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2021 28 449 16.04 1 0.00 503.3
2020 55 642 11.67 5 2 2.00 945.9
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  • Raiders' Keelan Cole: Late end-zone drop Sunday

    Cole caught one pass for 12 yards on four targets in Sunday's 24-22 loss to the Titans. He also returned one punt for 13 yards. Cole played 40 of 70 offensive snaps as he filled the slot role with Hunter Renfrow (concussion) sidelined, but the former hauled in only one of his four targets and he dropped a would-be touchdown in the end zone late in the fourth quarter. Cole's playing time figures to decrease significantly upon Renfrow's eventual return, which could come Week 4 against the Broncos.
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  • Raiders' Keelan Cole: Signed to active roster

    The Raiders signed Cole to their active roster Wednesday. Cole landed a practice-squad deal with Las Vegas after being released by the Raiders ahead of the 53-man roster deadline, but he now finds himself on the active roster after the team placed DJ Turner (ankle) on IR. Cole, an undrafted wideout out of Kentucky Wesleyan, has eclipsed 350 receiving yards in each of his first five NFL seasons, but it'll be difficult for him to garner many targets behind Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller.
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  • Keelan Cole: Signs practice-squad deal

    The Raiders signed Cole to their practice squad Tuesday. Cole was released by the Raiders ahead of the 53-man roster deadline but will return to the organization on a practice-squad deal. The undrafted wideout has eclipsed 350 receiving yards in each of his first five seasons in the NFL, so he'll be a likely candidate for elevation on a weekly basis, though it'll be difficult to garner many targets behind Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller.
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  • Keelan Cole: Released by Vegas

    The Raiders released Cole on Tuesday, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. Fellow veterans Mack Hollins and Tyron Johnson seem to have beat out Cole for depth WR spots on the team's initial 53-man roster. Their preseason usage suggests Hollins could be the No. 3 receiver to start the year, but it isn't a role that figures to involve many targets given that Davante Adams, Hunter Renfrow and Darren Waller (hamstring) all need to be fed. Cole is 29, but he could find work elsewhere given that he's eclipsed 350 receiving yards five times in five seasons since entering the NFL in 2017.
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  • Raiders' Keelan Cole: Praised by QB

    Cole's balance and route running have impressed Raiders quarterback Derek Carr early in training camp, Vic Tafur of The Athletic reports. "His ability on the sideline, he's really good," Carr said of Cole. "There is never a doubt if he's in or he's out." Carr also praised Cole's route running, describing Cole's routes as "really crisp." Cole has racked up at least 449 yards in four of his five NFL seasons, and he's making a strong early push for the No. 3 wide receiver role in Vegas behind fellow newcomer Davante Adams and holdover Hunter Renfrow.
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  • Raiders' Keelan Cole: Joining Las Vegas

    Cole agreed to a one-year contract with the Raiders on Wednesday, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports. The 29-year-old was with the Jets on a one-year deal in 2021 and caught 34 of 51 targets for 449 yards and one touchdown in 15 games. He'll battle Bryan Edwards and Demarcus Robinson for the No. 3 spot on the depth chart behind Davante Adams and Hunter Renfrow.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Finds end zone in loss

    Cole caught all three of his targets for 54 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-10 loss to the Bills. His 40-yard TD catch in the second quarter was the only real highlight on the day for the Jets, and Cole wound up being the only New York player with more than one reception. It was the 28-year-old's first touchdown of the season, and he wraps up the campaign with 28 catches on 51 targets for 449 yards, numbers that likely won't attract more than mild interest on the free-agent market this offseason.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Another quiet outing

    Cole caught both of his targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 26-21 win over Jacksonville. Cole occupied a starting role on the outside but didn't make much of an impact in the revenge game against his former team, as the Jets ran for 273 yards and passed for only 100 in the win. With only four catches in his last three games, Cole has failed to take advantage of his hefty recent snap share, and that's unlikely to change in Week 17 against Tampa Bay.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Held to one catch again

    Cole caught one of two targets for nine yards and threw an incomplete pass in Sunday's 31-24 loss to the Dolphins. Cole tried to throw it to quarterback Zach Wilson on a trick play, but the play ended up being incomplete. The veteran wideout has just one catch in each of the past two games, but he continues to see the field often with Corey Davis (groin) and Elijah Moore (quadriceps) both out. Maybe that playing time will result in more production when the 2-12 Jaguars come to town in Week 16.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Struggles in starting role

    Cole caught one of six targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 30-9 loss to New Orleans. Cole got the start on the outside with both Corey Davis (groin) and Elijah Moore (quadriceps) sidelined, but he didn't do much with the opportunity. While he should maintain the starting role in Week 15 against the Dolphins, getting open won't be easy against star cornerback Xavien Howard.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: In line for increased role

    Cole is set to see an expanded role in the Jets' offense in Sunday's matchup against the Saints after Elijah Moore (quadriceps) was placed on injured reserve Saturday, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Moore will be sidelined for at least three next three games, while the Jets' No. 1 receiver to open 2021, Corey Davis (groin), will remain on injured reserve for the rest of the season. The absences of Moore and Davis leaves Jamison Crowder as the only healthy starting receiver, so both he and Cole should be in store for elevated profiles in the passing attack. In 10 games this season, Cole has reached five targets only three times and topped 50 yards in a game only twice.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Back at practice

    Cole (illness) is scheduled to practice Wednesday with the Jets activating him from the reserve/COVID-19 list, Rich Cimini of ESPN.com reports. Cole's return to the mix arrives at an opportune time, as he's expected to slide into a starting role on the perimeter opposite Elijah Moore (quadriceps) after No. 1 wideout Corey Davis (groin) was placed on injured reserve Tuesday with a season-ending injury that requires surgery, according to Rich Cimini of ESPN.com. Davis' absence was already expected to translate to more playing time and targets for Cole, but his role in the passing attack could grow larger Sunday against the Saints if Moore is unavailable due to an injury that prompted head coach Robert Saleh to classify him as day-to-day. Through 10 games to date, Cole has caught 19 of his 33 targets for 299 yards.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Likely out for Week 13

    Jets head coach Robert Saleh said Wednesday that Cole isn't in line to be available for Sunday's game against the Eagles after having been placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list, Connor Hughes of The Athletic reports. The Jets will be down Cole for Week 13, but Denzel Mims' expected return from the reserve/COVID-19 list will help restore depth at receiver. Assuming Cole is able to clear the NFL's COVID-19 protocols on a normal timeline, he should be available for the Jets' Week 14 game against the Saints on Dec. 12.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Placed on COVID list

    The Jets have placed Cole on their reserve/COVID-19 list, Brian Costello of the New York Post reports. Cole is coming off an outing in which he recorded two receptions for 24 yards in the Jets 21-14 victory over Houston. He saw extra time on the field due to Corey Davis (groin) being sidelined. The 28-year-old will now need to pass the league's COVID protocols before getting clearance to return.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Two catches with Davis out

    Cole caught both of his targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 21-14 win over Houston. Cole saw modest involvement, even with Corey Davis (groin) unavailable. His depth role in an up-and-down Jets offense limits Cole's fantasy appeal.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Has spectacular TD called back

    Cole caught three of five targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 34-31 win over the Bengals. Cole thought he had made a spectacular catch to score a 12-yard touchdown in the final minute of the first half that conjured memories of Odell Beckham's 2015 touchdown against the Cowboys, only to watch the play get wiped out after a review concluded he failed to secure possession inbounds. Outside of that moment, Cole didn't make much of his increased role with Corey Davis (hip) sidelined, but he the veteran wideout could get another such opportunity if Davis doesn't heal up in time to return Thursday against the Colts.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: One catch in Week 7 loss

    Cole caught one of two targets for six yards in Sunday's 54-13 loss to the Patriots. Outside of a 92-yard performance in the Jets' Week 4 win over the Titans, Cole has just 74 receiving yards this season. Cole's depth role on one of the league's least effective offenses rarely translates to fantasy success.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Two catches in London

    Cole caught two of three targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Falcons. Cole actually came just seven receiving yards short of Corey Davis' team-leading total, as the Jets struggled to move the ball through the air. He was on the field for 31 of New York's 56 offensive snaps, trailing Davis and slot receiver Jamison Crowder but notably finishing ahead of rookie Elijah Moore (23). New York's Week 6 bye will present further opportunities to integrate Moore into the offense, and it wouldn't be surprising to see Moore's playing time climb at Cole's expense once the team returns to action.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Piles up 92 yards

    Cole caught three of four targets for 92 yards in Sunday's 27-24 overtime win over the Titans. Cole was more involved with fellow wide receiver Elijah Moore (concussion) sitting this one out. The veteran wideout tied tight end Ryan Griffin for third on the team in targets with four, but Cole made the most of his opportunities. He caught a perfectly placed 54-yard pass from quarterback Zach Wilson in the third quarter before adding catches of nine and 29 yards in overtime.
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  • Jets' Keelan Cole: Not targeted against Patriots

    Cole (knee) wasn't targeted in Sunday's 25-6 loss to New England. Cole suited up after missing the season opener, but his lack of involvement suggests he's still feeling the effects of his knee injury. If Cole's able to increase his practice participation in the upcoming week, he'll likely be more involved in the game plan against the Broncos in Week 3.
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