Dynasty TE's

We take a look at the Top Keeper/Dynasty Tight Ends for a 3 year outlook, taking into account skill, scheme fit, organizational consistency, surrounding cast and, yes of course, age. The indicated age of the player is how old the player will be entering next season. Dominate your Fantasy Football leagues but using our Top TE Dynasty and Keeper Rankings. Updated: Aug.29/17

1. Rob Gronkowski, NE - Age 28

When healthy, Gronk is a fantasy football difference maker of epic proportions, and unequivocally the top tight end. Still just 28 years old, the 2016 campaign was mostly a lost season, as he played both hurt and without Tom Brady at the start before December back surgery ended his campaign. His production also suffered when New England opted to utilize Martellus Bennett more while Gronk worked through injuries or even sat out at times. Now healthy, expect the Pats to proceed with caution in the preseason and protect one of their top offensive weapons. He should be back in the fold for a full complement of snaps in the regular season, though health is seemingly always an issue. At some point all of the surgeries and injuries are bound to take their toll, but entering the season ready to go he should be a near lock for 1000+ yards and double digit touchdowns.

2. Travis Kelce, KC - Age 27

After being on the verge of breaking out for the past two seasons, Kelce finally busted through last year with an 85 catch, 1125 yard, and 4 touchdown campaign. And while we'd like to see more scoring, we know that touchdowns can be unpredictable. In fact, the four touchdowns were the lowest season total of his short NFL career. With Jeremy Maclin gone and Chiefs looking to upgrade the quarterback position with Patrick Mahomes, Kelce's arrow is pointing up in Kansas City. Tyreek Hill is the other top target in the Kansas City passing game, but he still has work to do in changing his game from a boom-bust gadget player to that of an every down wide receiver. Kelce is the go-to pass catcher here and he could unseat Gronkowski as the top fantasy tight end as early as this season.

3. Jordan Reed, WAS - Age 27 Injury Update

Kirk Cousins' top target should be in line for a huge workload in 2017, given that more than 200 targets from last season left Washington via free agency. The name of the game with Reed is always his health though, as a shoulder injury limited him last season and concussions have been a problem throughout his career. He opens 2017 on the PUP list due to a toe injury and his near term status remains a bit of a mystery. While he's not the same size-speed freak as other top fantasy tight ends, when healthy, Reed is an extremely productive player. Unfortunately, he's only played more than 12 games once in four NFL seasons. Though just 27 years old, repetitive injury concerns and the questions surrounding Kirk Cousins' future make him a risky high upside player in dynasty formats.

4. Tyler Eifert, CIN - Age 27 Injury Update

Eifert has shown that he can be a difference maker when healthy. But over the past three NFL seasons he's played in a grand total of just 22 regular season games. Still, he has 18 touchdown receptions over that stretch so there's little doubt that he's a preferred red zone weapon of Dalton and the Cincinnati coaching staff. He enters 2017 coming off back surgery that cost him the remainder of last year, but he's been cleared as a full participant to open camp, which is a bit of a departure from seasons past. A healthy A.J. Green and the addition of Joe Mixon and John Ross suggests we should lower any expectations of Eifert becoming a high volume target in the Bengals offense. But if he can stay on the field his double digit touchdown potential makes him a risky but intriguing dynasty commodity.

5. Jimmy Graham, SEA - Age 30

Another year removed from a serious knee injury, Graham bounced back in 2016 and regained the weekly "must play" moniker as a fantasy tight end. Heading into his age 31 season we'll have to see how his body holds up, but he should continue to prove a valuable fantasy commodity over at least the next few seasons. Graham can be a stud when he's seeing target volume, but it is worth noting that his biggest weeks came when Tyler Lockett sat or played sparingly with injuries last season. And with C.J. Prosise taking on a larger role in the passing game after being limited to just six games last season, it makes sense to proceed with a little bit of caution when projecting Graham's fantasy value going forward.

6. Hunter Henry, LAC - Age 22

Although Antonio Gates is still in the mix for targets, Hunter Henry enters his second season atop the tight end depth chart for the Chargers. As a rookie he wasted little time in displaying why this team made him a second round pick last offseason, catching 36 passes for 478 yards and 8 touchdowns while splitting time in the offense with Gates. Just 22 years old, Henry looks like he is ready to fill an every down tight end role already, and all signs point to him building upon his successful rookie season. Gates may siphon off some red zone and short yardage targets in the immediate future, but he's not a long term threat to Henry's fantasy value.

7. Greg Olsen, CAR - Age 32 Injury Update

At some point we'll need to start thinking about age catching up to the 32 year old tight end, but the fact of the matter is that Olsen has played in all 16 games for the last nine straight seasons and is coming off his third straight 1000 yard receiving campaign. He took a dip in the scoring department last year with Cam Newton's struggles and the Panthers poor play on offense. But there's little to suggest that Olsen won't once again be a top five fantasy tight end, as Newton's offseason surgery and an improved set of weapons should help open up more opportunities for the steady tight end. He obviously lacks the long term dynasty appeal of some of some younger players, but he's proven to be such an ironman throughout his NFL career that it's difficult to imagine him being anything but a productive fantasy pass catcher for at least the next few seasons.

8. O.J. Howard, TB - Age 22

A traditional in-line tight end, Howard will contribute as a blocker in Tampa Bay from the outset. That said, his ability to stay on the field for all three downs should eventually lead to his taking over as the starter for the Bucs. An elite athlete for his size (6'6", 250 lbs), Howard is a capable receiver, but will initially cede targets to Cameron Brate. As early as 2017 we might see the two utilized in a number of two tight end sets, but even if it takes a season or two, Howard was drafted to become a go-to weapon for Jameis Winston in the passing game. It's worth tempering early career fantasy expectations, but the Bucs 2017 first round pick is just too talented not to play his way into significant snaps this season.

9. Eric Ebron, DET - Age 24

Heading into his fourth NFL season it's fair to say that Ebron was a bit of a reach when the Lions drafted him tenth overall in 2014. While he has improved in each of his first three NFL seasons, he's never turned into the dominant field stretching weapon Detroit envisioned when they selected him. Ebron has much to prove this season, as the Lions hold the 2018 option on his contract. And with Anquan Boldin now gone there has been a fair amount of speculation that Ebron's red zone looks will be on the rise. Still, the fourth year pro has never proven overly effective inside the twenty so it's reasonable to at least question the assumption that he's going to suddenly soak up a bunch of red zone targets. After all, he has just 7 receiving touchdowns through his first 40 NFL games. We should expect more than the two (1 rushing and 1 receiving) total touchdowns we saw from Ebron in 2016, but it's probably unrealistic to expect that he suddenly becomes a scoring machine.

10. Zach Ertz, PHI - Age 26

Heading into his age 27 season, the fifth year tight end out of Stanford is firmly on TE1 radar for fantasy purposes. That said, we're unlikely to see a huge leap forward from the past two seasons, even with the expected development of Carson Wentz. Last season the Eagles struggled for consistent receiving production and Ertz posted a career best 78 receptions. And while that was his second consecutive 70-catch campaign, he totaled just over 800 yards and found the end zone four times. Despite a heavy workload in the passing game, Ertz has just never materialized as a scoring threat. His 13 touchdowns through his first four NFL seasons isn't a terrible total, but on nearly 250 career receptions it certainly doesn't scream red zone weapon. He's a viable fantasy option now and for the future, but for those waiting for him to make the leap into the next tier of fantasy tight ends, it may be time to give up hope.

11. David Njoku, CLE - Age 21

Just barely 21 years old heading into the season, the Browns traded back into the end of the first round to select Njoku with the 29th pick overall in this year's draft. Capable of playing all over the formation, Njoku's athletic ability is unquestioned, but he's going to be a bit of a project. We know the tight end learning curve is a steep one for NFL rookies and with the Browns rebuilding from the ground up, they can afford to be patient with him. Despite being relatively young (19 and 20 years old) in his two full college seasons, Njoku was able to utilize superior size and strength to punish college tacklers and rack up enormous YAC totals, averaging better than 11 yards after the catch over his college career. He'll find more formidable tacklers at the pro level, but the tape suggests he's not going to be shy about teeing off on NFL defenders, either with or without the ball in his hands. It make take some time to develop as a receiver, but if he can get there the upside is huge for Njoku.

12. Evan Engram, NYG - Age 23 Injury Update

A move tight end, Engram's NFL career is going to hinge on utilizing him to create mismatches in the passing game and letting him use his athletic ability to rack up yards after the catch. At 6'3" and 234 lbs, Engram possess elite athleticism, running a 4.2 forty at the combine and impressing enough for the Giants to select him with a late first round pick in the draft. Like most rookie tight ends, a significant year one impact isn't to be expected. And with veteran Brandon Marshall signed this offseason to help offset the attention paid to Odell Beckham Jr., there won't be a huge need to count on Engram early on. Still, he has the potential to develop into a weekly fantasy contributor down the line, it what figures to be a pass heavy Giants offense for the foreseeable future.

13. Kyle Rudolph, MIN - Age 27

While there were plenty of Minnesota players who took a hit with the loss of quarterback Teddy Bridgewater last preseason, Rudolph was actually a beneficiary of Sam Bradford taking over under center. With the Vikings offensive line struggling in both the running and passing games, Rudolph saw 132 targets in 2016, the most of his NFL career. Still, that translated to just 83 catches for a mere 840 yards on the season, though he did find the end zone seven times. With the Vikings forced to rely on the short passing game it's very likely that 2016 represents the high watermark for the former second round pick, but even with some drop off, his red zone ability should continue to return value for fantasy owners as he heads into his age 28 season.

14. Martellus Bennett, GB - Age 30

After stints in Dallas and New York, Bennett proved last year that he's a dangerous offensive weapon when paired with a top tier NFL quarterback. Playing second fiddle to Rob Gronkowski for part of the season, Bennett still racked up 7 touchdowns in New England's offense, catching 55 balls for 701 yards on the year. The 30 year old tight end lands in Green Bay on a three year deal, and should prove to be an upgrade at the tight end position over previous options. A red zone weapon, Bennett is more than capable as a blocker and a receiver, and he should fit in nicely in this offense.

15. Jack Doyle, IND - Age 27

When Coby Fleener departed for New Orleans, the Colts signed Dwayne Allen to a long term contract. But it was Doyle who shined for Indianapolis in 2017. And with Allen gone, he should see even more targets as Erik Swoope continues to develop. A traditional in-line tight end, Doyle benefits from playing in a tight end friendly system and with a tight end friendly quarterback. He's not the athlete Swoope is, but he's a big target with extremely reliable hands that the Colts just locked up for three more seasons. There's probably not a ton of upside left here, but he should continue to produce at a level in line with last season.

16. Delanie Walker, TEN - Age 33

As good as Walker has been in recent seasons, the addition of rookie wideout Corey Davis and veteran Eric Decker significantly upgrade what has been one of the league's thinnest receiving corps. A group whose deficiencies have often helped Walker pad his receiving stats, and even worse, when he fell off in yardage production allowed him to balance things out for fantasy owners by coming up big in the red zone. But it's unlikely he sees a repeat of last season's target volume in that area of the field with Decker around. At 33 years old we've probably seen Walker's best years already. And while he's still a talented receiver that can make plays all over the field, it would be wise to throttle down expectations going forward. The combination of age and opportunity simply don't look to be working in his favor at this point in his career.

17. Austin Hooper, ATL - Age 22 Rising Stock

With Jacob Tamme gone, the second year player out of Stanford slides into the starting tight end role in Atlanta. Just two seasons ago that move would have been enough to raise some serious attention, but the addition of some wide receiver depth last offseason and the increased utilization of Devonta Freeman and Tevin Coleman in the passing game really drive down the potential fantasy value of the tight end position in Atlanta. Just two seasons ago Tamme saw 81 targets in this offense, while last season he and Hooper combined for just 58. A capable receiver and red zone weapon, Hooper likely needs an injury or departure in order to move up in the pecking order of the Atlanta passing game.

18. C.J. Fiedorowicz, HOU - Age 25 Injury Update

Fiedorowicz emerged as Brock Osweiler's security blanket in 2016, but with Brock now gone and some combination of Tom Savage and Deshaun Watson manning the quarterback position, it will be interesting to see how much value he retains. Not a field stretcher, Fiedorowicz is a better asset in PPR formats. But he also benefited from Braxton Miller's inexperience in the slot and the fact that he was often the biggest and closest target on the field for a quarterback who struggled with accuracy all season. Heading into his age 26 season Fiedorowicz will once again top the depth chart, but Ryan Griffin was resigned and will push for snaps, as will intriguing second year prospect Stephen Anderson.

19. Julius Thomas, MIA - Age 29

At 29 years old, Thomas' best seasons are likely behind him. Still, he's a capable veteran with a penchant for finding the end zone, and this is a Miami offense that has long lacked a big bodied receiver in the red zone. Jordan Cameron was supposed to be that player, but concussion problems have all but ended his NFL career. And though some interesting names dot the depth chart at the position, Thomas was brought in to be the starter. We've seen Jay Cutler work well with veteran tight ends before, which probably works to his advantage. That said, staying healthy is always the biggest obstacle for Thomas, who has appeared in just 21 games over the past two seasons, and just 56 games in his six year career. He's a short term value with touchdown upside at best.

20. Cameron Brate, TB - Age 26

Even though the Bucs used a first round pick on O.J. Howard, it's likely Brate that opens the season as the starting tight end. The fourth year pro out of Harvard has improved in each of his first three NFL seasons and once again drew rave reviews this offseason. Howard is a superior talent, but tight end is a notoriously brutal position on NFL rookies when it comes to development. Brate should retain some value here for 2017, but do not discount the impact of not just Howard, but a healthy Doug Martin and the addition of DeSean Jackson. Even as the starter, he might have a hard time matching his targets and production from last season.

21. Gerald Everett, LAR - Age 23

Everett will certainly have an adjustment to make, going from South Alabama to the NFL. A Jordan Reed clone, Everett was handpicked by Sean McVay and company to fill a similar role to the one McVay carved out for Reed in his offense in Washington. His biggest competition comes from second year pro, Tyler Higbee, but given their very different skill sets, there's a strong chance they wind up playing quite a bit together in two tight end sets. Everett's ceiling may ultimately be higher, but as a receiver-first move tight end he has less margin for error than a player like Higbee.

22. Coby Fleener, NWO - Age 28

Fleener's first year in New Orleans was a disaster. After signing a big free agent contract with the Saints last offseason, he spent most of 2016 looking lost and for most of the year was largely ineffective. Entering his age 29 season, 2017 is likely a make or break year for the big tight end. With no lack of competition for targets, Fleener is going to have to demonstrate that he can handle full time pass catching duties and has mastered the nuances of the complex New Orleans passing game, as well as earned the trust of quarterback Drew Brees. Without a big step forward in production this season, Fleener's future fantasy prospects are in some serious doubt.

23. Tyler Higbee, LAR - Age 24

Higbee will battle Gerald Everett for playing time in the Rams offense, but these are two very different players at the tight end position. Higbee is a big, athletic pass catcher who can be both and in-line tight end and a field stretcher. He also has a bit of a nasty streak that makes him a difficult player to bring down after the catch. From a talent perspective there's some poor man's Travis Kelce to his game if he can learn to maximize his ability. But don't overlook the fact that he's a holdover from the last coaching regime, and after falling to the Rams in the draft a couple years ago due to off the field issues, he'll need to prove himself all over again.

24. Dwayne Allen, NE - Age 27

A red zone weapon with the Colts since coming into the league, Allen was unceremoniously dealt to New England this offseason when the emergence of Jack Doyle and Erik Swoope's continued development made him expendable. On first blush, playing with Tom Brady might appear to be an upgrade from a fantasy standpoint, especially given Allen's red zone chops. But New England is a team with an endless supply of pass catching weapons, and Allen will be limited to playing in two tight end sets with Gronk to open the season. It would not be surprising to see him excel in the red zone, but it's difficult to see him topping 35-40 catches if New England can stay relatively healthy.

25. Jason Witten, DAL - Age 35

Now 35 years old, the former All-Pro has just one 100 yard receiving game and just 11 total touchdowns over the past three seasons. A reliable target in short yardage, Witten is still capable of racking up 65-75 receptions per season. But the overall yardage numbers continue to fall and he's more of a " catch and fall down" with a touch of "dad runner" at this stage of his career. There's not much dynasty value left in the future Hall of Famer.

26. Jake Butt, DEN - Age 22 Injury Update

After tearing his right ACL (for the second time) in the Orange Bowl, Butt fell to the fifth round of the draft, where Denver opted to roll the dice on the talented rookie. Tearing the same ACL twice in the span of three years definitely raises some red flags, but Butt is a talented enough traditional in-line tight end that it was worth the risk. With Paxton Lynch still slow in developing and plenty of tight end depth on the roster, the Broncos can afford to be patient. Butt will start the year on the PUP list and may sit out the entirety of the 2017 season.

27. Vance McDonald, PIT - Age 27 Injury Update

McDonald has never lived up to his second round selection, and now he's playing for a regime that has openly admitted to trying to deal him this offseason. George Kittle was drafted to take his spot, and even if he retains his role as the starter to open the season, if past history is any indication, he'll miss time at some point and open the door for Kittle. His insane contract extension makes him difficult to trade so he's going to have to impress Kyle Shanahan and company to retain any real long term value.

28. Jared Cook, OAK - Age 30

Cook parlayed his strong season in Green Bay last year into a nice payday with Raiders. At 30 years old and playing for his fourth team, Cook's career has been disappointing given the talent he has flashed at times in each of his stops. But he once again showed just enough last season to land a multi-year contract. Much like in Green Bay, he'll be too far down in the pecking order to be a weekly consideration and will need injuries to elevate his week to week potential.

29. Erik Swoope, IND - Age 25

Another former college basketball player turned NFL tight end, Swoope is a field stretcher who averaged nearly 20 yards per reception last season in limited action. But with Dwayne Allen shipped off to New England, Swoope should see increased snaps this season as the second tight end behind Jack Doyle. At just 25 years of age, Swoope has developed nicely over the past two seasons and is a player to watch. Given how much the Colts have historically utilized the tight end position with Andrew Luck, he could be a breakout player as early as 2017.

30. George Kittle, SF - Age 23

Flying a bit under the radar due to his lack of productivity as a receiver in college, Kittle can be a three down tight end in the NFL. Playing in Iowa's run heavy scheme he made plays when called upon, but really stood out as a blocker. He's a big, physical player that can win contested catches and ran a 4.52 forty at the combine. His route running needs work, but his willingness as a blocker should earn him early snaps.

31. Austin Seferian-Jenkins, NYJ - Age 24 Injury Update

A talented tight end that fell to the second round of the draft, ASJ clashed with coaches in Tampa Bay, missed extended time with injuries, and got into enough off the field trouble to garner his release mid-season. Enter the Jets, who haven't had a legitimate pass catching tight end since Dustin Keller. New York took a flyer on Seferian-Jenkins, and it has the potential to really pay off. Talent has never been a question for the big tight end, but his work ethic has been questioned since his days at the University of Washington. While he'll miss the first two games due to suspension, Quincy Enunwa's season ending injury means targets are up for grabs in the Jets offense. And by all accounts ASJ has been dominant through offseason workouts. Still just 24 years old, he has a lot of dynasty upside if he has in fact started to put it all together.

32. Antonio Gates, LAC - Age 37

The future Hall of Famer should break the all-time touchdown record for tight ends early in 2017, as he tied it in the final week of last season. This may be it for the 37 year old Gates, but we've also said that before. Hunter Henry is expected to assume the starter's role at tight end, but the former Kent State cager will continue to be involved on third downs and in the red zone.

33. Rico Gathers, DAL

Nicknamed "Zeus" by teammates, the massive Gathers is a second year player who starred as a power forward for the Baylor basketball team in college. Still a bit of a project, at 6'6" 290 pounds with superior athleticism, the Cowboys think they might have something here. Gathers spent last year on the Cowboys practice squad and should see plenty of preseason snaps. It's unlikely he has much in the way of fantasy value as long as Jason Witten is around, but he's a name to know in dynasty formats.

34. Clive Walford, OAK - Age 25

Last year was supposed to be a breakout season for Walford, but he never really got it going. Hobbled by a knee injury early on, he now likely finds himself behind veteran addition Jared Cook on the Raiders depth chart. At times Walford has flashed ability, but his lack of consistency and the signing of Cook are a concerning trend. Entering his age 26 season the physical tools are there, but he needs to impress this season in an offense that doesn't have many unspoken for targets to start with.

35. Maxx Williams, BAL - Age 23

A second round pick in 2015, Williams is still just 23 years old heading into his third NFL season. Returning from offseason knee surgery, Williams avoided the PUP list. But so far he's showed little given his pedigree, having ceded playing time to Crockett Gillmore and Dennis Pitta over the past two seasons. Ben Watson returns from a ruptured Achilles and is 36 years old, while Larry Donnell was finally phased out by the Giants and landed a last minute camp invite with the Ravens. If Williams can't climb to the top of the depth chart in 2017, it's probably time to officially declare him a bust. He's done nothing to this point, but his age and talent combined with a wide open position battle give him a fairly high ceiling at a very low cost.

36. A.J. Derby, DEN - Age 25

A receiving specialist who showed flashes in Denver last season when given the opportunity, Derby doesn't profile as an in-line tight end. But he is an athletic receiver who can create mismatches and stretches the field. He needs to stay healthy in 2017, but to provide dynasty value down the line he'll need to separate himself as a receiver from the pack of tight ends currently stockpiled on Denver's roster.

37. Bucky Hodges, MIN - Age 22

A solid dynasty prospect with far more long-term than immediate appeal, the former quarterback is a freak athlete but still very inexperienced at the position. At Virginia Tech Hodges was a highly productive receiver and served as more of an oversized wideout than a traditional tight end so his development will take time. Hodges future in Minnesota is staked to showing enough in camp to make him worth including on the 53 or squirreling away on the practice squad, but the upside is undeniable.

38. Jordan Leggett, NYJ - Age 22

A fifth round choice by the Jets, Leggett is far from an elite prospect at the tight end position. He was a productive college receiver, but is not blessed with top end speed or superior athletic ability. Drops are an issue here, and he's borderline at best as a blocker. Fortunately for Leggett, he finds himself on a Jets squad where playing time and targets are up for grabs. With Austin Seferian-Jenkins suspended to open the season, Leggett could see some playing time early in the Jets passing game.

39. Vernon Davis, WAS - Age 33

Still going strong at 33 years old, Davis thrived in two tight end sets with Jordan Reed last season, though he didn't see much in the way of red zone looks. With DeSean Jackson and Pierre Garcon leaving town, and Jordan Reed entering the preseason on the PUP list, Davis could be a bit of a sleeper for 2017. His days of dominating with his elite speed and size combination are behind him, but he's a savvy veteran that can still be productive in spurts.

40. Jesse James, PIT - Age 23

There's a reason the Steelers added Ladarius Green last offseason, and it was largely the lack of a real receiving weapon on the tight end depth chart when Heath Miller retired. But when Green's Steelers' career ended prematurely by injuries, James filled in well enough last season that Pittsburgh seems willing to trust him in a three down role. That said the addition of big bodied rookie wideout Ju Ju Smith-Schuster and the anticipated reinstatement of Martavis Bryant means there are likely to be far fewer targets coming his way this season. James should see some short yardage and red zone work, but his blocking ability is what will keep him on the field.

41. Ladarius Green, - Age 27 Injury Update

The Steelers offense is filled with playmakers that give headaches to the opposing teams coaching staff. Throughout his career in San Diego, Green was always back-up to Antonio Gates, which really hurt his development as he was never given the chance to become a passing threat. He has been through a handful of coaching changes, but the move to a starting role in Pittsburgh a season ago didn't affect his stats all that much. During his last season with the Chargers, Green was targeted 63 times, catching 37 balls for 429 receiving yards. In just six games played last season with the Steelers, Green racked up 304 receiving yards and one touchdown. In an offense that features Antonio Brown, Le'Veon Bell and Martavis Bryant targets will be hard to come by. Luckily for Green, there isn't another tight end that is threatening to take away a significant amount of his playing time in the Steelers organization, but he has yet to prove he can be relied on as a fantasy TE. If injuries hinder the Steelers receiving corps, and Green can stay on the field, there's value in him have waiting in the wings.

42. Charles Clay, BUF - Age 28 Rising Stock

Clay entered the league as a fullback for the Miami Dolphins in 2011 before turning into a full-time tight end in 2013. Clay exploded offensively during his first full season at the tight end position, shocking the football world with 759 yards while being targeted 102 times. Clay has been a top-20 fantasy tight end over the last four seasons, but hasn't been able to match the production of his 2013 career season with the Dolphins. The Buffalo Bills have a lack of reliable options in the passing game, which increases Clay's value, but the low-volume of targets since joining the Bills has scared fantasy owners away from selecting him as a starting tight end. The Bills ownership group made significant changes to the coaching staff this offseason, bringing Panthers offensive coordinator Sean McDermott, who loved to utilize TE Greg Olsen down the field. Clay has only scored seven touchdowns since signing with the Bills as a free agent in 2015 and lacks TE1 upside but could offer some value as a backup TE.

43. Zach S. Miller, CHI - Age 31
44. Adam Shaheen, CHI - Age 23
45. Jonnu Smith, TEN - Age 22
46. Crockett Gillmore, BAL - Age 25 Injury Update
47. Gary Barnidge, - Age 31
48. Dennis Pitta, - Age 32
49. Josh Hill, NWO - Age 27
50. Lance Kendricks, GB - Age 29
51. Will Tye, NYJ - Age 25
52. Tyler Kroft, CIN - Age 24
53. MyCole Pruitt, CHI - Age 25
54. Jace Amaro, TEN - Age 25
55. Jerell Adams, NYG - Age 24
56. Dion Sims, CHI - Age 26
57. Richard Rodgers, GB - Age 24
58. Virgil Green, DEN - Age 29
59. Seth Devalve, CLE - Age 24
60. Niles Paul, WAS - Age 28
61. Jeff Heuerman, DEN - Age 24
62. Jermaine Gresham, ARZ - Age 29
63. Ben Watson, BAL - Age 36 Injury Update
64. Jeremy Sprinkle, WAS - Age 23
65. Trey Burton, PHI - Age 25

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