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Sep 25, 2022 2 5 5 0
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2022 8 87 10.88 1 0.00
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: Held to five yards

    Thomas caught two of three targets for five yards in a 24-8 loss to the Eagles on Sunday. Thomas finished with season lows across the board despite playing 65 percent of the offensive snaps on an afternoon in which Carson Wentz topped 40 pass attempts for a third straight week. Thomas had 87 receiving yards and a TD over the first two games, but Week 3 illustrated the danger of starting a player who seems to be a secondary target in his team's passing game even if he's running a lot of routes. There is some chance of the tight end getting more looks as the year progresses and he's further removed from the ACL tear he suffered last season, but for now it appears as though wide receivers Terry McLaurin, Curtis Samuel and Jahan Dotson are all higher-priority options for Wentz ahead of a Week 4 trip to Dallas. Thomas is fifth on the team with an 11.0 percent target share, behind the three wideouts as well as passing-down back J.D. McKissic (15.0 percent).
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    Thomas is part of a crowded receiving corps in Washington with Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson and Curtis Samuel, but Thomas should continue to produce like a low-end starting option in the majority of leagues, including this week against the Eagles. Philadelphia just allowed Irv Smith to score in Week 2, and Thomas scored a touchdown in Week 2 at Detroit with three catches for 37 yards on five targets. Carson Wentz should be throwing a lot in this game, and Thomas has the chance to deliver another quality stat line.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Sleeper TEs

    Thomas is part of a crowded receiving corps in Washington with Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson and Curtis Samuel, but Thomas should continue to produce like a low-end starting option in the majority of leagues, including this week against the Eagles. Philadelphia just allowed Irv Smith to score in Week 2, and Thomas scored a touchdown in Week 2 at Detroit with three catches for 37 yards on five targets. Carson Wentz should be throwing a lot in this game, and Thomas has the chance to deliver another quality stat line.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Week 3 Streamers (TE Preview)

    Thomas saw his participation increase in Week 2 and I'd expect that trend to continue moving forward. He has a lot of competition for targets, but playing one of the most pass-heavy offenses in football should help mitigate that. I'd expect Thomas to be a borderline top-12 tight end rest of season.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Week 3 Waiver Priority List

    There are a lot of mouths to feed in Washington's offense, but Logan Thomas should be able to produce enough to be considered a low-end starting option in the majority of leagues. Through two games, he has six catches for 92 yards and a touchdown on 11 targets, and he's averaging 9.5 PPR points per game. Since he's coming back from a serious knee injury, there's a good chance better days are ahead, and he's worth adding in all leagues for 10-15 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Scores first TD of season

    Thomas caught three of five targets for 37 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 36-27 loss to Detroit. Thomas hasn't quite returned to his every-down role from 2020 and early 2021, but he did play 62 percent of offensive snaps in the season opener (with a 3-45-0 line on six targets) and then 73 percent in Week 2. He's back on the map as a fantasy option after an ACL tear last year, though his modest target share (12.9 percent) suggests there will also be some quiet games when Carson Wentz isn't so busy. Next up for Washington is a Week 3 home game against the Eagles.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    On the hope Thomas plays more snaps in Week 2, I'm throwing his name out there as a low-end starter who is still available in 75% of CBS Sports leagues. I will take a shot on him in a favorable matchup over Dawson Knox, Cole Kmet and Mike Gesicki -- but not over Gerald Everett or Zach Ertz. Not yet.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    Thomas could be in line for a big game against Detroit in Week 2, and he played well in Week 1 against Jacksonville in his comeback from last year's knee injury. Thomas caught three passes for 45 yards on six targets against the Jaguars, and hopefully he can be a popular target for Carson Wentz despite a crowded receiving corps. Thomas is worth adding for 5-10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Sees six targets Week 1

    Thomas secured three of six targets for 45 yards during Sunday's 28-22 win over Jacksonville. Thomas saw ample involvement on offense in his first game since suffering a torn ACL last December, especially considering that no other tight end saw more than one target. He'll continue to operate as one the top receiving options for Carson Wentz alongside wide receivers Terry McLaurin, Jahan Dotson and Curtis Samuel heading into the Commanders' Week 2 game against the Lions.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Back in action Sunday

    Thomas (knee) is listed as active Sunday against the Jaguars. Thomas has made a speedy recovery from a Dec. 17 surgery to repair a torn ACL in his left knee. It's unclear exactly what type of snap share he'll be able to handle in his first game action since Week 13 of last season, but John Bates and Armani Rogers are on hand at tight end to take on any work that Thomas cannot, while rookie fifth-round pick Cole Turner (hamstring) is inactive.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Expected to play in Week 1

    Thomas (knee) is expected to play in Sunday's season opener against the Jaguars, despite being listed as questionable for the contest, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Official confirmation of the tight end's Week 1 status, either way, is slated to arrive once the Commanders' inactives are posted 90 minutes in advance of Sunday's 1 p.m. ET kickoff. If Thomas suits up, he'll provide new quarterback Carson Wentz with another viable option in the passing game. That said, it's unclear how much of a workload Thomas will handle while he makes his return from surgery to repair a torn ACL, a procedure he underwent Dec. 17. After Thomas, the Commanders have John Bates, Armani Rogers and Cole Turner (hamstring) as their other options at tight end.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Trending in right direction

    John Keim of ESPN.com relays that he's been told that Thomas (knee) -- who is listed as questionable by the Commanders -- is ready to play in Sunday's game against the Jaguars. The tight end, who is bouncing back from knee surgery that he underwent back on Dec. 17, was limited at practice this week, but he appears to be trending in the right direction ahead of Sunday's 1:00 ET kickoff. If Thomas does suit up, it remains to be seen how much of a workload he might see in Week 1, with John Bates also in the mix along with Armani Rogers and possibly Cole Turner (hamstring).
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Questionable to face Jacksonville

    Thomas (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against Jacksonville, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Thomas missed all of training camp while finishing up his rehab from ACL surgery in December, but he seems to have progressed quickly since being activated from the PUP list Aug. 22. It nonetheless seems wise to treat him as truly questionable ahead of a 1:00 p.m. ET kickoff Sunday, especially given that he managed only limited practices Wednesday and Thursday. If he does play, the 31-year-old tight end likely will share snaps with John Bates rather than handling his three-down role of years past. Thomas might be able to regain that type of role eventually, but the short-term fantasy outlook carries far more downside risk than upside.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Remains limited in practice

    Thomas (knee) was a limited participant in Thursday's practice, Zach Selby of the Commanders' official site reports. Thomas has been limited in both of the Commanders' first two official Week 1 practices, making his status for Sunday's season opener versus the Jaguars iffy for the time being. The 31-year-old is working his way back from the a serious left knee injury he sustained last December, when he needed surgery to address a torn ACL in addition to MCL and meniscus damage. The fact that Thomas returned from the PUP list Aug. 22 suggests he won't be in store for an extended absence to begin the season, though Washington could err on the side of caution and hold him out for Week 1 while he works his way back to full speed. If Thomas ends up sitting out the opener, John Bates would likely have a clear path to seeing the bulk of the snaps at tight end.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Limited on first injury report

    Thomas (knee) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Coming back from last year's mid-season ACL tear, Thomas was activated from the PUP list Aug. 22 and said Monday that he hopes to play Week 1 or 2. The Commanders didn't have much in the way of experience at tight end for most of the summer, but things look a bit better entering the opener against Jacksonville, with Thomas a limited participant and John Bates (calf) a full participant on the first official injury report of the season.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Uncertain for Week 1

    Thomas (knee) said Monday he's uncertain whether he will suit up for Sunday's regular-season opener against the Jaguars, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Thomas said he's working towards retaking the field "this week or next," so it's also possible Week 2 against Detroit could be his return target. The tight end is recovering from a torn left ACL, but he avoided starting the season on IR and thus looks to have a fair chance of missing less than four games. John Bates (calf) and Cole Turner (hamstring) also have been nursing lingering injuries, so Washington may not have much depth to fall back on if Thomas can't participate this weekend.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Could play Week 1

    Thomas (knee) took part in 7-on-7 drills Wednesday, with head coach Ron Rivera suggesting afterward that the tight end could play Week 1 at Jacksonville, Zach Selby of the Commanders' official site reports. Rivera said Thomas' progression to 7-on-7s was "very important" and "another milestone," adding that "it gives him a chance" to be ready for the season opener. If so, Thomas presumably would be eased in with something less than his familiar every-down role, though an eventual return to that type of workload isn't out of the question given Washington's limited depth at tight end. Three of the team's backups, including John Bates (calf), missed the second week of the preseason with injuries.
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  • Commanders' Logan Thomas: Activated from PUP

    Thomas was activated from the PUP list Monday morning, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The 31-year-old tight end now is eligible to practice and figures to be eased in over the next few weeks. It's still unclear if he'll be ready for Week 1 against Jacksonville, coming back from December surgery to fix an ACL tear that reportedly was accompanied by meniscus and MCL damage. The Commanders are awfully banged up at tight end even behind Thomas, with converted college QB Armani Rogers getting most of the first-team snaps this preseason in the absence of Thomas, John Bates (calf) and Cole Turner (hamstring). It was Bates who filled in as the starter last year after Thomas and Ricky Seals-Jones (now with the Giants) suffered injuries.
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  • 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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