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2021 24 285 11.88 2 13 6.50 412.7
2020 30 392 13.07 5 0.00 694.3
3y Avg. 33 471 14.27 3 4 4.00 654.3
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Still needs more time

    Washington (foot) is eligible to come off injured reserve ahead of Week 5, but he still needs more time to rehab, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Washington suffered a foot fracture at the beginning of August and has remained sidelined since. There hasn't been any reports of a setback, so the wideout appears on track with his rehab, but he simply just needs more time to recover from a serious injury. In his absence, Noah Brown has emerged as a solid secondary option behind CeeDee Lamb, while Michael Gallup (knee) is working his way back to full strength after making his season debut in Week 4.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Recovery on schedule

    Washington (foot) was spotted doing on-field work Thursday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. The wide receiver has yet to make his Cowboys debut after suffering a foot fracture in early August, but Washington hasn't had any setbacks in his rehab. He'll be eligible to come off IR ahead of a Week 5 tilt with the Rams, but it's not yet clear if he'll be ready to suit up by then. It's also not clear what the former Steeler's role in the Dallas offense will be. CeeDee Lamb remains the team's No. 1 receiver, and Michael Gallup (knee) could rejoin the lineup as soon as Monday against the Giants, potentially leaving Washington to compete for the No. 3 spot with Noah Brown.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Spotted doing rehab work

    Washington (foot) took part in rehab work while the Cowboys practiced Wednesday, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Working his way back from a broken foot, Washington is on injured reserve and has thus been ruled out for the first four games of the season. He seems to be making progress and could be available in October, though at that point he'll likely have missed his chance to take the field without competing against Michael Gallup (knee) for targets.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Sheds walking boot

    Washington (foot) was seen without his walking boot last week, David Moore of The Dallas Morning News reports. The wide receiver will begin the season on IR after foot surgery, but his recovery appears to be on schedule. Washington could make his Cowboys debut as soon as Week 5 against the Rams.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Placed on IR

    Washington was placed on injured reserve Wednesday, ruling him out for the first four games of the regular season. The soonest he can play is Oct. 9 against the Rams, at which point he'll be nearly 10 weeks removed from fracturing his foot during a practice. It's possible Washington misses time beyond that, as reports in early August suggested he would be out for 6-to-10 weeks.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Out 6-10 weeks with foot fracture

    Washington will be sidelined 6-to-10 weeks due to the fractured foot he suffered at Monday's practice, Rob Phillips of the Cowboys' official site reports. After he landed awkwardly on his right leg while attempting to come down with a deep ball on a go route, Washington required a cart to go to the locker room. Per Adam Schefter of ESPN, it initially was feared that he may have sustained a Jones fracture in his right foot, but tests confirmed it's a metatarsal fracture. With Michael Gallup (knee) unlikely to be available Week 1, the Cowboys' receiving corps will be reliant on CeeDee Lamb, rookie Jalen Tolbert and tight end Dalton Schultz to begin the campaign.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: May have Jones fracture

    The Cowboys are concerned that Washington sustained a Jones fracture of his right foot during Monday's practice, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. Washington will undergo additional testing over the next day or two before the Cowboys provide an updated diagnosis for his injury, but the early signs weren't encouraging, as he wasn't able to put any weight on his foot while he exited the practice field. Though Washington was held under 400 receiving yards in both of his final two seasons in Pittsburgh, the Cowboys were likely counting on him to have a regular role in three-receiver sets early on during the upcoming campaign while Michael Gallup (knee) finishes his recovery from a torn ACL. The Cowboys now look to be at risk at entering Week 1 sans both Gallup and Washington.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Injures foot Monday

    Washington sustained a foot injury during Monday's practice, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Washington landed awkwardly while attempting to come down with a catch on a go route, after which he was unable to put any weight on his right leg before needing a cart to go to the locker room. The severity of the injury remains unknown but should be divulged in due time. With Michael Gallup still in recovery mode from a torn ACL, rookie third-rounder Jalen Tolbert and Noah Brown are the Cowboys' top healthy reserve wide receivers behind top option CeeDee Lamb.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Carted off with injury

    Washington was carted off the practice field Monday after suffering an apparent right leg injury, Michael Gehlken of The Dallas Morning News reports. Washington didn't put any weight on his injured leg and then was carted back to the locker room. He's in the mix for a Week 1 starting job, especially with Michael Gallup (torn ACL) considered unlikely to be ready for the opener. If both Gallup and Washington miss time, rookie Jalen Tolbert would be looking at a huge opportunity.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Returns healthy for camp

    Washington (foot) participated Wednesday in the Cowboys' first practice of training camp, Todd Archer of ESPN.com reports. Washington made good on his prediction, returning for the start of camp after a sore foot tendon kept him sidelined from June minicamp and some portions of OTAs. He and rookie third-round pick Jalen Tolbert are the favorites to see snaps and targets behind CeeDee Lamb and Michael Gallup (knee), the latter of whom could miss the start of the season after having ACL surgery in February. Washington signed a one-year, $1.2 million contract with Dallas this spring, getting most of his money guaranteed on a modest deal.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Says he'll be ok for training camp

    A sore foot tendon prevented Washington from participating in June minicamp, but he's confident he'll be ready for the start of training camp, Mickey Spagnola of DallasCowboys.com reports. Washington also missed OTAs with the previously undisclosed injury, and at one point in late May he was spotted with a protective boot over his foot. He said at the time he'd be ready for June minicamp, and while that didn't come to fruition, he'll now have a month and a half to prepare for training camp. Fellow wideouts CeeDee Lamb (undisclosed) and Michael Gallup (torn ACL) also missed June minicamp, with Gallup being the Week 1 concern among the bunch as he continues his rehab from early February surgery.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Works on the side Thursday

    Washington, who sported a walking boot last week, did some resistance cord work off to the side Thursday, Jon Machota of The Athletic reports. While the specifics of Washington's injury are unclear, the wideout did at least shed his walking boot Thursday, which suggests that the issue he's dealing with is not a long-term concern. Once Washington is able to practice fully, he's in line to compete with third-round pick Jalen Tolbert for snaps behind CeeDee Lamb, which will be a situation to monitor, given that fellow wideout Michael Gallup is working his way back from a torn ACL suffered Week 17 of last season.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Spotted with boot on foot

    Washington has been wearing a protective boot on his foot but thinks he'll be OK for mandatory minicamp in mid-June, Calvin Watkins of The Dallas Morning News reports. The free-agent acquisition is expected to compete for snaps behind CeeDee Lamb, with regular playing time potentially available for both Washington and third-round pick Jalen Tolbert if Michael Gallup (knee) isn't ready for Week 1. It isn't a great sign that Washington is now dealing with an injury of his own, though he doesn't believe it'll be a long- term issue. The 2018 second-round pick missed five games in his four years with the Steelers, but despite staying mostly healthy, he never built on his 735-yard sophomore effort, instead dropping off to 392 yards in 2020 and 285 yards last season.
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  • Cowboys' James Washington: Going home to Texas

    The Cowboys and Washington agreed to a one-year contract Friday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. A second-round pick in 2018, Washington wasn't able to make much headway in a stacked Steelers receiving corps in four campaigns with the team, topping out at 44 catches (2019), 735 yards (2019) and five touchdowns (2020) in any given year. The Texas native will be stuck behind CeeDee Lamb and eventually Michael Gallup once the latter is recovered from a torn ACL suffered Week 17 of last season. Until that happens, Washington's competition for WR reps consists of Noah Brown, pending further additions to the group this offseason.
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  • Steelers' James Washington: Off COVID list

    Pittsburgh activated Washington (illness) activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. Washington landed on the list Jan. 8 and didn't play in the the Steelers' regular-season finale against the Ravens, but the wideout will be available for Sunday's playoff opener against Kansas City. While his return bolsters Pittsburgh's wideout depth, Washington's fantasy upside is capped by the fact that Diontae Johnson, Chase Claypool and Ray-Ray McCloud also are in the mix. Additionally, JuJu Smith-Schuster (shoulder) has progressed to the point that he's been designated to return from injured reserve, which gives him a chance to return to the lineup Sunday.
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  • Steelers' James Washington: Still on COVID-19 list

    Washington (undisclosed) remains on the reserve/COVID-19 list as of Tuesday, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Coach Mike Tomlin relayed the news regarding Washington, whom the Steelers placed on the COVID-19 list Saturday. Washington was forced to sit out Sunday's season finale at Baltimore, but with Pittsburgh earning the No. 7 seed in the AFC he'll have another chance to play Sunday at Kansas City if he's able to clear league protocols.
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  • Steelers' James Washington: Remains on COVID list

    Washington (reserve/COVID-19 list) is unavailable for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. While Washington won't play in the Steelers' regular-season finale, Diontae Johnson is active after coming off the reserve/COVID-19 list ahead of Week 18 action. Johnson is thus slated to head the team's wideout corps Sunday along with Chase Claypool and Ray-Ray McCloud.
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  • Steelers' James Washington: Lands on COVID-19 list

    The Steelers placed Washington (undisclosed) on the reserve/COVID-19 list Saturday. Until Washington clears the NFL's COVID protocols, Diontae Johnson, Chase Claypool and Ray-Ray McCloud are in line to head the Steelers' wideout corps. Washington has hauled in 24 of 44 targets for 285 yards and two touchdowns across 15 appearances during the 2021 regular season.
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  • Steelers' James Washington: Earns five targets

    Washington recorded three receptions on five targets for 36 yards in Sunday's 19-13 win over Tennessee. Washington tied with Najee Harris and Diontae Johnson for the team lead in targets Sunday, though the entire Pittsburgh offense posted uninspiring numbers. Most notable was that Washington outplayed Chase Claypool -- who recorded zero receptions on only two targets -- in what could be a sign that Washington is rising up the depth chart. Washington has recorded a combined seven receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown across his last two games. The Steelers' Week 16 matchup against Kansas City could provide for better offensive numbers, though Washington's role remains uncertain.
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  • Steelers' James Washington: Catches TD in loss

    Washington secured four of six targets for 65 yards and a touchdown in Thursday's 36-28 loss to the Vikings. Washington was held without a catch in the first half of Thursday's matchup, but he was more involved in the second half as the Steelers nearly pulled off an improbable comeback. The 25-year-old's four catches matched his highest mark of the year in what has been an inconsistent season for the receiver. In seven appearances since Pittsburgh's Week 7 bye, Washington has secured 11 of 22 targets for 141 yards and two touchdowns while rushing twice for 13 yards.
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