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Jan 7, 2024 0 0 0 0
Dec 31, 2023 2 11 7 0 1
Dec 24, 2023 2 25 13 0 2
Dec 17, 2023 3 62 37 0 6
Dec 11, 2023 1 1 1 0
Player Outlook
What a difference one offseason can make. In Burks' case, he didn't impress early in OTAs as a rookie from a stamina standpoint before dealing with an injury-plagued rookie season. His second offseason has been the total opposite, with Burks showing up in excellent shape and creating a ton of early OTAs buzz in Year 2. However, Burks' sleeper status took a big hit in July with the signing of DeAndre Hopkins, who pushes Burks down in the pecking order of what's been a low-volume passing attack. His positive outcome could be similar to Corey Davis in 2020 when the former Titan had 65 catches for 984 yards and five touchdowns on 92 targets as the sidekick to A.J. Brown. Round 9 is the earliest you should draft Burks after the Hopkins signing as he should still have the chance to make plays, but his upside is clearly limited.

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2023 16 221 13.81 18 3.60 191.7
2022 33 444 13.45 1 47 11.75 494.5
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Fantasy News

  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Not targeted in season finale

    Burks was not targeted in Sunday's 28-20 win over the Jaguars. Burks was a popular breakout selection throughout the offseason, though he underwhelmed significantly by recording only 16 catches for 221 yards and no touchdowns across 11 games. In part, the depressed numbers were due to a concussion and a knee injury that combined to sideline him for five games. However, Burks made little impact even when he was on the field, as he topped 50 receiving yards in only two games. He'll be entering a pivotal third season and will need to find a way to stay healthy and consistently command targets in Tennessee's offense to break out, though he hasn't shown the ability to do either early in his career.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Another quiet game

    Burks recorded two receptions on three targets for 11 yards in Sunday's 26-3 loss to the Texans. Burks was on the field for 83 percent of snaps, his highest mark since Week 1. However, that didn't translate to increased involvement in the offense, and he's now failed to surpass three targets in any of his five games since returning from a head injury. Held back by injuries and poor quarterback play, Burks has failed to live up to his hype as a breakout candidate during the offseason.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Underwhelms against Seattle

    Burks recorded two catches on three targets for 25 yards in Sunday's 20-17 loss to the Seahawks. Burks was coming off one of his better games of the season in Week 15, but he disappeared once again against Seattle. He was hurt by the Titans' run-heavy game plan, though he still finished fourth on the team in targets but failed to make any explosive plays. Injuries have held Burks in check for what was supposed to be a breakout season, but he'll look to close the campaign strong with divisional matchups against the Texans and Jaguars.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Misses another practice

    Burks (illness) remained sidelined at practice Thursday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Burks also missed Wednesday's session, so the wideout now has one more chance to practice ahead of Sunday's contest against the Seahawks. Friday's injury report will reveal whether Burks approaches Week 16 action with a designation or fully cleared to face Seattle.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Sees uptick in snaps

    Burks recorded one catch on three targets for one yard in Monday's 28-27 win over the Dolphins. Burks saw his role tick up in his second game back from a concussion, as he participated in 65 percent of offensive snaps Monday. However, that didn't translate to more production, and he now has only one catch in two games since returning. Given the lack of reliable pass catchers in Tennessee's offense, it's possible that Burks can increase his production by the close of the regular season, but there's been no sign of that to this point.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Could play more this week

    Head coach Mike Vrabel said Wednesday that he hopes to get more snaps for Burks in Monday's game against the Dolphins, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. After missing three games with a concussion, Burks returned to action for Sunday's 31-28 overtime loss to Indianapolis, finishing without a target on nine snaps. Burks might take playing time away from fellow wide receivers Nick Westbrook-Ikhine and Chris Moore down the stretch, though Vrabel stopped short of saying that's definitely what will happen. The 2022 first-round pick has missed 12 of a possible 29 games in his career, averaging 2.4 catches for 33.3 yards with just one touchdown in 17 appearances.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Limited role in return

    Burks (concussion) was not targeted in Sunday's 31-28 overtime loss to the Colts. Burks returned from a three-game absence but was on the field for only nine offensive snaps. His role will presumably tick back up as he adjusts to game action, though the Tennessee offense has struggled to sustain consistent production for its pass catchers throughout the season.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Practices fully, but listed as questionable

    Burks (concussion) is listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Colts, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Burks, who suffered a concussion Nov. 2 and hasn't played since, was listed as a full practice participant Thursday and Friday, but the wideout still has to gain final clearance from the NFL's protocol for head injuries in order to suit up for Sunday's 1:00 p.m. ET contest. If Burks is able to play Week 13, he'd profile as a hit-or-miss fantasy option, given that prior to being sidelined the 2022 first-rounder logged a modest 8-122-0 line on 18 targets through five games.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Won't play Sunday

    Burks (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Panthers, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Burks last suited up Week 9 and will now miss a third straight contest. His continued absence should lead to increased reps at receiver for Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Chris Moore and Kyle Philips. Burks' next chance to return to action will come Dec. 3 versus the Colts.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Still not practicing

    Burks (concussion) wasn't spotted at practice Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Burks, who has missed the Titans' last two games, still has two more opportunities to take the practice field ahead of Sunday's contest against the Panthers. If Burks remains out this weekend, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Chris Moore and Kyle Philips could continue to see expanded snaps behind No. 1 wideout DeAndre Hopkins.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Won't play against Jaguars

    Burks (concussion) won't play Sunday against the Jaguars, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Burks thus is slated to miss his second straight game and now will target a potential return to action Sunday, Nov. 26 against the Panthers. In his continued absence, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Chris Moore and Kyle Philips are in line to see increased WR snaps behind top option DeAndre Hopkins.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Won't play Sunday

    Burks (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. With Burks ruled out for the contest, DeAndre Hopkins will continue to headline the Titans' receiving corps in Week 10 and will be supported by Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Chris Moore and Kyle Philips. Burks will target a potential return to action Nov. 19 against the Jaguars.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Still not practicing

    Burks (concussion) wasn't spotted at practice Friday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Burks, who didn't practice Wednesday or Thursday, is trending toward missing Sunday's game against the Buccaneers. If he ends up ruled out for the contest, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Chris Moore and Kyle Philips would be in line to see added opportunities behind No. 1 receiver DeAndre Hopkins.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Spotted with team after loss

    Burks (head) was spotted leaving the Titans' locker room following their 20-16 loss to the Steelers, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. Burks took a hard fall along the sideline after a deep target late in the game. He exited on a backboard with an apparently serious injury, so the fact that he was still with the team and walking under his own power is a positive sign. More details about the nature of the injury will likely emerge in the coming days.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Exits on backboard

    Burks exited Thursday's game against the Steelers after taking a hard fall and suffering an apparent head injury, John Glennon of NashvillePost.com reports. Burks was targeted on a deep pass late in the fourth quarter and hit his head on the ground. He was quickly evaluated by medical staff before being put on a backboard and carted off the field. In positive news, Burks has movement in all of his extremities.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Shut out in return

    Burks did not record a catch on two targets in Sunday's 28-23 loss to the Falcons. Burks returned from a three-game absence caused by a knee injury, though he was on the field for only half of Tennessee's offensive snaps. His workload should continue to tick up as the season progresses, though it may not come in a short week for Thursday's matchup against the Steelers.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Practicing this week

    Burks (knee) is taking part in practice Wednesday, Turron Davenport of ESPN.com reports. Burks is back at practice after a Week 7 bye, potentially setting up a return to the lineup for Sunday's game against Atlanta. He hasn't played since Week 3, at which point Ryan Tannehill (ankle) was still healthy and under center. Head coach Mike Vrabel suggested both Will Levis and Malik Willis may get playing time at quarterback this week, with Levis shaping up as the probable starter.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Won't play Sunday

    Burks (knee) won't travel with the Titans for Sunday's game against the Ravens in London, Jim Wyatt of the team's official site reports. With Burks slated to miss his third straight game, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Chris Moore and Kyle Philips are in line for expanded roles at receiver this weekend behind No. 1 wideout DeAndre Hopkins. Burks now will target a potential return to action following the Titans' Week 7 bye, when the team hosts the Falcons on Sunday, Oct. 29.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Remains sidelined Wednesday

    Burks (knee) didn't practice Wednesday, Jim Wyatt of the Titans' official site reports. Burks, who has missed two straight games, now has two more opportunities to get back on the practice field ahead of Sunday's game against the Ravens in London. If Burks remains out this weekend, Nick Westbrook-Ikhine, Chris Moore and Kyle Philips would be in store for expanded roles at receiver behind No. 1 wideout DeAndre Hopkins.
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  • Titans' Treylon Burks: Not spotted at practice

    Burks (knee) wasn't on the field Wednesday for the portion of practice open to the media, Jill Jelnick of Fox Sports reports. Burks has missed the Titans' last two games and didn't practice in any capacity last week, and it looks like he's headed for another absence to begin Week 6 prep. The second-year has two more chances to get back on the practice field before the Titans decide whether to give him an injury designation for this Sunday's game against the Ravens.
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