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Oct 2, 2022 7 85 24 0 8
Sep 22, 2022 2 41 26 0 4
Sep 18, 2022 4 22 8 1 8
Sep 11, 2022 5 75 31 0 7

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2022 18 223 12.39 1 0.00
2021 60 497 8.28 7 0.00 915.7
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Racks up seven receptions

    Freiermuth secured seven of nine targets for 85 yards during the Steelers' 24-20 loss to the Jets on Sunday. Freiermuth led the Steelers in targets and receptions during Sunday's matchup, and he remained productive in spite of the team's quarterback change at halftime. The 2021 second-rounder has been somewhat inconsistent over the first few weeks of the year, but he's now had at least seven targets in three of the first four games. Regardless of whether Mitch Trubisky or Kenny Pickett starts under center for the Steelers going forward, Freiermuth will likely continue to see plenty of looks in the passing game.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Top DFS Play

    We'll see if Freiermuth's volume returns against a bad Jets defense. Even if it doesn't, Freiermuth has decent touchdown odds in a game that figures to be the Steelers' best offensive output to date.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Held in check Week 3

    Freiermuth brought in two of four targets for 41 yards in the Steelers' 29-17 loss to the Browns on Thursday night. The talented tight end actually finished second in receiving yards for the Steelers on the night, but Freiermuth had been shut out on the stat sheet until Pittsburgh's penultimate drive. Freiermuth did contribute a 26-yard grab, however, establishing a new career high with his third reception of over 20 yards on the season. The Penn State product's target total was a season low, but he'll have a good chance to bounce back while facing an inconsistent Jets defense in a Week 4 home matchup a week from Sunday.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Finds end zone against New England

    Freiermuth hauled in four of seven targets for 22 yards and a touchdown during Sunday's 17-14 loss to the Patriots. Freiermuth was much less efficient against the Patriots after catching five passes for 75 yards during last week's season-opening win over Cincinnati, but he was the only Pittsburgh pass catcher to reach the end zone during Sunday's low-scoring loss in Week 2. The 23-year-old had a late-season surge as a rookie in 2021, and he's gotten off to a hot start to begin the 2022 campaign even though the Steelers' offense has failed to top 200 yards in either of the first two games.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Strong showing in Week 1

    Freiermuth caught five passes on 10 targets for 75 yards in an overtime win against Cincinnati on Sunday. It was a borderline excellent performance by Freiermuth given the mediocre quarterback play of Mitch Trubisky. Freiermuth knows how to read defensive leverage and find weak spots even a bad quarterback can hit, then he plays rugged through contact to make the most of the target. He may not become a top-shelf fantasy option as long as the quarterback play is subpar, but Freiermuth's own abilities are increasingly difficult to question.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Start Him (Lineup Decisions)

    I'd start him over Kmet in non-PPR leagues but probably not in full-PPR leagues. I'd take Freiermuth over Cole Kmet, Irv Smith and Evan Engram
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Another strong preseason showing

    Freiermuth hauled in three passes (on four targets) for 45 yards in Sunday's preseason win over the Lions. Freiermuth has racked up 80 receiving yards on just five receptions through two abbreviated preseason tilts. These stats don't count yet, but those who were hoping for the second-year tight end to build off his solid rookie campaign (497 yards and seven touchdowns) have to be pleased with his performance. Freiermuth will be the primary tight end for whoever head coach Mike Tomlin decides to name starting quarterback prior to the season opener against the Bengals on Sunday, Sept. 11.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Racks up 35 yards

    Freiermuth caught both of his targets for 35 yards in Saturday's preseason win over the Jaguars. Freiermuth saw his first action of the preseason and played the entire first half with both Mitch Trubisky and Kenny Pickett under center. The second-year tight end only caught passes from Pickett, highlighted by a 24-yard gain just before halftime that set up a touchdown. Freiermuth will look to build off a solid rookie season, though he'll be catching passes from a new quarterback while also facing increased competition for targets due to the addition of rookie wide receiver George Pickens.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Not practicing Tuesday

    Freiermuth (hamstring) won't practice Tuesday, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. The same applies to top back Najee Harris (foot) and wideout Chase Claypool (shoulder), with Lolley indicating that none of the injuries to Pittsburgh's key skill players are considered serious. Next up for tight end reps in Freiermuth's absence are Zach Gentry, Kevin Rader and Connor Heyward.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Hamstring issue

    Coach Mike Tomlin revealed Friday that Freiermuth is dealing with a hamstring injury, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Freiermuth was forced out of Thursday's practice early, with what was described as "some lower-body tightness." Now we know that the tight end -- who didn't practice Friday -- is managing a hamstring concern. Next up for practice reps in Freiermuth's absence are Zach Gentry, Kevin Rader and Connor Heyward.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Exits practice early

    Freiermuth (lower body) exited Thursday's practice early, Alan Saunders of Steelersnow.com reports. The report relays that coach Mike Tomlin indicated that the Steelers' top tight end "experienced some lower-body tightness" and will be evaluated further. "We'll exercise that necessary precaution, get him evaluated and not let a small thing become a big thing," Tomlin added. Until Freiermuth is able to return to practice, Zach Gentry, Kevin Rader and Connor Heyward are next up for the team's TE reps.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Racks up 53 yards against Ravens

    Freiermuth brought in six of nine targets for 53 yards in Sunday's 16-13 overtime win over the Ravens. Freiermuth compiled 15 targets across the final two games of the regular season, but he recorded just 75 yards during that time and failed to reach the end zone. He was on the field for 66 percent of the Steelers' offensive snaps in Week 18 and led the team in receiving yards. The rookie established himself as Pittsburgh's top tight end during his first professional season, and he caught 60 of 79 targets for 497 yards and seven touchdowns across 16 appearances. Fellow tight end Eric Ebron (knee) is slated to become a free agent during the offseason, so Freiermuth should further solidify his spot as the team's No. 1 tight end.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Ready for Week 17

    Freiermuth (concussion) doesn't have an injury designation for Monday's game against the Browns, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Freiermuth missed Week 16 due to the concussion but was able to clear the concussion protocol and practice with no limitations this week. The 23-year-old has caught 49 of 64 targets for 422 yards and seven touchdowns in 14 games during his rookie campaign.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Full participant Thursday

    Freiermuth (concussion) was a full participant in Thursday's practice session, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Freiermuth sustained a concussion in Week 15 and was unavailable for last week's loss to Kansas City as a result. However, he made a significant step in his recovery by participating fully in practice Thursday, and it appears as though he'll have a good chance of clearing the concussion protocol ahead of Monday's game against the Browns.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Misses another practice session

    Freiermuth (concussion) didn't participate in Thursday's practice session, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Freiermuth remains in the league's concussion protocol after exiting Sunday's win over the Titans, and he was unable to practice for a second straight day. If he's unavailable for Sunday's Week 16 matchup against Kansas City, Zach Gentry and Kevin Rader would be in line for additional work.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Doesn't practice Wednesday

    Freiermuth (concussion) didn't participate in Wednesday's practice session, Dale Lolley of DKPittsburghSports.com reports. Freiermuth was unable to return to Sunday's win over the Titans after he took a hard hit in the third quarter, and he was placed in the league's concussion protocol after the game. If he hopes to play Sunday against Kansas City, he'll presumably need to return to practice in some capacity Thursday or Friday. If the 23-year-old is unavailable in Week 16, Zach Gentry should serve as the Steelers' top tight end.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Following concussion protocol

    Freiermuth was placed in the NFL's five-step concussion protocol after exiting Sunday's 19-13 win over the Titans with a head injury, Teresa Varley of the Steelers' official site reports. Freiermuth contributed four receptions for 37 yards on four targets before departing. With the rookie tight end now in the concussion protocol, he'll likely be listed as a limited or non-participant when Pittsburgh resumes practicing Wednesday. In order to make himself eligible to play this weekend in Kansas City, Freiermuth will need to resume taking contact in addition to receiving clearance from an independent neurologist.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Suffers possible concussion

    Freiermuth exited Sunday's game against the Titans to be evaluated for a concussion, Brooke Pryor of ESPN.com reports. Freiermuth totaled four catches for 37 yards before leaving the contest during the third quarter. Zach Gentry will work as Pittsburgh's No. 1 tight end while Freiermuth is sidelined.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Bittersweet night in loss

    Freiermuth brought in two of three targets for 32 yards and a touchdown in the Steelers' 36-28 loss to the Vikings on Thursday night. The rookie tight end played a key role in the Steelers' second-half comeback, but his inability to come up with a would-be touchdown grab as time expired also ensured that rally would fall short. Freiermuth got into the end zone from 15 yards out with 4:14 remaining to help bring Pittsburgh within eight points; however, he subsequently was stripped of the ball by Harrison Smith on a perfect throw from Ben Roethlisberger as time expired that would have brought the Steelers within a two-point conversion of sending the game into overtime had he hung on to it. The mixed bag of a night still yielded a decent fantasy performance thanks to the score, Freiermuth's seventh in what has been an impressive rookie campaign. The Penn State product heads into a Week 15 clash with the Titans a week from Sunday having scored six of those touchdowns across his last seven contests.
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  • Steelers' Pat Freiermuth: Totals 26 yards in Week 13

    Freiermuth secured three of four targets for 26 yards and caught a two-point conversion in Sunday's 20-19 win over the Ravens. Freiermuth sustained a concussion in last week's loss to Cincinnati, but he was a full participant in each of the Steelers' three practice sessions this week and didn't appear to be on a snap count against the Ravens, as the rookie was on the field for 73 percent of the team's offensive snaps. Freiermuth has been targeted at least four times in each of the last seven games, and he's brought in 32 of 44 targets for 253 yards and five touchdowns during that time.
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