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  • Ravens' Josh Oliver: Draws first targets of season

    Oliver reeled in both of his targets for eight yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-26 win over the Patriots. While filling a depth role at tight end behind Mark Andrews and Isaiah Likely, Oliver's offensive snaps shares have ranged between 32 and 50 percent through three weeks. His workload is unlikely to change so long as both Andrews and Likely are available, but Oliver was at least able to make the most of his limited time on the field Sunday by collecting his first two targets of the season. He turned one of them into a one-yard touchdown reception in the third quarter, marking the first time that he's found paydirt since entering the NFL in 2019.
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  • Ravens' Josh Oliver: Quiet year in Baltimore

    Oliver caught nine of 15 targets for 66 yards in 2021. An offseason acquisition from the Jaguars, Oliver suited up for 14 games with the Ravens. Mark Andrews came into the year as the alpha among the Ravens' tight ends and only solidified his standing in that regard, which left few opportunities for the rest of the position group when the team went with single tight end sets. Oliver averaged just 4.4 yards per target on his limited opportunities and played the third-most snaps at his position on the team. He is due $1 million in base salary in 2022, the final year of his rookie contract. If Nick Boyle returns to full strength, Oliver will have to battle with Eric Tomlinson for the No. 3 spot on the depth chart.
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  • Ravens' Josh Oliver: Back from COVID list

    Oliver was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Tuesday, Clifton Brown from the Ravens' official website reports. The backup tight end was removed from the COVID list Tuesday and was moved to the exempt/COVID-19 list, allowing him to resume activities but not be placed on the 53-man roster. Oliver has operated as a depth option behind starter Mark Andrews all season, making just eight catches for 65 yards in 13 games this season.
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  • Ravens' Josh Oliver: Placed on COVID list

    Oliver (undisclosed) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Thursday. Oliver is the 12th member of Baltimore's 53-man roster placed on the list. The backup tight end has eight catches for 65 yards this season but has primarily filled a special-teams role of late. He'll be fighting an uphill battle to gain clearance before Sunday's game in Cincinnati.
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  • Ravens' Josh Oliver: Notches season highs

    Oliver caught two of five targets for 29 yards against the Bengals on Sunday. This was Oliver's best game of the season, as he notched season highs in yards (29), snaps (19) and targets (5). He has seen more than 15 snaps in back-to-back weeks, but Sunday was likely an anomaly in terms of his target volume. Baltimore is on bye before returning Week 9 to face Minnesota.
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  • Ravens' Josh Oliver: Paces all pass-catchers

    Oliver had seven catches for 50 yards on 10 targets Saturday against the Panthers. He also lost one fumble. Though Oliver led all Ravens pass-catchers in every major category, his red-zone fumble casts a pall over his performance. Oliver is battling for the No. 3 tight end spot while Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle are locks.
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  • Ravens' Josh Oliver: Packs bags for Baltimore

    The Jaguars traded Oliver (foot) to the Ravens on Wednesday in exchange for a conditional draft pick, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Oliver spent the 2020 season on injured reserve with a foot injury, but he'll presumably be healthy for the 2021 campaign. The 2019 third-round pick played just four games during his rookie season, recording three receptions for 15 yards. He'll handle a depth role at tight end behind Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle (knee) in Baltimore.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Can't return from IR

    Oliver (foot) won't be eligible to return from injured reserve, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports. If the Jaguars wanted Oliver to be eligible to return, they would've had to wait until Sept. 6 to place him on injured reserve. As is, the 2019 third-round pick will miss the entire 2020 campaign while he recovers from surgery on a broken foot. Oliver missed 12 games last year with hamstring and back injuries, so his luck couldn't be much worse through two pro seasons. Meanwhile, Tyler Eifert is left with light competition for TE targets in Jacksonville.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Placed on IR, needs surgery

    The Jaguars placed Oliver (foot) on injured reserve Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Oliver is scheduled to have surgery on a broken foot and can now be ruled out for the entire 2020 season. The 2019 third-round pick missed the first six games of his rookie campaign with a hamstring injury and the final six games with a fracture in his back, limiting him to four appearances. With Oliver out of the picture, Tyler Eifert doesn't have much competition for targets at tight end.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Suffers broken foot

    Oliver suffered a broken foot bone Sunday and will undergo surgery, John Shipley of SI.com reports. It's not clear the exact type of foot fracture Oliver suffered, but the quick surgery announcement implies it was something substantial that could keep him out for an extended period. It's a frustrating development for the athletic but raw tight end, a third-round pick of Jacksonville's from the 2019 draft. The Jaguars have at least two capable veterans on the depth chart in Tyler Eifert and James O'Shaughnessy, but both of them have their own durability concerns. After those two veterans, rookie sixth-round pick Tyler Davis might be next on the depth chart.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Set for sophomore season

    Oliver (back) should be healthy for training camp after appearing in only three games as a rookie, John Reid of The Florida Times-Union reports. The 2019 third-round pick missed the preseason with a hamstring injury and went down with a back issue after returning to the field, as he finished the season with three catches for 15 yards. Tyler Eifert was signed in March and is expected to start in 2020, while Oliver is likely to compete for reps behind him with James O'Shaughnessy (knee) and rookie Tyler Davis.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Rookie campaign derailed by injury

    Oliver (back) spent the final six weeks of the season on injured reserve and totaled three catches for 15 yards in four games this season. The rookie third-round pick missed the preseason and the first six games of the year with a hamstring injury, and he didn't see much involvement in the offense before suffering small fractures in his back Week 11. The starting job at tight end remains up for grabs, so a strong offseason could go a long way towards securing a larger role in 2020.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Lands on IR

    The Jaguars placed Oliver (back) on injured reserve Monday, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports. Oliver suffered fractures in his back during Sunday's 33-13 loss to the Colts, the severity of which will now cause him to spend the rest of the season on IR. The 22-year-old caught three of six targets for 15 yards across four games in his rookie campaign. With Seth DeValve (oblique) nursing an injury, the Jaguars could be forced to work with Nick O'Leary (who the team signed in free agency Monday) and Ben Koyack at tight end Week 12.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Dealing with fractures in back

    Oliver was diagnosed with small fractures in his back after he exited Sunday's 33-13 loss to the Colts, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The Jaguars didn't provide an update on Oliver's condition after the game, but Rapoport notes that the tight end is expected to miss multiple weeks as a result of the injury and could be a candidate for injured reserve. Jacksonville was already down another of its pass-catching tight ends (Seth DeValve, oblique) heading into the contest, spurring the team's decision to sign free agent Nick O'Leary. Unless DeValve is back for the Week 12 game against the Titans, Jacksonville will likely have O'Leary and blocking specialist Ben Koyack as its lone available tight ends in that contest. Oliver caught one of two targets for a five-yard gain in the loss to Indianapolis.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Leaves Sunday's game

    Oliver (back) is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Colts, John Oehser of the Jaguars' official site reports. It's unclear how Oliver picked up the injury, but this is tough news for him, considering he was in line for an increased snap count Sunday. With him and Seth DeValve (oblique) sidelined as well, the only healthy tight end left on the roster is Ben Koyack. Oliver left late in the fourth quarter, so in the likely event he doesn't return, expect specifics from the team in the coming days regarding the injury.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Makes first career catch

    Oliver caught one of two targets for six yards in Sunday's win over the Jets. Offensive coordinator John DeFilippo indicated the rookie third-round pick would be more involved in Week 8, but he ended up seeing only a slight uptick in snaps and again worked behind starter Seth DeValve as the team's second tight end. No. 3 tight end Ben Koyack actually only played one fewer snap, though he wasn't targeted. Oliver and DeValve have combined for three catches and 17 yards in the last two games, keeping them both out of fantasy consideration until they become more involved.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Minimally involved in debut

    Oliver was not targeted in Sunday's win over the Bengals. The rookie third-round pick was expected to make the start Sunday with Geoff Swaim (concussion/ankle) sidelined, but Seth DeValve ended up receiving the starting nod. Oliver played only 25 offensive snaps in his NFL debut and was significantly out-snapped by DeValve (49) and Ben Koyack (43) at tight end, though none of the three caught any passes. Oliver should remain off the fantasy radar until he sees more playing time and actually establishes himself in the passing game.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Set for NFL debut

    Oliver (hamstring) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Bengals. Oliver began the week as a limited practice participant but progressed to full participation Thursday and Friday to clear the way for his NFL debut this weekend. The rookie third-round pick has been sidelined since early August by the hamstring injury, but could have an immediate role in the offense with Geoff Swaim (concussion/ankle) sidelined and James O'Shaughnessy (knee) out for the year. Oliver is mostly just a speculative stash in fantasy until he shows what he can do on the field.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Practices in full

    Oliver (hamstring) was a full participant in Thursday's practice, Michael DiRocco of ESPN.com reports. Oliver appears ready to make his NFL debut against the Bengals on Sunday, barring any setbacks. The rookie third-round pick could be in line for a key role in Jacksonville's offense, with Geoff Swaim nursing a concussion. Still, he isn't yet worth fantasy consideration in leagues that start a single tight end.
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  • Jaguars' Josh Oliver: Limited for practice

    Oliver (hamstring) was listed as a limited participant for Wednesday's practice. Oliver has yet to suit up in game action this season due to the lingering hamstring injury, but coach Doug Marrone said Monday that he thinks Oliver could suit up Sunday. Considering Geoff Swaim is nursing a concussion and James O'Shaughnessy (knee) resides on injured reserve, Oliver could play for a key role in the offense against the Bengals if fully healthy. Expect his practice availability to show a more accurate picture throughout the week.
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