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Oct 2, 2022 1 6 6 0
Sep 25, 2022 9 80 30 0 8
Sep 18, 2022 4 55 29 1 11
Sep 11, 2022 7 63 24 0 6

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2022 21 204 9.71 1 0.00
2021 3 15 5.00 24 24.00 30.6
2020 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 1 5 5.00 8 0.00
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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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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Week 4 Waiver Priority List

    The Cardinals are now down Rondale Moore and A.J. Green heading into Week 4 at Carolina, and DeAndre Hopkins (suspended) is still out until Week 7. Dortch has been phenomenal so far this season and should be added in all leagues and used as a starter in three-receiver PPR leagues against the Panthers. He's scored at least 13 PPR points in each game this season, and he has two outings with at least nine targets and seven catches. Until Hopkins is back, Dortch has the chance to remain in a prominent role and is worth adding for up to 10 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Week 3 Waiver Priority List

    For as long as Rondale Moore remains out, Greg Dortch will continue to be an option for Fantasy managers in deeper leagues. In two games, Dortch has 11 catches for 118 yards and a touchdown on 13 targets, and he's averaging 14.0 PPR points per game. We don't know when Moore will return, but if he's out again in Week 3 then consider Dortch a No. 3 Fantasy option in deeper leagues. He's worth up to 5 percent of your remaining FAB.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Tallies first career touchdown

    Dortch reeled in all four of his targets for 55 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 29-23 overtime win in Las Vegas. Dortch has taken advantage of the Cardinals' depleted receiving corps to start the season, as all of DeAndre Hopkins (suspension), Rondale Moore (hamstring) and Antoine Wesley (hip, IR) have yet to be active through two games. During that span, Dortch ranks second among the team's wide receivers in offensive snaps (115) behind Marquise Brown (132) and ahead of A.J. Green (113) en route to a team-leading 11 catches for 118 yards (to go with Sunday's score). With Moore potentially out a few more weeks, Dortch can expect Kyler Murray to continue looking in his direction.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Week 2 Waiver Priority List

    I'd rather stash Rondale Moore (43 percent) with the hope he's healthy soon, but if he remains out with the hamstring injury then Dortch is clearly someone the Cardinals trust. He played in the slot against the Chiefs and finished with seven catches for 63 yards on nine targets, which led all receivers. In deeper leagues, he could be useful as a desperation play in Week 2 at the Raiders if Moore is still hurt.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Week 2 Adds (WR Preview)

    Much like Tyler Boyd, Dortch is dependent on Rondale Moore. if Moore is out, then I'll treat Dortch as a boom-or-bust No. 3 wide receiver. If Moore returns, then I'll drop Dortch for a running back or someone like Robbie Anderson.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Surprising leading receiver Sunday

    Dortch caught seven of nine targets for 63 yards in Sunday's 44-21 loss to Kansas City. The 24-year-old came into the game with only three career receptions in seven NFL games, but Dortch wound up leading the Cardinals in catches, targets and receiving yards. He took full advantage of the absences of DeAndre Hopkins (suspension) and Rondale Moore (hamstring), and while Marquise Brown should be Kyler Murray's top target in the long run, Dortch could supply some surprising production in the early part of the year until Arizona's receiving corps is closer to full strength.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Week 2 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    Dortch might not have even played much if not for Rondale Moore's injury, but he was Kyler Murray's go-to target in this one, and seeing as Moore suffered a hamstring injury in practice prepping for Week 1, he may not be ready for Week 2. That would put Dortch into play as a possible PPR option in deeper leagues, at least.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Signs with active roster

    The Cardinals signed Dortch off the practice squad Saturday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. With DeAndre Hopkins (knee) on injured reserve and Rondale Moore (ankle) banged up at the moment, Dortch will provide depth to Arizona's receiving corps. Still, it remains to be seen if Dortch will be active for Saturday's game against the Colts with all of A.J. Green, Christian Kirk, Antoine Wesley and Andy Isabella all healthy and above him on the depth chart.
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  • Greg Dortch: Reverts to practice squad

    Dortch reverted to the Cardinals' practice squad Monday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Dortch was elevated from Arizona's practice squad for a second straight week during Sunday's loss to the Panthers. However, he played just one offensive snap against Carolina and wasn't targeted.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Elevated again for Week 10

    Dortch was elevated to the Cardinals' active roster from their practice squad Saturday. With DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) and Rondale Moore (concussion) both questionable, Dortch will join the Cardinals' roster for the second consecutive game to provide depth at wide receiver. He played just four offensive snaps in Week 9, so Dortch's role will likely remain limited Sunday against the Panthers.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Added to active roster

    Dortch was elevated to the active roster Saturday. Dortch will get a chance to play Sunday against the 49ers. With DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) questionable and A.J. Green on the reserve/COVID-19 list, the Cardinals could be thin at wide receiver.
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  • Greg Dortch: Placed on waivers

    Dortch was waived by the Cardinals on Tuesday, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. Dortch played just 17 special-teams snaps as a rookie in 2019, and he hasn't taken the field since then. The Wake Forest product is still just 23 years old, so he'll try to continue his development on the practice squad.
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  • Cardinals' Greg Dortch: Joins forces with Cardinals

    The Cardinals signed Dortch on Tuesday, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Dortch's only NFL action came in 2019, when he logged two appearances with the Panthers. In those games Dortch only contributed on special teams, returning four punts and five kicks. He'll likely spend training camp in Arizona competing for touches in the return game.
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  • Falcons' Greg Dortch: Remains in Atlanta

    The Falcons signed Dortch to a reserve/future contract Monday, Will McFadden of the team's official site reports. Dortch had a spot on Atlanta's practice squad all year but didn't play a game. The 5-foot-7, 173-pound wideout contributed as a returner for the Panthers in two games during the 2019 season. The 22-year-old could aim for a similar role with the Falcons in 2021.
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  • Greg Dortch: Signs with practice squad

    The Falcons signed Dortch to the practice squad Monday. Dortch played two games for the Panthers last season as an undrafted rookie, yet he hasn't logged any action this year. With Julio Jones dealing with a hamstring injury, he'll add depth at wide receiver for the Falcons to finish the year.
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  • Greg Dortch: Let go by Rams

    Dortch was waived by the Rams on Saturday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. The 22-year-old signed a reserve/future contract at the end of the regular season, but he'll fall victim to the team's pre-camp cuts. Dortch appeared in two games for the Panthers last season but has yet record a reception in the NFL.
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