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Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 3 17 16 0 1
Dec 25, 2023 1 5 5 0
Dec 17, 2023 2 37 32 0 3
Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Gray's played more than half of the offensive snaps in his final eight games with the Chiefs last year and looks like the clear backup to Travis Kelce should an injury happen. While Gray isn't in Kelce's stratosphere as a player, the Chiefs' lack of sure things at wide receiver could still make Gray a worthy stream in the event Kelce misses time. Until then, he can be left on the waiver wire.

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2023 28 305 10.89 2 1 1.00 412.4
2022 28 299 10.68 1 1 1.00 362.1
2021 7 36 5.14 1 0.00 70.4
3y Avg. 18 168 9.33 1 0 0.00 130.8
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Production stagnates in 2023

    Gray finished the 2023 regular season with 28 catches for 305 yards and two touchdowns on 41 targets. While Gray didn't take a step back this season, he didn't really leap forward offensively either, essentially matching his numbers from a season ago. Travis Kelce turns 35 in October and is likely drawing closer to the end of his career, so the Chiefs' brass may evaluate this offseason whether Gray is the future of the tight end position in KC. Gray remains on his rookie deal through the 2024 campaign and will presumably continue to contribute in two-tight end sets next season, assuming the Chiefs don't pursue a tight end in the 2024 NFL Draft. Kelce has indicated he doesn't intend to retire anytime soon and remains under contract through 2025, so Gray doesn't have a clear path to upgraded playing time next season either.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Nabs three passes

    Gray gathered in three of four targets for 17 yards during Sunday's 25-17 win against the Bengals. Gray continues to see work alongside Travis Kelce at tight end in two-tight end sets, but he hasn't reeled in more than three passes in a game this year. He has just two touchdowns on the ledger. He hasn't compiled more than 38 receiving yards in a game this year, leaving him well off the fantasy radar in leagues besides ones potentially holding him in deep dynasty formats, where he could gain value should Kelce elect to retire after the 2023 campaign. That said, Gray could see slightly heightened value in Week 18 if the Chiefs, who are locked into the No. 3 seed in the AFC, elect to rest Kelce and some of the other veterans.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Records three receptions

    Gray played 30 of the Chiefs' 60 snaps on offense and finished with three catches for 30 yards on three targets in Sunday's 31-17 win over the Raiders. Gray failed to record a reception for the first time all season in the Chiefs' Week 11 loss to the Eagles, but he was able to bounce back nicely in Kansas City's come-from-behind win over the Raiders. As long as top tight end Travis Kelce is available, Gray is unlikely to rank as anything more than a tertiary option in the Kansas City passing game, though the Duke product does at least see fairly consistent involvement. Gray has drawn between one and five targets in each of his 11 appearances to date.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Notches pair of catches Sunday

    Gray gathered in both of his targets for 21 yards during Sunday's 27-20 victory versus the Vikings. Gray saw an uptick in his playing time this week due to Travis Kelce missing some action during the contest after Kelce suffered an ankle injury midgame. Pending the status of Kelce for Thursday's contest against the Broncos, Gray could be in line for a slightly healthier workload, though that doesn't guarantee a sizable fantasy output.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Ready to go at Jets

    Gray (illness) does not carry an injury designation ahead of Sunday's game at the Jets. After missing practice Wednesday and Thursday with an illness, Gray was a full participant at practice Friday and will suit up for Week 4. His snap count has remained relatively steady even with the return of Travis Kelce, but he's only seen five targets over the past two games.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Dealing with illness

    Gray (illness) will not practice Wednesday, Matt Derrick of ChiefsDigest.com reports. Gray still has a few days to recover before the team's Week 4 contest with the Jets, but he is currently questionable for the game. If he's unable to play, Blake Bell would likely need to step into a larger workload, while the Chiefs may need to elevate Matt Bushman from the practice squad.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Serviceable in Week 1 spot start

    Gray brought in three of five targets for 31 yards in the Chiefs' 21-20 loss to the Lions on Thursday night. Gray drew the start for Travis Kelce (knee), but it was fellow tight end Blake Bell who scored a touchdown between the two fill-ins. However, Gray tied for second in receptions and third in receiving yards on the night for the Chiefs, who used an all-hands-on-deck approach in their attempt to make up for Kelce's absence. The third-year pro took a sizable step forward in his production in 2022 with a 28-299-1 line on 34 targets, so Thursday's production could be somewhat indicative of what could be another incremental bump in volume in the new season, even when Kelce is healthy.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Expected to start for injured Kelce

    Gray is expected to serve as the Chiefs' starting tight end for Thursday's game against the Lions with Travis Kelce (knee) inactive for the contest, Sports Radio 810 WHB Kansas City reports. The Chiefs have Blake Bell and practice-squad call-up Matt Bushman available as additional options at tight end, but Gray is listed second on the depth chart and should thus be first in line to fill in for Kelce, who will miss his first game since Week 16 of the 2021 season. Gray technically already has nine other NFL starts to his name, but Thursday's contest should represent the most prominent opportunity he's had in his three-year career to date. Even while backing Kelce up the past two seasons, Gray has averaged 1.3 targets per contest, but expect the Duke product to pick up at least a couple extra looks from Patrick Mahomes while he represents the Chiefs' top pass-catching option at tight end.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Records longest reception of career

    Gray recorded a 26-yard reception on two targets while playing 25 of the Chiefs' 59 offensive snaps in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Colts. Gray's 26-yard catch and run with less than a minute left in the third quarter marked the longest reception through his first two seasons in the NFL. With snap shares ranging between 42 and 55 percent in each of the three games the Chiefs have played this season, Gray has carved out a larger role than anticipated behind top tight end Travis Kelce. Head coach Andy Reid hasn't been shy about having Gray and Kelce share the field together, but Gray typically functions as a blocker in those scenarios.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Sees uptick in playing time

    Gray compiled a pair of catches for 12 yards on two targets Sunday versus the Steelers. He played a season-high 50 snaps in the contest. Gray saw the biggest boost in his playing time with Travis Kelce (COVID-19 protocols) sitting out and turned in his best effort of the season, albeit to the tune of just two catches for 12 yards. He only figures to be slightly interesting next week if Kelce remains out of commission against the Bengals.
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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Making good initial impression

    Gray has performed well during offseason workouts and could see a significant amount of playing time both occasionally spelling Travis Kelce and playing in two-tight-end sets, Adam Teicher of ESPN.com reports. The Chiefs selected Gray in the fifth round of the 2021 NFL Draft with hopes of grooming him as a potential replacement for the 31-year-old Kelce down the road. It appears he's off to a good start in that regard, and he could be in line for a good amount of work as a rookie if he keeps it up. Gray finished out his 2020 season at Duke with 29 catches for 285 yards and a pair of touchdowns over 10 games.
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