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Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2022 0.00 0.00
2021 1 35 35.00 19 6.33 -1-0.1
3y Avg. 2 23 11.50 5 5.00 -2-0.2

Fantasy News

  • Andre Roberts: Gets look from New York

    Roberts received a tryout from the Giants on Tuesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Roberts played in three games for the Panthers last season and wasn't part of training camp for any NFL team. It's unclear if the Giants are interested in Roberts for his receiving or return ability, or possibly both, but the team sustained no injuries to its receiving corps in Sunday's loss to the Cowboys.
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  • Panthers' Andre Roberts: Will play Sunday

    Roberts (knee) is active Sunday against the Buccaneers. Roberts was activated from IR on Saturday but he was considered questionable to play Week 17. His return will bolster the Panthers' depth at wide receiver, while he'll likely take back over return duties, a role that he held Week 1 against the Browns.
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  • Panthers' Andre Roberts: Questionable for Sunday

    Roberts (knee), whom the Panthers activated from injured reserve Saturday, is questionable for Sunday's game at Tampa Bay due to an illness, David Newton of reports. Roberts has been on IR since playing in the season opener, when he had two kick returns for 35 yards and one punt return for 10 yards during a 26-24 loss to the Browns. While his knee injury is behind him, his status is up in the air ahead of Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff. According to Newton, though, there's an expectation that Roberts is available, which will be unveiled when Carolina posts its list of inactives.
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  • Panthers' Andre Roberts: Set to return

    Roberts (knee) was activated off injured reserve Saturday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Roberts acts almost strictly as the team's return man when healthy, but it'll be interesting to monitor if he returns to that capacity after missing the last 13 games. Raheem Blackshear has done well as an explosive kick returner recently.
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  • Panthers' Andre Roberts: Nearing return from IR

    Carolina designated Roberts (knee) to return from its injured reserve list Tuesday ahead of Saturday's game versus Detroit, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. After missing Carolina's last 13 games recovering from a sprained PCL he sustained in Week 1 versus Cleveland, Roberts appears to have a chance to suit up for Week 16. The 34-year-old wideout played all 11 of his snaps on special teams, serving as a punt and kick returner in the season opener, but it's not a given he'd reclaim those roles Saturday even if fully healthy.
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  • Panthers' Andre Roberts: Placed on IR

    The Panthers placed Roberts (knee) on injured reserve Tuesday, Darin Gantt of the team's official site reports. Roberts, who dealt with a knee injury during the preseason, was diagnosed with a PCL sprain after playing in Sunday's season-opening loss to the Browns, per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network. Though Roberts will avoid surgery, he'll be forced to miss at least four games after landing on IR. In his absence, Shi Smith is expected to take over as the primary punt returner, while Chuba Hubbard and Laviska Shenault would be options on kickoffs.
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  • Panthers' Andre Roberts: Could miss time

    Coach Matt Rhule said Tuesday that Roberts' knee injury "could be an issue," Schuyler Callihan of reports. Roberts has been dealing with his knee injury since the preseason, but he appears to have aggravated the issue Week 1. If the veteran wideout is forced to miss time, Shi Smith and Chuba Hubbard will stand to step up in the return game.
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  • Panthers' Andre Roberts: Signs one-year deal with Carolina

    The Panthers signed Roberts to a one-year deal Monday, Darin Gantt of the Panthers' official site reports. Roberts has caught just 19 passes over the last five seasons, but he's a proven return man, which was a glaring need for Carolina this offseason. The veteran has six career return touchdowns, including a 101-yard kickoff return against the Broncos last season.
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  • Chargers' Andre Roberts: Activated off reserve/COVID-19 list

    Roberts was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday, Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times reports. The wide receiver missed Week 16 after testing positive for COVID-19 last Monday. Roberts will be back returning kicks for the Chargers in Week 17 against the Broncos, a spot where he has logged a total of 429 return yards.
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  • Chargers' Andre Roberts: Lands on COVID-19 list

    The Chargers placed Roberts on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday. According to Jeff Miller of the Los Angeles Times, head coach Brandon Staley labeled Roberts as day-to-day, which would seem to suggest that the 33-year-old wideout is on the list as a vaccinated player that tested positive for the virus. Per the NFL's new COVID-19 protocols, Roberts will be eligible to rejoin the team as soon as he's deemed to be asymptomatic. Roberts thus has an outside shot of gaining clearance prior to Sunday's game against the Texans. He's appeared in eight games for Los Angeles since signing with the team in October, carrying three times for 19 yards and logging no targets while making his biggest impact for the Chargers as a return man.
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  • Chargers' Andre Roberts: Signs with Chargers

    Roberts signed a contract with the Chargers on Thursday. Roberts was let go by the Texans on Monday but will now have a week and a half to learn the Chargers' system prior to the Week 8 matchup against the Patriots on Oct. 31. He'll presumably serve as the primary kick returner if Nasir Adderley (hip) is unable to return after the bye week.
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  • Andre Roberts: Drawing interest from Chargers

    The Chargers are expected to sign Roberts on Wednesday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Roberts was released by the Texans on Monday and appears to have quickly found a new team. Nasir Adderley, the Chargers primary kick returner and starting free safety, had to leave Week 6 early with a hip injury, so if Roberts is signed, he may take over return duties when the Chargers return from their bye week.
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  • Andre Roberts: Let go by Houston

    Roberts was released by the Texans on Monday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Roberts was utilized primarily as a kick and punt returner through the first six weeks of the season, racking up 386 kick-return yards and 33 punt-return yards. He also hauled in one catch for 35 yards. Roberts will now look for work elsewhere following a brief stint with his seventh different NFL team.
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  • Texans' Andre Roberts: Should help replace Amendola

    Roberts is expected to see more reps in three-receiver sets Sunday against the Patriots with Danny Amendola (thigh) inactive for the contest, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Houston's decision to release Anthony Miller earlier this week hinted that Amendola would likely be ready to play after missing the previous two contests, but the veteran slot man will ultimately sit out another game. Brandin Cooks and Chris Conley are locked in as starting receivers for Houston, and Roberts looks like the top candidate to fill out the No. 3 wideout spot ahead of Chris Moore and Davion Davis, who have combined to play just two snaps on offense this season. Roberts, meanwhile, has played 22 offensive snaps through Houston's first four games, recording a 35-yard reception across two targets.
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  • Texans' Andre Roberts: Absent from injury report

    Roberts (knee) isn't listed on Wednesday's injury report, Sarah Barshop of reports. Coach David Culley previously said Roberts was expected to be available for the season opener, so it's not a major surprise to see him clear of the injury report. The 33-year-old is expected to handle return duties and work as a depth wideout during his first year in Houston.
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  • Texans' Andre Roberts: On track for regular-season opener

    Coach David Culley said Monday that Roberts (knee) is on track for Sept. 12's season opener against the Jaguars, Deepi Sidhu of the Texans' official site reports. Culley said Roberts, who was sidelined for all of Houston's preseason matchups, "is progressing well." Per independent NFL journalist Aaron Wilson, Roberts dealt with a bruised knee and had it drained. It will be a notable boon for the Texans if the Pro Bowl return specialist is indeed able to avoid missing any regular-season time.
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  • Texans' Andre Roberts: Not yet practicing

    Roberts hasn't been at practice recently for an unspecified reason, independent NFL journalist Aaron Wilson reports. Roberts was held out of each of Houston's first two preseason games, and he apparently hasn't joined the team for practice recently. While the Texans haven't given a reason for the 33-year-old's absence, he's expected to be ready by Week 1. Assuming he's healthy for the start of the regular season, Roberts is expected to serve as the primary return man and as a depth receiver.
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  • Texans' Andre Roberts: Will not play Saturday

    Roberts will not play in Saturday's preseason opener against the Packers, NFL reporter Aaron Wilson reports. It has not been reported that Roberts is dealing with an injury, so it would appear the veteran is simply getting the night off. Roberts is in line to serve as the Texans' primary return man and as a reserve receiver for his new team.
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  • Texans' Andre Roberts: Signs on with Houston

    Roberts is signing a two-year contract with the Texans, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. The contract reportedly is worth up to $5.95 million, though some of that may be in unlikely-to-be-earned incentives. Roberts primarily has served as a return specialist throughout the second half of his career, reaching the Pro Bowl three straight seasons from 2018 to 2020. It's an odd luxury signing for a team that otherwise seems to be rebuilding, unless the team for some reason thinks Roberts can reemerge as a receiving threat in his age-33 campaign.
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  • Bills' Andre Roberts: Ready for primetime

    Roberts (back) practiced fully Saturday after being limited in this week's other practice and does not have an injury designation for Monday's game at New England. The elite return man will resume his normal kickoff and punt return duties in the Monday Night Football matchup. Roberts leads the NFL by a good margin with 1,173 total return yards this season.
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