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Fantasy News

  • Kelvin Harmon: Waived by Washington

    The Commanders waived Harmon on Tuesday. Harmon signed a reserve/future contract with Washington at the conclusion of last season, but he'll likely have to settle for another practice squad gig in 2022. The 2019 sixth-round pick hasn't logged a regular-season snap since his rookie campaign in 2019, when he caught 30 passes for 365 yards and zero touchdowns across 16 appearances.
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  • Football Team's Kelvin Harmon: Remains in Washington

    Harmon signed a reserve/future contract with Washington on Monday. Harmon didn't see game action in 2021 and spent most of the season on Washington's practice squad. He hasn't logged a regular-season snap since his rookie campaign in 2019, when he caught 30 passes for 365 yards and zero touchdowns in 16 games.
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  • Kelvin Harmon: Back with Washington

    Washington re-signed Harmon to the practice squad Wednesday. Harmon was released from the practice squad just one day ago, but he now returns to the scout team with Chris Blewitt having been promoted. The 2019 sixth-round pick hasn't suited up for NFL action since his rookie season.
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  • Kelvin Harmon: Jettisoned from practice squad

    Washington cut Harmon from the practice squad Tuesday. Harmon, a 2019 sixth-round pick, has not suited up for NFL action since playing 16 games in his rookie season. The former North Carolina State standout will now turn his attention toward carving out a role elsewhere in the league, perhaps with a team that doesn't possess as much depth at wide receiver as Washington.
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  • Kelvin Harmon: Back with WFT's practice squad

    Harmon has signed a deal to join Washington's practice squad. After getting drafted by Washington in the sixth round of the 2019 NFL Draft, Harmon was cut by the team midway through August. The receiver will rejoin the team, however, this time on the practice squad. With Curtis Samuel coming off the IR list soon, Harmon likely won't get pulled up to Washington's active roster anytime soon.
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  • Kelvin Harmon: Let go by Washington

    Harmon has been cut by Washington, John Keim of ESPN.com reports. Coach Ron Rivera noted that Harmon's exit is indicative of Washington's depth at the wideout position. As JP Finlay of NBC Sports Washington points out, the timing of the move gives Harmon -- who had been working mostly with the squad's third-teamers -- a chance to sign elsewhere and make a run at a 53-man roster spot.
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  • Football Team's Kelvin Harmon: Back from knee injury

    Harmon (knee) practiced in pads Sunday, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. The leg injury that had bothered Harmon has been specified as a knee injury, but either way, he's over it and back at practice. The 2019 sixth-round pick should suit up in Thursday's preseason opener against the Patriots.
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  • Football Team's Kelvin Harmon: Tending to leg injury

    Harmon (leg) isn't taking part in Friday's practice, Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Harmon left Thursday's session early with what was termed a leg injury, per John Keim of ESPN.com. After missing all of last season due to a torn ACL suffered July 2020, Harmon was able to participate in the offseason program and early stages of training camp, but now another issue of unknown severity is keeping him on the sideline.
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  • Football Team's Kelvin Harmon: Returns from ACL tear

    Harmon (knee) is taking part in practices at OTAs Nicki Jhabvala of The Washington Post reports. Making his way back from the ACL tear he suffered last July, the young wideout reportedly caught everyone's attention with a diving catch during Wednesday's session. Harmon was one of the favorites for the No. 2 receiver job in Washington at this time last year, but heading into the 2021 season, he'll be part of a deep group competing for the third and fourth spots behind Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel. He'll face competition for those spots from Adam Humphries, Cam Sims and Antonio Gandy-Golden.
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  • Football Team's Kelvin Harmon: Placed on NFI list

    Harmon (knee) was placed on the reserve/non-football injury list Saturday. Harmon sustained a torn ACL in July and will miss the 2020 season, so he'll remain on the NFI list this year. The 2019 sixth-round pick performed well in his rookie season with a 30-365-0 line, so he'll set his focus on getting back to full health for 2021. Dontrelle Inman and Antonio Gandy-Golden will battle for reps on the outside, across from Terry McLaurin.
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  • Football Team's Kelvin Harmon: Moved to NFI list

    Washington placed Harmon (knee) on the active/non-football injury list Monday. During preparations for his second pro campaign, Harmon suffered a torn ACL, ensuring he won't see the field in 2020. As a rookie sixth-rounder last season, he capped it with a 22-290-0 line on 35 targets over the final seven games. Look for Antonio Gandy-Golden, a fourth-round pick this year, to help pick up the slack on the outside opposite Terry McLaurin.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Tears ACL

    Harmon suffered a torn ACL while training this summer, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. The 2019 sixth-round pick enjoyed a solid finish to his rookie season, averaging 3.1 catches for 41.4 yards on 5.0 targets over the final seven games. Harmon was expected to compete for a starting job during training camp, but he'll instead turn his focus to rehabbing for 2021. He had surgery last week and says he's doing well. Meanwhile, rookie fourth-round pick Antonio Gandy-Golden now has a better chance to earn outside snaps.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Finishes year with 365 yards

    Harmon caught three of five targets for 33 yards in Sunday's 47-16 loss to Dallas, finishing his rookie season with 30 receptions for 365 yards on 44 targets. The sixth-round pick had no more than 58 yards in any game and never scored a touchdown, but he did play at least 66 percent of offensive snaps in seven consecutive games to close out the season, averaging 3.1 catches for 41.4 yards on 5.0 targets over that stretch. While fellow rookies Terry McLaurin (concussion) and Steven Sims Jr. held far more appeal for fantasy managers, Harmon did well to catch 68.2 percent of his chances for 8.3 yards per target in an offense that finished the season with a 62.2 completion percentage and 6.7 yards per pass attempt. He should have a chance to compete for a starting job in 2020, presumably the outside spot across from McLaurin while Sims continues to man the slot -- although new head coach Ron Rivera may want to bolster the position group in the offseason via the draft or free agency.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Delivers season-best yardage

    Harmon caught five of six passes for 58 yards and completed his lone pass attempt for 11 yards during Sunday's 41-35 overtime loss to the Giants. Harmon provided his most productive outing of the season as he finished second among Washington's wide receivers in offensive snaps, only one snap behind Terry McLaurin. The rookie sixth-round pick has enjoyed a strong second half of the season working as the team's No. 3 wide receiver, catching 19 passes for 257 yards in the last six games.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Two receptions in start

    Harmon recorded two receptions on three targets for 22 yards in Sunday's loss to the Eagles. He got the start Sunday alongside Terry McLaurin and Steven Sims after Paul Richardson (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve. Harmon now has 14 receptions for 199 yards in the past five contests and could see his reps continue to climb over the final two games of the year.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Catches long pass

    Harmon caught one for four targets for 30 yards during Sunday's 20-15 loss to the Packers. The 21-year-old got down to the two-yard line with his 30-yard reception in the second quarter, setting up a Washington touchdown. Harmon actually ranked second among Redskins wideouts with 55 offensive snaps (behind Terry McLaurin), though Steven Sims was still more involved with four catches on seven targets. The rookie sixth-round pick could continue seeing a higher snap share if Paul Richardson (hamstring) and Trey Quinn (concussion) remain sidelined, but the inconsistency of Washington's passing game makes him an unreliable option.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Ready for another start

    Harmon is poised to make another start Sunday against the Packers with Paul Richardson (hamstring) ruled out for the contest, Kyle Stackpole of the Redskins' official site reports. Harmon played at least two-thirds of the Redskins' offensive snaps each of the past three weeks, averaging 3.7 catches for 49 yards on 5.7 targets. He's made a nice case to keep his starting job if/when Richardson returns from the hamstring injury, but it's difficult to find fantasy upside in a passing game led by rookie quarterback Dwayne Haskins.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Leads team in receiving

    Harmon caught three of five targets for 51 yards in Sunday's 29-21 win over the Panthers. With Paul Richardson inactive due to a hamstring injury, Harmon played 84 percent of snaps on offense en route to leading the team in both targets and receiving yards. It was his third week in a row with five or more targets and 43 or more yards, with the NC State product emerging as a solid complement to fellow rookie Terry McLaurin, who caught two of four passes for eight yards in Sunday's game. There's a good chance McLaurin and Harmon will continue to take most of the snaps even if Richardson returns to health for Week 14's game at Green Bay.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Filling in for Paul Richardson

    Harmon is expected to serve as one of Washington's starting receivers Sunday at Carolina with Paul Richardson (hamstring) ruled out, Kyle Stackpole of the Redskins' official site reports. The rookie technically has started five of 11 games, but he's only surpassed a 60 percent snap share the past two weeks, catching eight of 12 targets for 96 yards in that span. Harmon played 92 percent of snaps two weeks ago when Richardson was inactive, so a workload on that level could be on tap versus the Panthers.
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  • Redskins' Kelvin Harmon: Second to McLaurin among 'Skins WRs

    Harmon caught five of six targets for 53 receiving yards during Sunday's 34-17 loss to the Jets. The N.C. State product may see an uptick in involvement over the latter half of the season with Washington out of the playoff mix and likely aiming to evaluate its own personnel before embarking on a sure-to-be active offseason. Harmon had not been targeted more than twice in any game prior to Week 11, but against the Jets, he garnered two more targets than any other Redskins player. Monitoring his involvement in Week 12 against Detroit's struggling pass defense will be a worthwhile endeavor, as Harmon may be capable of providing deep-league value should he remain an integral part of the Washington passing attack moving forward.
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