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2023 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 6 65 10.8 1 19

Top Logan Thomas News

  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Won't play this week

    Thomas (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Buffalo, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports.

    Thomas didn't practice this week after an early exit from last Sunday's 35-33 win over Denver. He's seen 11 targets in six quarters of action this season, but there's no guarantee of similar involvement for the backup tight ends with both John Bates and Cole Turner likely to play a lot.

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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Officially DNP on Thursday

    Thomas (concussion) officially didn't practice Thursday.

    This comes as no surprise after Thomas wasn't seen during the media-access portion of the session. He'll thus have just one more chance to show that he's progressing through the concussion protocol, which he's currently in due to a helmet-to-helmet hit that he took from Broncos safety Kareem Jackson this past Sunday. If Thomas is unable to suit up Week 3 against the Bills, John Bates and Cole Turner will be the Commanders' primary tight ends this Sunday.

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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Not seen at practice Thursday

    Thomas (concussion) wasn't spotted during the open part of Thursday's practice, John Keim of reports.

    Assuming he goes down as a non-participant for a second consecutive session, Thomas seemingly doesn't have enough time to make his way through the concussion protocol and be able to suit up Sunday against the Bills. If that comes to pass, the Commanders will turn to John Bates and Cole Turner at tight end for as long as Thomas is sidelined.

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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Not at practice

    Thomas (concussion) isn't practicing Wednesday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports.

    Thomas entered the concussion protocol late in the second quarter of Sunday's 35-33 win over Denver after safety Kareem Jackson was ejected for hitting him in the helmet at the end of a touchdown catch. Thomas is dealing with his first documented concussion since entering the NFL in 2014, but he's still uncertain to be fully cleared ahead of Sunday's matchup with Buffalo. Both John Bates and Cole Turner picked up more playing time once Thomas exited this past Sunday's game, with Bates recording a career-high 46 receiving yards even as Turner took many of the snaps in clear passing situations.

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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Not returning Sunday

    Thomas (concussion) won't return to Sunday's game in Denver.

    Thomas was on the receiving end of a helmet-to-helmet hit from Broncos safety Kareem Jackson during his touchdown catch late in the second quarter. With the team ruling him out, Thomas will finish Week 2 with two catches (on three targets) for 22 yards and one touchdown. He'll now be subject to the protocol for head injuries, which will determine whether or not he'll be available next Sunday against the Bills. John Bates and Cole Turner are the next players up at TE for the Commanders.

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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Evaluated for concussion

    Thomas is being evaluated for a concussion during Sunday's game against the Broncos.

    Prior to his exit from the contest, Thomas caught two of his three targets for 22 yards and a TD. John Bates and Cole Turner are next up for the Commanders' TE snaps in Thomas' absence.

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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Busy in season debut

    Thomas caught four of his team-high eight targets for 43 yards in Sunday's 20-16 win over Arizona.

    In addition to his surprising team lead in targets, the 32-year-old tight end played 82 percent of snaps on offense, not far behind WRs Terry McLaurin (89 percent) and Jahan Dotson (87 percent). The Commanders undoubtedly want more of the targets going to those two, and the Cardinals were a particularly good matchup for the tight end, but Thomas could still average a handful of looks per week or even slightly more if he's able to stay on the field. A trip to Denver in Week 2 marks the start of what could be a stretch of tough matchups however, as the Commanders subsequently face the Bills in Week 3 and the Eagles in Week 4.

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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Good to go for opener

    Thomas (calf) wasn't listed Wednesday on the Commanders' Week 1 injury report.

    Thomas' absence from the injury report confirms that he's completed his recovery from the calf strain that kept him out of practice and preseason games for nearly all of August. He'll likely reclaim his role as the team's top receiving tight end this Sunday against the Cardinals, though he could cede a few routes and snaps to Cole Turner as well as blocking tight end John Bates.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-6, 250 lbs
Birthplace: Lynchburg, VA
Age: 32
School: Virginia Tech
Experience: 9