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Wide Receiver, Minnesota Vikings

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Draft: 2009 Round 3 (20)
DOB: 1986-08-01 Age: 28

Season Stats
FF Today Default Scoring: Review Scoring
  Receiving Fantasy
Season Team G GS Target Rec Yard Avg TD FFPts FFPts/G
2009 PIT 16 4 72 39 756 19.4 6 116.4 7.3
2010 PIT 16 16 102 60 1,257 21.0 10 189.6 11.9
2011 PIT 16 14 114 72 1,193 16.6 8 173.0 10.8
2012 MIN 15 0 119 64 838 13.1 8 132.5 8.8
2012 (Projected) MIN       66 1,134 17.2 8 168.1  

2015 Outlook
Depth Chart
Wallace’s status entering 2012 appears uncertain as the Steelers 4th year wide receiver has thus far refused to sign his restricted free agent tender which would pay him $2.7-million for the upcoming season. With reports indicating that Wallace and his agent have instead asked the team for a long term contract averaging $14-16-million, the gulf between the parties is clearly huge. Wallace is coming off a solid 2011 campaign where he finished the year with 72 receptions (a career-high), for 1,193 yards and eight touchdowns. While those are solid numbers, he faded down the stretch and averaged a career-low 16.6 yards per reception. Over the final seven games of the season, he caught just 25 of 50 targets for 325 yards and a pair of scores. Despite that late season swoon, Wallace remains perhaps the most feared big play receiver in the game outside of Calvin Johnson and should be considered a mid-tier WR1 on draft day.

Comment: Wallace is expected to report soon but has missed valuable time learning Todd Haley's system.

Fan. Tm. Player
WR1WR1 Mike Wallace
WR2WR2 Charles Johnson
WR3WR3 Jarius Wright
WR4WR4 Cordarrelle Patterson
WR5WR5 Stefon Diggs
WR6WR6 Adam Thielen
Vikings Depth Chart
News From The Past 90 Days
Charles Johnson "picking up where he left off"     -- Wed Jun 24 2:51 pm --

Expected to have a big role in offense
Charles Johnson seemed to have gained some stability for the first time in career last year. The wide receiver emerged as the Vikings No. 1 target last year in his second season, though he didn’t even start the season with the team. “CJ has picked up where he left off in December and he’s having a good spring,” Turner said. Johnson won’t technically be labeled as the No. 1 receiver with the Vikings trading for Mike Wallace from the Dolphins, but he’s expected to have a big role in the offense. (Minneapolis Star Tribune)

FF Today's Take: Johnson's fantasy value took a hit with the signing of Mike Wallace but both should be in the starting lineup come Week 1. Both also have WR2 upside in 2015 with Johnson a slight favorite in PPR leagues, playing the "X" position in Norv Turner's offense.
Zimmer pleased with WR Patterson's offseason     -- Mon May 18 4:00 pm --

HC praised third-year wideout's shape and attention to detail
“(Cordarrelle Patterson) is doing a good job in this offseason. He has been in better shape coming in, and he is doing a better job of running routes, of competing each and every down. I look forward to him coming on and I’m a big fan of his. We’re just trying to get him to realize all the little intricacies you have to do offensively in the NFL in order to be a great player.” (Minneapolis Star-Tribune)

FF Today's Take: Coming off a highly-disappointing season in 2014, Patterson has been generating a lot of early buzz. He'll need to continue drawing similar praise from HC Mike Zimmer and OC Norv Turner in order to have any shot at earning back a starting job since Charles Johnson and Mike Wallace appear entrenched at the moment. Barring a lights-out training camp or an injury to Johnson or Wallace, Patterson appears destined to be a third receiver in Minnesota in 2015.
Dolphins sign WR Greg Jennings     -- Wed Apr 22 6:10 pm --

Two-year deal
NFL Media Insider Ian Rapoport reported Wednesday that Greg Jennings will sign a two-year, $8 million deal with the Dolphins, according to a source informed of the deal. (NFL.com)

FF Today's Take: The Dolphins have overhauled their receiving corps, getting rid of Mike Wallace, Brian Hartline and Brandon Gibson while bringing in Kenny Stills, TE Jordan Cameron and now Jennings. Jennings is familiar with head coach Joe Philbin from their time in Green Bay and should serve as the No.3 receiver in the Dolphins offense behind Landry and Stills. He's in the WR4-5 range for redraft leagues.

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