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16 Andrew Hawkins WR
Height/Weight: 5-7/180 | Birthdate: 3/10/1986 | Birthplace: Johnstown, PA, USA | Team: Cleveland | College: Toledo | NFL Experience: 4 | Owned/Started%: 56/22 | Average Draft Position: 160.97
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Andrew Hawkins remaining productive


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(11/16/2014) Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins found the end zone yet again Sunday, in a 23-7 loss to the Texans in Week 11.

Hawkins scored on a 32-yard catch-and-run in the first half, his second touchdown in three games, as well as of the season. He hauled in six of the 13 passes thrown his way otherwise, for 97 yards, leaving him just 3 yards short of his second 100-yard game of the season.

Hawkins is a bit short of the pace needed for a 1,000-yard season, but has been productive more often than not this season. He has at least 70 yards in six of 10 games, and has been targeted at least eight times in all but one game. Hawkins is also have more success finding the end zone recently, which only enhances his Fantasy value.

Hawkins isn't the biggest name at the wide receiver position, but he's getting the job done this season, and should be considered a worthwhile Fantasy option in many leagues down the stretch. 


Browns WR Hawkins has strong effort in Week 11 loss


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/16/2014) Browns diminutive wideout Andrew Hawkins certainly can't be blamed for the Sunday defeat to Houston. He continued to play the role of go-to guy with six catches for 97 yards.

Among those snags was a 32-yard touchdown in which he got wide open downfield and raced into the end zone. Hawkins, whose 13 targets tied teammate Taylor Gabriel for game honors, has 601 yards receiving on 41 catches in just nine games this season.

In the midst of easily his finest year, Hawkins will attempt to bolster those numbers next Sunday in Atlanta.


Quintet of Browns cleared after receiving probable tag


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/16/2014) Five key Browns players designated as probable for their Week 11 game against visiting Houston have received the thumbs-up for action. They are defensive linemen Billy Winn (toe) and Desmond Bryant (wrist), wideout Andrew Hawkins (thigh/knee), center Nick McDonald (calf) and linebacker Barkevious Mingo (shoulder).

Browns beset with injuries heading into Week 11 clash


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/14/2014) The worst news for the Browns is that tight end Jordan Cameron (concussion) is out Sunday against Houston and could be done for the season, and defensive tackle Phillip Taylor (knee) is out for the year. But aside from special teams player Johnson Bademosi (concussion) being ruled out for the game against the Texans, the team is relatively healthy.

An exception could be safety Tashaun Gipson (concussion), who is questionable. The probables are defensive end Desmond Bryant (wrist), wideout Andrew Hawkins (thigh/knee), linebacker Barkevious Mingo (shoulder) and defensive tackle Billy Winn (toe).


Browns WR Andrew Hawkins back at practice Wednesday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/12/2014) Browns top wideout Andrew Hawkins is practicing Wednesday after missing time with thigh and knee issues.

Hawkins, who was sidelined for the Week 10 game against Cincinnati, appears all but set to play Sunday against Houston. He leads the team with 504 yards receiving on 39 receptions, but has scored just one touchdown.


Andrew Hawkins riding a stationary bike Tuesday


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/11/2014) Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins, who missed last Thursday's win in Cincinnati with thigh and knee injuries, is not practicing Tuesday, reports the Akron Beacon Journal. Hawkins rode a stationary bike.

The Browns host the Texans on Sunday.


Browns WR Andrew Hawkins expected to play Week 11


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/10/2014) Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins, who missed last Thursday's win in Cincinnati with thigh and knee injuries, is expected to play Week 11 against Houston, reports ESPN.com. Hawkins leads the team with 39 catches for 504 yards.

Browns list inactives for Week 10


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/6/2014) The Browns have made Jordan Cameron, Andrew Hawkins, Johnson Bademosi, Pierre Desir, Glenn Winston, Robert Nelson and Vinston Painter inactive Week 10 against the Bengals.

Hawkins is the biggest surprise on the list. He was questionable coming into the game due to a foot injury, and was a late scratch. Both Bademosi and Cameron had already been ruled out prior to Thursday. The other four players are healthy scratches. 


Browns WR Andrew Hawkins will not play Week 10


by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com
(11/6/2014) Browns wideout Andrew Hawkins is inactive Week 10 against the Bengals.

Hawkins came into the game questionable due to a leg injury. Hawkins was able to get through team warmups, but it was determined that he would not go. He's the team's leading receiver this season, hauling in 39 receptions for 509 yards. 


Report: Browns WR Andrew Hawkins plans to play Thursday


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/6/2014) Browns diminutive wideout Andrew Hawkins plans on playing Thursday night against Cincinnati, a source has told ESPNCleveland.com. He has been dealing with a thigh/knee issue that has him deemed as questionable.

Hawkins is having a career-year as a starter for Cleveland. He has 39 catches for 504 yards, which puts him on pace for 78 receptions for 1,008 yards on the season. He has been limited to just one touchdown, however.


Trio of Browns listed as questionable for Thursday game


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/5/2014) The Browns have listed wide receiver Andrew Hawkins (thigh/knee) and defensive linemen Billy Winn (toe) and Phillip Taylor (toe) as questionable for the Thursday night game in Cincinnati.

Taylor has not played since Week 5. His return could bolster a run defense that ranks second-last in the NFL.


Browns' Pettine: Andrew Hawkins will be game-time decision


(11/4/2014) Browns coach Mike Pettine told reporters wide receiver Andrew Hawkins will be a game-time decision for Thursday night’s game at Cincinnati. The team listed Hawkins with thigh and knee injuries.

After signing with the Browns during the offseason, Hawkins has started eight games, while producing 39 receptions, 504 yards and one touchdown.


Andrew Hawkins listed as DNP on Monday


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(11/3/2014) Browns receiver Andrew Hawkins would have been a non-participant had the team practiced Monday ahead of Thursday's game in Cincinnati. The team listed Hawkins with thigh and knee injuries.

Hawkins was held to three catches for 34 yards in Sunday's win over Tampa Bay.


Several Browns receivers make plays in Week 9 win


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(11/2/2014) A handful of Browns receivers pitched in to a victory Sunday over Tampa Bay. The most prolific was Miles Austin, who caught three passes for 54 yards, including a huge first down snag for 13 yards over the middle that helped Cleveland ward off an upset.

Also chipping in were Travis Benjamin with two receptions for 52 yards, Andrew Hawkins (3-34), tight end Jim Dray (1-26) and tight end Gary Barnidge (2-16).


Andrew Hawkins on pace for 1,000-yard season


by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com
(10/28/2014) When the Browns signed diminutive receiver Andrew Hawkins in the offseason, he was viewed as a slot receiver and No. 3 option behind Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron, reports ESPN.com. Now Hawkins is Cleveland's leading receiver, on pace for a 1,000-yard season.

"I think he's proven to all of us he can be close to an every-down type of guy," coach Mike Pettine said.

Hawkins caught 12 passes for 200 yards and a touchdown over the past two weeks. He has 36 catches for 470 yards and one score through seven games.


Browns WR Andrew Hawkins remains on roll in Week 8


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2014) Diminutive wideout Andrew Hawkins continued Sunday against Oakland to establish himself as the go-to guy for the Browns.

Hawkins managed game-highs of seven catches and 88 yards, including a 4-yard touchdown snag in the fourth quarter in which he got wide open in the left side of the end zone. Hawkins, who had a 19-yard catch on the team's first play from scrimmage, added a 32-yarder by getting open downfield on the last play of the third quarter. He has 12 receptions for 200 yards over the last two games.

Now on pace for 1,073 yards on the season, Hawkins will seek to keep up the good work when the Browns host Tampa Bay in Week 9.


Andrew Hawkins proves he's here to stay


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/26/2014) Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins has been tough to rely on at times this season, but his recent play should put him back on Fantasy owners' radars.

Hawkins hauled in seven of nine passes thrown his way for 88 yards and a touchdown in Week 8, his first score of the season. It gave him consecutive double-digit Fantasy games for the first time, and makes him an intriguing option moving forward.

Hawkins averaged seven receptions for 81.3 yards on 11 targets in the first three games of the season, and looked like a solid Fantasy option, especially in PPR formats However, he had just three receptions over the next two games, with the low point coming in a zero-catch, zero target Week 6.

We were about ready to bury Hawkins then, but he has come back with a vengeance since. The Browns don't profile as a team that likes to sling the ball around, so there might be weeks where he doesn't factor into the offense much. Still, with at least nine targets in all but one of his games this season, Hawkins is probably worth at least a flier add on waivers this week, since he is only owned in 39 percent of CBSSports.com leagues right now.  


Andrew Hawkins shows he still matters


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/20/2014) Though the Browns offense struggled as a whole Week 7 at Jacksonville, wide receiver Andrew Hawkins made a grand re-entry into the game plan with a season-high 112 yards on five catches. He also led the team with nine targets, giving him at least that many in five of the Browns' six games this season.

Of course, the one time he didn't have that many, he had only two Week 6 against Pittsburgh. Between that game and Week 5 at Tennessee, he had a combined three catches for 26 yards, dropping off the radar in Fantasy after averaging 7.0 caches for 81.3 yards in his first three games.

So now what? Last week, it seemed like an easy call. "Stick a fork in him," my headline read. But clearly, the Browns haven't turned the page on him just yet.

Because he's more of a possession guy in an offense that won't have too many touchdowns through the air, he's still more or less a lost cause in standard leagues. But in points-per-reception leagues, he's at least serviceable. His inconsistencies make him best suited as a bye-week replacement, though.


Browns WR Andrew Hawkins a bright light in dark afternoon


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/19/2014) A meager day for the Browns offensively in Week 7 at Jacksonville had just one offensive standout - and that was diminutive wideout Andrew Hawkins.

Hawkins emerged from a mini-slump, which included getting blanked last week, by leading both teams with 112 yards receiving on five receptions. The highlight was a short pass in which he used his speed to run up the middle for a career-long 65-yard gain. He was targeted nine times in the game.

His 382 yards receiving this year nearly doubles his total from 2013 and puts him on pace for more than 1,000 on the season. He will try to keep up the pace when the Browns host Oakland in Week 8.


Stick a fork in Andrew Hawkins


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/14/2014) Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins was shut out Week 6 against Pittsburgh, going without a catch only a week after disappointing with three catches for 26 yards.

At least in that game, he had his usual share of the targets. In Week 6, he got only two.

Granted, quarterback Brian Hoyer attempted only 17 passes, so no Browns receiver had his usual number of targets. But that's beside the point. The reason you owned Hawkins in Fantasy wasn't because of his big-play ability or red-zone prowess. It was because he was consistent, catching no fewer than six passes for no fewer than 70 yards over the first three weeks. He got a pass in Week 5, but after back-to-back miserable performances, consistency is no longer his calling card.

So outside of deeper points-per-reception leagues -- maybe 16 teams or more -- I'm done with him in Fantasy. 


Andrew Hawkins' role remains the same


by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer
(10/6/2014) After averaging 81.3 receiving yards in his first three games, Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins had only 27 Week 5 at Tennessee, but it wasn't for a lack of trying. Quarterback Brian Hoyer targeted him nine times, most on the team and not a significant drop from the first three weeks, when Hawkins averaged 10.7 targets. The diminutive wide receiver was also on the field plenty -- playing 74 percent of the team's snaps, his second-most this season -- despite the increased contributions from Taylor Gabriel and Travis Benjamin.

So fear not, Hawkins owners. The former Bengal remains Hoyer's high-percentage guy even though they connected on a low percentage of their throws in Week 5. While his lack of big-play potential makes him just a so-so option in standard Fantasy leagues, he remains a strong play in points-per-reception leagues Week 6 against Pittsburgh.


Several Browns pitch in to win in clash with the Titans


by Marty Gitlin | CBSSports.com
(10/5/2014) Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins came down to earth Sunday in Tennessee, pitching in with just three catches on nine targets for 27 yards. He was one of several small contributors to the comeback win.

Another was running back Ray Agnew, who caught his first pass of the year for 12 yards. Fellow running back Terrance West rushed for 31 yards on seven tries while Isaiah Crowell totaled 19 yards on six carries.


What to do if big-time WRs sit out Sunday?


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/3/2014) With Texans receiver Andre Johnson and Calvin Johnson of the Lions game-time decisions for their games this Sunday, Fantasy owners might be left scrambling for a replacement if they are ruled out. Luckily, both players play 1 pm EST Sunday, giving plenty of time for Fantasy owners to find a suitable replacement, if need be.

Some players you might want to look in to as possible fill-ins for the Johnsons are: Giants WR Rueben Randle (74 percent owned) vs. Atlanta; Rams WR Brian Quick (63 percent) at Philadelphia; Browns WR Andrew Hawkins (59 percent) at Tennessee; and Chargers WR Eddie Royal (81 percent) vs. N.Y. Jets. 


Andrew Hawkins looking for first score


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(10/1/2014) Browns wide receiver Andrew Hawkins has been a consistently productive option in the team's passing game so far this season, and will look to keep that going in Week 5 against the Titans.

Hawkins has acquitted himself well so far while serving as the team's No. 1 receiver, with 21 catches for 244 yards through three games. The biggest issue for him has been a lack of red zone productivity, a trend he might have some trouble reversing against the Titans.

Tennessee's defense has allowed just two touchdowns to opposing wide receivers this season, though both came from the No. 1 options in Dallas and Indianapolis in Weeks 2 and 4, respectively. Hawkins will need to make more big plays before Fantasy owners want to trust him, so consider him a risky start for Week 5 until he shows a nose for the end zone. 


Which receivers are worth adding this week?


by Chris Towers | CBSSports.com
(9/30/2014) Chargers wide receiver Eddie Royal has been targeted at least six times in every game so far this season, and his big performance in recent weeks is enough to convince Jamey Eisenberg to put him at the top of his waiver-wire priority list ahead of week five.

Additionally, Jamey tabs Brian Quick of the Rams, Rueben Randle of the Giants, Malcom Floyd of the Chargers and Andrew Hawkins of the Browns rounds out the top five at wide receiver, with Odell Beckham of the Giants, Davante Adams of the Packers and Brandon LaFell of the Patriots possible sleepers.

If you need to clear a spot on your roster for any moves this week, consider parting ways with Kendall Wright, Cecil Shorts (hamstring) and Riley Cooper