Opponent Game Opp RK Opp FPTS
vs 28 24
@ 4 18
vs 22 22
@ 7 19
vs 3 18
@ 6 19
vs 15 21
@ 32 27
vs 6 19
@ 22 22
vs 19 22
vs 2 17
- -
vs 5 19
@ 9 20
vs 12 21
@ 23 22
@ 19 22
Player Outlook
Wesley will need an injury in the first six weeks of the season to have a real shot at significant playing time. Assuming everyone stays healthy during camp, you can leave Wesley on the waiver wire.

Fantasy Stats

receiving rushing fantasy
Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2021 19 208 10.95 3 0.00 382.5
2020 0.00 0.00
3y Avg. 19 208 10.95 3 0.00 382.5
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Surgery possible

    Wesley may need surgery on his injured groin/hip, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Wesley picked up the issue at Thursday's practice and subsequently underwent an MRI. Coach Kliff Kingsbury noted the team will have a better idea whether or not Wesley requires a procedure to address the injury in the next week, or if rehabbing it will be able to get the wide receiver back to 100 percent. With DeAndre Hopkins slated to miss the first six games of the season due to suspension, Wesley is in line to handle a decent number of reps as an outside receiver during that span, assuming he's healthy.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Gets banged up

    Wesley suffered a hip injury in practice Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of reports. Wesley's injury is expected to keep him out of action for one to two weeks. The 24-year-old appeared in 15 contests last season, recording 19 catches for 208 yards and three touchdowns, the bulk which came between Weeks 15-18 after DeAndre Hopkins suffered a season-ending knee injury.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Re-signs with Cardinals

    Wesley has signed his exclusive rights contract tender to remain with the Cardinals this season, Darren Urban of the team's official site reports. The third-year receiver finished fourth in receiving yards (208) amongst Arizona's wideouts in 2021 and should continue to maintain a significant depth role for team, following the free-agent departure of Christian Kirk and with A.J. Green currently unsigned. At present, the Cardinals' top two wide receiver options are DeAndre Hopkins and Rondale Moore.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Tallies three touchdowns in 2021

    Wesley hauled in 19 of 32 targets for 208 yards and three touchdowns in 15 games during the 2021 season. The Ravens signed Wesley as an undrafted free agent in May 2019, but he didn't log his first NFL action until Week 3 of this past campaign as a member of the Cardinals. His first catch as a pro came in Week 8, and the 6-foot-4 wide receiver eventually became a regular in Arizona's offense when DeAndre Hopkins missed the majority of the second half of the season due to hamstring and knee injuries. In particular, Wesley was targeted six times in the red zone from Weeks 15-17, when he tallied his trio of scores. An exclusive rights free agent this offseason, he's limited to signing the contract tendered to him by the Cardinals.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Sees four targets Sunday

    Wesley gathered in two of four targets for 17 yards during Sunday's 38-30 loss to the Seahawks. The bulk of Wesley's production this season has occurred with DeAndre Hopkins (knee) on the sideline. Between Weeks 9 and 11 and since Hopkins was placed on IR after Week 14, Wesley played between 59 and 85 percent of offensive snaps in each of those seven games en route to a 18-201-3 line on 29 targets. Hopkins isn't expected to be ready to return until the NFC Championship Game at the earliest, so Wesley should continue to get regular looks from Kyler Murray in Monday's wild-card game against the Rams.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Two TDs in win

    Wesley caught four of five targets for 30 yards and two touchdowns in Sunday's 25-22 win over the Cowboys. He was Kyler Murray's favorite red-zone option on the afternoon, hauling in a one-yard TD in the second quarter and a 19-yard strike in the third. Wesley has notched his first three NFL touchdowns in the last two games, and he'll look to pad that total further in Week 18 against the Seahawks.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Ready for bigger role

    Wesley will take on a larger role in the Arizona offense with DeAndre Hopkins undergoing knee surgery, Darren Urban of reports. Wesley previously played 76-77 percent of snaps in three straight games (Weeks 9-11) when Hopkins missed time with a hamstring injury, catching seven of eight targets for 106 yards in that stretch. He'll likely continue to be targeted at a low rate on a per-snap/per-route basis, but Wesley does have a nice opportunity to pile up snaps and make an impression down the stretch.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Tallies four receptions Sunday

    Wesley recorded four catches (on four targets) for 44 yards during Sunday's 23-13 victory at Seattle. The Cardinals have been without top wide receiver DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) for most of the past four games, and Wesley has profited as a result, earning at least 53 percent of the offensive snaps on each occasion. Wesley's production has been sporadic during that stretch, with outings of 62, 44, seven and no receiving yards. Overall, though, he's been efficient with his reps, hauling in eight of 11 targets (72.7 percent) and averaging 10.3 YPT. Arizona is on bye Week 12, so if Hopkins is back in Week 13 in Chicago, Wesley would be on the outside looking in again in a stacked receiving corps that also includes A.J. Green, Christian Kirk and Rondale Moore.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Surprisingly productive Sunday

    Wesley caught all three of his targets for 62 yards in Sunday's 31-17 win over the 49ers. One game after catching his first career pass in the NFL, Wesley made a much bigger splash as he took advantage of the snaps available while DeAndre Hopkins (hamstring) and A.J. Green (COVID-19) were sidelined. Wesley also nearly scored a touchdown but was ruled out just shy of the goal line late in the first quarter after hauling in a pass from Christian Kirk. He's been hanging around on practice squads or injured reserve since going undrafted out of Texas Tech in 2019, but Wesley's recent performances may be earning him a regular spot on the Arizona roster.
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  • Cardinals' Antoine Wesley: Participates in individual drills

    Wesley (shoulder) participated in individual drills during Sunday's practice, Darren Urban of the Cardinals' official site reports. Wesley spent the 2020 campaign on the Ravens' injured reserve due to a shoulder injury but signed a one-year deal with the Cardinals in May. He didn't appear in Friday's preseason opener against Dallas but returned to the practice field in a limited capacity two days later. The 23-year-old is expected to slowly ease back into action, so it's not yet clear whether he'll be available for Friday's exhibition game against Kansas City.
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  • Ravens' Antoine Wesley: Moved to injured reserve

    The Ravens sent Wesley (shoulder) to injured reserve Sunday, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports. Wesley signed a futures deal with the Ravens this offseason after landing a contract with the club as an undrafted free agent prior to the 2019 campaign. The team isn't ready to give up on him yet, moving the second-year wideout to the IR list.
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  • Ravens' Antoine Wesley: Getting season-ending surgery

    Wesley (shoulder) will need season-ending surgery, Tom Pelissero of NFL Network reports. Wesley was enjoying a strong camp after spending last season on Baltimore's practice squad, but the 22-year-old Texas Tech product will now set his sights on recovering for the 2021 season.
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  • Antoine Wesley: Dealing with injury

    Wesley (undisclosed) was placed on the Ravens' practice-squad injured list. The undrafted free agent was quite productive at Texas Tech with 88 receptions for 1,410 yards and nine touchdowns over 12 games during his 2018 collegiate season. Wesley couldn't make the team, however, and he has spent the whole year on the Ravens' practice squad.
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  • Ravens' Antoine Wesley: Signs with Ravens

    Wesley inked a deal with the Ravens on Friday as an undrafted free agent, Clifton Brown of the team's official website reports. Wesley is a sure-handed pass catcher out of Texas Tech with below-average release speed. The Ravens' receiving corps was arguably one of the worst in the league last year, and it notably addressed the position during the draft. He will now look to make an impression during camp and try to earn a role on the team's 53-man roster.
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