by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com (1:11 am ET) Falcons receiver Harry Douglas manages to catch a touchdown before exiting Thursday's game.
Douglas caught two balls for 14 yards. He hauled in a 3 yard score on the team's first drive of the game. He injured himself with four minutes left in the second quarter, and did not return to the game.
If Douglas can play, he'll take on the Vikings Week 4.
Harry Douglas questionable to return
by Chris Cwik | CBSSports.com (9/18/14) Falcons wide receiver Harry Douglas is questionable to return Thursday against the Buccaneers.
Douglas injured his foot in the second quarter. He was taken to the locker room by trainers shortly after the injury. He is considered questionable to return.
Harry Douglas keeping up in targets
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer (9/14/14) For the second straight game, Falcons wide receiver Harry Douglas tied Roddy White for the second-most targets Week 2 at Cincinnati, finishing with eight, one more than the duo had Week 1 against New Orleans.
Of course, Douglas was more productive in that first game, catching six passes for 69 yards. In this one, he caught four for 38. He, like the rest of the Falcons receiving corps, struggled to pick up yards after the catch -- a stark contrast to Week 1, when they excelled in that area.
Still, Douglas' targets are just another indication he'll remain an integral part of the passing game after breaking out with 1,067 yards in a year when both White and Julio Jones were slowed by injuries last year.
He'll look to keep it going Week 3 against the Buccaneers, who come to town for a Thursday night tilt.
Falcons emphasizing four-receiver look
by Larry Hartstein | CBSSports.com (9/10/14) The Falcons are putting a new emphasis on a four-receiver set featuring Julio Jones, Roddy White, Harry Douglas and Devin Hester, reports ESPN.com. The lineup "worked wonders" against the Saints as Matt Ryan threw for 448 yards in a 37-34 overtime win, the report said.
Atlanta plays with one running back and no tight ends in that formation.
Harry Douglas more than just a third wheel
by Scott White | Senior Fantasy Writer (9/7/14) Even with Julio Jones and Roddy White both at full health for the first time since 2012, Falcons wide receiver Harry Douglas still played a major role in the passing game Week 1 against the Saints, catching six passes for 69 yards. His seven targets tied him with White for second-most on the team.
He was one of several beneficiaries of quarterback Matt Ryan's career-high 448 passing yards. Four receivers had five catches or more. Five had 50 yards or more.
Like Douglas, Jones and White were among both groups, but so was newcomer Devin Hester, who had five catches for 99 yards.
Douglas will do his best not to get lost in the shuffle Week 2 at Cincinnati.
09/19/2014 00:49 Falcons romp to 56-14 win over hapless Buccaneers
ATLANTA (AP) Devin Hester high-stepped into the NFL record book. Matt Ryan had as many touchdown passes as incompletions. Julio Jones made a spectacular over-the-shoulder catch tumbling into the end zone.
This might be the most important season of Harry Douglas' career. After posting career highs across the board in 2013, Falcons coach Mike Smith admitted the team will go in a new direction offensively following the retirement of tight end Tony Gonzalez. One of those directions could mean a jump in playing time for Douglas, who saw 71 percent of the snaps in games Julio Jones was healthy for and 93 percent of the snaps once Jones went down for the season. Stunningly, Douglas totaled 1,067 yards last season on 85 catches but had just three games with at least 10 Fantasy points. Even if he manages to get close to the 133 targets he attained last year, Douglas isn't expected to be a Fantasy dynamo worth considering for regular starts. He's a bench guy -- expect him to get picked with a late-round choice this summer.