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2021 0.00 0.00
2020 13 199 15.31 0.00 171.4
3y Avg. 6 104 17.33 0 0.00 101.7

Fantasy News

  • Ryan Izzo: Released by Panthers

    Izzo was released after the Panthers added Josh Watson to their roster, Darin Gantt of the team's official site reports. After posting 313 yards with the Patriots between 2019 and 2020, Izzo played in one game last year for the Titans. He was signed by the Panthers on Aug. 11 but was let go in less than one week. He'll look to catch on as a depth option elsewhere.
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  • Panthers' Ryan Izzo: Added by Carolina

    Izzo signed a contract with the Panthers on Thursday, David Newton of ESPN.com reports. Izzo was one of two tight ends, alongside Nate Becker, signed by Carolina on Thursday as the team deals with multiple injuries at the position over the past few days. The third-year tight end caught 19 of his 29 targets for 313 yards and one score over 18 games with the Patriots from 2019 to 2020, but he was waived by Tennessee in June after playing just one game for the team last season. Izzo should push for a backup role with the Panthers this preseason after tight ends Ian Thomas (ribs), Colin Thompson (calf) and Josh Babicz (undisclosed) all picked up injuries this past week.
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  • Titans' Ryan Izzo: Let go by Titans

    The Titans released Izzo on Wednesday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. The 2018 seventh-round pick played five offensive snaps in one game for the Titans last season after he was signed to the team's active roster in January to help replace injured tight end MyCole Pruitt. In the two seasons prior, Izzo totaled 19 catches for 313 yards and one touchdown over 18 games with New England. The 26-year-old will now need to pass through waivers before hitting free agency.
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  • Titans' Ryan Izzo: Heading to Tennessee

    Izzo agreed to a contract with the Titans on Tuesday, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. The 26-year-old has been on the Seahawks' practice squad but will now join the Titans with MyCole Pruitt (ankle) placed on injured reserve. Izzo has yet to see game action this season and caught 13 passes for 199 yards with New England in 2020. He should work as Tennessee's No. 3 tight end behind Geoff Swaim and Anthony Firkser.
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  • Ryan Izzo: Placed on practice squad COVID list

    The Seahawks placed Izzo on the practice squad COVID-19 list Tuesday after he tested positive for the virus, John Boyle of the team's official site reports. Izzo will now enter the league's COVID-19 protocols and be unavailable for the time being. His absence will likely not have much of an impact on the Seahawks, as the tight end has yet to be elevated from the practice squad for any contests this season.
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  • Ryan Izzo: Heads to waivers

    The Texans waived Izzo on Monday, independent NFL journalist Aaron Wilson reports. Izzo averaged 52 snaps over 12 games with the Patriots last season, but he was targeted just 20 times and finished with 13 receptions for 199 yards. If he clears waivers, he'll likely land on the practice squad.
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  • Texans' Ryan Izzo: Plays 17 snaps against Tampa

    Izzo (undisclosed) logged 17 snaps in Saturday's preseason loss to the Buccaneers, Brooks Kubena of the Houston Chronicle reports. Izzo left the Texans' preseason opener against the Packers with an undisclosed injury and there hadn't been any news on him since. However, his ability to suit up Saturday confirms he's clear of whatever issue he was dealing with. If he makes the final roster, expectations for Izzo should be tempered heading into the season, considering he slots in third on the tight-end depth chart for a team expected to struggle offensively throughout the campaign.
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  • Texans' Ryan Izzo: Picks up undisclosed injury

    Izzo exited Saturday's preseason game against the Packers due to an undisclosed injury, Mark Lane of Yahoo! Sports reports. Izzo was tended to by trainers on the sideline, but the nature and extent of his injury weren't revealed. The depth tight end will try to regain health before the Texans take on the Cowboys in Week 2 of preseason.
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  • Texans' Ryan Izzo: Traded to Houston

    The Patriots are trading Izzo to the Texans for a 2022 seventh-round draft pick, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Izzo was buried on the Patriots' depth chart after they signed Jonnu Smith and Hunter Henry. A seventh-round pick himself, Izzo will now compete for a roster spot in Houston, where veteran TE Darren Fells was released in a corresponding move. Izzo caught 13 passes on 626 offensive snaps for the Patriots last season, struggling to command targets even when he had a three-down role in a pathetic passing offense. A neck injury sent him to IR in December.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Lands on IR

    The Patriots will place Izzo (neck) on injured reserve Thursday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. The Patriots are essentially swapping out tight ends ahead of Thursday's game against the Rams, as the team will activate rookie Devin Asiasi (undisclosed) from IR in a corresponding move. Izzo has started at tight end in all 12 games for New England this season, though that role has translated to just 13 catches for 199 yards.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Questionable for TNF

    Izzo (hamstring/hand/neck) is questionable for Thursday's game against the Rams. Izzo had been a staple on the injury report since early November with hamstring and hand injuries, but he suffered the neck injury in last week's win over the Chargers. Izzo has served as the Patriots' starting tight end in all 12 games this season, but his chances to play could be in jeopardy after a short week. If he's forced to miss the contest, Dalton Keene and Jordan Thomas would handle the team's tight end duties.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Limited on Monday's estimate

    Izzo (hamstring/hand/neck) was a limited participant on Monday's practice estimate. Izzo's practice reps have been capped for a while due to hamstring and hand injuries, and he picked up a neck injury during Sunday's 45-0 win over the Chargers. It's unclear if this issue could force him to sit out Thursday against the Rams. Since the Patriots didn't actually take the field Monday, we'll be able to draw a better conclusion on his health following Tuesday's practice.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Suffers neck injury

    Izzo (neck) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Chargers. Izzo was initially listed as questionable to play Sunday due to hamstring and hand injuries, but his neck issue appears to be a new development. With Izzo out, Dalton Keene is the Patriots' only available tight end.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Ready to play Sunday

    Izzo (hamstring/hand) is active for Sunday's game against the Chargers. Izzo has been a staple on the injury report since early November, but he has yet to miss any game action. The 24-year-old is playing an every-down role but is inconsistently involved in the passing game with three catches for 79 yards over the past four games.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Listed as questionable

    Izzo (hamstring/hand) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Chargers. This is nothing new for Izzo. His practice reps have been capped for more than a month, but he's been on the field every week, often logging more than 90 percent of the snaps on offense. He'll likely play Sunday, but fantasy managers shouldn't be focused on the third-year tight end who has produced a 12-193-0 line through 10 games.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Still dealing with injury

    Izzo (hamstring/hand) was a limited participant during Wednesday's practice, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Izzo battled through both injuries in practice last week leading up to Sunday's win over the Cardinals, as he saw the field for 51 of 53 offensive snaps in the game. It's likely that the Florida State product will suit up in Sunday's game against the Chargers, but with tight end production disappearing in the New England offense, Izzo likely won't make an impact from a fantasy perspective.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: No targets in Week 12

    Izzo was on the field for 51 of the Patriots' 53 snaps on offense in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Cardinals. Despite logging ample playing time Sunday, Izzo wasn't targeted in the contest. With New England's tight ends not being a focal point in the team's offense, Izzo's fantasy utility remains minimal.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Listed as active Sunday

    Izzo (hamstring/hand) is listed as active for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Though Izzo continues to see his share of snaps on a weekly basis, he's topped out at three targets during this season's slate and possesses modest fantasy utility as a result.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Listed as questionable

    Izzo (hamstring/hand) is questionable for Sunday's game versus the Cardinals, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports. Izzo is familiar with the injury report, but he has avoided missing any time this year. In fact, he's played at least 80 percent of the snaps on offense in three straight games, so he's expected to be ready Sunday. The third-year tight end isn't much of a factor in the passing game, as he's posted more than 38 yards in a game just once this year.
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  • Patriots' Ryan Izzo: Limited at practice Wednesday

    Izzo (hamstring/hand) logged a limited practice session Wednesday, Andrew Callahan of Boston Herald reports. Izzo continues to battle hamstring and hand issues, but he was able to play in Sunday's loss to Houston, and it's a positive sign that he practiced in a limited capacity during the first session of Week 12. The second-year tight end hasn't exceeded three catches in any game so far this season, so he's only a fantasy option in deep leagues.
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