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2022 3 19 6.33 0.00 10.1
2021 2 21 10.50 2 0.00 142
3y Avg. 2 20 10.00 1 0.00 80.7
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  • Raiders' Jesper Horsted: Not on injury report

    Horsted (concussion) is not on the Raiders' injury report ahead of Sunday's game against the Patriots. Horsted is coming off a two-game absence due to a concussion sustained in Week 12. His full participation at Wednesday's practice indicates he has cleared the league's protocols. Look for him to take on his usual role backing up Foster Moreau at tight end assuming he avoids any setbacks.
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  • Raiders' Jesper Horsted: Out again Thursday

    Horsted (concussion) has been ruled out for Thursday's game against the Rams, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Horsted sustained a concussion during the Raiders' Week 12 matchup in Seattle, and the 25-year-old will ultimately miss his second consecutive contest because of it. Horsted has mainly operated as a special-teams contributor thus far in 2022, so his absence shouldn't greatly alter Las Vegas' game plan Thursday against the Rams.
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  • Raiders' Jesper Horsted: Still dealing with injury

    Horsted (concussion) was listed as a DNP on Monday's estimated practice report, Vincent Bonsignore of the Las Vegas Review-Journal reports. Horsted appears to still be in protocols after suffering a concussion Week 12 against the Seahawks. With the Raiders on a short week following Sunday's win over the Chargers, which Horsted missed, he may have a difficult time gaining clearance and playing Thursday against the Rams.
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  • Raiders' Jesper Horsted: Out against Chargers

    Horsted (concussion) will not play in Sunday's game against the Chargers, Anthony Galaviz of The Fresno Bee reports. No surprise here, as Horsted was unable to practice all week. In his absence, Jacob Hollister will be the primary backup behind Foster Moreau at tight end.
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  • Raiders' Jesper Horsted: Little playing time behind Moreau

    Horsted went without a target across four snaps on offense in Sunday's 25-20 loss to the Colts. Though he's served as the Raiders' No. 2 tight end in each of the past four games while Darren Waller (hamstring) has been sidelined, Horsted hasn't benefited from a dramatic increase in playing time. Horsted has taken no more than five snaps in any of those four contests while Foster Moreau has stepped into a full-time role in the absence of Waller. Moreau hasn't seen his snap share on offense fall below 95 percent in any of the past four weeks.
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  • Raiders' Jesper Horsted: Three catches in primetime loss

    Horsted caught three passes on as many targets for 19 yards in Monday's 30-29 loss to the Chiefs. Horsted quickly became the Raiders' only option at tight end when Darren Waller exited Monday's contest early due to a hamstring injury, with Foster Moreau (knee) also on the shelf. The team's upcoming bye week lends Waller and Moreau additional time to heal ahead of Las Vegas' Week 7 matchup against the Texans, but Horsted could be a part of that offensive game plan if either continues to miss time.
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  • Jesper Horsted: Gets let go

    Horsted (undisclosed) was waived from the reserve/PUP list with an injury settlement Friday, Doug Kyed of Pro Football Focus reports. Horsted was waived Wednesday after a failed physical, then reverted to the PUP list after going unclaimed. Over the past three years, he's appeared in a total of 13 games for the Bears, catching 10 of 13 targets for 108 years and three touchdowns. He'll now look to get healthy and earn another shot within the NFL.
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  • Jesper Horsted: Cut with failed physical

    The Bears waived Horsted (undisclosed) with a failed physical designation Wednesday. Horsted appeared in seven games for Chicago last season and caught two of three targets for 21 yards and two touchdowns. The Bears tendered him a contract for 2022 but have now opted to part ways with him.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Inks tender with Bears

    Horstead signed a one-year contract as an exclusive-rights free agent with the Bears on Tuesday, Brendan Sugrue of USA Today reports. Horsted was tendered by Chicago back in March, and he will now officially return to the team. The depth tight end mostly contributed on special teams last season, handling just six offensive snaps in seven appearances.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Tendered one-year deal

    Horsted was tendered a one-year contract by the Bears on Tuesday, Larry Mayer of the Bears' official site reports. Horsted appeared in seven games for the Bears last season, seeing just six offensive snaps, but he caught two of his three targets for 21 yards and two touchdowns. The 25 year-old has spent two seasons with the Bears after going undrafted out of Princeton. With fellow tight ends Jimmy Graham and Jesse James set to become free agents, Horsted has an opportunity to earn a larger role next season.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Moves to injured reserve

    Chicago placed Horsted on injured reserve Wednesday with an unspecified injury. Horsted was activated from the reserve/COVID-19 list Monday, but he's apparently still dealing with an unrelated issue. The depth tight end appeared in seven games during 2021 and caught two passes for 21 yards, both of which went for touchdowns.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Lands on COVID-19 list

    Horsted (illness) was placed on the reserve/COVID-19 list Wednesday after testing positive for the virus, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports. Horsted, who caught a 19-yard touchdown on the last play of Monday's loss to the Vikings, is the latest Bears player to land in the COVID-19 protocol. Jesse James is also on the reserve/COVID-19 list, but Chicago still has Cole Kmet, Jimmy Graham and J.P. Holtz as its available options at tight end.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Posts second touchdown of season

    Horsted caught a 19-yard touchdown pass in the Bears' 17-9 loss to the Vikings on Monday. With the game out of hand and the clock winding down, the Bears had many of their backups on the field, which led to Horsted catching a touchdown pass on his only target as time expired. He's certainly been efficient this year, as he's caught two of his three targets, with both of his receptions coming in the end zone. It's unlikely he'll have enough of a role in the offense to be considered in the fantasy playoffs.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Healthy scratch for Week 11

    Horstead (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's contest with the Ravens. Horstead has mostly operated on special teams this year, so his absence shouldn't affect the Bears' offensive rotations. J.P. Holtz will likely fill in for Horstead on special teams, while Jesse James operates as the backup to Cole Kmet and Jimmy Graham.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Targeted once in loss

    Horsted failed to catch his lone target in the Bears' 38-3 loss to the Buccaneers on Sunday. Aside from a two-yard touchdown reception two weeks ago, Horsted doesn't have another catch on the year, and unless he moves up the Chicago depth chart, it's unlikely he'll have much fantasy value.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Active in Week 5

    Horsted (knee) is active for Sunday's game against the Raiders, Colleen Kane of the Chicago Tribune reports. Horsted was questionable for the contest with a knee injury even after logging full practices throughout the week. Typically buried on the depth chart, Horsted will serve as the team's third tight end with both Jesse James (personal) and J.P. Holtz (quadriceps) ruled out.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Considered questionable

    Horsted (knee) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Raiders. Horstead logged a full workload at each practice this week, so he is certainly trending in the right direction Sunday. With Jesse James (personal) and J.P. Holtz (quadriceps) sidelined, Horsted would be the No. 3 tight end behind Cole Kmet and Jimmy Graham should he ultimately get the green light.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Three TDs in huge performance

    Horsted caught all five of his targets for 104 yards and three touchdowns in Saturday's preseason win over the Titans. The full extent of the 24-year-old's NFL resume is six games for the Bears in 2019, during which he caught only eight passes, but Horsted looked like Jimmy Graham in his prime Saturday. He displayed exceptional hands in grabbing a 20-yard pass from Justin Fields along the sideline between two defenders in the first half for his initial TD, and then the tight end topped himself in the second half by making a spectacular one-handed catch down the seam on a toss from Nick Foles before turning on the jets for a 54-yard score. In between, he brought home a six-yard touchdown from Foles on a slant route. Holsted still seems like a long shot for a 53-man roster spot given the Bears' depth at TE -- Graham, second-year man Cole Kmet and veteran Jesse James all seem like locks -- but this performance might give the coaching staff something to think about, as his size and skills could allow him to fill the same kind of move tight end/H-back role in Matt Nagy's scheme that Trey Burton turned into 569 yards and six TDs back in 2018.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Not targeted in season finale

    Horsted posted no statistics in the Bears' 21-19 win over the Vikings in Week 17, and he finished the season with eight receptions for 87 yards and a touchdown in five games. Horsted moved into a prominent role over the last six weeks of the season when the Bears lost their top-three tight ends to injuries. During that time, he had one game with more than 20 yards while averaging two targets per contest. He'll enter the last year of his contract with the Bears in 2020, and he'll be expected to compete for a roster spot, though it's unlikely he'll carry much fantasy value unless he soars up the depth chart.
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  • Bears' Jesper Horsted: Snags only target

    Horsted caught one pass for 20 yards in the Bears' 26-3 loss to the Chiefs on Sunday. Horsted has posted exactly one reception in four of his five games this season, and he won't be a player to count on in Week 17 against the Vikings.
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