Tyler Kroft
Bengals' Tyler Kroft: No targets Sunday
Tyler Kroft, TE, CIN
9/26/2016
News: Though Kroft started ahead of C.J. Uzomah on Sunday, he didn't receive any targets in the loss to the Broncos, and he was on the field for only four more snaps than Uzomah.

Meanwhile, Tyler Eifert continues to make good progress in his recovery, so any chance Kroft might have had will be gone soon.

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Crockett Gillmore
Ravens' Crockett Gillmore: Doesn't draw a target
Crockett Gillmore, TE, BAL
9/26/2016
News: Gillmore wasn't targeted in Sunday's win over Jacksonville.

Gillmore still has an important part-time role in the Baltimore offense, as he's a better blocker than Dennis Pitta, who has 20 targets over the past two weeks. So long as Pitta stays healthy -- an admittedly shaky proposition -- Gillmore is unlikely to become a major factor in the passing game. And even if Pitta were to suffer another major injury, Maxx Williams' presence might limit Gillmore's targets.

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Delanie Walker
Titans' Delanie Walker: Expected to practice Thursday
Delanie Walker, TE, TEN
9/26/2016
News: Walker (hamstring) is expected to return to practice Thursday.

Walker practice just once last week, getting in a limited showing Thursday before going back to non-participation Friday. The Tennessee passing game unsurprisingly looked woefully undermanned without him Sunday, turning in an ugly performance against the vulnerable Oakland defense. A return for Sunday's game in Houston would seriously boost Marcus Mariota's short-term outlook, though the matchup is dreadful either way.

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Eric Ebron
Lions' Eric Ebron: Records five receptions in Week 3
Eric Ebron, TE, DET
9/26/2016
News: Ebron logged five receptions for 69 yards across eight targets in the Lions' 34-27 loss to the Packers on Sunday.

Ebron finished second on the team in both receiving yards and targets, but it was wideout Marvin Jones who stole the show for the Lions in this one. Consequently, it appears Jones has secured the role as team's clear No. 1 option down the field, leaving the rest of Detroit's receivers seemingly fighting for attention underneath. However, Ebron (6-4, 253) still projects as QB Matthew Stafford's most viable option in the red zone, a role that could prove fruitful on a weekly basis if the Lions are able to move the ball effectively. Next up is a Week 4 matchup against a Bears defense that limited Cowboys TE Jason Witten to two catches for 22 yards in Week 3.

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Larry Donnell
Giants' Larry Donnell: Modest output
Larry Donnell, TE, NYG
9/26/2016
News: Donnell caught three of four targets for 11 yards Sunday.

Donnell is splitting reps with fellow TE Will Tye, mostly catching short passes in Ben McAdoo's offense.

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Will Tye
Giants' Will Tye: Modest output
Will Tye, TE, NYG
9/26/2016
News: Tye caught 3-of-5 targets or 14 yards Sunday. One of the incompletions was an interception on a route which it looked like he stopped prematurely.

Tye and Larry Donnell (four targets) are splitting the receiving duties in roughly equal measure. Neither has much upside.

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Demetrius Harris
Chiefs' Demetrius Harris: Catches two passes in Week 3
Demetrius Harris, TE, KC
9/26/2016
News: Harris corralled two of his three targets in Sunday's game against the Chargers.

Harris continues to sit behind Travis Kelce on the depth chart, but it's unlikely he will have a huge impact in the scorebook even should Kelce go down with an injury.

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Trey Burton
Eagles' Trey Burton: Hauls in two passes in Week 3
Trey Burton, TE, PHI
9/26/2016
News: Burton hauled in two of six passes for 19 yards during Sunday's win against the Steelers.

Inactive in Week 1, Burton has taken on an increased role the past two games in Zach Ertz's (rib) absence, totaling seven catches (on 13 targets) for 68 yards and one touchdown during that stretch. The Eagles' bye week has arrived, though, and head coach Doug Pederson told NJ.com on Monday that he expects Ertz to be available in their next contest at Detroit on Oct. 9. If Ertz is indeed cleared to suit up, Burton could again find himself on the inactive list.

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Dion Sims
Dolphins' Dion Sims: In line to fill in for Cameron
Dion Sims, TE, MIA
9/26/2016
News: Sims (ankle) will likely will start at tight end in place of Jordan Cameron on Thursday against the Bengals.

On the Dolphins' estimated Monday practice report, Sims was listed as limited with an ankle injury, but with Cameron already ruled out this week, we'd expect Sims to play through the issue, though his status is now worth tracking to be sure.

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Austin Seferian-Jenkins
Jets' Austin Seferian-Jenkins: Claimed by Jets
Austin Seferian-Jenkins, TE, TB
9/26/2016
News: Seferian-Jenkins has been claimed off waivers by the Jets, ESPN's Adam Schefter reports.

Seferian-Jenkins was released by the Buccaneers last week after being arrested and charged with DUI, which followed previous questions regarding his mentality in Tampa Bay. However, with the Jets clearly lacking a tight end, picking up the 2014 second-rounder seemingly helps New York address a position of need. Of course, that's only if the 23-year-old can remain available, as he's played just 18 games since entering the league. In those appearances, Seferian-Jenkins totaled just 45 catches (on 81 targets) for 603 yards, but his seven career touchdowns could give quarterback Ryan Fitzpatrick a big-bodied target to help him in the red zone.

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