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There's only one reason to even consider drafting Fant: His Week 1 matchup against the Broncos, who were terrible against tight ends and didn't do much to improve their coverage against them this year. Fant's been an underachiever in Fantasy for each of the past two seasons (since he left Denver) and even the new Seattle offense isn't enough to get excited about his prospects for more targets. Unless you're looking for a Week 1 sleeper, keep Fant off your rosters.

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2023 32 414 12.94 0.00 352.1
2022 50 486 9.72 4 0.00 663.9
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Fantasy News

  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Staying in Seattle

    Fant (hand) agreed to terms on a two-year, $21 million contract with the Seahawks on Monday, Jordan Schultz of BleacherReport.com reports. Fant, a 2019 first-round pick for the Broncos, has accumulated 2,805 receiving yards and 14 touchdowns across his first five seasons. He's coming off a disappointing contract year with Seattle that saw him record 414 yards and no touchdowns on 32 receptions across 17 games. However, the 26-year-old showed enough for the team to continue believing in him as a top option at tight end, which he currently projects to be entering the 2024 campaign due to the departures of both Will Dissly (Chargers) and Colby Parkinson (Rams) in free agency.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Tough sledding in contract year

    Fant recorded 32 receptions for 414 yards and no touchdowns across 17 games during the 2023 regular season. Fant played out the fifth year of his rookie contract, en route to posting career lows in receptions, yards and touchdowns. The 26-year-old tight end, who surpassed 50 yards just twice this season, suffered a hand injury in the Seahawks' season finale. It shouldn't be a long-term issue or affect his value as a free agent in March, but the market may be softened for Fant based on his downturn in production in 2023.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Ruled out of Sunday's game

    Fant (hand) won't return to Sunday's game in Arizona, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Fant left the contest late in the first quarter and has being tended to by team trainers on the bench before Seattle ruled him out. In Fant's stead, Will Dissly should serve as the top tight end, with Colby Parkinson and Brady Russell also chipping at the position. Coach Pete Carroll said after the game that Fant cracked a bone in his hand, per Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Tending to hand issue

    Fant exited Sunday's game at Arizona due to a hand injury. Prior to his departure in the first quarter, Fant hadn't made an impact in the box score. Colby Parkinson, Will Dissly and Brady Russell will man tight end for the Seahawks for as long as Fant is sidelined.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Hauls in five passes Sunday

    Fant secured five of six targets for 59 yards during Sunday's 30-23 defeat to the Steelers. One week removed from failing to record a catch for the third time in 15 contests on the campaign, Fant recorded season bests in catches and targets while posting his second-highest yardage tally. Sunday's outing also marked the first time he surpassed 50 receiving yards in a game since Week 4. As a result, Fant likely will be hard-pressed to produce Week 18 on the road versus the Cardinals.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Gets back to full participation

    Fant (knee) practiced in full Thursday, Curtis Crabtree of Fox 13 Seattle reports. Fant didn't participate in Wednesday's walkthrough, but his return to all activity one day later indicates the tight end likely was given a maintenance day to kick off Week 17 prep. He'll thus retain his role as the Seahawks' No. 1 tight end Sunday versus the Steelers, which hasn't yielded much in terms of production (27-355-0 on 37 targets in 15 games) this season.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Tending to knee issue

    Fant (knee) was a non-participant at Wednesday's walkthrough, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. Since going without a target back in Week 1, Fant's number of looks ranged from between one and five in the Seahawks' next 13 games before again getting blanked this past Sunday's win over Tennessee. Overall, he's produced a modest 27-355-0 receiving line on 37 targets through 15 contests, but his lack of activity to kick off Week 17 prep now places a cloud over his upcoming availability. Still, Fant has two more chances this week to put himself in a position to play Sunday against the Steelers.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Not targeted against Titans

    Fant failed to draw a single target in Sunday's 20-17 win over the Titans. Fant dominated the offensive snap share at tight end, playing 76 percent of the Seahawks' snaps Sunday. Meanwhile, fellow tight ends Colby Parkinson and Will Dissly saw snap shares of 37 and 26 percent, respectively. Despite seeing the second-most playing time among the position group, Parkinson was the most involved in the passing attack, catching three of four targets for 17 yards and a touchdown.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Targeted five times in win

    Fant caught three of five targets for 16 yards in Monday's 20-17 win over the Eagles. Drew Lock got the start at quarterback for the Seahawks, and Fant has a history with the signal caller dating back to their days in Denver. In turn, Fant received a season-high five targets, although that didn't translate into much production. It's unclear whether Geno Smith will be back in Week 16, but regardless, it will be tough to trust Fant given that he's averaging 25.3 yards per game with no touchdowns.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Registers 35 yards

    Fant caught two of four targets for 35 yards in Sunday's 28-16 loss to the 49ers. Fant is still struggling to make a consistent impact in this offense, but he has managed to post at least 35 yards in back-to-back games. The 2019 first-round pick has produced 24 receptions for 339 yards and no touchdowns through 13 games. He'll need to find paydirt to have any fantasy upside this season.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Makes three grabs in loss

    Fant caught three of four targets for 43 yards in Thursday's 41-35 loss to the Cowboys. This was Fant's best performance since Week 4. It has been an underwhelming season for the 2019 first-round pick, who has now produced 22 receptions for 304 yards and no touchdowns through 12 games.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Catches two passes

    Fant notched two catches for 25 yards on two targets in Thursday's 31-13 loss to the 49ers. Fant hasn't recorded more than two receptions in a game since Week 3, and he has yet to find the end zone this season. The 2019 first-round pick is still the clear No. 1 tight end, as he played 32 offensive snaps Thursday while Will Dissly and Colby Parkinson combined for 35 snaps.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Brings in one pass

    Fant caught one of two targets for four yards in Sunday's 17-16 loss to the Rams. Fant's struggles continued in Week 11, as he has totaled just seven receptions for 76 yards over the past six games. He draws a difficult matchup to turn things around in Week 12 against the 49ers.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Catches two short passes

    Fant reeled in two passes (three targets) for six yards in Sunday's 29-26 win over the Commanders. Fant looked impressive before the Week 5 bye, recording at least 40 yards in three of four games. However, rookie receiver Jaxon Smith-Njigba started getting more involved since then, and as a result, Fant has posted just six receptions (nine targets) for 72 yards and no touchdowns over the last five outings. His playing time remains consistent, but fantasy managers shouldn't have much confidence in the 2019 first-round pick.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Catchless in loss

    Fant didn't catch his lone target in Sunday's 37-3 loss to the Ravens. Fant finished catchless for the first time since the season opener, as the Seahawks offense completely stalled on the road. The 2019 first-round pick handled a 51 percent snap share. He'll look to get back on track in Week 10 versus the Commanders.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Snags two passes

    Fant caught two of three targets for 32 yards in Sunday's 24-20 win over the Browns. Fant led all Seattle tight ends with a 60 percent snap share and was the only tight end to get targeted in Sunday's win. At best, he's the fourth receiving option in this offense, so he won't be a reliable fantasy option even if his snap share stays elevated. Through seven games, Fant has recorded 14 catches for 226 yards and no touchdowns.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Logs full practice Thursday

    Fant (toe) practiced fully Thursday, John Boyle of the Seahawks' official site reports. One day removed from being limited due to a toe issue Wednesday, Fant handled all on-field reps. Assuming he avoids a designation when the Seahawks release their final Week 8 injury report Friday, he'll be vying for snaps at tight end with Colby Parkinson and Will Dissly, which so far hasn't lent itself to too much production for the fifth-year pro (12-194-0 on 13 targets).
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Tending to toe issue

    Fant was a limited participant at Wednesday's practice due to a toe injury, Bob Condotta of The Seattle Times reports. Fant previously dealt with a knee issue during Week 4 prep, but his workload hasn't deviated too much from game to game, ranging from 41 to 65 percent of the offensive snaps. His output has been hit or miss, with three outings of more than 40 yards, three others with 25 or fewer yards and no touchdowns in any appearance. Now with a health concern in tow, Fant's availability is up in the air ahead of Sunday's contest against the Browns.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Hauls in one pass

    Fant caught his lone target for a 25-yard gain in Sunday's 20-10 win over the Cardinals. Fant has caught nearly everything thrown his way this season, as he has turned 13 targets into 12 catches for 194 yards and no touchdowns. He's handling an even split with Will Dissly and Colby Parkinson, as the trio all played between 32 and 36 snaps in the divisional win. Fant's probably the most athletic of the three, but without consistent usage in the offense, he won't be a viable fantasy option.
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  • Seahawks' Noah Fant: Snags one pass in loss

    Fant caught his lone target for a nine-yard gain in Sunday's 17-13 loss to the Bengals. After producing at least 40 receiving yards in three straight games, Fant logged a season-low 41 percent snap share and finished with just one catch. Both Will Dissly and Colby Parkinson played more than Fant, too. The Seahawks' tight-end room is frustrating and will be inconsistent for fantasy purposes this season as long as the trio remains healthy.
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