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NFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
2-1-0 10-1-0
3-1-0 8-3-0
0-2-0 7-4-0
1-2-0 7-5-0

2022 Receiving

STATS REC
Receptions
YDS
Receiving Yards
AVG
Average Yards per Reception
TD
Receiving Touchdowns
LNG
Longest Reception
Regular Season 2 38 19.0 0 40

Top Grant Calcaterra News

  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Loses yards on lone catch

    Calcaterra lost two yards on his only catch in Sunday's win over Green Bay.

    Dallas Goedert (shoulder) missed his second consecutive game, but the Eagles have adjusted to his absence by hardly looking to their tight ends at all. In Week 11, it was Jack Stoll who provided the unit's lone target and lone reception, and it was Calcaterra who got that honor Week 12. Nothing in the Eagles' game plan suggests that any of the team's tight ends will have fantasy relevance until Goedert returns.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Minimal role in Goedert's absence

    Calcaterra saw the field for just 19 offensive snaps and was not targeted a single time in Sunday's win over Indianapolis.

    Calcaterra could have been in line for an increased role in the absence of Dallas Goedert (shoulder), as No. 2 tight end Jack Stoll primarily fills a blocking role. While Calcaterra did indeed set a season high in offensive snaps, he remained in nowhere near a fantasy-relevant role.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Role could grow sans Goedert

    Calcaterra could benefit from an uptick in snaps with top tight end Dallas Goedert potentially sidelined for multiple weeks after suffering a shoulder injury in Monday's loss to the Commanders, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports.

    Jack Stoll has played 40 percent of the Eagles' snaps on offense this season and has been the clear No. 2 tight end through the team's first nine games, but he's been deployed almost exclusively as a blocker and has recorded just eight receptions through 25 career games. As such, the Eagles could look to the likes of Calcaterra and Tyree Jackson (knee) -- who is on the PUP list but could be activated Week 11 -- to help pick up the slack in the pass-catching department, although Goedert's 5.9 targets per game are more likely to be dispersed throughout the offense. Calcaterra hasn't played more than 17 snaps in any game in 2022 and hasn't drawn a target since he recorded a 40-yard reception in Week 3.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Goes without target in Week 8

    Calcaterra wasn't targeted while playing 11 of the Eagles' 53 snaps on offense Sunday in the team's 35-13 win over the Steelers.

    A healthy inactive through the Eagles' first two games, Calcaterra has now dressed in five consecutive contests as Philadelphia's No. 3 tight end. The role hasn't translated to much meaningful production or playing time, as the rookie has one reception (for 40 yards) to his name while playing just 55 total snaps on offense in his five games.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Will sit again

    Calcaterra (coach's decision) is inactive Monday against the Vikings.

    Calcaterra will sit again in Week 2 despite making the 53-man roster. The Eagles have opted to bring Noah Togiai up from the practice squad for the second straight week to dress as the No. 3 tight end, leaving Calcaterra sidelined. The rookie tight end will continue to try and earn the chance to make his NFL debut in Week 3, when the Eagles play the Commanders.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Out for Sunday

    Calcaterra (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Lions.

    Calcaterra was able to make the 53-man roster, but he's still No. 4 on the Eagles' tight end positional depth chart. He'll give way to Dallas Goedert, Jack Stoll and Noah Togiai at the position Sunday. The rookie, selected in the sixth round of the 2022 Draft, will need to prove more to crack the roster on gameday in Week 2.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Back at practice

    Calcaterra (hamstring) returned to practice Friday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports.

    Calcaterra practiced for the first time since July 30 on Friday after being sidelined with a hamstring issue. The tight end was drafted in the sixth round of this year's draft and will compete with Jack Stoll and Tyree Jackson (knee) for the backup role behind Dallas Goedert in 2022.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Not yet recovered

    Calcaterra (hamstring) is still not practicing with the team Sunday, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports.

    Calcaterra suffered the injury during practice Aug. 1 and has been out since. Selected in the sixth round of the 2022 Draft, Calcaterra is likely competing with the returning Richard Rodgers for a roster spot, with Tyree Jackson (knee) on the active/PUP list.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Hurts leg in practice

    Calcaterra suffered a leg injury in practice Saturday, Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal reports.

    The severity of Calcaterra's injury is unclear, but it will keep him out of practice Monday at minimum. Once cleared to return, the rookie sixth-round pick will attempt to carve out a depth role on Philadelphia's tight end depth chart.

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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Flies to Philly

    The Eagles selected Calcaterra in the sixth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 198th overall.

    Calcaterra had an interesting route to the NFL. He nearly ended his career after sustaining concussions at Oklahoma and was out of football in 2020. Calcaterra returned to the gridiron at SMU in 2021 and built on the potential he showed when he was in Norman. He caught 38 of 63 targets for 465 yards and four touchdowns in an explosive SMU passing game. Calcaterra (6-foot-4, 241 pounds) ran a 4.62 in the 40-yard dash at the combine, which projects well for his ability to attack the seam in Philadelphia's offense. He's a worthwhile late-round gamble for the Eagles.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 240 lbs
Birthplace: Los Angeles, CA
Age: 23
School: SMU