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Jan 6, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 2 19 12 1 7
Dec 24, 2023 2 27 19 0 2
Dec 17, 2023 1 14 14 0 1
Dec 10, 2023 3 35 23 0 3
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Until Jordan finds meaningful playing time, Fantasy managers shouldn't bother adding him to rosters.

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2023 17 219 12.88 2 0.00 423
2022 14 128 9.14 0.00 90.8
2021 20 178 8.90 3 0.00 313.4
3y Avg. 17 153 9.00 2 0.00 191.9
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Targeted once in playoff loss

    Jordan failed to catch his lone target in Houston's 34-10 playoff loss to Baltimore last Saturday. He finished the regular season with 17 receptions on 21 targets for 219 yards and two touchdowns over 14 games. A gifted athlete at tight end, Jordan has never excelled at the blocking responsibilities of the position, which has put a cap on his playing time over his three seasons in Houston. He opened the year third on the depth chart, before he was elevated when Teagan Quitoriano suffered a season-ending groin injury in October. Jordan can make plays, as evidenced by his 76-yard touchdown catch-and-run during a wild-card win over Cleveland, but there's unlikely to be much change in his usage in 2024, the final year of his rookie contract. This season's starting tight end, Dalton Schultz, becomes an unrestricted free agent, but the Texans likely want him back after a year in which he developed chemistry with rookie quarterback C.J. Stroud.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Scores long distance

    Jordan caught his lone target for a 76-yard touchdown in Saturday's 45-14 wild-card win over the Browns. Jordan turned a harmless pass in the flat into the game's longest play and what turned out to be the game-winning score. He's played second fiddle to Dalton Schultz all season, but Jordan is considered the better athlete and capable of breaking away from pursuit as he did on the TD. He played 50 percent of the snaps and provided a threat behind a wideout corps that dealt with injuries. Noah Brown (five snaps) was removed from the game with a shoulder injury, while Robert Woods (15 snaps) returned from a hip issue.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Limited in return to practice

    Jordan (illness) was a limited practice participant Thursday. Jordan increased his practice activity Thursday, after he sat out Wednesday's session entirely while recovering from the illness. If Jordan is able to participate fully in Friday's session, he should be in the clear to serve as the No. 2 tight end behind Dalton Schultz in Sunday's game against the Browns.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Sits out practice with illness

    Jordan didn't practice Wednesday due to an illness. Jordan still has two more chances to get back on the practice field and potentially clear up concern about his availability for Sunday's game against the Browns. Assuming Jordan recovers in time to suit up this weekend, he should remain the team's No. 2 option at tight end behind Dalton Schultz.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Reduced role in Schultz return

    Jordan caught his lone target for 14 yards in Sunday's 19-16 overtime win over Tennessee. Jordan's increased role the last two weeks ended with the return of Dalton Schultz from a hamstring injury. Jordan entered the game having played 75 percent of the offensive snaps the previous two weeks but was back to a normal 25 percent share against Tennessee.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Leading receiver in loss

    Jordan caught three of three targets for 35 yards in Sunday's 30-6 loss to the Jets in Week 14. It's damning with faint praise, but Jordan was Houston's leading receiver Sunday. The achievement is a dubious one as it came on a day when Dalton Schultz (hamstring) and Tank Dell (lower leg) were inactive, and Nico Collins (calf) departed early in the first quarter. Those are team's top three targets. The Texans also lost quarterback C.J. Stroud to a concussion in the fourth quarter, blurring his status for Week 15 against Tennessee. Jordan has caught 12 of 15 targets for 159 yards and one touchdown over 10 games this season, but 99 of those yards have come in the last two games.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Set to fill in for Schultz again

    Jordan is expected to draw another start at tight end Sunday against the Jets with Dalton Schultz (hamstring) ruled out for a second consecutive game, Tyler Greenawalt of USA Today reports. Jordan produced a season-high 64 receiving yards in last week's win over the Broncos, and with Schultz ruled out again, the third-year tight end will have a nice opportunity to build on that performance against the Jets. The Jets enter Week 14 tied with New Orleans for the most touchdowns allowed to tight ends this season (seven).
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Enjoys best game of season

    Jordan caught three of four targets for 64 yards in Sunday's 22-17 win over the Broncos in Week 13. Jordan elevated to the top of the tight end depth chart with Dalton Schultz (hamstring) sidelined and played a season-high 51 snaps. His pass-catching ability has never been questioned, but Jordan does not provide the run-blocking ability to be an every-down player in a lot of offenses. Depending on Schultz's status for Week 14 against the Jets, Jordan could get more opportunities again next week. Additionally, a season-ending injury to Tank Dell (leg) could lead to more targets even if Schultz is ready to go next week.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Week 14 Early Waiver Targets (Add/Drop)

    The Texans suddenly seem to have some needs in the passing game. Tank Dell's season is likely over after a fractured fibula suffered Sunday, and they were already playing without Dalton Schultz (hamstring) in Week 13. Schultz's status moving forward is definitely up in the air, but if the injury lingers, Jordan could continue to be a big part of the game plan after he was second on the team in catches, yards, and targets Sunday. If you need a tight end for Week 14, Jordan could be the one.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: In line for bigger workload

    Jordan is in line for an elevated workload Sunday against the Broncos with Dalton Schultz (hamstring) ruled out for that contest, Jonathan M. Alexander of the Houston Chronicle reports. Schultz wasn't able to practice this week due to a hamstring injury, and with his status now confirmed for Week 13 action, Jordan and Eric Saubert figure to earn increased snap counts in the short term. Through eight appearances this season, Jordan has hauled in six of seven targets for 60 yards and one touchdown, so the bigger workload may not result in added attention from quarterback C.J. Stroud. Still, Saubert has no catches to his name in three games with the Texans in 2023, meaning Jordan likely is the better bet among the two to make a mark in the box score.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Returns to action

    Jordan was not targeted over 15 offensive snaps in Sunday's 21-16 win over the Cardinals in Week 11. Jordan returned to action after missing three games due to a foot injury. He was one of two active tight ends, but Dalton Schultz is the only Houston tight end that matters. Schultz, who scored his fifth touchdown Sunday, is third on the team in targets with 59 and has nearly seven times more targets than the rest of the position group combined.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Can't practice Wednesday

    Jordan (foot) did not participate at practice Wednesday. After missing the Texans' last three games tending to a foot injury, Jordan is now missing Houston's first practice of the new week. Unless he's able to return to practice Thursday or Friday, he'll likely be sidelined in Week 11.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Ruled out for Week 9

    Jordan (foot) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Bucs. Jordan has just five catches for 51 yards and one touchdown behind Dalton Schultz this season. Eric Saubert will fill the Texans' No. 2 tight end duties against Tampa Bay in Week 9.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Not practicing Wednesday

    Jordan (foot) isn't practicing Wednesday, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. Jordan sat out the Texans' Week 8 loss to Carolina while dealing with plantar fasciitis, and the tight end has yet to shake off the injury as Houston begins preparations for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. If Jordan misses another game, Eric Saubert -- whom Houston signed off Dallas' practice squad Tuesday -- will likely serve as the No. 2 tight end behind starter Dalton Schultz.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Could miss time

    Jordan, who did not play in Sunday's 15-13 loss to the Panthers, is dealing with a plantar fasciitis issue in his foot and could miss additional time, Aaron Wilson of KPRC 2 Houston reports. It's unclear when Jordan picked up the foot injury, but it held him out of Friday's practice and ultimately ruled him out for Week 8. He could be a candidate to be placed on the team's IR if he's going to miss extended time.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Won't play Week 8

    Jordan (foot) has been deemed out for Sunday's contest in Carolina. Jordan practiced in limited fashion Wednesday and Thursday before sitting out Friday. That unpromising sequence has resulted in him being ruled out for Week 8. Jordan hasn't gotten more than two targets or played more than 20 percent of Houston's offensive snaps in any game so far this season, so his absence Sunday is unlikely to cause many fantasy waves.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Finds end zone in win

    Jordan caught both of his targets for 13 yards and a touchdown in Sunday's 37-17 win over Jacksonville. He played just 10 snaps, but Jordan provided quarterback C.J. Stroud with another weapon in the red zone. The touchdown was his first since Dec. 12, 2021. The tight end played only special teams in Week 1 but has seen 18 percent of the combined offensive snaps in Weeks 2 and 3.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Plays offense for first time

    Jordan caught both of his targets for 27 yards in Sunday's 31-20 loss to the Colts. Jordan was used on offense for the first time this season after playing special teams only in Week 1. He was third among the position group with 15 snaps, but Jordan is considered a better ball-catcher than No. 2 tight end Teagan Quitoriano. The franchise had high hopes for Jordan when he was drafted in 2021, but the third-year veteran failed to prove he's deserving of a larger role. Dalton Schultz is the clear No. 1 at this point.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: No run on offense

    Jordan played five snaps on special teams in Sunday's 25-9 loss to the Ravens in Week 1. Jordan, who did not play during the preseason due to a hamstring injury, did not get on the field when the offense had the ball. After two seasons in which the organization tried to make Jordan its lead tight end, it looks like they've moved on. Dalton Schultz (62 snaps) and Teagan Quitoriano (22 snaps) are the top two at the position.
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  • Texans' Brevin Jordan: Appears ready to play

    Jordan (hamstring) wasn't listed on Houston's injury report Wednesday ahead of Sunday's game at Baltimore. Despite having to deal with a hamstring injury back in training camp, Jordan seems to be healthy heading into his team's Week 1 game. After giving Dalton Shultz a $9 million contract during the offseason, the Texans have some incentive to funnel targets in that direction at the expense of Jordan.
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