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Sep 18, 2022 0 0 0 0
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2022 1 12 12.00 0.00
2021 26 257 9.88 1 0.00 332.1
2020 28 334 11.93 1 0.00 373.1
3y Avg. 31 319 10.29 3 0.00 513.4
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Rudolph: One catch in season debut

    Rudolph brought in his only target for 12 yards in the Buccaneers' 14-12 loss to the Packers on Sunday. The veteran tight end was active for the first time this season with rookie Cade Otton (personal) out of action, and he was able to make good use of the one pass thrown his way. Rudolph logged only nine snaps overall despite the Buccaneers being short-handed at tight end, and he's likely to revert to inactive status as early as Week 4 if Otton is back with the team for a home showdown against Kansas City.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Rudolph: Inactive for Week 1

    Rudolph is inactive for Sunday night's game against the Cowboys. With Rudolph not in uniform for the Buccaneers' season opener, Cameron Brate, Cade Otton and Ko Kieft are in line to handle the team's Week 1 tight-end duties.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Rudolph: Makes preseason debut Saturday

    Rudolph brought in one of three targets for three yards in the Buccaneers' 13-3 preseason loss to the Titans on Saturday night. The veteran tight end got his feet wet in the Buccaneers offense for the first time and logged targets on both the second and fourth drives of the game. Rudolph and Cameron Brate likely will serve as co-No.1 options at tight end to open the season, but rookie Cade Otton potentially could eat into both of their snap counts as the campaign unfolds.
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  • Buccaneers' Kyle Rudolph: Lands with Bucs

    Rudolph agreed to a one-year deal with Tampa Bay on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The Buccaneers lost O.J. Howard and Rob Gronkowski -- at least for the time being -- from their tight end depth chart this offseason. While they added Cade Otton and Ko Kieft in the 2022 NFL Draft, the pickup of Rudolph will give the team another veteran option to pair with Cameron Brate. Even with the benefit of having Tom Brady as his quarterback, Rudolph isn't likely to return to his peak production from his time with the Vikings, though he still proved to be a decent threat near the goal line by accruing nine red-zone targets with the Giants in 2021.
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  • Kyle Rudolph: Drawing free agent interest

    Rudolph has received interest in free agency from various teams, including Tampa Bay and his former team Minnesota, and a deal could come together sometime before training camp in late July, Jeremy Fowler of ESPN.com reports. Rudolph has been on the free agent market since his release from the Giants in March. The two-time Pro Bowler played just one season in New York, collecting 26 catches on 39 targets for 257 yards and one touchdown over 16 games in 2021. Though Rudolph is beyond his prime production years, he could still serve as a reliable veteran for teams in need of tight end depth.
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  • Kyle Rudolph: Officially cut by Giants

    The Giants cut Rudolph on Wednesday. According to Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News, the Giants' release of Rudolph frees up $5 million in additional cap space as the new league year approaches. In what proved to be his lone season with the Giants, Rudolph made 16 appearances and hauled in 26 of 39 targets for 257 yards and one touchdown. The 32-year-old -- who has no plans to retire, per Adam Schefter of ESPN -- will likely generate interest from teams in search of experienced depth at tight end.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Bids adieu to New York

    Rudolph posted Wednesday an apparent farewell message to Giants fans on his personal Twitter account, signaling that he's likely been informed of his release. The Giants will likely make his release official in the days to come. If the veteran tight end has in fact been cut by New York, the transaction would free up roughly $5 million in cap space, per Pat Leonard of the New York Daily News. Meanwhile, Evan Engram is set to become a free agent at the start of the new league year March 16, so the Giants could enter 2022 without their top two options on the tight end depth chart from this past season.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Modest year

    Rudolph caught 26 of his 39 targets for 257 yards and one touchdown in 2021. He's under contract for another year, so he'll probably reprise a similar role. Evan Engram is likely to be gone, but chances are the Giants draft and/or sign a more dynamic tight end to partner with steady veteran Rudolph.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Will be available Sunday

    Rudolph (ankle) doesn't carry an injury designation heading into Sunday's matchup with Washington, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Rudolph will be available for the final week of the regular season, but his presence likely won't impact the Giants offense much. On the season, he's totaled 22 catches for 240 yards and one score, but he's only recorded one catch for nine yards across his last three games.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Limited Thursday

    Rudolph (ankle) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice session, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Rudolph was listed as limited on Wednesday's practice estimation and was still bothered by his ankle injury Thursday. If he hopes to avoid the injury report for Sunday's Week 18 matchup against Washington, he'll likely have to practice in a full capacity Friday.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Listed as limited participant

    Rudolph (ankle) was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's practice estimation, Zack Rosenblatt of The Newark Star-Ledger reports. Rudolph played through an ankle injury in Sunday's loss to the Bears and failed to haul in his lone target. He's apparently still bothered by the issue ahead of Week 18, but it wouldn't be surprising to see him remain available as long as he can practice in some capacity Thursday and Friday.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Can't catch lone target

    Rudolph failed to catch his only target in Sunday's 29-3 loss to the Bears. Rudolph played 26 snaps (46 percent) -- in line with most of his recent healthy games -- indicating he's at least mostly past the ankle injury that limited him in practice leading up to the game. Still, the 32-year-old has drawn more than two targets in a game just once since the Giants' Week 10 bye.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Sits out practice Wednesday

    Rudolph (ankle) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Rudolph was limited with an ankle injury during all three practices ahead of Week 16, but the veteran tight end was still able to suit up and play 17 offensive snaps. If Rudolph doesn't progress to at least a limited participant at Thursday's practice, then there's a good chance he won't be available for Week 17.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Held catchless in loss

    Rudolph failed to catch his lone target in Sunday's 34-10 loss to the Eagles. Rudolph played on just 17 of the Giants' 76 offensive snaps Sunday and was a complete non-factor in the loss. The veteran tight end is having a quiet year, and this is likely to continue with limited opportunities and shaky quarterback play going forward. Rudolph remains off the fantasy radar heading into a Week 17 matchup against the Bears.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: No designation for Sunday

    Rudolph (ankle) doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game in Philadelphia, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports. Despite being limited by an ankle issue in practice Wednesday through Friday, Rudolph is ready to for Week 16 action. He doesn't garner much more than a few targets per game, but he could be a bit more involved Sunday on a Giants squad with three tight ends and potentially six wide receivers unavailable to the offense.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Limited again Thursday

    Rudolph (ankle) was a limited participant at Thursday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. The 32-year-old left the Giants' Week 15 loss to the Cowboys a little worse for wear and has opened the week with two consecutive limited practices. Rudolph still has one more practice Friday to prove his health ahead of Sunday's matchup with the Eagles, though the two limited efforts do bode well for his availability.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Limited to start week

    Rudolph (ankle) was limited in Wednesday's practice, Dan Salomone of the Giants' official site reports. Rudolph only had one target during Sunday's loss to the Cowboys, which he secured for nine yards. The veteran tight end will have two more opportunities to upgrade his activity level at practice ahead of Week 16's divisional matchup in Philadelphia.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Quiet in loss

    Rudolph caught his lone target for nine yards in Sunday's 21-6 loss to the Cowboys. Rudolph played on just 43 percent of the Giants' offensive snaps in the contest. The veteran tight end does not see enough opportunity in a struggling offense to be considered anywhere near the fantasy radar.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Paces team in receiving

    Rudolph caught both of his targets for 66 yards Sunday against the Chargers. His 60-yard catch, during which he carried several Chargers on his back for extra yards a la Mark Bavaro, set up the team's first touchdown. Still, he's only a bit player in this low-end passing game.
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  • Giants' Kyle Rudolph: Draws four targets in loss

    Rudolph recorded two receptions for 18 yards on four targets Sunday in the Giants' 20-9 loss to the Dolphins. With two of their top receivers in Kadarius Toney (quadriceps/oblique) and Sterling Shepard (quadriceps) sitting out and with Kenny Golladay (ribs) checking out of the game for a spell, the Giants made frequent use of two-tight end sets Week 13, allowing Rudolph to see a fair amount of work behind the No. 1 option at the position, Evan Engram. Rudolph fell just one target shy of matching a season high, but his production was still rather hollow. He'll need to score a touchdown in most weeks to provide value, and since he's reached the end zone just once in his 11 appearances, he can't be counted on to do that with any regularity.
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