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2022 25 249 9.96 0.00
2021 11 106 9.64 0.00 100.6
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Status in question for Monday

    Granson (illness) is questionable for Monday's game against the Steelers, Ben Arthur of FoxSports.com reports. Granson was absent from all three practices of Week 12 prep due to an illness, but the Colts will give him a bit more time before making a decision on his availability. If he's able to suit up Monday, he'll join Mo Alie-Cox and Jelani Woods in a timeshare at tight end for Indianapolis, which so far has resulted in a 25-249-0 line on 32 targets for Granson this season.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Misses another practice

    Granson (illness) missed practice again Friday. Granson now has just one more chance to return to practice ahead of Monday's game against the Steelers. If the 2021 fourth-round pick is unable to suit up for the contest, Mo Alie-Cox and Jelani Woods would be in line to handle the bulk of the Colts' available snaps at tight end.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Listed as DNP on practice estimate

    Granson (illness) was listed as a non-participant in Thursday's walkthrough. The tight end now has two more chances to return to practice before the Colts' final injury report is submitted ahead of Monday night's game against the Steelers. Through 11 contests, Granson -- who caught his only target for 16 yards in last Sunday's loss to the Eagles -- has gathered in 25 of his 32 targets for 249 yards, but he's been a hit-or-miss option of late while working in a tight end timeshare with Mo Alie-Cox and Jelani Woods.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: One catch in Week 11

    Granson caught his only target for 16 yards in Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Eagles. Granson has yet to find the end zone in his second NFL season, nor has he carved out a consistent pass-catching role in the Colts' run-first offense. The tight end has been held to two or fewer catches in seven of 11 games heading into a Week 12 home game against the Steelers on Monday Night Football.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Four catches against Vegas

    Granson caught all four of his targets for 57 yards in Sunday's 25-20 win over the Raiders. With Jelani Woods (shoulder) inactive and Mo Alie-Cox dealing with an ankle injury in practice during the week, Granson wound up with less competition for targets than usual at tight end and had one of his best games of the season. The 2021 fourth-round pick is still looking for his first career TD in the NFL, but he continues to tease some intriguing upside. Even with Matt Ryan back under center for the Colts, however, the team's offense may struggle to move the ball in Week 11 against the Eagles.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: No receptions in loss

    Granson did not have a reception on just one target in Sunday's loss at New England. Mo Alie-Cox got the start at tight end and played more snaps than Granson (34-26) but they were closer in routes (19 for Alie-Cox and 17 for Granson). Jelani Woods played 18 snaps before exiting with a shoulder injury. Granson looked to be leading the trio in the passing game, but he took a step back last week, and Indy's passing woes make any of the tight ends a long shot for viable fantasy value each week.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Just one target Sunday

    Granson had one reception for six yards on his lone target in Sunday's loss at Tennessee. Granson led Indy's tight ends in routes run -- 18, compared to 15 for Mo Alie-Cox and 14 for Jelani Woods -- but Indy's passing game couldn't get on track. None of the three tight ends were a factor Sunday with a combined two receptions and three targets. Granson still looks like the top receiving tight end, but all three are splitting the targets, and there will be games like Sunday where none are a factor.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Leads tight end group in win

    Granson started at tight end and had four receptions for 38 yards on four targets in Sunday's win over Jacksonville. Granson got the start, played the most snaps and went out on the most routes among Colts tight ends. He played 31 snaps and ran 25 routes, compared to Jelani Woods (31 snaps, 24 routes) and Mo Alie-Cox (28 snaps, 13 routes). Each TE has alternated big weeks, but Alie-Cox didn't have a target, and Indy appeared to change their game plan to more of a fast-tempo offense. Granson's increase in production may be the start of a trend.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Limited to one catch Thursday

    Granson secured one of three targets for 16 yards during the Colts' 12-9 overtime win over Denver on Thursday. Granson had a season-high four receptions for 62 yards last week against the Titans, but his one catch during Thursday's matchup marked his lowest total of the season. While the Colts had trouble generating much offensive production as a whole against Denver, Granson has been inconsistent over the first five games of the year.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Four receptions in loss

    Granson had four receptions for 62 yards on four targets in Sunday's loss to Tennessee. The Colts frequently played two and three tight ends in the passing game against the Titans, and the trio combined for 11 receptions for 170 yards. Granson played on 29 of the offense's 65 snaps and went out on 17 routes, which was behind Mo Alie-Cox's 45 snaps and 26 routes and similar to Jelani Woods' 15 snaps and 11 routes. Alie-Cox had two touchdown catches Sunday after Woods had two touchdowns Week 3. Each week, it seems a different tight end is the top option in Indy's passing game, but the larger trend is the team may utilize their tight ends more in the passing game with the secondary receivers failing to make big impressions, most notably Parris Campbell.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Just two receptions Sunday

    Granson had two receptions for seven yards on two targets in Sunday's win over Kansas City. After two games, it looked like Granson may emerge as the top tight end in the Colts' passing game and see a larger share of the targets. However, that trend took a step back Week 3. He played fewer snaps (42 to 30) and ran fewer routes (23 to 13) than Mo Alie-Cox, though Granson had more targets (2-1). However, Jelani Woods caught two touchdowns (while running just 12 routes), making him another viable tight end in Indianapolis. The end result is that Granson's role is too small and inconsistent for most fantasy formats.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Sizable receiving role in Week 1

    Granson had three receptions for 22 yards on seven targets in Sunday's tie at Houston. While Mo Alie-Cox started at tight end and Granson began on the bench, it was an encouraging game for his role in the offense. Granson was tied for second on the team in targets and played more snaps (51 of the offenses 92 snaps) than Cox (50). He also went out for more passes than Cox (30-20). Granson could become the top receiving tight end in Indy if one game is any indication.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Two more catches Saturday

    Granson caught two of three targets for 18 yards in Saturday's 27-26 preseason loss to the Lions. Granson was involved from the onset, catching the first pass thrown by Nick Foles while the Colts rested starters such as Matt Ryan and Mo Alie-Cox. While Alie-Cox's superior blocking ability and experience have him poised to lead Colts tight ends in playing time, Granson's expected to take on a more significant role in his second NFL season after seeing minimal involvement in 2021 as a rookie fourth-round pick out of SMU.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Solid rookie season

    Granson caught 11 of his 15 targets for 106 yards across 17 appearances during the 2021 campaign. Granson didn't see a target through the first three weeks of the season, but his involvement in the passing game picked up from Weeks 4-13. During that stretch, he caught 10 passes for 100 yards and recorded at least one target in nine of 10 games, including multiple targets five times. Jack Doyle is expected to be back next year, but Mo Alie-Cox's contract is up this offseason, so the rookie could see increased involvement during Year 2.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Catches one of two targets

    Granson caught one of his two targets for six yards during Sunday's 31-0 win over the Texans. Granson hasn't been targeted more than twice in any of his 13 appearances this season, but he's recorded at least one catch in each of the last six games. Over that span, he's recorded seven receptions for 78 yards. Despite the consistent production, Granson likely remains a risky fantasy option as long as Jack Doyle and Mo Alie-Cox are healthy.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Slightly involved versus Jaguars

    Granson secured his only target for 15 yards during Sunday's 23-17 win over Jacksonville. Granson has played a rotational role on offense all season, and he's now logged four straight games with a single target in each. The rookie fourth-round pick's development is coming along nicely, but he's not currently much of a candidate for fantasy relevance behind both Jack Doyle and Mo Alie-Cox.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Modest production Friday

    Granson caught three of four targets for 23 yards in Friday's preseason win over the Lions. The 23-year-old tied for second on the Colts in targets on the night, but his longest grab went for only 10 yards as he worked with Jacob Eason and the first-team offense. There's been speculation Granson could have a bigger role than expected in the passing game even if he's only third on the depth chart at tight end, as the team has a track record of finding targets for multiple players at the position; however, the 2021 fourth-round pick is still a long shot to have much fantasy value.
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