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2021 42 568 13.52 5 0.00 844.9
2020 13 160 12.31 1 0.00 221.7
3y Avg. 22 299 13.59 2 0.00 412.7
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: Exits Sunday's game

    Pringle was forced out of Sunday's contest against the Texans with a calf injury. Pringle is iffy to return to Sunday's game against Houston after he was seen walking to the locker room with an apparent calf injury. Before his departure, the speedy receiver caught one pass for 11 yards. Expect Darnell Mooney, Equanimeous St. Brown and Dante Pettis to take on an expanded role for the remainder of Sunday's contest against the Texans if Pringle isn't able to return.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: One grab in opener

    Pringle caught one pass for 22 yards in the Bears' 19-10 win over the 49ers on Sunday. There wasn't much passing going on in a game played in terrible field conditions with heavy rain coming down at various points. Pringle's other target was on a deep pass in the end zone, but the ball was overthrown. We'll get a better feel for his role if the Week 2 game at Green Bay is played in better conditions.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: Cleared for Week 1

    Pringle (groin) isn't listed on the Bears' initial injury report for Sunday's game against the 49ers. Pringle moved past his preseason groin injury and now faces a tough defense to start the season, though San Francisco's strength lies up front rather than in the secondary. The Bears list Equanimeous St. Brown ahead of Pringle as a starter on their first depth chart of the regular season, but the slotting looks fluid behind clear No. 1 receiver Darnell Mooney.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: Returns to practice

    Pringle (quadriceps) participated in Chicago's practice Monday as the team prepares for its Week 1 matchup against the 49ers, Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reports. Pringle suffered a quad injury Aug. 6, but he took the field Monday for the first time in over four weeks. It's unclear if he'll need time to get back to full speed, but his participation in practice is a step in the right direction. Going into the preseason, he was expected to be one of the top-three wide receivers in the team's rotation.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: Unlikely to suit up Saturday

    Pringle (quadriceps) missed Thursday's practice and may not play Saturday against the Browns, Alyssa Barbieri of USA Today reports. Pringle suffered a quadriceps injury Aug. 6 and has yet to return to practice, making it unlikely he plays in the preseason finale. If he sits, he'll have two weeks to heal up to have a chance to play in Week 1.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: Remains sidelined

    Pringle (quadriceps) didn't practice Wednesday, Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic reports. Pringle has been dealing with the injury for just over two weeks, and his availability for Saturday's preseason finale versus the Browns is still up in the air. The 28-year-old's continued absence from practice could hurt his case for earning a prominent role in the Bears' receiving corps to begin the season.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: May miss preseason finale

    Pringle (quadriceps) may not play Saturday against the Browns, Alyssa Barbieri of USA Today reports. It's unclear as to whether Pringle has recovered from his quadriceps injury, but unless the coaching staff decides he needs reps with the backups, the Bears' coaching staff is expected to sit their first-string players to avoid injuries in the team's final preseason contest. Assuming that's the case, and he's healthy to start the regular season, he'll make his Chicago debut Week 1 against the 49ers.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: Not expected to play Saturday

    Pringle (quad) is unlikely play in Saturday's preseason opener against the Chiefs, Alyssa Barbieri of USA Today reports. This was expected as coach Matt Eberflus previous stated that he hopes to see Pringle at some point this preseason after the receiver was reported to have injured his quadriceps on August 6.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: Could miss time due to quad injury

    Pringle is dealing with a quadriceps injury that could keep him out for a while, Dan Wiederer of the Chicago Tribune reports. Head coach Matt Eberflus is "hopeful" the former Chiefs wideout will play at some point this preseason, which should indicate the severity of the injury. The Bears also lost N'Keal Harry to a possibly serious leg injury in Saturday's practice, while 2022 third-round pick Velus Jones sat out with an undisclosed injury. The dizzying number of injuries to Bears pass catchers leaves just Darnell Mooney and Equanimeous St. Brown as the only two healthy bodies among the projected top five wideouts.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: Arrested in traffic incident

    Pringle was arrested in Florida on Saturday and charged with reckless driving and driving with a suspended license, Courtney Cronin of ESPN.com reports. Pringle, who joined the Bears on a one-year, $4.125 million deal earlier this offseason, was pulled over by Florida Highway Patrol after he was allegedly doing donuts with his vehicle on a public road, according to the police report. It's unclear if Pringle will face any discipline from the league as a result of the incident, but any decision on that front likely wouldn't be made until the legal process concludes. With the Bears losing Allen Robinson in free agency, Pringle is projected to slot in as a starting receiver for Chicago after setting career-high marks across the board in 2021 with 42 receptions, 568 receiving yards and five touchdowns.
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  • Bears' Byron Pringle: New home in Chicago

    The Bears and Pringle agreed to a contract Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. As often happens following coach or general manager hirings, new GM Ryan Poles is bringing a player from his previous team to his new one. Pringle is on the heels of his best campaign by a long shot, as he reeled in 42 of 60 passes for 568 yards and five touchdowns in 17 games with the Chiefs last season. He'll slot in as the No. 2 wide receiver behind Darnell Mooney for the time being in Chicago.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Targeted seven times in win

    Pringle reeled in five of his seven targets for 29 yards and a touchdown Sunday in Kansas City's 42-36 overtime win over the Bills in the divisional round. Though Tyreek Hill and Travis Kelce remain the clear No. 1 and 2 options in the passing game, Pringle has moved ahead of fellow wideouts Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson and any of the Kansas City running backs as the preferred No. 3 target. Dating back to Week 18, Pringle has drawn no fewer than seven targets in any of the last three contests, cobbling together a 15-122-3 receiving line during that stretch.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Emerges as receiving threat in 2021

    Pringle compiled five catches for 56 yards on eight targets Saturday against the Broncos to give him 42 grabs for 568 yards and five scores during the 2021 regular season. Pringle's preseason performance seemed to position him for an impactful role in 2021, but that didn't materialize until the second half of the season. Pringle really saw his involvement expand down the stretch, racking up 17 catches over the last four games after averaging just 1.9 per contest over the first 13 games. A strong showing in the playoffs could net him a hefty pay raise this offseason as an impending unrestricted free agent.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Leads team in receiving production

    Pringle caught six passes for 75 yards and two touchdowns on seven targets against Pittsburgh on Sunday. Pringle stepped up on a day in which the Chiefs were without Travis Kelce (illness) and lead receiver Tyreek Hill played with no practice,. Pringle helped anchor a strong game for Patrick Mahomes (23 of 30 for 258 yards and three touchdowns) as the Chiefs easily put away the Steelers. Kelce should be back for Week 17's game against the Bengals and Hill will almost certainly get more practice time to prepare, but Pringle might have established himself as the Chiefs' third-leading pass catcher going forward.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: More involved versus Chargers

    Pringle reeled in three of his four targets for 22 yards during Thursday's game versus the Steelers. Pringle finished with just one catch in each of the previous three games, so his added involvement on offense Thursday is a good sign as the regular season begins to wind down. That being said, he turned those three grabs into just 22 yards, and there isn't enough consistent volume to make him a viable asset in most fantasy leagues at this point.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Tallies one catch versus Raiders

    Pringle reeled in just one pass for 28 yards on his lone target Sunday versus the Raiders. Pringle has just one grab in each of the team's last three games despite seeing a recent uptick in offensive snaps. Even if his trend of playing time continues, Pringle doesn't seem to garner enough looks in the passing attack to warrant a roster spot in most fantasy leagues at this point.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Catches one pass

    Pringle secured one of two targets for 37 yards in Sunday's 19-9 win over the Cowboys. Pringle played 59 percent of the team's offensive snaps, second to only Tyreek Hill among Kansas City receivers. The Chiefs offense didn't get much going through the air Sunday, and Pringle's 37-yard grab was the team's longest play of the day. The veteran wideout enters the team's Week 12 bye with a total of 23 catches, 338 yards and three touchdowns on the campaign.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Held without target

    Pringle was not targeted in Sunday's game against the Packers. Pringle saw a slight dip from 53 to 44 percent in offensive snap share, sitting in the same range as it has been for the last four games. Pringle has a pair of touchdowns on the season, but has logged two or fewer catches in all but a pair of games thus far. He's still unreliable as a fantasy option, but he could sneak his way into the conversation on occasion.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Tallies season-high three grabs

    Pringle reeled in all three of his targets for 55 yards during Sunday's game versus Washington. Pringle has drawn three or more targets just one other time this season and has finished with more than 25 receiving yards just twice all season. He did see a season-high 40 percent of the offensive snaps this week but can't be counted on to put up consistent numbers going forward.
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  • Chiefs' Byron Pringle: Notches second score of season

    Pringle hauled in both of his targets for 11 yards and a touchdown Sunday against the Bills. Pringle made the most of his 25 snaps in the contest, playing a higher snap percentage than usual, likely due to the Chiefs trailing for much of the game. His opportunities may continue to wane as Josh Gordon become more familiar with the Kansas City playbook.
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