Geoff Swaim

#87 TE / Tennessee Titans / EXP: 7YRS Height: 6-4 Weight: 260 lb Age: 28 College: Texas Bye 13

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  • by RotoWire Staff | RotoWire

    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Records one reception

    Geoff Swaim recorded one reception on one target for eight yards in Sunday's 27-3 win over Kansas City.Swaim was one of three Tennessee tight ends to record a catch Sunday, and the effort marked his second consecutive game with one reception. Through seven games this season, Swaim has seven receptions for 53 yards.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Little involvement again

    Geoff Swaim recorded one reception on one target for eight yards in Monday's 34-31 win over Buffalo.Swaim continues to play well over half of the offensive snaps for Tennessee, though he now has three consecutive games with only one target. He is primarily on the field due to his blocking, in turn limiting the amount of pass volume he will see.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Only one target

    Geoff Swaim failed to bring in his only target during Sunday's overtime loss to the Jets.Swaim was on the field for 32 percent of the team's offensive snaps, second at the position behind Anthony Firkser. However, as has been typical, he primary served as a blocker. In the two games that Firkser has been on the field this season, Swaim has combined to record only two targets and no receptions.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Records three catches

    Geoff Swaim recorded three receptions on four targets for 27 yards in Sunday's Week 3 win over the Colts.Anthony Firkser (knee) was sidelined for the second consecutive game, which allowed Swaim to lead the Tennessee Titans' tight-end corps in snaps, targets and receptions. The majority of Swaim's production came on a 26-yard reception late in the second quarter, though the drive ended with a Ryan Tannehill interception. Firkser did not practice at all leading up to the Week 3 contest, which means he may be forced to miss further action and allow Swaim to maintain his increased role in Week 4 against the Jets.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Fails to secure only target

    Geoff Swaim played 25 offensive snaps and saw one target during Sunday's loss to the Cardinals.Anthony Firkser led all Tennessee tight ends with 31 snaps, but Swaim wasn't far behind and significantly outpaced MyCole Pruitt's 12 snaps. The Tennessee Titans struggled keeping Ryan Tannehill upright in Week 1, so Firkser and Swaim may see more action together as they try to shore up their protection schemes.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Off COVID list

    Geoff Swaim has been activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list, Jim Wyatt of the Tennessee Titans' official site reports.Swaim thus is in line to be available for Sunday's season opener against the Cardinals. In 10 games with the Titans last year, he logged nine catches on 12 targets for 83 yards and a TD. The 27-year-old plays a key role as a blocker in Tennessee's offense, but teammate Anthony Firkser profiles as the team's primary pass-catching tight end.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Heads to COVID-19 list

    The Tennessee Titans placed Geoff Swaim (undisclosed) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports.Swaim will need to fully clear the league's COVID-19 protocols before returning to team facilities. The timing of Swaim's placement on the COVID list makes him an unlikely candidate for Saturday's preseason finale against the Bears, but he'll have over two weeks to gain clearance for the regular-season opener against Arizona on Sept. 12.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Tops tight end depth chart

    Geoff Swaim is the No. 1 tight end on the Tennessee Titans' first official depth chart of the season, Claire Kuwana of the Tennessean reports.Anthony Firkser was presumed to be the player who would primarily fill in for the loss of Jonnu Smith. However, in a surprise move Swaim was listed ahead of Firkser in the first version of the depth chart. However, that doesn't necessarily mean Swaim will have a large role as a receiver, as that listing could reflect his usage as a blocker for Derrick Henry. Across 10 games and 353 offensive snaps with the Titans last season, Swaim saw only 12 targets.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Stays with Tennessee

    Geoff Swaim is staying with the Tennessee Titans on a one-year contract, John Glennon of BroadwaySportsMedia.com reports.The new league year hasn't even started and the Titans have already lost TE Jonnu Smith and WRs Corey Davis and Adam Humphries. Retaining Swaim won't change much for the passing offense, but it does give the team a competent blocker alongside passing-down specialist Anthony Firkser. The 27-year-old Swaim has 57 catches in 53 NFL appearances, including just nine in 10 games for the Titans last season.

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    Titans' Geoff Swaim: Finds role with Titans

    Geoff Swaim recorded nine receptions for 83 yards and a touchdown across nine games with the Tennessee Titans in the 2020 regular season.Swaim signed with the Titans in mid-August, though he wasn't active on gameday until Week 6. He played a relatively large role thereafter, logging over a 50 percent snap rate in six of his nine contests. That didn't translate to much production in the box score, though he did serve as a solid run blocker to clear the way for Derrick Henry. Swaim will hit unrestricted free agency at the conclusion of the Titans' postseason run.

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