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Nov 27, 2022 2 23 15 0 2
Nov 20, 2022 1 62 62 1 12
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2022 4 139 34.75 1 9 9.00
2021 0.00 0.00
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Two catches in expanded role

    Atwell caught both of his targets for 23 yards in Sunday's 26-10 loss to the Chiefs. Despite a relatively pedestrian receiving line for the speedy wideout, the two receptions actually doubled Atwell's total on the year. More encouraging for fantasy managers, Atwell was on the field for 28 of the Rams' 54 total snaps on offense, a massive increase over his previous career high of nine snaps Week 5. With Allen Robinson (foot) out for the season and Cooper Kupp (ankle) likely done for the year as well, Atwell should see plenty of time on the field for the remainder of the 2022 campaign, with Brandon Powell, Jacob Harris and Lance McCutcheon (shoulder) sharing tertiary receiving duty behind starters Van Jefferson and Ben Skowronek.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Logs first career TD

    Atwell caught his only target for 62 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 27-20 loss to the Saints. Atwell saw the field for the first time since Week 6 and quickly made an impact, burning down the left sideline past Saints safety Chris Harris for an explosive first-quarter touchdown. Atwell's field-stretching ability and game-breaking speed may force the Rams to give the second-year wideout more time on the field, and with the Rams playing the Chiefs in Week 12, Atwell's big-play prowess may be more necessary than ever in hopes of keeping up with one of the most dynamic offenses in the league.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Healthy scratch Sunday

    Atwell (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Cardinals. Atwell hasn't suited up since Week 6, as last year's second-round selection has yet to find a consistent role with the team. He'll work to earn a chance to suit up again in Week 11 against the Saints.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Scant usage Sunday

    Atwell rushed once for nine yards in Sunday's 24-10 victory against the Panthers. One game removed from his first career catch, Atwell reverted back to his typical usage, with just two snaps on offense. The speedy second-year wideout made the most of his time on the field, ending the first quarter with a nine-yard rush, but Atwell's limited snap share may be completely erased with the impending return of Van Jefferson (knee) after the Rams return from their bye week.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: First career catch Sunday

    Atwell caught one of two targets for 54 yards in Sunday's 22-10 loss to the Cowboys. A week after being a healthy scratch, Atwell made the most of his nine snaps on offense, getting in front of cornerback Trevon Diggs and snagging an over-the-shoulder dime from Matthew Stafford for 54 yards to help set up a Matt Gay field goal. Atwell wouldn't see another target after the big play, but the speedster proved that he has the field-stretching speed that Los Angeles needs with Van Jefferson (knee) on IR. In Week 6, the Rams take on a Carolina squad that just axed head coach Matt Rhule and defensive coordinator Phil Snow, which could provide Atwell with more big-play opportunities before a Week 7 bye.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: First absence of season

    Atwell (coach's decision) is inactive for Monday's game at San Francisco, Gilbert Manzano of The Orange County Register reports. Atwell was available for the Rams' first three contests of the season, failing to haul in either of his targets on 12 offensive snaps. Now that he's donning street clothes Week 4, the team will turn to Brandon Powell and Lance McCutcheon as the reserve wide receivers behind the top trio of Cooper Kupp, Allen Robinson and Ben Skowronek.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Targeted once in win

    Atwell failed to bring in his only target during Sunday's 20-12 win against the Cardinals. Even with Van Jefferson (knee) out for at least the first two months of the regular season after being put on injured reserve. Atwell has failed to earn much of a role on offense, and he was only on the field for three offensive snaps Sunday. Atwell will look to earn his first catch of the season in Week 4 against San Francisco.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: One target in defeat

    Atwell didn't catch his only target in the Rams' 31-10 loss to the Bills on Thursday night. Atwell and Ben Skowronek were expected to be a committee in replacing the production of injured No. 3 wide receiver Van Jefferson (knee), but Atwell took just seven snaps and dropped his only target from Matthew Stafford. Skowronek worked as the No. 3 receiver, with Atwell and Brandon Powell both receiving minimal playing time, and Skowronek was on the field for nearly the entire game on offense and turned six targets into four catches for 25 yards, seemingly relegating Atwell to a clear tier behind Skowronek on the depth chart for now. Atwell will look to see more action in a Week 2 showdown against the Falcons.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Could see additional work

    Atwell and Ben Skowronek will likely see additional reps during Thursday's game against Buffalo with Van Jefferson (knee) ruled out, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. During the preseason, both Atwell and Skowronek worked in a committee of wideouts while Jefferson sat out, and the duo emerged as the top two options to slot in as the No. 3 wide receiver for the Rams, complete with two different skill sets. Offensive coordinator Liam Coen noted that "Tutu is a guy that you look at (as) a little guy, maybe just (a downfield guy), but he knows our offense. He can play a few different positions. He just gives us some flexibility that Ben does, as well, but just in a different way." Skowronek and Atwell will likely split time behind Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson on Thursday, which will make it difficult to trust either player for fantasy outside of extremely deep leagues.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Doesn't see field Saturday

    Atwell (coach's decision) did not play in the Rams' 29-22 preseason win over the Chargers on Saturday night. Jordan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports that head coach Sean McVay, who'd previously stated he wanted to see Atwell get some snaps in the preseason, said after the game he opted not to play the speedster Saturday night because he feels the second-year wideout has shown enough in practice already. The 2021 second-round pick never logged a target over eight games in his rookie campaign, but he could have a meaningful role to open the season if Van Jefferson (knee) is unavailable to begin the campaign.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Backup on depth chart

    Atwell was listed as a backup on the Rams' first unofficial depth chart released Wednesday, Cameron DaSilva of USA Today reports. Ben Skowronek earned the No. 3 wide receiver role on the initial depth chart behind Cooper Kupp and Allen Robinson, but Atwell has impressed during camp, showing off his blazing speed and sure hands during a pair of big plays in this week's practice. One potential hiccup for Atwell could be durability, as he told coaches he weighed 150 pounds, which is 15 pounds lighter than his already tiny official roster playing weight of 165. After missing the latter half of last year with shoulder surgery, Atwell will need to be able to prove he can stay on the field in order to earn the trust of coaches and supplant Skowronek and Van Jefferson (knee) on the depth chart to start the regular season.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Competing for a role

    Atwell is part of a group of players currently serving as the No. 3 wide receiver while Van Jefferson misses time due to knee surgery, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. Atwell's biggest asset as a receiver is his blistering 4.35 speed, which matches one of Jefferson's best attributes. Atwell is very undersized at 5-foot-9, 155 pounds, however, and missed more than half of the 2021 season due to shoulder surgery, which likely puts him behind Ben Skowronek in the current pecking order, with Jacob Harris and Brandon Powell also jockeying for playing time. The Rams are giving Atwell the opportunity to perform in a variety of routes during training camp, however, so the possibility of a carved out role for the 2021 second-round pick is there if Jefferson's recovery from surgery is slower than expected.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Improves during minicamp

    Atwell (shoulder) participated in June minicamp and managed to earn praise from teammates Matthew Stafford and Cooper Kupp, ESPN.com reports. Atwell, a 2021 second-round pick, had his rookie campaign limited to just eight appearances before he had to undergo shoulder surgery. Since the undersized wideout's return to the practice field this offseason, though, Stafford noted that "everything" Atwell does appears "much more intentional." As a rookie, Atwell handled a key role on special teams and as a kick returner, but he was limited to just 10 offensive snaps. Though Kupp, Allen Robinson and Van Jefferson are cemented as the Rams' top wideout trio, Atwell could earn more chances to contribute in four-wide sets Year 2.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Placed on IR

    Atwell (shoulder) has been officially placed on IR. Per Stu Jackson of the Rams' official site, Atwell will need season-ending surgery to address a shoulder issue. Atwell -- who the Rams took with the 57th overall pick in the 2021 NFL Draft -- thus finishes his rookie campaign with 10 punt returns for 54 yards and five kick returns for 87 yards in eight games. Once he recovers from his surgery, the speedy Louisville product will set his sights on carving out a role in the team's offense in 2022.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Requires season-ending surgery

    Atwell will undergo season-ending surgery on his shoulder and be placed on injured reserve, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports. The rookie second-round pick appeared set for a larger role with DeSean Jackson recently requesting a trade, but Atwell went down with a serious shoulder injury during Sunday's win over the Texans. Atwell should move to injured reserve within the next couple days and will finish his rookie campaign without a catch in eight games.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Might not return Sunday

    Atwell (shoulder) is questionable to return Sunday at Houston, Gary Klein of the Los Angeles Times reports. Atwell had played just 10 offensive snaps this season before Sunday's contest, so his potential absence shouldn't affect many fantasy rosters.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Losing playing time

    Atwell played a single offensive snap and didn't see the field on special teams during Sunday's 28-19 win over Detroit. While scarce playing time is nothing new for Atwell, it was fellow rookie Ben Skowronek returning kicks for the Rams on Sunday, and not Atwell. Fantasy settings where either Atwell or Skowronek are factors are probably few and far between, but this is still a minor development of note.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Only two snaps in NFL debut

    Atwell wasn't targeted on his two offensive snaps and didn't play on special teams during Sunday's 34-14 win over Chicago. It was a quiet debut for the rookie, and it's particularly telling that he wasn't utilized in a kick- or punt-returning role. Atwell projects to establish a specialty role in the offense over the course of the season because of his elite speed and game-breaking potential in space. However, it's clear he's not being rushed into action. The Rams have four capable receivers ahead of him on the depth chart, including proven speedster DeSean Jackson.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Pair of grabs in preseason opener

    Atwell secured two of four targets for 21 yards and returned a punt for no gain in the Rams' 13-6 preseason loss to the Chargers on Saturday night. The rookie snared a co-team-high 20-yard reception and tied with several players for third in catches on the night. Atwell is an intriguing but slight speedster that the Rams thought highly enough of to invest a second-round pick in last April, and he'll look to make an impact as a likely No. 5 receiver and special-teams asset this season.
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  • Rams' Tutu Atwell: Activated from COVID list

    The Rams reinstated Atwell from the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday, Lindsey Thiry of ESPN.com reports. The rookie second-round pick, who was placed on the list July 26, will now look to get back into the mix and carve out a role in a Los Angeles receiving corps that also includes Robert Woods, Cooper Kupp, DeSean Jackson and Van Jefferson. Atwell's speed is undeniable, but at 5-foot-9 and 165 pounds, he's extremely slight for the receiver position and may struggle to make a splash as a rookie.
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