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Jan 6, 2024 3 23 12 0 2
Dec 31, 2023 1 19 19 1 7
Dec 25, 2023 1 17 17 0 1
Dec 17, 2023 1 15 15 0 1
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Player Outlook
Until Kolar finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2023 7 87 12.43 1 0.00 120.8
2022 4 49 12.25 0.00 42
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  • 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: 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: 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: Inactive versus Bengals

    Kolar is inactive for Sunday night's playoff game against the Bengals. Kolar saw added snaps in the Ravens' regular-season finale last weekend with the team resting Mark Andrews. With Andrews back in the lineup Sunday, Kolar is the odd man out in Baltimore's tight end corps in the team's postseason opener.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Looks good in first extended action

    Kolar played 33 of the Ravens' 75 snaps on offense and finished with four catches for 49 yards on six targets in Sunday's 27-16 loss to the Bengals. After playing just two snaps in his NFL debut in the Ravens' Week 17 loss to the Bengals, Kolar was thrust into a more prominent role in the regular-season finale while top tight end Mark Andrews sat out for rest purposes. Though Isaiah Likely started and stepped in as the Ravens' top option in the passing game (eight catches for 103 yards on 13 targets), Kolar out-produced every other Baltimore pass catcher aside from receiver Sammy Watkins (two catches for 79 yards). While the rookie fourth-round pick out of Iowa State was able to end the regular season on a high note, he'll likely see a steep decline in snaps and could even be a healthy inactive for Sunday's wild-card rematch with the Bengals with Andrews set to return to the lineup.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Kolar (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Jaguars. Kolar will have to wait another week to make his NFL debut. The rookie has been slowly brought back from a sports hernia, as the team continues to ramp up his workload in practice each week. He'll work to earn the chance to debut Week 13 against the Broncos.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Not ready yet

    Kolar (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Panthers, Jamison Hensley of ESPN.com reports. Kolar will have to wait at least one more week to make his NFL debut. The rookie was activated from IR on Nov. 8, but head coach John Harbaugh is still working to ramp up the tight end's activity in practice before he plays in a game.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Officially back from IR

    Baltimore activated Kolar (sports hernia) from its injured reserve list Tuesday ahead of its Week 10 bye. Kolar spent the first nine weeks of his rookie season on the Ravens' injured reserve list with a sports hernia, but with the additional benefit of a Week 10 bye, it seems he should be ready to go for Week 11 versus Carolina. The fourth-rounder out of Iowa State boasts great length and an impressive college stat sheet, but he probably won't see many opportunities as long as Mark Andrews (shoulder) is healthy.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Won't practice this week

    Kolar (sports hernia) won't return to practice this week, Jonas Shaffer of The Baltimore Sun reports. Kolar was placed on injured reserve shortly before the start of the regular season and is eligible to return as early as Week 5. However, the rookie fourth-rounder will need additional time to recover, and it's not yet clear when he'll be able to return to action.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Placed on injured reserve

    The Ravens placed Kolar (sports hernia) on injured reserve Wednesday, Clifton Brown of the Ravens' official site reports. Kolar underwent sports hernia surgery early in camp and will be unavailable to begin the regular season. However, the 23-year-old will be eligible to return after missing a minimum of four games, and he'll attempt to carve out a role behind Mark Andrews, Nick Boyle and Isaiah Likely once he's healthy.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Set to undergo surgery

    Ravens coach John Harbaugh said Thursday that Kolar will receive surgery "early next week" to address a lingering sports hernia injury. Harbaugh added that the surgery will "clean up" a lingering injury that dates back to Kolar's college days with Iowa State, which the rookie tight end seems to have aggravated at some point during the offseason. Harbaugh did not provide an expected timeline for Kolar's return, but he likely will miss significant time this coming preseason. Once fully recovered, the 6-foot-6 tight end should vie for a role behind Mark Andrews, Nick Boyle and possibly even fellow rookie Isaiah Likely.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: May have sports hernia

    Kolar is being evaluated for a possible sports hernia injury, Jeff Zrebiec of The Athletic reports. The Ravens aren't likely to rush the rookie fourth-round pick, as he'd presumably start training camp behind at least Mark Andrews and Nick Boyle on the depth chart. The Ravens also took another receiving-minded tight end in Round 4 (Isaiah Likely) 11 picks after Kolar. Any scenario with rookie-year fantasy value for Likely or Kolar would figure to involve Andrews missing time. It now sounds as if Kolar will miss time this summer.
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  • Ravens' Charlie Kolar: Joins Baltimore

    The Ravens selected Kolar in the fourth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 128th overall. A three-time first-team All-Big 12 tight end, Kolar was a busy pass catcher at Iowa State thanks to his standout athleticism at 6-foot-7, 252 pounds (4.62-second 40, 7.0-second three-cone drill). Nick Boyle remains as Baltimore's clear run-blocking specialist and toolsy Josh Oliver could threaten to earn playing time in the Ravens' run-oriented offense, but it's pretty clear Kolar could fit in some sub packages early on and profiles as a solid receiving specialist in the near future.
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