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3-3-0 11-6-0
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2023 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 7 87 12.4 1 19
Post Season 1 4 4.0 0 4

Top Charlie Kolar News

  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Shows progress in Year 2

    Kolar finished the regular season with seven catches for 87 yards and a touchdown on nine targets.

    The second-year tight end started to see more playing time after Mark Andrews' leg injury kept him out from Week 11 onward. Kolar is more proficient as a blocker at this stage of his career than his counterpart, Isaiah Likely, who is starting to break out as a pass-catcher. Down the stretch, Kolar averaged 25 snaps per game and caught six of seven targets for 74 yards and a score on 41 routes. With Likely's emergence and Mark Andrews set to return next season (if not sooner), Kolar may be blocked from seeing significant playing time again in 2024. However, if Andrews remains out for the divisional round matchup against the Texans, Kolar could be in line for plenty of snaps.

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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Notches first NFL touchdown

    Kolar caught his lone target for a 19-yard touchdown in Sunday's blowout win over the Dolphins.

    Kolar's 28 snaps on offense marked a season-high and he also scored the first touchdown of his NFL career. In the five games since Mark Andrews was lost for the season, Kolar has caught all three of his targets for 51 yards and a score on 19 routes. Isaiah Likely has established himself as the clear top tight end in Andrews' absence, and Kolar's playing time uptick Sunday was mostly attributable to the lopsided margin on the scoreboard. Kolar may be busy again in Week 18 against the Steelers if the Ravens opt to rest their starters, but he's unlikely to be a major factor once the playoffs get underway.

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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: No targets against Chargers

    Kolar wasn't targeted on 19 snaps in Sunday's 20-10 win over the Chargers.

    There was some debate in fantasy circles as to whether it would be Kolar or Isaiah Likely as the next man up following Mark Andrews' ankle injury. Likely appears to be emphatically ahead of Kolar as it stands, as the former played 73 percent of the snaps and recorded four receptions for 40 yards on six targets Sunday. Kolar has some utility as a blocker, and his collegiate production points to him having useful pass-catching ability, but Likely is clearly a hurdle to him getting on the mainstream fantasy radar. The Ravens will be on a bye before their Week 14 matchup with the Rams.

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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Suits up Sunday

    Kolar (illness) is listed as active for Sunday night's game against the Chargers.

    Kolar approached the contest listed as questionable, but he'll be available to work alongside fellow tight end Isaiah Likely. With Mark Andrews (ankle) on IR and out indefinitely following ankle surgery, Kolar figures to see added snaps in the coming weeks, but it remains to be seen what sort of volume he might see Sunday, with Likely presumably destined to absorb a decent portion of Andrews' target share going forward.

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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Feeling ill

    Kolar missed Friday's practice with an illness and is listed as questionable for Sunday night's game at the Chargers.

    The Ravens will need to sign a tight end or call one up from the practice squad before Sunday if there's real concern about Kolar's availability. He, Isaiah Likely and Mark Andrews (leg) were the only tight ends on the roster as of Friday, with Andrews expected to miss the rest of the season. Kolar played only 12 of Baltimore's 66 snaps on offense last week when Andrews suffered his season-ending injury on the opening drive of an eventual Ravens victory.

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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Notches first reception of season

    Kolar played 12 of the Ravens' 66 snaps on offense and turned his lone target into a 13-yard reception in Thursday's 34-20 win over the Bengals.

    Kolar has played double-digit snaps in four of the Ravens' past five games, but it wasn't until the Week 11 contest that he picked up his first target since Baltimore's season opener. It's no coincidence that both of the two targets Kolar has drawn this season have come in games in which top tight end Mark Andrews either didn't play or exited early due to injury. Andrews was removed from Thursday's contest with fibula and ankle injuries that are likely to result with him landing on injured reserve, so Kolar should have a path to a more prominent role on offense over Baltimore's next four contests. However, Kolar will likely be limited to the No. 2 role at tight end, as Isaiah Likely is expected to step in as Andrews' primary replacement in the starting lineup and could end up dominating the snaps at the position.

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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Won't play Sunday

    Kolar (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's contest against the Steelers.

    Kolar played the last two weeks and saw extended playing time on special teams in Week 4 against the Browns but did not record a stat. Mark Andrews and Isaiah Likely are set to be the tight end options Sunday for quarterback Lamar Jackson.

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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Unavailable Sunday

    Kolar (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's matchup against the Bengals.

    With Mark Andrews unavailable, Kolar played 13 offensive snaps in the season opener but failed to haul in his only target. Andrews has been cleared to suit up in Week 2, leaving Kolar as the odd man out. Isaiah Likely will serve as the top backup behind Andrews.

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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Leads team in receiving yards

    Kolar caught two of three targets for 61 yards in Monday's preseason matchup with Washington.

    The 2022 fourth-round pick worked as Baltimore's top tight end with both Mark Andrews (rest) and Isaiah Likely (undisclosed) held out. Kolar had a nice outing, but so did undrafted rookie Travis Vokolek, who now has a 5-58-2 receiving line through two preseason games. While Kolar is unlikely to lose his roster spot, the Ravens now seem more likely to keep four tight ends. Both should get plenty of snaps in the preseason finale Saturday against Tampa Bay, considering the Ravens have only the four aforementioned TEs on their roster.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-6, 257 lbs
Birthplace: Norman, OK
Age: 25
School: Iowa St.
Experience: 3