Jimmy Graham
Saints TE Jimmy Graham scores, looks like old self in Week 9
Jimmy Graham, TE, NO
12:13 AM
News: Saints tight end Jimmy Graham appeared to be back to his old self, scoring his fifth touchdown of the season Thursday night against the Panthers in Week 9.

After a pass interference penalty that brought the team to the 1-yard line, Graham came down with a reception in the end zone for a 1-yard score with three seconds remaining in the first half. He caught five passes for 50 yards and a score at halftime. He only caught two passes the rest of the way and finished with seven grabs for a team-high 83 yards and score on seven targets in a 28-10 victory.

Graham has scored in back-to-back games. He'll look to extend his scoring streak to three at home in Week 10 against the 49ers.

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Greg Olsen
Panthers TE Greg Olsen catches three passes Thursday
Greg Olsen, TE, CAR
10/30/2014
News: Panthers tight end Greg Olsen hauled in just three passes Thursday against the Saints.

Olsen gained 30 yards during the contest. He received just four targets. It's the second straight game where Olsen has struggled in the passing game. He received three targets and had just 16 yards Week 8 against Seattle.

Olsen will look for more Week 10 against the Eagles. 

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Kyle Rudolph
Vikings TE Kyle Rudolph could make his return Week 11
Kyle Rudolph, TE, MIN
10/30/2014
News: Vikings coach Mike Zimmer said Thursday there is a "possibility" tight end Kyle Rudolph (abdomen), who has missed the last five games, could return in Week 11 at Chicago. Rudolph is expected to miss his sixth straight game Week 9 vs. Washington before the Vikings are on their bye Week 10.
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Owen Daniels
Ravens TE Owen Daniels downgraded to did not practice
Owen Daniels, TE, BAL
10/30/2014
News: Ravens tight end Owen Daniels was downgraded to did not practice Thursday after being listed as a limited participant Wednesday. Daniels sat out Week 8 at Cincinnati after undergoing minor knee surgery.

The Ravens are preparing to play the Steelers in Week 9.

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Jordan Cameron
Browns TE Jordan Cameron again sidelined Thursday
Jordan Cameron, TE, CLE
10/30/2014
News: The likelihood of Browns tight end Jordan Cameron playing in Week 9 against Tampa Bay took another hit Thursday when he was again absent from practice.

Cameron sustained his third concussion in just over two years Sunday against Oakland. He is going through league-mandated concussion protocol before he is allowed to return.

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Dion Sims
Dolphins TE Sims down again Thursday with toe ailment
Dion Sims, TE, MIA
10/30/2014
News: A toe injury has again prevented Dolphins tight end Dion Sims from practicing Thursday.

Sims has come on a bit of late with six catches in the last four games combined after snagging one in his first three. His 51-yard performance in Week 8 was a career-high.

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Brett Brackett
Seahawks waive a pair
Brett Brackett, TE, SEA
10/28/2014
News: The Seahawks waived wideout Phil Bates and tight end Brett Brackett, reports the Everett Herald.
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Crockett Gillmore
Ravens rookie TE Crockett Gillmore impresses in first start
Crockett Gillmore, TE, BAL
10/28/2014
News: Ravens rookie tight end Crockett Gillmore earned praise after making his first NFL start Week 8 at Cincinnati. Gillmore replaced Owen Daniels, who had arthroscopic knee surgery Friday, and caught two passes for 23 yards. He played 51 snaps on offense, 10 on special teams.

"He did a good job, made a lot of catches, made some really good blocks," coach John Harbaugh said of Gillmore, per the Baltimore Sun. "He has a lot of potential as a player. He's big, he's physical, moves his feet well.

"I thought he did a great job of finding open spaces in zone coverage, caught the ball, got upfield, got an extra yard or two to get the first down. He did a good job with the communication, didn't have any assignment errors, which is really big for a rookie. Played hard, physical, tenacious."

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Jason Witten
Jason Witten restores order
Jason Witten, TE, DAL
10/28/2014
News: A mostly disappointing season for Cowboys tight end Jason Witten become all the more worrisome for Fantasy owners when backup tight end Gavin Escobar caught two touchdown passes against the Giants in Week 7.

But against the Redskins in Week 8, Witten was back in quarterback Tony Romo's sights, and Escobar was nowhere to be found. The second-year player didn't get a single target, playing only six snaps, while Witten got a season-high eight, playing all 65.

Witten also had a season-high 70 yards and scored his second touchdown this season. Granted, the touchdown came from backup quarterback Brandon Weeden, but Witten's other seven targets all came from Romo.

So were reports of Witten's demise greatly exaggerated? Well, 70 yards is still low for a season high, and the Cowboys are clearly looking to emphasize the running game this year. But if nothing else, you can trust Witten is still the tight end to own in Dallas, making him worth rostering in basically all Fantasy leagues.

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Niles Paul
Timeshare limiting Redskins tight ends
Niles Paul, TE, WAS
10/28/2014
News: The Redskins are making use of both Niles Paul and Jordan Reed, which makes it difficult for Fantasy owners to lean on either at this point.

The players combined for 10 targets in Week 8 against the Cowboys, seven of which went Reed's way, however, that doesn't mean Reed was the bigger part of the offense. Reed actually played just 39 percent of the team's snaps Monday, compared to 57 percent for Paul. That represents a reversal from the previous week, when it was Reed who played the majority of snaps while Paul took a backseat.

Reed has been featured more in the passing game than Paul over the last few weeks, but hasn't exactly lit it up, with just 9 Fantasy points in standard scoring over the last two weeks. With his role still somewhat limited, Reed is no sure-fire must-start Fantasy option at this point. 

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