Inman is scheduled to visit with the Cowboys this week, Clarence Hill of The Fort Worth Star-Telegram reports.
Inman had 810 yards for the Chargers in 2016 and generally has been efficient with his opportunities, catching 130 of 220 career targets (59.1 percent) for 1,797 yards (8.2 YPT) and eight touchdowns. It helps that most of those targets came from Philip Rivers, but the solid numbers should at least help Inman find work as a No. 4 receiver, which likely would be his calling in Dallas behind Dez Bryant, Terrance Williams and Cole Beasley. The 29-year-old is one of the better wideouts left on the market after the initial rush of free agency.
Inman caught five passes for 94 yards in the Bears' Week 17 loss to the Vikings, and he ended the season with 25 receptions for 343 yards and one touchdown in 12 games in stints with the Bears and Chargers.
Inman had a hot start with the Bears after joining them in Week 10. He posted at least 64 yards in two of his first three games. However, he then had just 66 yards over his next four games before ending the season on a high note with 94 yards in the season finale. As an unrestricted free agent, it's almost certain that he'll latch on somewhere, and with an 810-yard season on his resume in 2016, if he lands in a good situation, he could be a player with a path to becoming a consistent fantasy producer.
Inman hauled in two of four targets for 19 yards in Sunday's 20-3 win over the Browns.
As per usual, the Bears leaned on a run-heavy offensive attack, resulting in none of the team's pass catchers mustering more than six targets on the afternoon. After amassing 13 catches and 195 yards during a three-game span earlier in the second half of the season, Inman looked as though he had emerged as a legitimate No. 1 wideout for the Bears, but he's largely been invisible ever since. In the team's last four contests, Inman has been targeted a total of eight times, catching five balls for 45 yards and a score.
Inman caught one pass for five yards in Saturday's 20-10 loss to the Lions.
Inman's only reception came when the Bears were inside Detroit's 10-yard line; on the next play, Mitchell Trubisky threw a pass in his direction in the end zone that was intercepted. After a strong start in his first four games of the team, he's posted just five yards over his last two games and will be very difficult to trust in the last two weeks of the fantasy season.
Inman failed to see a target in Sunday's 33-7 victory over the Bengals.
Inman's easily been the Bears' most productive receiver in each of the previous four weeks, so it was shocking that he didn't have a single pass thrown in his direction when Mitchell Trubisky threw for 271 yards. After having averaged over seven targets in his first three games with the team, he's been targeted twice over his last two contests, and he now must be considered merely a dart throw as a fantasy option.
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|2015||San Diego Chargers||14||2||1||0||0||0||0||0||0|
|2016||San Diego Chargers||16||0||0||0||0||0||0||0||0|
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