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Receptions
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Receiving Yards
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Longest Reception
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Receiving Touchdowns
FPTS
Fantasy Points
Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 24, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 11, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Kroft joined the Dolphins in the offseason, a team that used its tight ends as little as any team in the league in 2022. You can leave Kroft on the waiver wire unless he earns a Fantasy-relevant role.

Fantasy Stats

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Average Yards per Rush
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2023 0.00 0.00
2022 4 57 14.25 0.00 30.3
2021 16 173 10.81 1 0.00 192.1
3y Avg. 11 116 10.55 1 0.00 101

Fantasy News

  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Ends 2023 season without a catch

    Kroft was not targeted across eight regular-season appearances with the Dolphins in 2023. Kroft ended the 2023 campaign as a healthy scratch for Miami's final four games, including Saturday's wild-card playoff loss to the Chiefs. The veteran tight end had never previously finished a season without a catch. Now heading into his 10th NFL season off a forgettable one-year stint with the Dolphins, Kroft seems unlikely to draw interest as more than a depth option on the free agent market.
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  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Inactive Sunday

    Kroft (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Commanders. The Dolphins are keeping their first three tight ends, Durham Smythe, Julian Hill and Tanner Conner, active for the matchup instead. Kroft played six offensive snaps in Miami's Week 12 win over the Jets, his highest total of the season. The ninth-year pro does not have a catch in 2023.
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  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Not playing Sunday

    Kroft (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Bills. Kroft will watch this one from the sidelines, this time as a healthy scratch, after missing his Week 3 contest due to a back injury. Durham Smythe and Julian Hill will be the only two tight ends suiting up for Miami, while they also have Alec Ingold at fullback.
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  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Good to go

    Kroft (back) will be available for Sunday's game in Buffalo, Travis Wingfield of the Dolphins' official site reports. Kroft practiced in limited fashion four consecutive days to kick off the week before logging a full workload Friday. Barring any setbacks, he is set to return from a one-game absence and back up Durham Smythe at tight end.
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  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Out for Week 3

    Kroft (back) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Broncos. Kroft was able to participate in all practice sessions this week, albeit in a limited fashion, and has not progressed enough to suit up for Week 3. Durham Smythe -- who finished with three catches for 23 yards against the Patriots in Week 2 -- is once again in line to receive the lions share of tight end snaps against Denver.
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  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Listed as questionable

    The Dolphins have listed Kroft (back) as questionable for Sunday's tilt against the Broncos. Kroft was a limited participant at practice all week and appears to be a true game-time decision. Julian Hill (ankle) is also questionable, leaving Durham Smythe the team's only healthy tight end at the moment. More clarity on Kroft's status will come Sunday morning.
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  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Re-signed by Dolphins

    Miami re-signed Kroft on Thursday, Barry Jackson of the Miami Herald reports. The Dolphins needed both Jalen Ramsey (knee) and Robert Jones (knee) to make it through their 53-man roster cut before placing them on injured reserve with the designation to return. As a result, they had to cut Kroft and subsequently re-sign him to the roster after the aforementioned players shifted to IR. The 30-year-old tight end is now set to backup Durham Smythe and Julian Hill at tight end, while also contributing on special teams.
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  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Released by Miami

    Kroft was released by the Dolphins on Tuesday. The veteran tight end signed a one-year deal with the team back in May. Kroft played in 11 games and started four for the 49ers in 2022. The ninth-year pro has suited up for five different franchises and he last caught more than 16 passes in 2017.
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  • Dolphins' Tyler Kroft: Joins Miami TE corps

    Kroft has agreed to terms on a one-year deal with the Dolphins, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. In 11 games with the 49ers last year, Kroft worked primarily as a blocker, recording just four catches on five targets for 57 yards, but his best season as a receiver came in 2017 with the Bengals when he produced a 42-404-7 line on 62 targets. He bolsters a Miami tight end corps that also includes Durham Smythe, Eric Saubert, Elijah Higgins and Tanner Conner, but it seems unlikely that the 30-year-old will see enough of an uptick in volume in 2023 to resurface on the fantasy radar.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Used primarily as blocker in 2022

    Kroft finished the regular season with four receptions for 57 yards over 11 active games. Kroft was brought to San Francisco to provide blocking help as a backup tight end, and he stuck in that role almost exclusively all season. The 30-year-old has never been a fantasy contributor, and that's unlikely to change at this point of his career. Kroft will be an unrestricted free agent in 2023.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Acts as No. 2 tight end Sunday

    Kroft went without a target across 15 snaps on offense in Sunday's 35-7 win over the Buccaneers. After he was a healthy scratch for the 49ers' Week 12 game against the Saints, Kroft has suited up in the team's last two contests and has returned to the No. 2 role at tight end behind starter George Kittle. Kroft has played a quarter of the snaps on offense in both games, with his snap shares exceeding Charlie Woerner's (five percent in Week 13, 10 percent in Week 14). Meanwhile, Ross Dwelley has dropped to fourth on the depth chart at tight end and has been inactive for both of the past two games.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Not playing Sunday

    Kroft (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Chiefs. Kroft hasn't played since Week 2, but he was previously dealing with a knee injury. However, the veteran tight end was able to log full practices this week. Charlie Woerner and Ross Dwelley will continue to backup George Kittle.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Will not play Sunday

    Kroft (knee) is out Sunday against the Falcons, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Kroft hasn't played since Week 2 with the injury. He'll work to return in Week 7 against the Chiefs.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Questionable for Sunday

    Kroft (knee) is questionable for Sunday's contest against the Falcons, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Kroft is listed as questionable for the first time since suffering an MCL sprain during Week 2. Even if he's deemed available, it's possible the veteran tight end will be limited following a three-game absence.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Logs limited practice Wednesday

    Kroft (knee) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Kroft suffered an MCL sprain during Week 2 and has remained sidelined since. His return to practice is an encouraging sign, but given his lengthy absence, the veteran tight end will likely need to log a few full practices in a row before he's cleared for game action.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Suffers MCL sprain

    Coach Kyle Shanahan noted Monday that Kroft will miss a few weeks with an MCL sprain, Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Kroft's injury is a hit to the 49ers' depth at tight end, but it appears as though starter George Kittle (groin) is trending toward a return to action Week 3. Also in the mix for complementary TE snaps once Kittle is back are Charlie Woerner and Ross Dwelley.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: One catch in spot start

    Kroft caught one of two targets for nine yards in Sunday's 19-10 loss at Chicago. With star tight end George Kittle (groin) unable to suit up, Kroft got the start and led all tight ends with 37 offensive snaps (68 total available). The 29-year-old spent most of his time blocking, and the same should be expected if Kittle can't go against the Seahawks on Sunday.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Likely replacement for Kittle

    Kroft was spotted warming up with the 49ers' first-team offense and is expected to start at tight end Sunday against the Bears, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. With top tight end George Kittle (groin) sidelined for the season opener, Kroft looks to be first in line to replace him in the lineup. Even if Kroft ends up getting the start, don't count on him handling as large of a snap share as Kittle does, nor should Kroft be expected to approach the 6.7 targets per game that Kittle averaged during the 2021 regular season. Charlie Woerner and Ross Dwelley are also active for the contest and could rotate in at tight end with Kroft.
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  • 49ers' Tyler Kroft: Re-signs with San Fran

    The 49ers re-signed Kroft on Wednesday, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. As expected, Kroft has been brought back after being released ahead of Tuesday's 53-man roster deadline. The veteran tight end caught three passes for 42 yards during the preseason and figures to operate as the primary backup to George Kittle in 2022.
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  • Tyler Kroft: Released, plans to re-sign

    The 49ers released Kroft on Tuesday but plan to re-sign him Wednesday, Matt Maiocco of NBC Sports Bay Area reports. Kroft joined the 49ers on a one-year deal in May and totaled three receptions for 42 yards during the preseason. While he was let go Tuesday, he should rejoin San Francisco on Wednesday after the team places some players on injured reserve.
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