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AFC West Standings

Team Div Overall
0-0-0 2-1-0
1-0-0 1-2-0
0-0-0 1-2-0
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2023 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 7 78 11.1 0 24

Top Noah Gray News

  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Dealing with illness

    Gray (illness) will not practice Wednesday, Matt Derrick of reports.

    Gray still has a few days to recover before the team's Week 4 contest with the Jets, but he can currently be considered questionable for the game. If he's unable to play, Blake Bell would likely need to step into a larger workload, while the Chiefs may need to elevate Matt Bushman from the practice squad.

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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Catches three passes

    Gray secured all three of his targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 17-9 win over the Jaguars.

    Gray reeled in three catches for the second-straight week, despite Travis Kelce making his 2023 debut in Week 2. Surprisingly, the third-year tight end's 41 offensive snaps Sunday were just two fewer than that of Kelce, who saw a team-high nine targets in the contest. Gray's role will likely be limited moving forward and should keep him off the fantasy radar in Week 3 when the Chiefs host the Bears.

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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Headed back to No. 2 role

    Gray is set to serve as the Chiefs' No. 2 tight end in Sunday's game against the Jaguars with starter Travis Kelce (knee) listed as questionable but expected to make his season debut, Ed Easton Jr. of USA Today reports.

    While Kelce was sidelined for the Chiefs' season-opening loss to the Lions, Gray stepped into a starting role and played a career-high 87 percent of Kansas City's offensive snaps. Despite the heightened snap count, Gray didn't come close to matching Kelce's usual production as a receiver, recording three catches for 31 yards on five targets. Though Gray often took the field for more than half of the Chiefs' offensive snaps in games when Kelce was available last season, the former often served as a blocker or tertiary option in the passing game. With Kelce back in the fold Week 2, Gray can probably be counted on for only two or three targets.

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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Expected to start for injured Kelce

    Gray is expected to serve as the Chiefs' starting tight end for Thursday's game against the Lions with Travis Kelce (knee) inactive for the contest, Sports Radio 810 WHB Kansas City reports.

    The Chiefs have Blake Bell and practice-squad call-up Matt Bushman available as additional options at tight end, but Gray is listed second on the depth chart and should thus be first in line to fill in for Kelce, who will miss his first game since Week 16 of the 2021 season. Gray technically already has nine other NFL starts to his name, but Thursday's contest should represent the most prominent opportunity he's had in his three-year career to date. Even while backing Kelce up the past two seasons, Gray has averaged 1.3 targets per contest, but expect the Duke product to pick up at least a couple extra looks from Patrick Mahomes while he represents the Chiefs' top pass-catching option at tight end.

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  • Chiefs' Noah Gray: Serviceable in Week 1 spot start

    Gray brought in three of five targets for 31 yards in the Chiefs' 21-20 loss to the Lions on Thursday night.

    Gray drew the start for Travis Kelce (knee), but it was fellow tight end Blake Bell who scored a touchdown between the two fill-ins. However, Gray tied for second in receptions and third in receiving yards on the night for the Chiefs, who used an all-hands-on-deck approach in their attempt to make up for Kelce's absence. The third-year pro took a sizable step forward in his production in 2022 with a 28-299-1 line on 34 targets, so Thursday's production could be somewhat indicative of what could be another incremental bump in volume in the new season, even when Kelce is healthy.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-3, 240 lbs
Birthplace: Leominster, MA
Age: 24
School: Duke
Experience: 3