Player Outlook
Fitzpatrick will attempt to land a spot on the Titans' depth chart this preseason. The second-year receiver was waived by the Titans last August, only to be brought back when the team's receiving depth was tested. He didn't do so well, averaging under 10.0 yards per catch. Fitzpatrick won't help in your quest to hoist a Fantasy trophy.

Fantasy Stats

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 5 49 9.80 1 0.00 102.5
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  • Titans' Dez Fitzpatrick: Feeling more prepared

    Fitzpatrick is preparing to compete for a larger role in Tennessee's offense in 2022, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Fitzpatrick struggled to maintain a consistent role in his rookie campaign, as he failed to make Tennessee's roster out of training camp and recorded only five total receptions. However, he feels more prepared heading into his second season as a pro and has gained a better understanding of the team's expectations. The Titans overhauled their wide receiver corps this offseason, but Fitzpatrick will still have to compete with the likes of Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Kyle Philips for consistent targets behind Robert Woods and Treylon Burks.
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  • Titans' Dez Fitzpatrick: Quiet rookie campaign

    Fitzpatrick closed his rookie season with five receptions for 49 yards and a touchdown across seven games. After being selected in the fourth round of the 2021 NFL Draft, Fitzpatrick failed to make the Tennessee roster out of training camp. However, he managed to fight his way from the practice squad back to the active roster by mid-November. Thereafter, Fitzpatrick was regularly inactive on game days -- including in Week 18 -- though he managed his first touchdown as a pro in Week 11. With Marcus Johnson (hamstring) and Chester Rogers both headed to free agency, Fitzpatrick could find himself shifting up the wide receiver depth chart in 2022.
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  • Titans' Dez Fitzpatrick: Returns from COVID list

    Fitzpatrick (undisclosed) was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Friday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Fitzpatrick was placed on the COVID-19 list Dec. 14 but has now been cleared to rejoin the active roster. He'll have a full week of practice to get ready for Week 17 against the Dolphins.
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  • Titans' Dez Fitzpatrick: Sitting against Jaguars

    Fitzpatrick (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Jaguars, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Fitzpatrick has been active for each of the Titans' last three games, and he was on the field for 78 percent of offensive snaps in Week 11. However, he's slipped down the depth chart due to the return of both Julio Jones (hamstring) and Racey McMath (quadriceps). While it was expected that Fitzpatrick would lose his significant role due to the return of Jones, McMath jumping him on the depth chart comes as a surprise.
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  • Titans' Dez Fitzpatrick: Makes one catch

    Fitzpatrick recorded one reception on one target for 14 yards in Sunday's 36-13 loss to New England. Fitzpatrick was only minimally involved in the Titans' offense, even given a number of significant injuries among the wide-receiver corps. He found the field for 12 offensive snaps, behind each of Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Cody Hollister and Chester Rogers. Given that Julio Jones (hamstring) will be eligible to come off injured reserve in Week 14 against Jacksonville, Fitzpatrick could slip further down the depth chart moving forward.
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  • Titans' Dez Fitzpatrick: First professional touchdown

    Fitzpatrick recorded three receptions on six targets for 35 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 22-13 loss to the Texans. Fitzpatrick benefitted from a beat-up Titans' receiver corps to find the field for 79 percent of offensive snaps -- more than both Chester Rogers and Nick Westbrook-Ikhine. He made a few big plays, most notable of which was an 18-yard reception late in the third quarter for his first career touchdown. Should Marcus Johnson (hamstring) remain sidelined, Fitzpatrick could be in line for a bigger role once again in Week 12 against New England.
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  • Titans' Dez Fitzpatrick: Signed to active roster

    The Titans signed Fitzpatrick to their active roster Saturday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Fitzpatrick began the season on Tennessee's practice squad, but he'll provide depth at wide receiver after Julio Jones (hamstring) was placed on injured reserve. The rookie hauled in 43 of 72 targets for 833 yards and three touchdowns in his senior season at Louisville.
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  • Dez Fitzpatrick: Lands back in Tennessee

    Fitzpatrick re-joined the Titans and is now a member of the team's practice squad, Terry McCormick of reports. Fitzpatrick was something of a surprise cut given that the team used a fourth-round pick to select him in the 2021 NFL Draft. He didn't do a ton to impress the team in the preseason, though he did manage a 23-yard touchdown catch in the team's second exhibition. Fitzpatrick will now stick with the team as a member of the practice squad, and he could be promoted if the team faces injury among its wide receiver corps.
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  • Dez Fitzpatrick: Let go by Tennessee

    Fitzpatrick will be waived by the Titans, Terry McCormick of reports. That's hardly what Tennessee had in mind when they took Fitzpatrick with the fourth pick of the fourth round of the 2021 NFL Draft, but the Louisville product evidently didn't impress the team this summer. If Fitzpatrick goes unclaimed by another team, he could land on the practice squad. The Titans' top three receivers are currently A.J. Brown, Julio Jones and Josh Reynolds.
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  • Titans' Dez Fitzpatrick: Only one catch Saturday

    Fitzpatrick caught one of two targets for 28 yards in Saturday's preseason loss to the Bears. With the Titans' top three receivers -- A.J. Brown (knee), Julio Jones (undisclosed) and Josh Reynolds -- all getting the night off, Fitzpatrick had one last golden opportunity to make a splash before Week 1. Instead, his only catch didn't come until the second half, while Cameron Batson led the team's WRs in receiving and hauled in his second TD of the preseason. Fitzpatrick still seems ticketed for a spot on the 53-man roster after being selected in the fourth round of the 2021 Dradt, but he hasn't done anything so far to indicate he'll be a fantasy factor as a rookie.
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