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Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 25, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 17, 2023 2 25 22 0 2
Dec 10, 2023 0 0 0 0
Player Outlook
Jennings is a good football player who is unlikely to make a Fantasy impact due to the glut of talent in San Francisco. Leave him on the waiver wire in all but the deepest of leagues; he may need multiple injuries to be Fantasy relevant.

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2023 19 265 13.95 1 0.00 503.8
2022 35 416 11.89 1 0.00 422.6
2021 24 282 11.75 5 0.00 523.3
3y Avg. 30 349 11.63 3 0.00 452.8
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: One reception in NFC Championship

    Jennings (head) caught one of two targets for eight yards in Sunday's 34-31 NFC Championship Game win over the Lions. Jennings had to leave the contest briefly to be examined for a concussion, but he was eventually cleared to return and finished with 22 snaps on offense. The physical wideout even got into an altercation with a Detroit defensive back at one point, but he appears to have escaped the game no worse for wear. Jennings left most of the playmaking to his superstar teammates Sunday, resulting in a forgettable fantasy day when compared to the 5-61-0 fantasy line he netted in the divisional-round win over the Packers while helping to replace the injured Deebo Samuel. With the 49ers' core at full strength heading into Super Bowl Sunday, Jennings should find himself with another light target count in the final game of the 2023 season.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Questionable to return

    Jennings is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Lions due to a head injury, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Jennings delayed the game in the second quarter and is being evaluated for a concussion. Ray-Ray McCloud will be asked to step up if Jennings is unable to return. Jennings was not targeted prior to his exit.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Elevated role after Samuel exit

    Jennings brought in five of six targets for 61 yards in the 49ers' 24-21 divisional-round win over the Packers on Saturday night. Jennings, who'd missed the last three regular-season games due to a concussion, ended up as the surprise leader in receptions on the night for the 49ers. Naturally, Deebo Samuel's exit from the game in the first half due to a shoulder injury played a significant role in Jennings' unexpected production, and the fourth-year pro could certainly continue to see expanded opportunity in an NFC Championship Game matchup against either the Buccaneers or Lions on Sunday, Jan. 28 if Samuel remains sidelined.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Won't return in Week 18

    The 49ers have downgraded Jennings (concussion) to out for Sunday's game against the Rams. Jennings showed some progress in his quest through the concussion protocol this week, logging three consecutive limited sessions before the 49ers gave him a questionable tag for Week 18. Saturday's development indicates that he wasn't able to gain clearance from an independent neurologist and thus will miss his third game in a row. With Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk candidates to see limited work Sunday, the likes of Ray-Ray McCloud (ribs, questionable), Chris Conley and Ronnie Bell may end up on the receiving end of many of Sam Darnold's passes.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Draws questionable tag

    Jennings (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Rams, David Lombardi of The Athletic reports. After sitting out the 49ers' last two games while recovering from a concussion, Jennings was able to take the field for practices this week, albeit as a limited participant. According to Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com, Jennings still has one more stage of the five-step concussion protocol to clear, but if he's able to get the green light from an independent neurologist Saturday, he could be able to make his return to the lineup a day later in the 49ers' regular-season finale. San Francisco has already locked up the No. 1 seed in the NFC playoffs and is expected to rest several key players, but Jennings could be in store for something close to or greater than his typical workload if he manages to clear the protocol. Jennings had been serving as the 49ers' No. 3 receiver prior to suffering the concussion, but he hadn't played more than 50 percent of the offensive snaps in any of his last six outings while San Francisco had made liberal use of sets featuring a fullback or two tight ends.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Stays limited Thursday

    Jennings (concussion) practiced in a limited fashion Thursday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. While he maintained his activity level from Wednesday's session, Jennings was seen working without a blue non-contact jersey, per Jennifer Lee Chan of NBC Sports Bay Area, which may be a sign that the wide receiver has nearly made his way through the concussion protocol. Gaining clearance from an independent neurologist will be the final hurdle for the fourth-year pro to play for the first time since Week 15, but Friday's injury report will reveal whether or not Jennings heads into the weekend with a designation for Sunday's contest against the Rams.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Back as limited participant

    Head coach Kyle Shanahan said Jennings (concussion) will be a limited participant at Wednesday's practice, Lindsey Pallares of the 49ers' official site reports. Jennings has missed the past two games while making his way through the concussion protocol. With his first on-field work since suffering the injury on the horizon, he's putting himself in a position to return to action Sunday against the Rams. So far, Shanahan has ruled out quarterback Brock Purdy (coach's decision) and running back Christian McCaffrey (calf) for the regular-season finale, but no other skill-position players have been deemed unavailable. In the end, Jennings will need to be cleared by an independent neurologist in order to have a chance to play this weekend.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Not practicing yet

    Jennings (concussion) didn't practice Thursday, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Jennings remains sidelined from any sort of on-field work as he recovers from the concussion that he sustained Week 15 in Arizona. As a result, he appears to be trending toward a second absence in a row Sunday at Washington, which could be confirmed as soon as the 49ers post their final Week 17 injury report Friday.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Has progressed in concussion protocol

    Coach Kyle Shanahan said Saturday that Jennings, who won't play Monday against the Ravens, "has made steps" through the concussion protocol, Nick Wagoner of ESPN.com reports. Jennings came out of last Sunday's victory at Arizona with a concussion, and he wasn't able to practice at all during Week 16 prep, per Lindsey Pallares of the 49ers' official site. Shanahan's comments indicate Jennings may be on the cusp of mixing into drills again, but he'll cede his typical WR reps to Ronnie Bell and Chris Conley behind Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk on Monday.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Not playing Monday

    Jennings (concussion) has been ruled out for Monday's game versus the Ravens, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Jennings made no notable progress through the protocol for head injuries this week after being diagnosed with a concussion following last Sunday's win at Arizona. As a result, he'll miss his second game of the campaign, allowing Ronnie Bell and Chris Conley to handle more WR reps behind the top duo of Deebo Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Sits out practice again Friday

    Jennings (concussion) did not practice Friday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. Jennings remains in concussion protocol, casting doubt about his ability to be cleared ahead of Monday's Week 16 contest versus Baltimore. The third-year wideout consistently logs at least one-third of San Francisco's offensive snaps, though he has just seven catches on 12 targets for 84 yards and a touchdown over the team's past six games. If Jennings can't suit up Monday, Ronnie Bell could be in line for extended opportunities on offense.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: No practice Thursday

    Jennings (concussion) didn't practice Thursday, Cam Inman of The San Jose Mercury News reports. Jennings entered the protocol for head injuries after this past Sunday's win at Arizona. His inability to mix into drills four days later generally isn't a great sign that he's made any progress with the issue, but he at least has an extra day of recovery time as the 49ers prepare for Monday's game versus the Ravens.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Logs 23 snaps on offense

    Jennings had two receptions on as many targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 45-29 win over Arizona. Jennings got involved offensively against the Cardinals after laying a goose egg against another division foe in Week 14. The 26-year-old has only garnered more than four targets just once this season. Jennings' small role leaves him with little fantasy value ahead of next Monday's tilt against the Ravens.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: No catches against SEA

    Jennings failed to haul in his lone target in Sunday's 28-16 win over Seattle. Jennings followed up his best fantasy line of the season (3-44-1) with a bagel against the Seahawks. San Francisco unleashed all four of its offensive stars against the divisional foe Sunday, leaving little work for a role player such as Jennings. The 49ers' slot man has been an afterthought in both games against Seattle this season, generating just one reception for seven yards across both contests. Jennings remains only an option for those in deep leagues when the 49ers visit the Cardinals next Sunday.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: No catches Sunday

    Jennings failed to bring in his lone target in Sunday's 27-14 win over Tampa Bay. Jennings was on the field for 33 percent of the 49ers' offensive plays Sunday, but he still went catch-less for the third time this year. San Francisco has been leaning on its top talent to reignite the team with two convincing wins coming out of the bye week. Unfortunately for Jennings, that has meant little work for he and the rest of the 49ers' role players. The 26-year-old has recorded just one reception over his last three games, which should keep him off of most fantasy radars heading into Thursday's matchup against the Seahawks.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Not targeted in spot-start

    Jennings was in the starting lineup in place of Deebo Samuel (shoulder) on Sunday, but he was not targeted in a 31-17 loss to the Bengals. Jennings finished with no targets, despite being on the field for 50 of San Francisco's offensive snaps (85 percent) for the team's third loss in as many weeks. He wound up playing a larger share of snaps compared to last week's spot start, when he produced his best line of the season (5-54-0). With the 49ers entering a bye in Week 9, there is a good possibility Samuel could return to the starting lineup against the Jaguars on Sunday, Nov. 12. If that happens, Jennings would slide back to his usual slot role when San Francisco returns to action.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Finishes second in receiving Sunday

    Jennings caught two of four targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 19-17 loss to the Browns. Jennings finished as San Francisco's second leading receiver behind Brandon Aiyuk (4-76-0) after Deebo Samuel (shoulder) was forced out after playing just nine snaps Sunday. Jennings didn't see his snap count rise (35 offensive snaps), as Samuel's role was instead filled by the team's No. 4 option Ray-Ray McCloud (44 offensive snaps). A similar scenario unfolded when Aiyuk had to sit out a game earlier this season, confirming that Jennings is unlikely to move above or below his current slot position this season. So, even if Deebo is forced to miss next Monday's tilt against Minnesota, its safe to say that Jennings' role on offense will remain unchanged.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Ready for Week 5

    Jennings (shin) doesn't have a designation for Sunday's game against the Cowboys, Matt Barrows of The Athletic reports. Jennings has a brighter outlook for Week 5 than he had Week 4, when he was listed as doubtful prior to being inactive this past Sunday against the Cardinals. After logging limited practices Wednesday and Thursday, he now has been cleared for game action again. Having said that, Deebo Samuel (knee/ribs) will be available, too, so Jennings will only be the 49ers' third WR behind Samuel and Brandon Aiyuk this weekend. In the first three games of the campaign, Jennings reeled in four of seven targets for 82 yards and no touchdowns.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Limited again Thursday

    Jennings (shin) practiced in a limited capacity Thursday, Eric Branch of the San Francisco Chronicle reports. After not practicing at all last week ahead of a Week 4 absence, Jennings now has a pair of capped sessions under his belt this week. Fellow wide receiver Deebo Samuel (knee/ribs) has operated under the same regimen, so Friday's practice and subsequent injury report will be key to determining the status of the pair ahead of Sunday's showdown with the Cowboys.
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  • 49ers' Jauan Jennings: Unlikely to play Sunday

    Jennings (shin) is listed as doubtful for Sunday's game against the Cardinals. Barring dramatic improvement leading up to Sunday's 4:25 p.m. ET kickoff, Jennings will miss his first game of the season after he sat out all three of the 49ers' practices this week due to the shin injury. Jennings' likely absence should open up more reps at receiver for Ronnie Bell and Ray-Ray McCloud. Both Bell and McCloud could be primed for even larger roles if top wideout Deebo Samuel (knee/ribs) -- who is listed as questionable -- isn't cleared to play.
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