Fantasy Stats

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Receptions
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Receiving Yards
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Average Yards per Reception
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Receiving Touchdowns
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Rushing Yards
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Average Yards per Rush
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Fantasy Points
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Fantasy Points per Game
2022
2021 7 95 13.57 3 0.00 271.6
2020 53 419 7.91 6 -4 -2.00 794.9
3y Avg. 29 256 8.83 3 0 0.00 433.3

Fantasy News

  • Greg Ward: Joins Philly's practice squad

    Philadelphia signed Ward to its practice squad Monday. Ward was set to miss the entire 2022 campaign after landing on IR at the end of August due to a toe injury, but he was waived with an injury settlement ahead of Week 1. Now that he's healthy, the 26-year-old will look to work his way back to Philadelphia's active roster via a practice-squad deal. Across his first three seasons (40 appearances), the undrafted wideout out of Houston has caught 88 passes for 778 yards and 10 touchdowns.
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  • Greg Ward: Reaches injury settlement

    The Eagles waived Ward (toe) from injured reserve with an injury settlement Friday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Ward was set to miss the remainder of the season after being placed on injured reserve, but he'll now be free to join a new team once fully healthy. The 26-year-old wideout caught 81 of 119 targets for 673 yards and seven touchdowns across his first 23 appearances, but he finished 2021 with just seven catches for 95 yards and three scores across 17 appearances.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Lands on IR

    The Eagles have placed Ward (toe) on their injured reserve, Chris McPherson of the team's official website reports. Ward was originally expected to be waived with an injury settlement, but it looks like both parties were able to come to terms on one. So, he will spend the remainder of the season on the IR unless both parties ultimatley agree on one.
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  • Greg Ward: Expected to be waived/injured

    Ward (toe) is anticipated to be waived with an injury designation by the Eagles on Monday, Aaron Wilson of ProFootballNetwork.com reports. Ward has been sidelined with a toe injury for much of this preseason, likely leading to his removal from Philadelphia's now deep corps of wideouts. The 27-year-old saw both his production (seven catches, 95 yards and three touchdowns) and playing time (234 offensive snaps) plummet in 2021 after he caught 81 passes for 673 yards and seven touchdowns over his first two seasons with the Eagles. Ward is now set to pass through waivers before shifting to injured reserve, should no team opt to claim him.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Still bothered by toe injury

    Ward (toe) isn't practicing Friday, Tim McManus of ESPN reports. Ward's toe injury has lingered through much of August, depriving the wide receiver of valuable practice time as he competes for a spot on the Eagles' roster. He's unlikely to suit up for Sunday's preseason game in Cleveland, though Ward hasn't officially been ruled out at this point.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Misses practice with toe injury

    Ward has missed the last few days of practice with a toe injury, Zach Berman of The Athletic Philadelphia reports. There hasn't been any indication that Ward's injury is a severe one, but he can't afford to lose too much time as he battles for a roster spot in camp. After catching 53 passes in 2020, he hauled in just seven last year, and he's been pushed further down the wideout depth chart by the arrival of A.J. Brown.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Returning to Philadelphia

    Ward agreed to a one-year deal with the Eagles on Tuesday, Zach Berman of The Athletic reports. Ward finished the 2021 campaign with seven catches on 11 targets for 95 yards and three touchdowns across 17 games. The wideout aggravated a back injury during the Eagles' wild-card loss to the Buccaneers, but he's expected to be good to go for the 2022 campaign.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Won't return Sunday

    Ward (back) has been ruled out for the remainder of Sunday's wild-card matchup against the Buccaneers. Ward was limited during Wednesday's practice due to a back issue, and it appears he aggravated it during Sunday's game. He wasn't targeted in the passing attack, so his absence is unlikely to change the Eagles' offensive game plan.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Gets full reps Thursday

    Ward (back) was a full participant in Thursday's practice. The Eagles capped Ward's reps Wednesday while he managed his back issue, but his ability to practice fully Thursday suggests he'll be ready to go for Sunday's wild-card game in Tampa Bay. Ward is coming off a two-catch Week 18 outing in which he played a season-high 57 percent of the snaps in the Eagles' blowout loss to the Cowboys, but that was mostly a byproduct of head coach Nick Sirianni deliberately resting fellow receivers DeVonta Smith and Quez Watkins for most of the second half of the regular-season finale. As such, Ward will likely be in line for a steep drop in playing time for the playoff opener.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Catches both targets in victory

    Ward caught each of his two targets for 35 yards in Sunday's 20-16 win over the Football Team. Ward made just one catch in the first half, but his 27-yarder on the opening drive of the third quarter set up Boston Scott's second touchdown just four plays later. After several weeks of single-digit snaps, the 26-year-old Ward's playing time has trended back upward in two of the last three weeks, as has his involvement in the offense. He could be on tap for even more work in Week 18 against the Cowboys since both teams are already assured of playoff spots and may rest their best players.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Finds paydirt in win

    Ward caught two of his three targets for 28 yards and a touchdown in Tuesday's 27-17 win over Washington. Ward hadn't recorded a catch since Week 4 but was suddenly a factor in this one. His 22 snaps on offense were the most he'd seen combined since Week 8.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Sees highest snap count of season

    Ward played a season-high 30 snaps in Sunday's win over the Lions. Ward saw more of the field thanks to ankle injuries to Jalen Reagor and to a lesser extent J.J. Arcega-Whiteside. Reagor isn't expected to need a long time to recover, but should he miss the Week 9 home matchup against the Chargers, Ward would likely get to line up as Philadelphia's third wide receiver.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Scores in garbage time

    Ward caught one of two targets for a 15-yard touchdown in Sunday's 42-30 loss to the Chiefs. Ward once again saw most of his action with the game already decided, as his touchdown was the last offensive play of the game for either side. His other target came in the first half, but the Houston product still saw just 21 snaps in this one and remains buried on the depth chart.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Targeted for first time this season

    Ward caught his only target for 15 yards in Monday's 41-21 loss to the Cowboys. Ward made his first appearance in the box score this season thanks to garbage time, as there were three minutes left in the game when he finally drew a target. He has yet to play more than 21 snaps in any contest this season.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Still no targets in loss

    Ward was not targeted in Sunday's loss to the 49ers. On the bright side, Ward played 21 snaps on offense, up five from last week. It looks like it will take an injury to one of the Eagles' starting three receivers for him to become relevant in the offense again.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Cedes starting role to Watkins

    Ward is listed as the Eagles' backup slot receiver behind starter Quez Watkins on the team's unofficial depth chart ahead of Sunday's Week 1 matchup with the Falcons. Though he led all Philadelphia pass catchers with 53 receptions and six touchdowns in 2020, Ward finds himself without a starting role heading into Week 1 after the second-year Watkins surpassed him on the depth chart on the heels of an impressive training camp and preseason. The Eagles may have Ward rotate in with Watkins and play in four-wide formations, but it's clear the 26-year-old won't be handling the 70-plus-percent snap shares he frequently took on in 2020.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Likely to make roster

    Ward is likely to make the 53-man roster as the most experienced receiver in camp, Jimmy Kempski of Philly Voice reports. Ward has been on the Eagles' active roster only for the past two seasons, but that is enough to make him their longest-tenured receiver, especially after you factor in his experience on the team's practice squad dating back to 2017. While his 53 catches on 79 targets led the club in 2020, the former college quarterback should take a back seat to DeVonta Smith and Jalen Reagor this season while working out of the slot. The 26-year-old can serve as a backup kick returner as well, adding to his chances of making the squad.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Inks ERFA tender

    Ward signed his exclusive-rights tender with the Eagles on Monday. Ward is now officially under contract with the Eagles, though there was never any doubt about that after the team extended him an ERFA tender in early March. He'll rejoin Philadelphia's receiving corps as a potential starter, in the mix alongside Travis Fulgham, John Hightower and Quez Watkins behind Jalen Reagor (head) as it currently stands.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Improves in second season

    Ward finished the 2020 season with 53 catches on 79 targets for 419 yards and six touchdowns. At the beginning of the year, Ward seemed buried on the depth chart and headed for limited playing time, but by the end of it, he would be the only pass catcher on the team who played in all 16 games. If the Houston product didn't find the end zone, he didn't do much else, however, as he topped 45 yards receiving just twice all season. The 25-year-old is now an exclusive rights free agent, meaning the Eagles will keep him in 2021 as long as they offer him a contract.
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  • Eagles' Greg Ward: Targeted three times in loss

    Ward caught two of his three targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 37-17 loss to the Cowboys. Ward has found the end zone three times over the last four weeks, but he has not produced much when he doesn't score. The 25-year-old has topped 30 yards just once over the past six games, while Quez Watkins has been more productive recently despite playing fewer snaps.
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