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Tyler Kroft

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Think it’s time this cat got his own thread.

TE14 on the season in PPR, TE10 on a PPG basis

WK4 - TE2

WK 5 - TE20

WK 7 - TE9

WK 8 - TE11

WK 9 - TE10

2015 3rd round pick - Rutgers

Kroft has 28 targets over the last 6 games & has had a nice floor.

Its possible the Bengals do a one-year deal with Eifert, but I get the sense they’re ready to move on. By seasons end he will have missed 40 games in the last 4 years, and played less than 50% of games since he was a first round draft pick.

Is Kroft the Bengals long term solution at TE?

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Been starting him at flex or TE for a few weeks now. Pretty happy with him. Remains #2 option behind AJ

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Bills TE Tyler Kroft suffered a broken foot on the first day of OTAs.

Coach Sean McDermott said Kroft will undergo surgery on Tuesday, and there is no timetable for his return, although NFL Network's Ian Rapoport estimates the tight end will miss three to four months. Kroft was expected to start after signing a three-year, $18.75 million contract in March, but now his Week 1 availability is up in the air. Lee Smith, Jason Croom, and third-rounder Dawson Knox are next up on the depth chart.

SOURCE: Vic Carucci on Twitter

May 21, 2019, 11:22 AM ET

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Bills coach Sean McDermott said the team has yet to make a decision on TE Tyler Kroft's (foot, active/PUP) status.

Kroft has missed all of training camp and remains without a timetable. He's a candidate to go on reserve/PUP, which would cost him the first six games. With Dawson Knox and Jason Croom still working their way back from injuries, Tommy Sweeney could open the year as Buffalo's No. 1 tight end.

SOURCE: buffalobills.com

Aug 28, 2019, 4:22 PM ET

 

 

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Bills TE Tyler Kroft was forced from Thursday's practice with an ankle injury.

The severity is "not yet known," which of course means the team is concerned it's serious. Kroft had just returned to full practice from a foot issue on Wednesday. He has yet to play this season.

SOURCE: Chris Brown on Twitter

Sep 19, 2019, 2:06 PM ET

 

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