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KENDALL WRIGHT RUMORS

WR Rankings – Week 16

WR Rankings – Week 16 Kendall Wright had his coming out party in week fifteen with twelve catches for 150 yards against the Cardinals. Wright is now up to 85 receptions and 1002 yards on the season and may crack 100 receptions by the time the season is over. Wright is a solid WR2 in standard leagues and has significant WR1 upside in PPR formats. Wright comes in as our 24th ranked...
Via Win My Fantasy League
December 20, 2013  |  Discuss

Kendall Wright is Active

Tennessee rookie receiver Kendall Wright (elbow) is active Sunday against the Dolphins.Fantasy Spin:Wright left last week's game against the Bears with an elbow injury. With 42 catches, he's a decent WR4 in PPR leagues but shouldn't be used in standard formats (zero 100-yard games).
Via Fantasy Football Champs
November 11, 2012  |  Discuss

Kendall Wright Leaves with Elbow Injury

Tennessee rookie receiver Kendall Wright left Sunday's game against the Bears with a right elbow injury. His return is questionable.Fantasy Spin:Wright has caught 40 balls for 351 yards and three touchdown this season and leads the Titans in targets.
Via Fantasy Football Champs
November 04, 2012  |  Discuss

Kendall Wright is emerging as a star for the Titans

Kendall Wright caught four passes for 47 yards and a touchdown versus the Colts in Week 8. Kenny Britt’s loss was Wright’s gain. Two plays after Britt lost a 22-yard touchdown to a pass interference call, Wright made a spectacular toe-dragging catch in tight coverage in corner of the end zone for a 23-yard score. As the Titans’ third receiver, he’s not going to be a recommended...
Via NFL Draft Zone
October 29, 2012  |  Discuss

Scouting Report: Kendall Wright

I'm the next Mighty Mite T... The Wright Choice Kendall Wright WR, Baylor Height 5’10 Weight 190 lbs Scouting Report Speed Wright’s biggest attribute is his speed and his ability to get behind defenses to make big plays in the passing game.  He showed how dangerous he could be on double moves and was nearly impossible to cover one on one.  He has excellent burst and...
Via Juan Elway
April 15, 2012  |  Discuss

The Big 12 Players in Mel Kiper's Latest Mock Draft

The NFL draft is set to get underway April 26th in New York City which means you're going to be inundated with mock drafts between now and then, if you haven't been already. On Wednesday, Mr. NFL draft guru himself, Mel Kiper, released his latest mock draft and for the first time expanded it to include both first and second round projections. For the Big 12, this draft...
Via Turfburner.com
April 04, 2012  |  Discuss

2012 NFL Combine: Robert Griffin III Outruns Kendall Wright

Define irony: A wide receiver that runs slower than his own quarterback. I think that qualifies. Photo Via 2.Baylor.edu Baylor Bears star signal-caller Robert Griffin III was faster than his own receiver Kendall Wright at the 2012 NFL Scouting Combine in the 40-yard dash on Sunday morning. The current Heisman Trophy winner posted unofficial times of 4.38 and 4.41 which topped...
Via Gridiron Grit
February 26, 2012  |  Discuss

Bears Draft Spotlight: WR Kendall Wright

Kendall Wright is one of four wide receivers the Bears could select in the first round of this year’s draft. Let’s break down his all-around game to see if he’s a good fit in the navy and orange.
Via chi.scout.com
February 15, 2012  |  Discuss

Robert Griffin III's Crazy Tipped Touchdown Pass to Kendall Wright Helps Lead Baylor Over Oklahoma

If you're a college football fan and you don't love Robert Griffin III by now, well, then you must be from Norman, Okla. Griffin, the quarterback for Baylor, orchestrated one of the great game-winning drives in Big 12 history and the biggest win in Baylor history to lead the Bears to a 45-38 victory over Oklahoma on Saturday night. The epic drive, which began on Baylor'...
Via NESN.com
November 20, 2011  |  Discuss

Baylor’s Lucky 87-Yard Deflected Touchdown Pass

This is just how Baylor designed the play!!! In this unbelievably lucky highlight, Baylor’s Robert Griffin III attempts to complete a pass to his receiver running a crossing route over the middle. Instead of hauling in this dart, the ball deflects off his receivers hand and ends up 20 yards down field, hitting Kendall Wright in stride, 10 yards away from any of Oklahoma’s...
Via Sweater Punch
November 19, 2011  |  Discuss
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