NFC East Standings

Team Div Overall
4-2-0 14-3-0
4-2-0 12-5-0
1-4-1 9-7-1
2-3-1 8-8-1

2022 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 11 123 11.2 0 26
Post Season 1 5 5.0 0 5

Top Jack Stoll News

  • Eagles' Jack Stoll: Posts 11 catches in second season

    Stoll finished the regular season with 11 catches for 123 yards and zero touchdowns.

    Stoll's primary value comes as a blocker, which leaves him with little fantasy appeal. He got to spend five games as the team's starting tight end while Dallas Goedert was out with a shoulder injury, but Stoll merely averaged 1.4 catches in those contests. In games in which Goedert was active, Stoll averaged just 0.3 catches.

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  • Eagles' Jack Stoll: Headed for No. 2 tight end role

    Stoll is expected to serve as the Eagles' No. 2 tight end in Saturday's game at Dallas after Philadelphia reinstated Dallas Goedert (shoulder) from injured reserve Tuesday, reports.

    While Goedert was sidelined for the past five games, Stoll played north of 70 percent of the offense snaps each time out, but he contributed just seven receptions for 74 yards on seven targets over that stretch. Goedert should start in his return to action and play the majority of the snaps at tight end, though Stoll should still share the field occasionally with him and operate mostly as a blocker.

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  • Eagles' Jack Stoll: Catches lone target

    Stoll caught one pass for six yards in Sunday's 25-20 win against the Bears.

    Stoll remains a minimal part of the Eagles' game plan even in the absence of Dallas Goedert (shoulder). He was only targeted once all day, as top wideouts A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith vacuumed up a combined 24 targets. Goedert appears to be closing in on a return, which will further shrink Stoll's already negligible fantasy value.

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  • Eagles' Jack Stoll: Pulls in pair of passes

    Stoll caught two passes for 20 yards in Sunday's blowout win over the Giants.

    The Eagles looked Stoll's way just once in the first two games they were without Dallas Goedert (shoulder), but he's now pulled in five receptions on five targets across the last two contests. Fellow tight end Grant Calcaterra also caught a pair of passes and was targeted four times in Sunday's game, however, so Stoll remains far down the list of Jalen Hurts' preferred targets.

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  • Eagles' Jack Stoll: Makes three catches

    Stoll recorded three catches on three targets for 41 yards in Sunday's 35-10 win over the Titans.

    Stoll had his best game since stepping in as the top tight end in the absence of Dallas Goedert (shoulder). He also tallied his first multi-catch performance of the season. The majority of Stoll's production came on a 26-yard reception early in the second quarter, and he also chipped in gains of eight and seven yards. Stoll will serve as the starting tight end in Philadelphia for at least one more game until Goedert is eligible to return from injured reserve.

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  • Eagles' Jack Stoll: Untargeted in 40-point outburst

    Stoll was not targeted in Sunday's 40-33 win over the Packers.

    When a team goes off for 40 points, one would expect the starting tight end to at least do something, but that wasn't the case for Stoll. He's always been more of a blocker than a playmaker, and while he's been thrust into a much larger snap count in the absence of Dallas Goedert (shoulder), that hasn't resulted in a larger share of the offense. Stoll now is averaging just half a target per game in the two weeks Goedert has been out.

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  • Eagles' Jack Stoll: Starts but catches just one pass

    Stoll was the Eagles' primary tight end Sunday against the Colts in the absence of Dallas Goedert (shoulder), but he caught just one pass for seven yards.

    Stoll was unquestionably the tight end the Eagles turned to in Goedert's absence, seeing the field for 55 offensive snaps compared to a combined 28 for Grant Calcaterra and Tyree Jackson. Despite the playing time, Stoll doesn't have anything close to Goedert's skillset as an offensive weapon, and nothing in his usage in the Week 11 win suggests that he'll be a particularly interesting fantasy fill-in until Goedert returns.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-4, 247 lbs
Birthplace: Lone Tree, CO
Age: 25
School: Nebraska
Experience: 3