least 74 percent of the offensive snaps in six of the last eight games, a span in which he compiled 27 catches (on 41 targets) for 308 yards and one touchdown. With Goodwin and Pettis out of the picture, Bourne's primary competition for the attention of Nick Mullens will be tight end George Kittle. Also helping Bourne's cause is a Rams defense that has given up 9.1 YPT and 18 TDs to wideouts this season.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Could see role expanded

    Kendrick Bourne had four catches (five targets) for 73 yards in Sunday's 14-9 loss to Chicago.Starting wideout Dante Pettis (knee) left the game in the first half, opening the door for Bourne to post his highest yardage total this season. Pettis is already expected to miss Week 17's matchup with the Rams, and if Marquise Goodwin (Achilles) also misses the contest, then Bourne would rocket up to first on the receiving depth chart and receive a healthy boost in fantasy value.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Second in wideout targets

    Kendrick Bourne caught two passes (four targets) for 16 yards in Sunday's 26-23 win over Seattle.Bourne finished second in wide receiver targets behind Dante Pettis for the second straight game, even with Marquise Goodwin (calf) suiting up. The San Francisco 49ers clearly want to give their young receivers an opportunity in a lost season, but the 23-year-old's production is too sporadic to be trusted in standard leagues, especially with Chicago's dominant pass defense coming to town Sunday.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Sees four targets in win

    Kendrick Bourne caught two passes (four targets) for 22 yards in Sunday's 20-14 win over the Broncos.Bourne remained involved in the offensive gameplan despite Marquise Goodwin's (personal) return. The 23-year-old actually received two more targets than than Goodwin, but that may have been an anomaly rather than a change in the receiving depth chart. Still, the fact that Bourne remained in three-receiver sets over fellow youngsters Richie James and Trent Taylor shows the confidence the San Francisco 49ers have in the 2017 undrafted free agent. If Pierre Garcon (knee) remains sidelined for Sunday's contest against the Seahawks, then Bourne should see a similar workload and could creep onto the radar of deep-league owners hurting for an active receiver.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Should keep spot in three-wide sets

    Kendrick Bourne is expected to retain a regular role in three-receiver formations Sunday against the Broncos with Pierre Garcon (knee) ruled out for the contest, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports.Bourne has seen his snap counts spike over the past three games with Garcon missing each of those contests and Marquise Goodwin (personal) sitting out two. Goodwin is back in the fold this weekend, but there should still be an opportunity for Bourne to pick up plenty of snaps alongside Goodwin and Austin Pettis when fullback Kyle Juszczyk is off the field. The San Francisco 49ers could have extra incentive to deploy three receivers and test the Denver secondary often with two of the Broncos' top three cornerbacks, Chris Harris (lower leg) and Tramaine Brock (ribs), both sidelined with injuries.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Makes four catches in loss

    Kendrick Bourne caught four of six targets for 60 yards in Sunday's 43-16 loss to the Seahawks.Getting his second start in a row, Bourne made good on the opportunity this week, hauling in at least four catches for just the fourth time this season and registering his second-highest yardage total of the year. Should the Eastern Washington product draw another start, however, fantasy players shouldn't count on him. Nick Mullens will be hard-pressed to throw for 400 yards again, and Bourne is still low in the pecking order when it comes to targets. If Pierre Garcon (knee) or Marquise Goodwin (personal) returns for Week 14's home matchup with Denver, the 23-year-old would likely be relegated to fill-in duties.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Making another start

    Kendrick Bourne and Austin Pettis will serve as the San Francisco 49ers' starting receivers in Sunday's game in Seattle, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports.It will be the second straight start for both players, who will benefit from the continued absences of Marquise Goodwin (not-injury related) and Pierre Garcon (knee). Pettis, a rookie second-round pick who set career highs across the board in Week 12 against the Buccaneers (four catches for 77 yards and one touchdown on seven targets) ranks as the more appealing fantasy option of the two. With a pedestrian 6.4 yards per target over nine games this season, Bourne hasn't shown much of a knack for big plays, but at 6-foot-1, he at least offers some decent size in the red zone.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Quiet in spot start

    Kendrick Bourne caught two of three targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 27-9 loss to the Buccaneers.Bourne started alongside Dante Pettis with both Marquise Goodwin (personal) and Pierre Garcon (knee) missing the contest. The 23-year-old has stepped up when called upon at various points of the season, but it was Pettis (four catches for 77 yards and a touchdown) who reaped the benefits of the lineup promotion. The statuses of Goodwin and Garcon are both unclear for the San Francisco 49ers' Week 13 matchup against the Seahawks, but it appears that Pettis -- not Bourne -- is the wideout to target in deeper formats if either of the 49ers' usual starters are held out again.

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    49ers' Kendrick Bourne: Ready for another fill-in start

    Kendrick Bourne is expected to start in place of Pierre Garcon (knee) on Sunday against the Buccaneers, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports.Otherwise limited to a minor role, Bourne has 11 catches for 104 yards on 16 targets in the two games Garcon has missed this season. A matchup with Tampa Bay does create some upside, but Bourne will have a hard time matching the aforementioned volume in an offense that also wants to find targets for George Kittle, Marquise Goodwin, Matt Breida and Dante Pettis.