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2023 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 38 565 14.9 3 69

Top Michael Wilson News

  • Cardinals' Michael Wilson: Temporarily atop depth chart

    Wilson is part of a thin WR room in Arizona after the team traded Rondale Moore and lost Marquise Brown in free agency, Bo Brack of reports.

    That said, the Cardinals own the fourth overall pick in a draft with three elite wide receiver prospects and might end up having their choice of the three. They also have time to pursue veterans, though journeyman Chris Moore has been the only free-agent addition so far. Wilson came in as a third-round pick last season and started 12 of his 13 games while posting excellent per-target efficiency numbers -- 65.5 percent catch rate, 14.9 YPR, 9.7 YPT -- but his low rate of targets per route (14.1 percent) leaves him as somewhat of a question mark. He's got opportunity and size (6-2, 213) working in his favor, while speed (4.58 40) and age (turned 24 in February) were dings on the prospect profile coming out of Stanford. If nothing else, Wilson seems to be in pretty good position to reprise his role as a starter who doesn't see that many targets.

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  • Cardinals' Michael Wilson: Finishes rookie season on high note

    Wilson gathered in all six targets for 95 yards during Sunday's 21-20 loss to the Seahawks.

    Wilson's yardage total marked a career best for the 2023 third-round pick, but perhaps more promising for the future was the fact he finally seemed to be on the same page with quarterback Kyler Murray. In four previous appearances together this season, the duo connected on just seven of 19 passes for 69 yards and one touchdown. Wilson thus heads into the offseason with a bit of momentum for the 2024 campaign, and he'll end the current season with a cumulative 38-565-3 line on 58 targets, which equates to a healthy 14.9 YPC and 9.7 YPT.

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  • Cardinals' Michael Wilson: Gets back in end zone Sunday

    Wilson gathered in four of six targets for 35 yards and one touchdown during Sunday's 35-31 victory at Philadelphia.

    Since sitting out Weeks 11-13 due to a neck injury, Wilson wasn't on the same page with Kyler Murray over the previous two games, failing to record a catch on seven targets. While he wasn't exactly efficient with his looks Sunday (5.8 YPT), Wilson got back in the end zone for the first time since Week 4 on a five-yard touchdown with 5:26 remaining in the contest. He'll aim to keep things up Week 18 against the Seahawks.

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  • Cardinals' Michael Wilson: To maintain regular role

    Wilson will continue to play a regular role in the Cardinals offense in the final two games of the regular season, especially after Marquise Brown (heel) was placed on injured reserve Friday, Zach Gershman of the team's official site reports.

    Regarding Arizona's rookie class in general Thursday, coach Jonathan Gannon said, "Reps are gold right now for those guys, and they'll take the next step." Speaking of reps, Wilson hasn't lacked for them since the team's Week 14 bye, earning at least an 88 percent snap share the last two contests. Having said that, his lack of a rapport with Kyler Murray is evident, as Wilson has been contained to three catches (on 13 targets) for 34 yards in the three games in which they've both played. With Brown sidelined Weeks 17 and 18, Wilson will attempt to build some momentum going into the offseason while serving as one of the top WRs available to Murray along with Rondale Moore and Greg Dortch.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 6-2, 213 lbs
Birthplace: Simi Valley, CA
Age: 24
School: Stanford
Experience: 2