Player Outlook
Thomas is a No. 2 tight end who has top-12 upside for as long as he can stay healthy. Thomas finished 2020 as the No. 2 tight end in PPR scoring. He got off to a similar start in 2021, averaging 11.2 Fantasy points over his first three games. Thomas played at least half of the snaps in five games last year and scored double digit Fantasy points in four of them. He's a solid choice in the double-digit rounds if you missed out on the top 12 tight ends.

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2022
2021 18 196 10.89 3 0.00 355.8
2020 72 670 9.31 6 5 1.67 1046.5
3y Avg. 35 346 9.89 3 2 2.00 524
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Fantasy News

  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Placed on PUP

    The Commanders placed Thomas (knee) on the active/PUP list Tuesday. Thomas had knee surgery Dec. 17 to address an ACL tear accompanied by MCL and meniscus damage. He resumed jogging in April, but it remains to be seen when he'll be able to practice fully and as a result it won't be any surprise if John Bates is the Week 1 starting tight end for Washington.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Recovery going well

    Thomas (knee) is progressing well in his recovery from a left ACL tear and has already resumed jogging, Ivan Lambert of USA Today reports. Thomas said "rehab is going very well" from his Dec. 17 surgery, and noted that his recovery is already "at the jogging stage." While it's positive that the starting tight end is currently "a little" ahead of schedule in his recovery, Thomas also revealed that his surgery was more extensive than previously disclosed. "I did ACL, MCL and both of my meniscus," Thomas said of the procedure. The severity and timing of Thomas' injury makes his status for Week 1 uncertain, so second-year pro John Bates is a candidate to handle increased work during the early stretch of the 2022 campaign.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Further testing reveals ACL injury

    Thomas (knee) has undergone further testing which revealed an ACL tear, John Keim of ESPN reports. Washington initially feared Thomas had suffered an ACL tear, but follow-up testing led the team to be optimistic the structural damage in his knee had not impacted his ACL. However, after he had already been placed on season-ending IR, further testing has now confirmed the severity of Thomas' injury, for which he's expected to undergo surgery shortly. As a result the tight end, who recently signed a three-year, $24 million extension, faces a more arduous recovery timeframe and may not be back to 100 percent by the start of the 2022 season. For the remainder of the 2021 campaign, Ricky Seals-Jones will operate as Washington's top tight end.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Officially on IR

    Washington placed Thomas (knee) on injured reserve Wednesday, ruling him out for the rest of the 2021 season. Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reported Monday that Thomas' initial MRI revealed that he avoided an ACL tear of his left knee, and while that hasn't been confirmed one way or the other, the tight end is evidently dealing with a serious enough health concern that he'll be done for the season after landing on IR for a second time. While Thomas was on IR earlier this season due to a strained hamstring, Ricky Seals-Jones averaged four catches for 38.4 yards and 0.2 touchdowns on six targets across five starts (Weeks 5 through 10). However, Seals-Jones then missed Weeks 11 through 13 with a hip injury, allowing rookie John Bates to get more playing time. It isn't entirely clear Seals-Jones will return to a three-down role if he's available for this week's game against Dallas, but he offers more promise than Bates as a pass catcher.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Likely done for season

    Washington is expected to place Thomas (knee) on injured reserve later this week, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Though the tight end reportedly received better results than expected after recently undergoing an MRI on the left knee he injured in Sunday's win over the Raiders, he's apparently still dealing with a serious enough of an injury to result on him landing on IR for a second time, which will end his season. Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) has been sidelined for three straight games with an injury of his own, but if available this weekend against the Cowboys, he would likely replace Thomas as Washington's starting tight end.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Still undergoing tests

    Thomas underwent an MRI on his left knee Monday that came back better than the team had hoped, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Although Washington initially believed that Thomas tore his ACL and MCL in Sunday's win over the Raiders, his initial MRI revealed that he didn't suffer an ACL tear. The 30-year-old will undergo further testing to help determine his diagnosis and still appears likely to miss time, but his early test results are slightly encouraging.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Likely done for season

    Thomas "likely" tore his ACL and MCL during Sunday's victory over the Raiders, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. He caught three of five targets for 48 yards and a touchdown before departing with the knee injury. Thomas will undergo more tests on his knee when his team returns home from Las Vegas, but the initial reports about Thomas' injury aren't promising. In the likely event Thomas is done for the season, Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) and John Bates will split the bulk of the work at tight end in some fashion.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Injures knee, won't return Sunday

    Thomas has been ruled out of Sunday's game at Las Vegas due to an ankle injury. At the end of an Antonio Gibson eight-yard run in the fourth quarter, Thomas was seen laying on the turf and clutching at his knee. Thomas proceeded to walk slowly to the sideline with a member of Washington's training staff and quickly was deemed unable to return. He'll finish Week 13 with three catches (on five targets) for 48 yards and one touchdown.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: No injury designation

    Thomas (hamstring) doesn't have an injury designation for Sunday's game in Las Vegas, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. The lack of designation comes as no surprise after Thomas took on six targets and a 77-percent offensive snap share in Monday's win over the Seahawks, his first action following a six-game stint on injured reserve. He's the likely No. 2 option for quarterback Taylor Heinicke behind wideout Terry McLaurin, especially with passing-down back J.D. McKissic (concussion) out this week.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Limited in practice Thursday

    Thomas (hamstring) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Thomas' reps were capped for the second day in a row, but Washington hasn't suggested that the tight end experienced any setbacks in his return from a six-game absence in Monday's 17-15 win over Seattle. He played 77 percent of the snaps in the victory and finished with three receptions for 31 yards on six targets, and he could be primed for a larger snap count Week 13 against Las Vegas now that the hamstring issue is a little further in the rear-view mirror.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Listed as limited in practice

    Thomas (hamstring) was listed as a limited practice participant Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Thomas returned from injured reserve ahead of Monday's 17-15 win over Seattle and caught three of six targets for 31 yards while logging 66 snaps on offense (79 percent). Apart from a near-miss on a potential game-icing touchdown at the end, it was exactly what Thomas' fantasy managers hoped to see from him in his first game since Week 4. He should be ready for his usual three-down role this Sunday against a slumping Las Vegas defense.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Has touchdown overturned

    Thomas caught three of six targets for 31 yards in Monday night's 17-15 win over the Seahawks. Thomas made his return after missing six games due to a right hamstring injury. In his first action since Week 3, Thomas trailed only top wideout Terry McLaurin in targets. Thomas also narrowly missed out on a touchdown, having what was initially ruled a three-yard score overturned late in the fourth quarter. The tight end will aim to build on Monday's performance in Week 13 versus the Raiders.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Activated for Week 12

    Washington activated Thomas (hamstring) from injured reserve ahead of Monday's game against Seattle. As expected, Thomas' six-game, seven-week absence from the lineup will come to an end Monday, though he's expected to be eased back into the mix with a more limited snap count than usual, per Mike Garafolo of NFL Network. Even so, Thomas is expected to start at tight end and see the bulk of the reps at the position, especially with Ricky Seals-Jones (hip), his main replacement in the lineup, listed as doubtful and not expected to play. Thomas was a top option in the passing game for Washington over the three full games he's played this season, stringing together a 12-117-2 receiving line on 14 targets.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Likely on 'pitch count' Monday

    Thomas (hamstring) remains on track to be activated from injured reserve prior to Monday's game against the Seahawks, but Washington head coach Ron Rivera suggested the tight end will likely be on a "pitch count" in his return to the lineup, Mike Garafolo of NFL Network reports. Thomas, who opened the season as Washington's top tight end, has been sidelined for the past six games with a right hamstring injury, but he evidently displayed enough progress in his return to practice this week to gain clearance to play. Due to the missed time, Thomas likely hasn't had sufficient time to get fully conditioned, so Washington will manage his workload more carefully after he previously played every offensive snap in each of the Football Team's first three contests. With Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) listed as doubtful for Monday's game, rookie John Bates most likely will be sharing reps at tight end with Thomas.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Expected back Monday

    Thomas (hamstring) is expected to be activated from injured reserve ahead of Monday's game against the Seahawks, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Thomas has apparently looked good at practice since being designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, and he's expected to be back on the field for Week 12. The 30-year-old will have a limited snap count if he suits up, which could limit his fantasy appeal coming off the six-game absence. However, he'd still clearly be the team's best pass-catching option at tight end, especially with Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) listed as doubtful.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Could play Monday

    Thomas (hamstring) went through position drills Friday and appears to have a shot to play in Monday's game against Seattle, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports. Thomas may have done more than just position drills, but that's what reporters saw during the media-access portion of Friday's session. The tight end was designated to return from injured reserve Wednesday, opening a 21-day window where he can be either activated to the roster or sent back to IR for the rest of the season. Thomas doesn't appear in danger of the second outcome, and it even looks like he may return before No. 2 tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (hip). With both players out last week, rookie TE John Bates played all but one of Washington's offensive snaps in a 27-21 win over Carolina.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Gets green light for practice

    Washington designated Thomas (hamstring) for return from injured reserve Wednesday. Thomas appeared close to rejoining his healthy teammates for practice both of the past two weeks, but he was relegated to working out on a side field after Washington elected to delay opening up his 21-day evaluation window. The Football Team seemingly believes Thomas is now ready to take the next step forward in his recovery from a right hamstring injury, and if he fares well in his return to practice this week, he could be an option to play Monday against the Seahawks. Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) has served as the primary replacement at tight end while Thomas has missed the past six games, but while both were sidelined due to injuries in the Week 11 win over Carolina, rookie John Bates (three catches for 23 yards) played 98 percent of the offensive snaps in his first NFL start.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Expected to resume practicing

    Thomas (hamstring) is expected to be designated for a return from injured reserve during Week 12 prep, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Thomas hasn't yet been fully cleared, but his 21-day window to resume practicing is expected to open this week. The 30-year-old has been on IR since Oct. 6, and in early November he was spotted doing some work on a side field. With Ricky Seals-Jones (leg) injured and having missed Week 11, it would be a notable boon for Washington if Thomas is able to return in time to face the Seahawks on Nov. 29.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Not yet back on field

    Thomas (hamstring) doesn't appear to be practicing Wednesday, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Prior to Wednesday's practice, Washington announced that reserve cornerback Darryl Roberts (quadriceps) had been designated to return from injured reserve. However, there was no such announcement for Thomas, who has been on IR since Oct. 6 but was spotted last week doing some work on a side field. He still hasn't been cleared for practice, and with fellow tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) now injured, Washington may be down to John Bates, Sammis Reyes and a practice-squad promotion as its options at tight end for Sunday's game in Carolina.
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  • Football Team's Logan Thomas: Works off to side Thursday

    Thomas (hamstring) was spotted working off to the side during Thursday's practice, but Washington has yet to designate him for return from injured reserve, Ben Standig of The Athletic reports. Until Washington designates him for return, Thomas won't be eligible to formally join the Football Team for practice. Given that Thomas has been sidelined since Oct. 3 with the sore right hamstring, Washington will almost certainly want Thomas to get a full week of practice in before deeming him ready for game action. With that in mind, Thomas can likely be ruled out from coming off IR ahead of Sunday's game against Tampa Bay, though a return Week 11 against Carolina could still be realistic.
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