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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Sees just two offensive snaps

    Cephus logged two offensive snaps but did not have a target during Sunday's 38-35 loss to the Eagles. Cephus and Kalif Raymond only saw a handful of snaps behind Amon-Ra St. Brown, DJ Chark and Josh Reynolds. Within an offense that will also feed its running backs and tight ends in the passing game, Cephus figures to remain far off the fantasy radar while everyone is healthy.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Sticks in Detroit

    Cephus remains on the Lions' initial 53-man roster following Tuesday's cutdown deadline, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. The Lions kept only five receivers in the continued absence of rookie first-round pick Jameson Williams (knee), but Cephus will be sticking around despite missing most of the summer with an undisclosed leg injury. However, as nothing more than the No. 4 or 5 receiver in an offense that will feed targets to its starting tight end and running back, Cephus is a much longer shot for fantasy relevance this year than he was out of the gate in 2021.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Touchdown in preseason finale

    Cephus caught one of three targets for five yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 19-9 loss to the Steelers. Cephus made his preseason debut after missing most of the summer with an undisclosed leg injury. While he didn't earn many targets despite playing into the fourth quarter, he did well to get open for a touchdown on a broken play at the end of the game. Considering the Lions kept up to seven receivers on the roster last year, Cephus seems to have good odds of surviving cuts this week, especially with Jameson Williams (knee) on the PUP list.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Set for preseason debut

    Cephus will make his preseason debut Sunday against the Steelers, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Cephus suffered an undisclosed leg injury during the first week of training camp and didn't return to practice until this past week. While Josh Reynolds and Kalif Raymond have secured the No. 3 and 4 roles, respectively, at receiver in his absence, Cephus could make a case for the No. 5 role if he can outperform the likes of Tom Kennedy and Trinity Benson on Sunday. However, regardless of how things shake out, the looming return of Jameson Williams (knee) figures to push all of these guys down the depth chart by season's end.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Remains sidelined

    Cephus (leg) did not play in Saturday's preseason game against the Colts, Benjamin Raven of MLive.com reports. Cephus went down with an unspecified leg injury during the start of training camp, and it doesn't sound like he has made it back to the field yet. This extended delay has been bad news for his odds of sticking around in a suddenly crowded Detroit receiver room, let alone pushing Josh Reynolds for the No. 3 role at receiver while Jameson Williams (knee) returns to full health. It hasn't helped that Cephus' absence opened snaps for Tom Kennedy to put together a highly productive preseason. If Cephus can't make it back for the team's preseason finale next Sunday against the Steelers, he may not have much of a case for a potential fifth or sixth roster spot depending on whether Williams starts the year on the PUP list.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Injures leg, should be OK

    Head coach Dan Campbell doesn't think the leg injury Cephus suffered in Tuesday's practice is serious, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. "[Cephus] will be down for we feel like a short period of time, but I think he's going to be OK," Campbell said. Cephus was helped off the practice field Tuesday, slowing his momentum in what's otherwise been a strong offseason by all accounts. The 2020 fifth-round pick missed most of last season with a broken collarbone, then saw the Lions add DJ Chark and Jameson Williams (knee) to their receiving corps this spring. Still, there's an opportunity for Cephus to win the third or fourth receiver spot to start the season, especially with Williams unlikely to be available following his ACL tear in January,
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Facing added competition

    Cephus is facing added competition for snaps after the offseason acquisitions of DJ Chark and Jameson Williams (knee), Nick Baumgardner and Chris Burke of The Athletic report. After Tyrell Williams went down in Week 1 and before Cephus broke his collarbone in Week 5, the Wisconsin product had a large role that commanded at least 70 percent of the offensive snaps per game. However, the 6-foot-4 Chark seemingly fits the mold that Detroit has been looking for at "X" receiver, and Detroit traded up in the first round to add another promising perimeter receiver in Williams. With Amon-Ra St. Brown locked into the slot role, Cephus seems no higher than No. 4 or 5 on the depth chart entering 2022. However, if the Lions take a cautious approach with Williams' return from an ACL injury, the short list of candidates to take his spot in the starting lineup would be Cephus and Josh Reynolds.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Moves to COVID list

    Cephus (undisclosed) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, Aaron Wilson of Sportstalk 790 Houston reports. Cephus was already on IR and ruled out for the season with a broken collarbone, which he suffered in the Lions' Week 5 loss to the Vikings. The second-year wideout finished his season with 15 receptions on 22 targets for 204 yards and a touchdown across 5 games.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Shifts to IR

    Cephus (collarbone) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday. The transaction was fully expected after Cephus sustained a broken collarbone in the team's Week 5 loss to the Vikings. The injury will likely sideline the wideout for the remainder of the season, leaving an already weak Lions receiving corps in dire shape as Tyrell Williams (concussion) is expected to spend at least another week on IR. Detroit appears set to head into Sunday's game against the Bengals with Amon-Ra St. Brown, Kalif Raymond and KhaDarel Hodge as its top wideouts.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Likely done for season

    Lions head coach Dan Campbell confirmed Monday that Cephus likely will miss the rest of the season after the receiver sustained a broken collarbone in Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Vikings, Eric Woodyard of ESPN.com reports. Per Tom Pelissero of NFL Network, Cephus is slated to undergo surgery to address the injury, which typically entails a three-month recovery. While that timeline theoretically gives Cephus a chance to make it back for Week 18 in early January, the 0-5 Lions aren't expected to be in playoff contention and most likely won't be looking to activate the second-year wideout. Through five games, Cephus had been one of the better producers in a weak Detroit pass-catching group, notching 15 receptions for 204 yards and two touchdowns on 22 targets.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Diagnosed with broken collarbone

    Cephus suffered a broken collarbone in Sunday's loss to the Vikings, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Cephus will miss extended time due to his injury, and he could be sidelined for the remainder of the season. Tyrell Williams (concussion) should take on a larger role once he returns from injured reserve, while Kalif Raymond, Amon-Ra St. Brown and Trinity Benson also will have the opportunity to carve out additional snaps while Cephus is out.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Injury 'doesn't look good'

    Coach Dan Campbell said after Sunday's 19-17 loss at Minnesota that Cephus has a shoulder or clavicle injury that "doesn't look good," Chris Burke of The Athletic reports. The Lions will do their due diligence and evaluate Cephus' health concern to figure out the nature of the injury, but a clavicle issue could require surgery and potentially be season-ending. With Tyrell Williams (concussion) already on injured reserve, the team is getting woefully thin at wide receiver. Currently, Kalif Raymond, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Trinity Benson, KhaDarel Hodge and Tom Kennedy are the healthy and available players at the position on the active roster.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Picks up shoulder injury

    Cephus injured his shoulder during the first half of Sunday's game at Minnesota. Prior to his departure, Cephus gathered in all three targets for 38 yards. With Tyrell Williams (concussion) on injured reserve, the Lions currently are down to Kalif Raymond, Amon-Ra St. Brown, Trinity Benson and KhaDarel Hodge as active wide receivers.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Career-high 83 receiving yards

    Cephus caught four of five targets for 83 yards during Sunday's 24-14 loss to Chicago. After matching his previous career-high in receiving yards in Week 2, Cephus topped that mark Sunday while looking like Detroit's most competent wide receiver in the absence of Tyrell Williams (concussion). He could have had a bigger day, but Jared Goff wasn't able to find him open on at least two occasions. With Williams on the shelf for at least one more game, Cephus' emergence could continue in Week 5 against the Vikings.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Primed for extended run as starter

    Cephus is expected to draw his second straight start Sunday against the Ravens after the Lions placed Tyrell Williams (concussion) on injured reserve Thursday, Dave Birkett of the Detroit Free Press reports. Cephus has served as the primary replacement for Williams on the perimeter after the latter entered the concussion protocol upon taking a helmet-to-helmet hit from the 49ers' Jaquiski Tartt in the Lions' Week 1 loss. After producing a 3-12-1 line on six targets in the season opener, Cephus found the end zone again in the Week 2 loss to the Packers while hauling in four of seven targets for 63 yards. Tight end T.J. Hockenson still looks like the Lions' top priority in the passing game, but Cephus might be the most fantasy-friendly option in a Detroit receiving corps that may have the poorest collection of talent in the NFL. With Williams out of the picture through at least the Lions' Oct. 17 game against Cincinnati, Cephus should at the very least benefit from heavy snap shares over the next three contests, even if his weekly target volume isn't entirely bankable.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Scores in second straight

    Cephus caught four of seven targets for 63 yards and a touchdown in Monday night's 35-17 loss to the Packers. Cephus started the evening with an impressive 46-yard gain on third down to extend Detroit's opening drive, which he actually capped with a wide-open, five-yard touchdown thanks to a defensive miscommunication later on. Although he only had a couple grabs afterward, Cephus trailed only tight end T.J. Hockenson in each major receiving category for the Lions, scoring in consecutive games to begin the season to boot. Whether teammate Tyrell Williams (concussion) returns for Week 3's matchup versus the Ravens or not, Cephus is building good chemistry with new quarterback Jared Goff through their first couple games together.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Hits pay dirt

    Cephus caught three of seven targets for 12 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 41-33 loss to San Francisco. He also secured a two-point conversion. While it's not ideal to average less than two yards per target, Cephus was still one of the bright spots of the Lions offense Sunday. Not only did he make a tough catch on the sideline on a less-than-perfect pass from Jared Goff, Cephus also boxed out a defender for a short touchdown on the goal line before hauling in a two-point conversion at the very edge of the end zone in the fourth quarter. However, it should be noted that the Wisconsin product might not have received as many opportunities if Tyrell Williams (undisclosed) didn't leave the game in the third quarter, as Cephus ultimately finished fifth in snaps among Detroit wideouts behind Williams, Kalif Raymond, Trinity Benson and Amon-Ra St. Brown. Even if Williams misses time, Cephus seems like a touchdown-dependent fantasy option entering Week 2.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Finds end zone Friday

    Cephus caught all three of his targets for 35 yards and a touchdown in Friday's preseason loss to the Colts. The second-year receiver caught a 15-yard strike from Tim Boyle late in the first quarter for Detroit's first points of the night. Cephus missed time earlier in camp with a head injury but he looked good Friday, and while his roster spot seems secure, he could be making a late push for a bigger role in Week 1 against San Francisco.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Makes preseason debut

    Cephus caught two of three targets for 15 yards during Saturday's preseason loss to Pittsburgh. Cephus looked healthy after missing the preseason opener with a head injury. While he's no higher than No. 5 on the depth chart now that Amon-Ra St. Brown and Kalif Raymond seem established under Detroit's top duo of Tyrell Williams and Breshad Perriman, Cephus at least appears to be in no danger of losing his roster spot considering he only remained in Saturday's game as long as Perriman and St. Brown did (Williams and Raymond weren't active). As such, it seems unlikely that the Wisconsin product will be asked to suit up for Detroit's preseason finale next Friday against Indianapolis as the team prepares for Week 1 of the regular season.
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  • Lions' Quintez Cephus: Mixes back into practice

    Cephus (head) returned to practice Monday, Chris Burke of The Athletic reports. Cephus was away from the field for more than a week due to a head injury suffered in practice Aug. 7. As a result, he missed Friday's exhibition opener against the Bills. In his return, Cephus caught a touchdown during a 7-on-7 drill in the red zone and will look to make an impression as part of a receiving corps that's currently down Breshad Perriman (hip) and Kalif Raymond (undisclosed).
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