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We view Smith as a No. 2 Fantasy wide receiver worthy of a pick around the 2-3 turn in PPR leagues. In leagues that reward less than one point per catch, he should be drafted no earlier than Round 5. Smith struggled with consistency last year, failing to top 10 Fantasy points in six of his 16 games, but at the end of the season, his production was not far off his breakout 2022 season. Perhaps more concerning is that three of his biggest games came when Dallas Goedert was out. If A.J. Brown and Goedert stay healthy, it may be tough for Smith to deliver value at his ADP. Because he's still just 25 years old and he signed a new deal tying him to this offense in the future, Smith is a borderline WR1 in Dynasty leagues.

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Year rec
Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Rushing Yards
Average Yards per Rush
Fantasy Points
Fantasy Points per Game
2023 81 1066 13.16 7 0.00 1388.6
2022 95 1196 12.59 7 0.00 1528.9
3y Avg. 80 1059 13.24 6 0.00 1327.8
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Signing three-year extension

    Smith agreed to terms Monday to a three-year, $75 million extension with the Eagles, Ian Rapaport of NFL Network reports Smith's extension reportedly includes $51 million guaranteed, though the exact terms remain to be disclosed. That keeps the young wideout linked to Philly through the 2028 season, with Zach Bergman of The Athletic reporting that the team is additionally exercising Smith's fifth-year option. Smith remains in a plus fantasy situation alongside fellow WR A.J. Brown as one of the go-to passing options for quarterback Jalen Hurts along with tight end Dallas Goedert and new running back Saquon Barkley.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Not fretting about extension

    Smith said in a Feb. 8 interview that he isn't too worried about a contact extension, Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. "It's all in God's hands," Smith said. "At the end of the day, extension or not, I'm going to have to come in and do what I have to do." While eligible for a contract extension following his third NFL season, Smith is almost certain to end up under team control through 2025 via the fifth-year option on his rookie contract. The Eagles will need to officially pick up Smith's fifth-year option by May 2. In Smith's case, he'll be earning a fully guaranteed $15.59 million for the 2025 season, which is well below what he would receive on the open market. A holdout would be more likely in 2025 than 2024, though it isn't entirely impossible that he sits out training camp this summer if he's frustrated with his initial extension talks with the Eagles.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Commands 12 targets in loss

    Smith (ankle) hauled in eight of his 12 targets for 148 yards in Monday's 32-9 wild-card round loss to the Buccaneers. Smith was able to return to the field after missing the last game of the regular season with an ankle injury. Fellow star wideout A.J. Brown (knee) was not as fortunate, missing the Eagles' playoff game entirely after injuring his knee Week 18. Smith took advantage of the situation and gobbled up over a third of Jalen Hurts' 35 pass attempts Monday. The end result was a massive individual effort from Smith in a one-sided affair. The 25-year-old finished the regular season recording his second 1,000-yard campaign in as many years. Smith's best work may be ahead of him in 2024 as he prepares to enter the final year of his rookie contract with Philadelphia.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Out this week

    Smith (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game at the Giants, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Smith came out of the Week 17 loss to Arizona with an ankle injury and now will miss a game for the first time in his career. He didn't practice this week, and the Eagles didn't have much incentive to push him with their Week 18 result only mattering for playoff position if the Commanders upset the Cowboys while playing at the same time (4:25 p.m. ET kickoff). Eliot Shorr-Parks of Sports Radio 94 WIP Philadelphia "guessed" Friday that the Eagles will play their healthy starters, or at least most of them, but there is some chance of key players being replaced as the game unfolds if Dallas builds a comfortable lead over Washington in the other NFC East contest.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Not at practice

    Smith (ankle) isn't practicing Friday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Smith has missed three straight practices and is in danger of being inactive for the first time in his NFL career when the Eagles play at New York on Sunday. The game can only impact Philadelphia's playoff seed if the Cowboys lose to Washington, and both NFC games will be played at 4:25 p.m. ET on Sunday.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Still sidelined at practice

    Smith (ankle) officially didn't practice Thursday. Smith so far has missed Wednesday's walkthrough and Thursday's practice this week, giving him one more opportunity to mix into drills ahead of Sunday's game at the Giants. An ankle injury forced him to depart in the fourth quarter of this past Sunday's loss to the Cardinals and also require a walking boot and crutches afterward. As noted by Jeff McLane of The Philadelphia Inquirer, Smith hasn't missed a contest in his three-year career, so his availability this weekend may come down to a game-time call.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Not seen at practice Thursday

    Smith (ankle) wasn't spotted at the media-access portion of Thursday's practice, Brooks Kubena of The Athletic reports. One day removed from not taking part in Wednesday's walkthrough, Smith appears as if he'll log a second consecutive absence, which will be confirmed when the Eagles post their second injury report of Week 18 prep later Thursday. He's tending to a right ankle sprain that forced him to use crutches and wear a walking boot after this past Sunday's loss to the Cardinals, clouding his availability for Sunday's regular-season finale at the Giants.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Still on crutches

    Smith (ankle) was on crutches and wearing a walking boot Monday, Ralph Vacchiano of Fox Sports reports. An earlier report Monday stated that Smith is dealing with only a mild ankle sprain, but the fact that he's still using crutches and a walking boot may suggest otherwise. Head coach Nick Sirianni said, "We'll see," in response to a question about the wideout's availability to suit up Sunday against the Giants, so there's clearly some uncertainty about Smith's status for that contest. The Eagles still can win the NFC East with a Week 18 win and some help, so Smith likely will be on the field for the matchup if he's physically capable of playing.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Injury seemingly not serious

    Smith is likely only dealing with a mild ankle sprain, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Smith was spotted using both crutches and a walking boot after injuring his foot Sunday, and he is set to undergo more tests Monday. However, early indications are his injury is not serious. With the Eagles playing to win the NFC East title Week 18, expect the team to be very cautious with the wideout during practice this week in an effort to make sure he's on the field Sunday against the Giants.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Using crutches, boot after Week 17

    Smith was spotted on crutches with a walking boot on his right foot following Sunday's 35-31 loss to the Cardinals, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Smith may have suffered the injury when he served as the lead blocker for Kenneth Gainwell on a screen in the fourth quarter of Sunday's game. After the play, Smith had difficulty putting weight on his right foot, visited the sideline tent and then went to the locker room. Prior to his exit, he hauled in three of five passes for 30 yards. It's unclear if he's in danger of missing any time, but the Eagles or coach Nick Sirianni likely will touch on Smith's status in due time.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Brings in touchdown Monday

    Smith caught four of five targets for 79 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 33-25 win over the Giants. The third-year wideout was on the other end of a 36-yard TD toss from Jalen Hurts in the second quarter to account for much of his production. Smith has found pay dirt three times in the last five games, posting a 30-404-3 line on 39 targets over that stretch, and he'll look to keep rolling Week 17 against the Cardinals.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Clear for Monday

    Smith (knee) doesn't have a designation for Monday's contest against the Giants. Despite logging just one limited practice (Saturday) during Week 16 prep, Smith will play through his knee issue and avoid missing the first game of his three-year career. He confirmed as much to Zach Berman of The Athletic earlier Saturday, saying, "If I can go, I'm going to go." Smith thus will be facing a Giants defense Monday that has allowed the sixth-most catches (195) to opposing wide receivers in 14 games this season.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Returns to practice

    Smith (knee) returned to practice Saturday, Josh Tolentino of The Philadelphia Inquirer reports. Smith was unable to participate in either of the team's first two sessions of the week leading up to Monday's matchup against the Giants. He's reportedly received extensive treatment on his bone bruise and is pushing hard to suit up for the game. Smith's status could come down to a game-time call as a result, but it was certainly a positive that he was able to get back on the practice field.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Sits out second straight practice

    Smith (knee) isn't slated to practice Friday, Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia reports. Smith has now been a spectator for both of the Eagles' first two Week 16 practices, so he'll likely need to log some on-field reps Saturday to inspire more confidence in his chances of playing Monday versus the Giants. If Smith ends up missing his first game of the season Monday, the Eagles would likely turn to a three-man rotation of Quez Watkins, Olamide Zaccheaus and Julio Jones to pick up reps in two- and three-receiver sets alongside No. 1 wideout A.J. Brown.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Tending to knee issue

    Smith was held out of practice Thursday due to a knee injury. Per Dave Zangaro of NBC Sports Philadelphia, Smith was donning street clothes during the portion of Thursday's session open to the media, and the reason for his absence now is known. There's been no word whether Smith is in danger of sitting out Week 16, but his status bears watching as the Eagles prepare for Monday's game against the Giants.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Full practice Thursday

    Smith (knee) practiced in full Thursday. One day removed from being listed as limited on the Eagles' first injury report of Week 13 due to a knee issue, Smith was able to manage every on-field rep as the team took part in an actual practice. He's thus ready to take on a 49ers defense Sunday that has conceded the seventh-highest catch rate (66.9 percent) to opposing wide receivers this season.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Dealing with knee issue

    Smith was listed as a limited participant on Wednesday's practice estimate due to a knee injury. Smith has yet to miss a game in his three-year career, but he's now dealing with his third health concern of the season. On a positive note, he was able to manage some reps at Wednesday's walkthrough and will have two more chances to get back to full activity by the end of the week. Fellow wide receiver A.J. Brown continues to tend to a thigh injury, so the status of the two bears watching ahead of Sunday's matchup with the 49ers.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Tops century mark in OT win

    Smith caught seven of eight targets for 106 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-34 overtime win over the Bills. The third-year wideout reached triple digits in receiving yards for the first time since Week 2, although Smith got to exactly 99 in two of his last three games coming into Sunday. He also scored for the third time in the last four games, with his 15-yard catch from Jalen Hurts kicking off a wild fourth quarter that saw the two teams combine for 24 points. Smith has a 23-355-3 line on 26 targets over that four-game stretch, giving him plenty of momentum heading into a Week 13 clash with the 49ers that could be an NFC Conference Championship Game preview.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Hauls in fourth TD of season

    Smith caught all three of his targets for 51 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 28-23 win over the Cowboys. The wideout saw a season-low target volume against a tough Dallas secondary, but Smith was still able to make an impact, hauling in a 29-yard TD strike from Jalen Hurts on Philly's first possession of the second half to give the team a lead it didn't relinquish. Heading into the Eagles' bye, Smith is on pace to top 1,000 receiving yards for the second time in his career and has four touchdowns in nine games, but he'll face another stingy group of defenders in a Week 11 Super Bowl rematch against Kansas City.
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  • Eagles' DeVonta Smith: Burns Commanders again in win

    Smith brought in all seven targets for 99 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' 38-31 win over the Commanders on Sunday. Smith saw position mate A.J. Brown put together another standout performance that included a record sixth straight game with 125-plus receiving yards, but the former wasn't too far behind in his Week 8 numbers. Smith finished second in receptions, receiving yards and targets to Brown on the afternoon, and he hit the Commanders for another long touchdown at FedEx Field when he got free down the left side for a 38-yard scoring grab just before the halfway point of the fourth quarter. Smith's score snapped a five-game touchdown drought for the talented third-year wideout, who'll next face an aggressive Cowboys defense in a Week 9 home showdown.
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