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Fantasy Football Dynasty Rankings: Biggest Risers and Fallers from NFL Free Agency

Dec 6, 2020; Miami Gardens, Florida, USA; Miami Dolphins quarterback Tua Tagovailoa (1) attempts a pass against the Cincinnati Bengals during the second half at Hard Rock Stadium. Mandatory Credit: Jasen Vinlove-USA TODAY Sports

Last week’s flurry of player acquisition and movement in NFL free agency sent my fantasy football dynasty rankings through quite the whirlwind. Across the board, player rankings rose and fell based on the projected outlooks of reshuffled rosters.

With the first major wave of free agency in the books, it's time to see how things shook out on the dynasty side with the 2021 NFL Draft set to affect them one more time before the summer. 

I’ve already hit on some of my early winners and losers from free agency, in addition to major risers/fallers in best ball. Here's how all of these changes played out when it comes to my 2021 dynasty fantasy football rankings.

2021 FANTASY FOOTBALL DYNASTY RANKINGS

Rank Name Team Position
1 Christian McCaffrey CAR RB
2 Saquon Barkley NYG RB
3 Jonathan Taylor IND RB
4 Dalvin Cook MIN RB
5 A.J. Brown TEN WR
6 Alvin Kamara NO RB
7 Justin Jefferson MIN WR
8 Nick Chubb CLE RB
9 Davante Adams GB WR
10 Tyreek Hill KC WR
11 Cam Akers LAR RB
12 Travis Kelce KC TE
13 D.K. Metcalf SEA WR
14 D'Andre Swift DET RB
15 George Kittle SF TE
16 Stefon Diggs BUF WR
17 Aaron Jones GB RB
18 Derrick Henry TEN RB
19 Joe Mixon CIN RB
20 Calvin Ridley ATL WR
21 Clyde Edwards-Helaire KC RB
22 Darren Waller LV TE
23 Antonio Gibson WAS RB
24 Patrick Mahomes II KC QB
25 CeeDee Lamb DAL WR
26 DeAndre Hopkins ARI WR
27 Ezekiel Elliott DAL RB
28 Michael Thomas NO WR
29 D.J. Moore CAR WR
30 Chris Godwin TB WR
31 Najee Harris RK RB
32 Terry McLaurin WAS WR
33 Courtland Sutton DEN WR
34 Allen Robinson II CHI WR
35 Amari Cooper DAL WR
36 Tee Higgins CIN WR
37 Keenan Allen LAC WR
38 Kenny Golladay NYG WR
39 Diontae Johnson PIT WR
40 Javonte Williams RK RB
41 Brandon Aiyuk SF WR
42 Ja'Marr Chase RK WR
43 Travis Etienne RK RB
44 Mike Evans TB WR
45 Austin Ekeler LAC RB
46 J.K. Dobbins BAL RB
47 Miles Sanders PHI RB
48 Chris Carson SEA RB
49 Kyler Murray ARI QB
50 JuJu Smith-Schuster PIT WR
51 Odell Beckham Jr. CLE WR
52 Josh Allen BUF QB
53 Mark Andrews BAL TE
54 Dak Prescott DAL QB
55 Julio Jones ATL WR
56 Deshaun Watson HOU QB
57 David Montgomery CHI RB
58 Cooper Kupp LAR WR
59 Josh Jacobs LV RB
60 James Robinson JAC RB
61 Kenny Gainwell RK RB
62 Jerry Jeudy DEN WR
63 T.J. Hockenson DET TE
64 Jaylen Waddle RK WR
65 Robert Woods LAR WR
66 Kareem Hunt CLE RB
67 Tyler Boyd CIN WR
68 Lamar Jackson BAL QB
69 Dallas Goedert PHI TE
70 Justin Herbert LAC QB
71 AJ Dillon GB RB
72 Noah Fant DEN TE
73 Chase Claypool PIT WR
74 Brandin Cooks HOU WR
75 D.J. Chark Jr. JAC WR
76 Melvin Gordon III DEN RB
77 Joe Burrow CIN QB
78 Kyle Pitts RK TE
79 Will Fuller V MIA WR
80 Chase Edmonds ARI RB
81 Adam Thielen MIN WR
82 Deebo Samuel SF WR
83 Myles Gaskin MIA RB
84 Damien Harris NE RB
85 Ronald Jones II TB RB
86 Curtis Samuel WAS WR
87 Russell Wilson SEA QB
88 Michael Gallup DAL WR
89 Tony Pollard DAL RB
90 Tyler Lockett SEA WR
91 Aaron Rodgers GB QB
92 Mike Gesicki MIA TE
93 Kenyan Drake ARI RB
94 Irv Smith Jr. MIN TE
95 Trevor Lawrence RK QB
96 Laviska Shenault Jr. JAC WR
97 Rashod Bateman RK WR
98 Devonta Smith RK WR
99 Rondale Moore RK WR
100 Marquise Brown BAL WR
101 Justin Fields RK QB
102 Raheem Mostert SF RB
103 Leonard Fournette TB RB
104 Zack Moss BUF RB
105 Jalen Hurts PHI QB
106 Evan Engram NYG TE
107 Jarvis Landry CLE WR
108 Jonnu Smith NE TE
109 Jalen Reagor PHI WR
110 David Johnson HOU RB
111 Mike Williams LAC WR
112 Tarik Cohen CHI RB
113 Robby Anderson CAR WR
114 Baker Mayfield CLE QB
115 Ke'Shawn Vaughn TB RB
116 Tua Tagovailoa MIA QB
117 Matthew Stafford LAR QB
118 Matt Ryan ATL QB
119 Nyheim Hines IND RB
120 Khalil Herbert RK RB
121 Hunter Henry NE TE
122 Corey Davis NYJ WR
123 DeVante Parker MIA WR
124 James Conner PIT RB
125 Trey Sermon RK RB
126 Trey Lance RK QB
127 Michael Carter RK RB
128 Logan Thomas WAS TE
129 Sterling Shepard NYG WR
130 Gabriel Davis BUF WR
131 Devin Singletary BUF RB
132 Daniel Jones NYG QB
133 Alexander Mattison MIN RB
134 Zach Ertz PHI TE
135 Gus Edwards BAL RB
136 Austin Hooper CLE TE
137 Robert Tonyan GB TE
138 Elijah Moore RK WR
139 Christian Kirk ARI WR
140 Blake Jarwin DAL TE
141 Denzel Mims NYJ WR
142 Hayden Hurst ATL TE
143 Darrell Henderson LAR RB
144 Jeff Wilson Jr. SF RB
145 Latavius Murray NO RB
146 Parris Campbell IND WR
147 Michael Pittman Jr. IND WR
148 Jamaal Williams DET RB
149 Zach Wilson RK QB
150 Mecole Hardman KC WR
151 Gerald Everett SEA TE
152 Ryan Tannehill TEN QB
153 Henry Ruggs III LV WR
154 Chuba Hubbard RK RB
155 Darnell Mooney CHI WR
156 Carson Wentz IND QB
157 Nelson Agholor NE WR
158 Breshad Perriman NYJ WR
159 Jamison Crowder NYJ WR
160 Cole Kmet CHI TE
161 Kirk Cousins MIN QB
162 Tyler Higbee LAR TE
163 Jameis Winston NO QB
164 Jermar Jefferson RK RB
165 Tylan Wallace RK WR
166 Rashaad Penny SEA RB
167 Tom Brady TB QB
168 O.J. Howard TB TE
169 Terrace Marshall Jr. RK WR
170 Kadarius Toney RK WR
171 Phillip Lindsay RK RB
172 Derek Carr LV QB
173 Eric Ebron PIT TE
174 Sony Michel NE RB
175 Josh Reynolds LAR WR
176 Marlon Mack IND RB
177 James White NE RB
178 John Brown LV WR
179 Lynn Bowden Jr. MIA RB
180 Marvin Jones Jr. DET WR
181 Chris Herndon IV NYJ TE
182 Elijah Mitchell RK RB
183 Dyami Brown RK WR
184 Anthony McFarland Jr. PIT RB
185 Antonio Brown TB WR
186 Taysom Hill NO QB
187 Bryan Edwards LV WR
188 Darrynton Evans TEN RB
189 Cam Newton NE QB
190 Tutu Atwell RK WR
191 Demetric Felton RK WR
192 J.D. McKissic WAS RB
193 Adam Trautman NO TE
194 Darius Slayton NYG WR
195 Cole Beasley BUF WR
196 Emmanuel Sanders BUF WR
197 Le'Veon Bell KC RB
198 T.Y. Hilton IND WR
199 Preston Williams MIA WR
200 Jakobi Meyers NE WR
201 Sammy Watkins KC WR
202 Todd Gurley II ATL RB
203 Anthony Miller CHI WR
204 N'Keal Harry NE WR
205 Dan Arnold ARI TE
206 Mike Boone DEN RB
207 Anthony Firkser TEN TE
208 Kerryon Johnson DET RB
209 Joshua Kelley LAC RB
210 James Washington PIT WR
211 Ryan Fitzpatrick WAS QB
212 Allen Lazard GB WR
213 KJ Hamler DEN WR
214 Devontae Booker NYG RB
215 David Njoku CLE TE
216 Van Jefferson LAR WR
217 Teddy Bridgewater CAR QB
218 Dawson Knox BUF TE
219 Benny Snell Jr. PIT RB
220 Giovani Bernard CIN RB
221 Jordan Akins HOU TE
222 La'Mical Perine NYJ RB
223 Brevin Jordan RK TE
224 Keke Coutee HOU WR
225 Amon-Ra St. Brown RK WR
226 Jaelon Darden RK WR
227 Cade Johnson RK WR
228 Darrel Williams KC RB
229 D'Wayne Eskridge RK WR
230 Pat Freiermuth RK TE
231 DeSean Jackson LAR WR
232 Tim Patrick DEN WR
233 Andy Isabella ARI WR
234 A.J. Green ARI WR
235 Royce Freeman DEN RB
236 Jared Cook LAC TE
237 Javian Hawkins RK RB
238 Mac Jones RK QB
239 Jaret Patterson RK RB
240 Rhamondre Stevenson RK RB
241 Jimmy Graham CHI TE
242 Carlos Hyde SEA RB
243 Jared Goff DET QB
244 Russell Gage ATL WR
245 Donovan Peoples-Jones CLE WR
246 Duke Johnson Jr. FA RB
247 Hunter Renfrow LV WR
248 Harrison Bryant CLE TE
249 Tre'Quan Smith NO WR
250 Brycen Hopkins LAR TE
251 Devin Duvernay BAL WR
252 Mike Davis CAR RB
253 Keelan Cole Sr. NYJ WR
254 Antonio Gandy-Golden WAS WR
255 Josh Oliver BAL TE
256 Travis Fulgham PHI WR
257 Miles Boykin BAL WR
258 Albert Okwuegbunam DEN TE
259 Jalen Hurd SF WR
260 Marquez Valdes-Scantling GB WR
261 Boston Scott PHI RB
262 Julian Edelman NE WR
263 Tyler Johnson TB WR
264 Salvon Ahmed MIA RB
265 Seth Williams FA WR
266 Pooka Williams RK RB
267 Scotty Miller TB WR
268 Rob Gronkowski TB TE
269 Sam Darnold NYJ QB
270 Eno Benjamin ARI RB
271 Justice Hill BAL RB
272 Donald Parham Jr. LAC TE
273 Jerick McKinnon SF RB
274 Rashard Higgins CLE WR
275 Mark Ingram II HOU RB
276 Justin Jackson LAC RB
277 Collin Johnson JAC WR
278 Jimmy Garoppolo SF QB
279 Dalton Schultz DAL TE
280 Matt Breida MIA RB
281 Tevin Coleman SF RB
282 Drew Lock DEN QB
283 John Ross NYG WR
284 Will Dissly SEA TE
285 Quintez Cephus DET WR
286 Trey Burton IND TE
287 Deonte Harris NO WR
288 Mo Alie-Cox IND TE
289 Randall Cobb HOU WR
290 Auden Tate CIN WR
291 Jack Doyle IND TE
292 Drew Sample CIN TE
293 Devin Asiasi NE TE
294 DeeJay Dallas SEA RB
295 Ben Roethlisberger PIT QB
296 Malcolm Brown MIA RB
297 Golden Tate FA WR
298 JaMycal Hasty SF RB
299 Trayveon Williams CIN RB
300 Rodney Smith CAR RB
301 Jason Huntley PHI RB
302 Andy Dalton CHI QB
303 Kylin Hill RK RB
304 Demarcus Robinson KC WR
305 Zach Pascal IND WR
306 Kendrick Bourne NE WR
307 David Moore CAR WR
308 Dede Westbrook JAC WR
309 Jalen Guyton LAC WR
310 Amari Rodgers RK WR
311 Tamorrion Terry RK WR
312 Marquez Stevenson RK WR
313 Larry Rountree III RK RB
314 Anthony Schwartz RK WR
315 Ty Johnson NYJ RB
316 Byron Pringle KC WR
317 Sage Surratt RK WR
318 Nico Collins RK WR
319 Dazz Newsome RK WR
320 Kyle Rudolph NYG TE
321 Rakeem Boyd RK RB
322 Devonta Freeman BUF RB
323 Shi Smith RK WR
324 K.J. Hill LAC WR
325 Mitchell Trubisky CHI QB
326 Ito Smith ATL RB
327 Marcus Mariota LV QB
328 Bryce Love WAS RB
329 Ryquell Armstead JAC RB
330 Darwin Thompson KC RB
331 Jordan Love GB QB
332 Kyle Trask RK QB
333 Brian Hill ATL RB
334 JJ Arcega-Whiteside PHI WR
335 Marlon Williams RK WR
336 Jonathan Adams Jr. RK WR
337 Chris Evans RK RB
338 Trevon Grimes RK WR
339 Frank Darby RK WR
340 Jamie Newman RK QB
341 Ian Book RK QB
342 Dez Fitzpatrick RK WR
343 Hunter Long RK TE
344 Damonte Coxie RK WR
345 Cornell Powell RK WR
346 Kylen Granson RK TE
347 Tarik Black RK WR
348 Stevie Scott III RK RB

RUNNING BACKS

Jan 1, 2021; Arlington, TX, USA; Alabama Crimson Tide running back Najee Harris (22) runs the ball against Notre Dame Fighting Irish linebacker Drew White (40) during the second half in the Rose Bowl at AT&T Stadium. Credit: Kevin Jairaj-USA TODAY Sports

RISER: THE 2021 ROOKIE RUNNING BACK CLASS

The incoming crop of rookie RBs could be considered a low-key winner at this point. Few teams invested in free-agent running backs, which means several backfields offer rookies immediate opportunity. 

The three premier landing spots (Atlanta Falcons, Pittsburgh Steelers, New York Jets) did absolutely nothing during the first wave of free agency to address their glaring holes at running back. It’s easy to see those teams adding to the position in the draft. 

I’ve moved up my trio of top rookie running backs — Najee Harris, Javonte Williams and Travis Etienne (all projected for Day 1 to Day 2 draft capital) — along with the majority of the other rookie running backs

The top three could easily find themselves in ideal positions to produce fantasy points from Day 1 in the NFL. 

My fourth-highest-ranked rookie running backKenny Gainwell, also gets a boost this week after weighing in over 200 pounds at his pro day. That's encouraging for his prospects at the next level after the pass-catching specialist was thought to be around 190. 

FALLER: J.K. DOBBINS, BALTIMORE RAVENS

Unfortunately, the rise of the rookies comes at the expense of second-year running back J.K. Dobbins, who falls behind all three in the rankings. The rookie was spectacular down the stretch, finishing as RB11 from Weeks 11-17 in full PPR.

But, as I have warned in the past, running backs tied to a mobile quarterback are often short-changed when it comes to the passing game. As well as Dobbins performed for fantasy from Weeks 11-17, J.D. McKissic actually came in one spot ahead of him because he caught 37 passes. Dobbins caught three. 

Dobbins’ outlook would look better if he was the clear-cut workhorse, but that’s not likely the case with Gus Edwards in the mix. Edwards didn't see fewer than seven carries in a game after Week 13. He also was only slightly out-touched by Dobbins (74 to 86) during that time.

FALLER: DAVID JOHNSON, HOUSTON TEXANS

Houston, we have a problem. I listed David Johnson as a “sell” on my Dynasty “To-Do” List piece before free agency, and things have shaped up in the worst ways for the former fantasy superstar. The Texans have a major question mark at quarterback and brought in Tyrod Taylor as their contingency plan.

This is the same mobile quarterback that nuked Austin Ekeler’s pass-catching role in Week 1 of the 2020 season while playing for the Los Angeles Chargers. Not good for anybody hoping DJ can stumble his way into fantasy production on dump-off passes.

To make matters worse, the team also signed former Denver Broncos RB Phillip Lindsay. We could be looking at the league’s ugliest three-headed monster in 2021 between Johnson, Mark Ingram II and Lindsay. 

RISER: MIKE BOONE, DENVER BRONCOS

Mike Boone is one of the few backup running backs who saw his ranking significantly rise from irrelevance (outside the top-100) to back-of-the-roster-stash (RB67). Boone signed a deal with the Denver Broncos and only has Royce Freeman between him and the No. 2 role behind Melvin Gordon III.

Boone signed a two-year deal, which means he will be the only running back of consequence on the depth chart under contract at the end of the season, with Gordon/Freeman on expiring contracts. 

A SPARQ-X and uber-athletic freak himself, Boone has flashed when given opportunities with the Minnesota Vikings. In a spot start versus the Chicago Bears in Week 17 of the 2019 season, he rushed for over 140 yards, ripping off three rushes of 10 yards or more. 

He has explosive upside and should be rostered across every single dynasty league. He has legitimate fantasy RB1 upside if anything were to happen to the 28-year-old MG3. 

The same can be said for newly anointed backup RBs like Devontae Booker (New York Giants) and Darrel Williams (Kansas City Chiefs). They need to be owned and stashed on benches. 

OTHER RUNNING BACKS ON THE RISE: AARON JONES, CHRIS CARSON, CHASE EDMONDS

OTHER RUNNING BACKS ON THE DECLINE: JOSH JACOBS, A.J. DILLON, RASHAAD PENNY, J.D. MCKISSIC

 

WIDE RECEIVERS

Oct 26, 2020; Inglewood, California, USA; Los Angeles Rams wide receiver Josh Reynolds (11) scores a touchdown against Chicago Bears cornerback Buster Skrine (24) in the first quarter at SoFi Stadium. Credit: Kirby Lee-USA TODAY Sports

RISER: JOSH REYNOLDS, TENNESSEE TITANS

Josh Reynolds kicked off the second “wave” of NFL free agency by inking a deal with Tennessee Titans to presumably take the place of Corey Davis as the team’s No. 2 wide receiver. 

Reynolds has been a plug-and-play starter at times with the Los Angeles Rams and has for the most part delivered when called upon. From Weeks 11-17 during the 2018 season, Reynolds stepped in for an injured Cooper Kupp and averaged 10.9 fantasy points per game as the team’s No. 3 starting receiver.

In 2019, Reynolds had a three-game stretch with at least a 90% snap share and averaged 10.7 fantasy points per game.

Reynolds had his best season to date in 2020. He he had at least eight targets and/or 12-plus fantasy points in four different games and was the Rams’ most-targeted receivers 20-plus yards downfield. I expect him to reprise a similar role with Tennessee. Davis led the team in targets 10 or more yards downfield. 

With a bigger role on offense, Reynolds sees his ranking rise from outside my top-100 dynasty WRs to WR68. 

FALLER: MECOLE HARDMAN, KANSAS CITY CHIEFS
FALLER: MARQUISE BROWN, BALTIMORE RAVENS

Hardman and Brown are in eerily similar situations. Both of their teams seem dead set on adding additional pass-catchers, and that spells disaster for each of their fantasy values.

The Chiefs and Ravens were reportedly been linked to free-agent receivers like JuJu Smith-Schuster, Sammy Watkins, Kenny Golladay and Josh Reynolds. Up to this point, neither team has been able to add another receiving threat, but there's still time to add competition for targets with a lesser free agent or the NFL draft. 

Hardman’s biggest issue is that he just isn’t on the field enough to provide consistent fantasy value. He only saw a 65% snap share in a quarter of his regular-season games. 

Considering the Chiefs are looking to add somebody to replace Watkins instead of promoting Hardman with an expanded role, dynasty managers have to wait for a Tyreek Hill injury for Hardman to have dynasty value.

The Ravens seemed to be connected mostly with slot receivers like JuJu and Watkins — not ideal for any Brown manager. They are scheduled to meet with Watkins this week. 

Brown’s 32% target share after Week 11 will certainly fall with another WR option, but I'm more concerned that it will force him to play more on the outside. His smaller size (5-foot-9, 170 pounds) has made it difficult for him to get open on the perimeter against bigger and more physical cornerbacks.

Since the start of 2019, Brown ranks 49th out of 67 qualifiers in PFF receiving grade versus man coverage when lined up outside (66.5). Many of Brown’s efficiency marks get a boost when he plays in the slot, so the move inside is a natural fit.

If the Ravens add a slot receiver, it’s back to the boom-or-bust WR3 factory of sadness for Brown. 

If neither team lands a slot receiver in free agency, they'll almost certainly draft one. The 2021 wide receiver class is filled with excellent slot receivers. 

OTHER WIDE RECEIVERS ON THE RISE: CURTIS SAMUEL, KENNY GOLLADAY, COREY DAVIS, ROBBY ANDERSON

OTHER WIDE RECEIVERS ON THE DECLINE: MIKE EVANS, D.J. CHARK JR., DARIUS SLAYTON, HENRY RUGGS III

QUARTERBACKS

Nov 26, 2020; Detroit, Michigan, USA; Houston Texans quarterback Deshaun Watson (4) runs out of the pocket during the second quarter against the Detroit Lions at Ford Field. Credit: Raj Mehta-USA TODAY Sports

FALLER: DESHAUN WATSON, HOUSTON TEXANS

Deshaun Watson fell hard in my 2021 best ball rankings and his stock is accordingly dinged in the dynasty rankings. 

With over a dozen lawsuits filed against him alleging sexual assault and inappropriate conduct, there is a very real chance he could miss the 2021 NFL season and even beyond. 

Dynasty managers should probably hold him at this point. Watson would retain first-round start-up ADP value even if he's suspended for an entire season. Still, his fantasy stock has plummeted, making him a decent buy-low option for any fantasy roster that finds itself in quarterback purgatory.

If you feel stuck with Watson and just want to get out, then it might be worthwhile to send out a trade offer for the 2021 1.01 overall in your league. You might need to add something else to sweeten the deal, but some managers are willing to embrace the variance of Watson’s situation versus a potentially safer option in Trevor Lawrence.

RISER: TUA TAGOVAILOA, MIAMI DOLPHINS

Tua Tagovailoa benefited from the last week of NFL free agency. Watson’s situation makes it less likely that Miami sends a godfather offer to Houston for his services, furthering cementing Tua as the team’s future quarterback.

The Dolphins added Jacoby Brissett as a veteran backup, and he isn't a threat to Tagovailoa’s job security. Miami also signed wide receiver Will Fuller, who can provide Tagovailoa with a legitimate deep threat.

Last year, Tua was left out to dry on his deep ball attempts. He suffered the league’s second-worst drop rate (23.1%) on passing attempts 20-plus yards downfield. Fuller didn't drop a single deep-ball target in 2020.

Considering the Dolphins are also armed with several high-end draft picks in the upcoming 2021 NFL Draft, Tua's fantasy stock looks like it’s just going to continue to rise. 

OTHER QUARTERBACKS ON THE RISE: DANIEL JONES, MATT RYAN, JAMEIS WINSTON

OTHER QUARTERBACKS ON THE DECLINE: RYAN TANNEHILL, DEREK CARR, JARED GOFF

TIGHT ENDS

Nov 8, 2020; Nashville, Tennessee, USA; Tennessee Titans tight end Jonnu Smith (81) makes a catch and scores past Chicago Bears cornerback Buster Skrine (24) during the second half at Nissan Stadium. Credit: Steve Roberts-USA TODAY Sports

NO MOVEMENT: JONNU SMITH, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS
FALLER: HUNTER HENRY, NEW ENGLAND PATRIOTS

Before the New England Patriots decided to sign both of PFF’s highest-ranked tight ends, I had both Hunter Henry (TE9) and Jonnu Smith (TE12) Hunter Henry (TE9) as top-12 options in my dynasty rankings. They're essentially switching spots now, with Smith as TE12 and Henry as TE13.

I have Smith over Henry because I'm banking on the former in the long-term. Smith’s YAC-ability is one of the traits we find in the most elite fantasy TEs, and Henry just doesn’t have that skill set. Year 1 might be tougher for Smith in New England for fantasy because he might be forced to block more than fantasy managers would hope. But his talent and receiving ability will hopefully translate into top-tier fantasy production eventually.

Smith is also a year younger and has a much cleaner injury history than Henry. 

OTHER TIGHT ENDS ON THE RISE: IRV SMITH JR., MIKE GESICKI, GERALD EVERETT, ANTHONY FIRSKER

OTHER TIGHT ENDS ON THE DECLINE: EVAN ENGRAM, DAWSON KNOX, DONALD PARHAM

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