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|At 6’6” and 240 lbs, Ladarius Green has the size
and speed combination that make him a real threat to be a big
time fantasy producer in the future. The key word there, however,
Too many fantasy owners fell into this trap in 2014 and still
others will fall into it in 2015. As it stands right now, Green
is not a fantasy option. His lack of usage in the San Diego offense
means that he will not see enough targets to be a weekly starter
even if he does show up with a nice game here or there. At this
point, Green is the tight end version of a fantasy handcuff. If
Antonio Gates goes down, he could be great. But if Gates stays
relatively healthy again, Green isn’t going to see nearly
enough targets to make him fantasy relative.
|Gates wants to stay in San Diego|
Chargers TEs set to be free agents
By: Mike Krueger | Tue Feb 2, 7:00 am
|Antonio Gates spent all 13 years of his NFL career in San Diego. It would be a major upset if there isn't a 14th.
The Chargers want Gates back. He wants to retire a Charger, and all indications are he isn't ready for retirement yet.
"This is the type of team I would love to finish my career with. To make a long story short, I'd love to finish my career here. I know one thing: we're going to fight despite whatever we're going through. We'll see how it goes." (San Diego Union-Tribune)|
FFToday's Take: Gates and Ladarius Green will be unrestricted free agents if they are not re-signed by March 9. Gates was suspended the first four games of 2015 and posted his lowest output since 2003. If's he's back with the Chargers he'll be on the low-end TE1 radar in fantasy drafts this Summer.