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Jan 6, 2024 1 23 23 0 2
Dec 31, 2023 1 13 13 0 1
Dec 24, 2023 5 62 16 0 6
Dec 16, 2023 1 6 6 0
Dec 10, 2023 2 17 9 0 1
Player Outlook
Until Granson finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2023 30 368 12.27 1 2 2.00 362.4
2022 31 302 9.74 0.00 241.8
2021 11 106 9.64 0.00 60.4
3y Avg. 21 204 9.71 0.00 120.8
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Targeted once against Texans

    Granson caught his lone target for 23 yards in Saturday's 23-19 loss to the Texans. Granson finished the season in quiet fashion, catching just one pass for the third time in the Colts' last four contests. In 15 appearances this season, the 25-year-old tight end recorded just 30 receptions for 368 yards and one touchdown. The Colts spread out the snaps and targets liberally among their tight ends in 2024, capping Granson's potential to produce consistently meaningful numbers for fantasy purposes. Entering the final year of his contract in 2024, Granson will hope to establish a more prominent role in the Colts' offensive plans, though he could face another threat to his playing time in Jelani Woods (hamstring), who saw plenty of involvement as a rookie in 2022 before having his entire 2023 campaign wiped out by injury.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Just one reception in win

    Granson had one reception for 13 yards on three targets in Sunday's win over the Raiders. Granson played on 35 of the offense's 56 snaps but went out on only 16 routes as the Colts ran the ball with a lead most of the game. Mo Alie-Cox drew the start at tight end and caught two passes, but no tight end was a big factor in the passing game. The Colts continue to divide targets among three or more tight ends heading into the season finale against the Texans.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Week 17 Waiver Priority List

    Granson stepped up in Week 16 at Atlanta with Michael Pittman (concussion) out with five catches for 62 yards on seven targets. We hope Pittman can return in Week 17 against the Raiders, but if he's out again then Granson can be a streaming option in deeper leagues.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Team-high yardage total in loss

    Granson brought in five of seven targets for 62 yards in the Colts' 29-10 loss to the Falcons on Sunday. Granson led the Colts in receiving yards while checking in second in receptions and tying for the runner-up spot in targets as well. The tight end's surprisingly productive day seemed to be largely the byproduct of the absence of pass-catching back Zack Moss (arm) and top receiver Michael Pittman (concussion), although the matchup against a Falcons defense that's given up plenty of production to his position all season didn't hurt his chances. Granson's reception and target tallies were also season highs, but whether he can come close to replicating it in a Week 17 home matchup against the Raiders is highly speculative considering how erratic the Colts' usage of their tight ends has been.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Two receptions in loss

    Granson started at tight end (along with Mo Alie-Cox in a two-TE formation) and had two receptions for 17 yards on four targets in Sunday's loss at Cincinnati. Granson started and played the most snaps among tight ends, but Will Mallory had bigger numbers in the passing game (five receptions for 46 yards). The Colts spread out playing time fairly evenly among tight ends, as Mallory played on 20 of the offense's 62 snaps, while starter Granson played on 24 snaps, Drew Ogletree played on 17 snaps, and Mo Alie-Cox played on 19 snaps (and caught a TD). While Granson is the starter and has five catches his last two games, he's also had two or fewer receptions in seven of 11 games this season.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Has 72 yards receiving in win

    Granson had three receptions for 72 yards on three targets and one carry for two yards in Sunday's overtime win at Tennessee. Granson started at tight end, but Drew Ogletree and Mo Alie-Cox had a similar workload. Granson played 24 snaps on offense, while Ogletree played 28 and Alie-Cox played 24. Will Mallory also logged 13 snaps. All four tight ends went on between 12 to 13 routes. Granson had the most receptions while Mallory had four targets (two receptions). While Granson had the most yardage, it looks like a pretty equal split between four tight ends in the offense. It's hard to forecast any of them having consistent roles in the passing game as a result.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Set to return Sunday

    Granson has cleared the NFL's concussion protocol and is slated to play Sunday against the Panthers. Granson, who last suited up Week 6, is thus slated to reenter the Colts' tight end mix following a two-game absence. In the six contests he's been available for this season, he's caught 16 of his 26 targets for 170 yards and a TD, though in his last outing Oct. 15 versus the Jaguars, the 2021 fourth-rounder hauled in three of his four targets for a season-high 67 yards. In his return to action, however, Granson profiles as a hit-or-miss fantasy option, with fellow TEs Drew Ogletree, Mo Alie-Cox and Will Mallory also available this weekend.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Remains sidelined Thursday

    Granson (concussion) isn't practicing Thursday, James Boyd of The Athletic reports. Granson also missed Wednesday's session, which sets the stage for Friday's practice to loom large with regard to the tight end's chances of playing Sunday against the Saints. He didn't practice at all last week before being made inactive for the Colts' Week 7 loss to the Browns.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Not practicing

    Granson (concussion) isn't practicing Wednesday, Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis reports. Granson didn't practice at all last week and ended up sitting out Sunday's 39-38 loss to the Browns. In his absence, Drew Ogletree picked up most of the snaps at tight end in passing situations but didn't draw any targets. If Granson misses another game this Sunday against New Orleans, more work would be left available for some combination of Ogletree, Mo Alie-Cox and Will Mallory.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Not practicing Friday

    Granson (concussion) remained sidelined at practice Friday, James Boyd of The Athletic reports. Granson didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday, either, and thus is trending toward missing Sunday's game against the Browns. If Granson is ruled out later Friday, Drew Ogletree, Will Mallory and Mo Alie-Cox would be in line to handle the Colts' Week 7 tight end duties.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Not practicing

    Granson (concussion) isn't practicing Thursday, James Boyd of The Athletic reports. Granson has missed consecutive practices since entering concussion protocol after Sunday's 37-20 loss to Jacksonville. An absence for Sunday's matchup with Cleveland would leave more playing time for some combination of Drew Ogletree, Will Mallory and Mo Alie-Cox. The closest match in terms of skill set is Mallory, who has taken 10 of his 20 snaps in the slot this year, whereas Ogletree and Alie-Cox have gotten far more playing time but predominantly as in-line tight ends (84.1 percent of snaps inline for Ogletree, 90.1 percent for Alie-Cox).
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Not practicing

    Granson (concussion) isn't practicing Wednesday, James Boyd of The Athletic reports. Granson entered concussion protocol after Sunday's 37-20 loss to the Jaguars, blighting one of his better performances -- three catches for 67 yards -- so far this season. He's been Indianapolis' tight end of choice in obvious passing situations, of which there were many in the blowout loss this past Sunday. An absence for the Week 7 matchup with Cleveland likely would put Drew Ogletree and/or Will Mallory in a larger role.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Two receptions in win

    Granson had two receptions for nine yards on four targets in Sunday's overtime win at Baltimore. Granson looks like the top receiver among the Indy tight ends, as he had more targets and receptions and went out on more routes than Mo Alie-Cox and Andrew Ogletree. However, none of the tight ends figure prominently in the passing game.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Pop up on injury report

    Granson was added to the Colts' injury report Saturday with a hamstring injury and is listed as questionable for Sunday's matchup against the Texans. Granson started in the Week 1 loss to the Jaguars, tallying four catches and six targets compared to a total of four targets combined for backups Mo Alie-Cox and Andrew Ogletree. If Granson is unable to play, Ogletree and Alie-Cox would likely split the workload, with the former perhaps seeing a few more pass-catching opportunities against a formidable Texans defense.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Four grabs in Week 1 loss

    Granson caught four of six targets for 39 yards in Sunday's 31-21 loss to the Jaguars. The third-year tight end produced a solid start to his season and was the clear top receiving option at his position for the Colts, as Andrew Ogletree (concussion) and Mo Alie-Cox combined for just one catch on four targets. Rookie quarterback Anthony Richardson left late in Sunday's loss with a knee bruise, but whether he or Gardner Minshew are under center for Indianapolis in Week 2, Granson should be a reliable security blanket against the Texans.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Misses another practice

    Granson (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday. Granson missed the past two games and isn't likely to be rushed back for a regular-season finale Sunday against the Texans without any playoff implications. Jelani Woods and Mo Alie-Cox have split snaps at tight end while the 2021 fourth-round pick has sat out the last two weeks.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Fails to practice Wednesday

    Granson (ankle) is listed as a non-participant on Wednesday's estimated practice report. The Colts are merely holding a walk-through session two days after losing to the Chargers, a game Granson sat out due to the ankle concern. Jelani Woods and Mo Alie-Cox split the snaps and routes at tight end, with Woods getting a few more routes and tying for second on the team with five targets. It's possible Woods gets more of the workload this Sunday at the Giants, considering he previously had a big game (eight catches for 98 yards) when Granson was out Week 12 against the Steelers. That said, Woods played less than two-thirds of snaps in both the games Granson missed, still sharing work with Alie-Cox.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Won't play Monday

    Granson (ankle) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Chargers. Granson was unable to practice at any point during Week 16 prep due to an ankle injury, so the Colts' ruling on his status Saturday comes as no surprise. With the second-year pro sidelined for the second time this season, Mo Alie-Cox and Jelani Woods will handle most of the TE reps for Indianapolis on Monday.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Sits out practice with ankle issue

    Granson didn't practice Thursday due to an ankle injury. According to Kevin Bowen of 107.5 The Fan Indianapolis, Granson was also a spectator Wednesday, when the Colts held an unofficial workout following last Saturday's 39-36 overtime loss to the Vikings. Despite the lengthier turnaround for Week 16, Granson hasn't yet moved past the ankle issue, but he'll have two more opportunities to practice leading up to Monday's game against the Chargers. If he's available to play Monday, Granson will be catching passes from his third different quarterback of the season, as interim head coach Jeff Saturday named Nick Foles the team's new starting signal-caller earlier this week.
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  • Colts' Kylen Granson: Inactive Monday

    Granson (illness) inactive for Monday night's game against the Steelers. With Granson out, look for Mo Alie-Cox and Jelani Woods to handle the bulk of the Colts' tight end snaps Week 12, with Nikola Kalinic in reserve. Granson now will target a potential return to action Week 13 versus the Cowboys.
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