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2021 3 15 5.00 24 24.00 30.6
2020 0.00 0.00
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Sitting out in Week 12

    Dortch (thumb) is listed as inactive Sunday versus the Chargers, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. In the wake of his 103-yard performance last Monday against the 49ers, Dortch was revealed to be dealing with a thumb injury, but surgery was ruled out, and he was considered day-to-day by coach Kliff Kingsbury. Dortch proceeded to miss every Week 12 practice and entered the weekend as a game-time call, but a report from Adam Schefter of ESPN late Saturday noted he was unlikely to play. Indeed, that has come to pass, meaning the Cardinals will go with DeAndre Hopkins, Marquise Brown, A.J. Green, Robbie Anderson, Andre Baccellia and Pharoh Cooper at wide receiver Sunday with Rondale Moore (groin) also unavailable.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Unlikely to play in Week 12

    Dortch (thumb) is listed as questionable but isn't expected to play Sunday versus the Chargers, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The situation at wide receiver for the Cardinals has lacked clarity all week, but with Rondale Moore (groin) getting ruled out Friday and Marquise Brown (foot) being activated from IR on Saturday, Dortch is the final domino waiting to fall. That hasn't happened yet, but if he's deemed inactive about 90 minutes before Sunday's 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff, Arizona's likely available receivers will be DeAndre Hopkins, Brown, A.J. Green and Robbie Anderson, with Saturday signee Andre Baccellia and practice-squad call-up Pharoh Cooper the other candidates to be active.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Game-time call

    Dortch (thumb) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Chargers and will be treated as a game-time decision, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Dortch didn't practice in any capacity Wednesday through Friday, and his status takes on more importance given the upcoming absence of Rondale Moore, whose groin injury in the first quarter opened the door for Dortch to top 100 receiving yards in a loss to the 49ers on Monday. While similar production is unlikely in any event, Dortch could man the slot this week in an Arizona offense that hopes to get Marquise Brown (foot) back from injured reserve. Head coach Kliff Kingsbury said Brown's role could be limited his first game back, but Dortch will need to prove he's healthy enough to capitalize before his team's 4:05 p.m. ET kickoff this Sunday.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Sleepers

    We'll continue to monitor the thumb injury for Dortch, but he should have the chance for a prominent role if healthy against the Chargers since Rondale Moore (groin) has been ruled out for Week 12. And the status for Marquise Brown (foot) is up in the air, but even if Brown plays we should see Dortch play in the slot, which is great. Remember, Dortch started the season as the slot receiver for the Cardinals when Moore was out with a hamstring injury, and Dortch scored at least 13 PPR points in each of the first three games. Then on Monday, after Moore was injured on the opening drive against San Francisco, Dortch stepped in and finished with nine catches for 103 yards on 10 targets. He has the chance to be a high-end No. 3 Fantasy receiver in all leagues if he's able to play without any restrictions, especially with Kyler Murray (hamstring) expected to return.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Another DNP on Thursday

    Dortch (thumb) was listed as a DNP on Thursday's practice report, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. After posting the first 100-yard game of his pro career Monday against the 49ers, Dortch was revealed to be dealing with a thumb injury that required an MRI and hasn't allowed him to take part in either walkthrough during Week 12 prep. It's unclear if he's in danger of missing Sunday's contest versus the Chargers, but the Cardinals could reveal the statuses of both Dortch and Rondale Moore (groin) as soon as Friday. With Marquise Brown (foot) currently in his 21-day window to be activated from IR, DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green and Robbie Anderson are Arizona's healthy wide receivers on the active roster.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Sits out Wednesday

    Dortch (thumb) was listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated injury report, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Like Rondale Moore (groin), Dortch was held out to begin Week 12 prep. Unlike Moore, Dortch still has a chance to play Sunday against the Chargers, with two more practices to put himself on a path to do so. There's a chance Marquise Brown (foot) is activated from injured reserve by Sunday, but even if he is, he likely will be on a pitch count. For the time being, DeAndre Hopkins, A.J. Green and Robbie Anderson are the healthy wide receivers on the Cardinals' active roster.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Avoids major injury

    Dortch (thumb) won't need surgery and is considered day-to-day, Bob McManaman of the Arizona Republic reports. An MRI on Tuesday revealed that Dortch avoided a serious injury when he left Monday's loss to the 49ers in the fourth quarter. He replaced an injured Rondale Moore (groin) in that contest and ended up catching nine of 10 targets for a team-high 103 yards. Dortch could handle the slot role again this Sunday against the Chargers if his thumb heals and if Moore is sidelined.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Week 12 Adds (WR Preview)

    I actually prefer Dortch to People-Jones in Week 12 if Rondale Moore is out. The slot role in Arizona has consistently been around 10 targets per game and Dortch has shown a PPR floor of 13 points without Moore. Add him and start him for as long as Moore is out.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Week 12 Waiver Priority List

    Dortch would be a must-start PPR receiver if Rondale Moore (groin) is forced to miss any time. Dortch stepped in for Moore against the 49ers on Monday night after Moore was injured on Arizona's first drive and finished with nine catches for 103 yards on 10 targets. Remember, Dortch started the season as the slot receiver for the Cardinals when Moore was out with a hamstring injury, and Dortch scored at least 13 PPR points in each of the first three games. Now, Marquise Brown (foot) could return in Week 12 and make things tough for Dortch or Moore, but I want Dortch rostered to see what happens. He's worth adding in all leagues for 10-15 percent of your remaining FAB. And hopefully the thumb injury he's dealing with is OK so he can play in Week 12 against the Chargers.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Set for MRI on thumb

    Coach Kliff Kingsbury said Tuesday that Dortch will undergo an MRI on his thumb, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. There was no more information given, so it's unclear if Dortch is in danger of missing any time. He is coming off a career-best performance in Monday's loss to the 49ers in which he hauled in nine of 10 passes for 103 yards. The bump in playing time was aided by Rondale Moore leaving the contest early due to a groin injury, and the Cardinals still don't have the services of Marquise Brown (foot), who remains on injured reserve. With all three potentially question marks for Week 12 action, the situation will be one to watch as the team prepares for Sunday's game against the Chargers.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: First 100-yard game

    Dortch recorded nine receptions on 10 targets for 103 yards in Monday's 38-10 loss to the 49ers. Rondale Moore (groin) was injured on Arizona's first offensive play and did not return. That opened up the slot role for Dortch, who took advantage for long gains of 47 and 13 yards. That helped him top 100 receiving yards in a game for the first time in his career, though it's unclear how long Moore may be sidelined, plus Marquise Brown (foot) appears to be nearing a return. If either Brown or Moore returns in Week 12, Dortch will find it difficult to earn a significant role in the Arizona offense.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Suiting up in Week 10

    Dortch (groin) is listed as active Sunday at the Rams, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Dortch was tacked on to Arizona's injury report Friday as limited due to a groin issue, which made him questionable for this Week 10 NFC West matchup. With his status cleared up, though, he'll be available to the Cards offense for the 10th time in as many games this season. While he was leaned on heavily through Week 3 on his way to a 20-198-1 line on 23 targets, Dortch has totaled just seven touches for 27 yards from scrimmage and one TD catch in six appearances since then.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Added to injury report

    Dortch was a limited participant in Friday's practice with a groin injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Dortch was added to the injury report Friday, presumably after suffering an injury in practice. He took only five snaps the week before, relegated to a pure depth role with Robbie Anderson joining DeAndre Hopkins and Rondale Moore as full-timers.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Compiles two touches Sunday

    Dortch recorded one catch (on one target) for zero yards and one carry for three yards during Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Seahawks. Since opening the season with at least 55 receiving yards in each of the Cardinals' first three games, Dortch has been afforded just seven touches for 27 yards and one TD in six contests in the meantime. His snap share during that stretch has ranged from three to 53 percent of the offensive plays, while DeAndre Hopkins and Rondale Moore have been the beneficiaries of Marquise Brown's (foot) IR stint. Arizona also gave recent addition Robbie Anderson a large workload Sunday (83 percent, three targets), meaning Dortch may continue to struggle for reps on offense.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Despite TD, sparse usage continues

    Dortch caught his only target for a five-yard touchdown and had one carry for one yard during the Cardinals' Week 6 win against the Saints. Despite playing the third-most offensive snaps (35 of 66) among Arizona wide receivers behind DeAndre Hopkins (61) and Rondale Moore (59), Dortch was unable to take advantage in an offense that was missing Marquise Brown (foot) and top running back James Conner (ribs), among others. After compiling a 20-198-1 line on 23 targets in the first three games of the campaign, Dortch has been targeted just twice in four contests in the meantime. Now, even with Brown out of commission for the foreseeable future, Dortch appears to be an afterthought for quarterback Kyler Murray with Hopkins back from suspension and tight end Zach Ertz regularly involved in the passing game.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Sparse stat line in Week 4

    Dortch recorded one catch (on one target) for six yards during Sunday's 26-16 victory in Carolina. Dortch opened the campaign by logging between 74 and 90 percent of the offensive snaps Weeks 1-3 en route to a surprising 20-198-1 line on 23 targets. The usage seemingly was situational with DeAndre Hopkins suspended, Antoine Wesley (hip) on IR and Rondale Moore (hamstring) sidelined. While Moore made his season debut Sunday, A.J. Green sat out with a knee injury, but Dortch was a distant third (36 percent) to Marquise Brown (93 percent) and Moore (86 percent) in terms of offensive snap share. This now may be Dortch's reality moving forward, and he could fall even further down the depth chart whenever Hopkins, Green and Wesley are healthy and/or available.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Sleepers (Start/Sit)

    With Rondale Moore (hamstring) out and now A.J. Green (knee) banged up, there should be plenty of targets coming for Dortch and Marquise Brown against the Panthers. Brown is already a starter in the majority of Fantasy leagues, and Dortch should also be used as a high-end No. 3 receiver, especially in PPR. In three games this season without Moore, Dortch is averaging 15.0 PPR points per game. He has two games with at least nine targets and seven catches, and he should continue to be a valuable weapon for Kyler Murray. Carolina also allowed Chris Olave and Tre'Quan Smith to score at least 14 PPR points in Week 3.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Clear for Week 4

    Dortch (back) doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game at Carolina, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports. Following back-to-back capped session to kick off Week 4 prep due to a back issue, Dortch managed every practice rep Friday, clearing him to play this weekend. Dortch and Andy Isabella are the only healthy wide receivers for the Cardinals at the moment, as DeAndre Hopkins (suspension), A.J. Green (knee) and Antoine Wesley (hip, IR) are unavailable and Marquise Brown (rest/foot) and Rondale Moore (hamstring) are questionable for Sunday. As a result, Dortch could be even more involved in Arizona's passing game after putting together a 20-198-1 line on 23 targets through the first three games of the campaign.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Remains limited Thursday

    Dortch (back) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Tyler Drake of ArizonaSports.com reports. Currently, the Cardinals have just two healthy wide receivers (Marquise Brown and Andy Isabella) on the active roster, as A.J. Green (knee) seems destined to sit out Sunday at Carolina, Rondale Moore (hamstring) and Dortch have been limited in practice this week, DeAndre Hopkins remains suspended, and Antoine Wesley (hip) is on injured reserve. If Dortch is able to get past his current back issue, he likely will be the team's No. 2 wideout behind Brown this weekend.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Dealing with back issue

    Dortch was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice due to a back issue, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Dortch has been producing on a weekly basis this season within Arizona's depleted receiving corps, gathering in 20 of 23 targets for 198 yards and one touchdown through three games. His snap share has eclipsed 74 percent on each occasion, but he's now joined his fellow receivers on the injury report. On a positive note, Dortch was able to practice along with Rondale Moore (hamstring), while A.J. Green (knee) is expected to miss at least one game. If Dortch can ditch his designation ahead of Sunday's contest in Carolina, he again will be in line for regular looks from quarterback Kyler Murray.
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