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Jan 7, 2024 2 18 11 0 1
Dec 31, 2023 0 0 0 0
Dec 25, 2023 2 21 12 0 2
Dec 18, 2023 0 0 0 0
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2023 4 39 9.75 0.00 30.2
2022 5 81 16.20 0.00 70.5
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Set to play Week 13

    Calcaterra (ankle) is active for Sunday's game against the 49ers. Calcaterra was able to log a limited session Friday after missing the previous two practices. Calcaterra and Jack Stoll will serve as the primary tight ends for Sunday's game with Dallas Goedert (forearm) ruled out.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Won't play Week 12

    Calcaterra (ankle) has been ruled out of Sunday's game against Buffalo. Calcaterra hurt his ankle during the third quarter of last Monday's win over Kansas City and didn't return. He wasn't able to practice in any capacity during Week 12 prep, so it's not surprising that he's been ruled out ahead of Sunday's contest. Dallas Goedert (forearm) has also been deemed out for the matchup with the Bills, so Jack Stoll should lead the Eagles' tight end corps, with Albert Okwuegbunam likely seeing some action as well.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Doesn't participate in walkthrough

    Calcaterra (ankle) didn't participate in Wednesday's walkthrough. Calcaterra didn't play in the team's Week 9 win over the Cowboys with a concussion and is now in danger of missing his second game of the season. With Dallas Goedert still dealing with a forearm injury, Jack Stoll and Albert Okwuegbunam could be the only healthy tight ends on the team's roster for Sunday's matchup with the Bills.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Logs full week of practice

    Calcaterra (concussion) has no injury designation ahead of Monday night's game against Kansas City, Matt McMullen of the Chiefs' official site reports. Calcaterra had no limitations in practice this week, and it now seems as if he's had enough time to move past his concussion. The second-year tight end has the opportunity to see an increased workload, with Dallas Goedert (forearm) out for Monday night's contest.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Full practice Thursday

    Calcaterra (concussion) logged a full practice on Thursday. Calcaterra missed the team's Week 9 win over the Cowboys with a concussion, but his ability to practice in full coming out of Philadelphia's bye week seems to suggest that he'll be ready to go for Monday's matchup with Kansas City. The tight end hasn't officially been cleared from concussion protocol quite yet, though he seems likely to be in the coming days.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Won't play Sunday

    Calcaterra (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against Dallas. Calcaterra sustained a concussion during the Week 8 win against Washington, and while he was able to log a limited practice Friday, he won't be ready to suit up for this Sunday's game against the division-rival Cowboys. The 2022 sixth-round pick's next chance to play will come versus the Chiefs on Monday, Nov. 20, though he'll still need to clear the league's concussion protocol before then. In Calcaterra's absence, expect Albert Okwuegbunam to serve as the Eagles' third-string tight end behind Dallas Goedert and Jack Stoll.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Won't return Sunday

    Calcaterra (concussion) has been ruled out for the rest of Sunday's game against the Commanders. Calcaterra left Sunday's game and was being evaluated for a concussion. He's been mostly used on special teams this season and has not accrued a target over the first seven games.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Five catches in rookie season

    Calcaterra finished his rookie season with five catches for 81 yards and zero touchdowns ahead of the playoffs. Four of Calcaterra's five catches came when he was elevated for the second tight end role while Dallas Goedert missed time with a shoulder injury. The fact that Calcaterra still averaged less than a catch per game during those contests means it's difficult to see him having much fantasy relevance next season.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Headed for smaller role

    Calcaterra is expected to slide down to third on the depth chart at tight end in Saturday's game at Dallas after Philadelphia reinstated Dallas Goedert (shoulder) from injured reserve Tuesday, ESPN.com reports. After missing the Eagles' last five games, Goedert is expected to step back in as the team's starting tight end, while Jack Stoll handles the No. 2 role. During Goedert's five-game absence, Calcaterra recorded four receptions for 41 yards on eight targets while playing at least 28 percent of the Eagles' offensive snaps in each contest. In his other seven appearances this season when Goedert was available, Calcaterra played less than a quarter of the snaps each time while totaling just one reception.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Targeted four times

    Calcaterra pulled in two of his four targets for 24 yards in Sunday's 48-22 victory over the Giants. It was a busy day by Calcaterra's standards, as he'd only been targeted three times all year heading into the week. He was involved right from the start, catching a 13-yard pass on the Eagles' first play of the game. He got his team into the red zone with an 11-yard catch later on the same drive, but he failed to add to his tally the rest of the way.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Minimal role in Goedert's absence

    Calcaterra saw the field for just 19 offensive snaps and was not targeted a single time in Sunday's win over Indianapolis. Calcaterra could have been in line for an increased role in the absence of Dallas Goedert (shoulder), as No. 2 tight end Jack Stoll primarily fills a blocking role. While Calcaterra did indeed set a season high in offensive snaps, he remained in nowhere near a fantasy-relevant role.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Goes without target in Week 8

    Calcaterra wasn't targeted while playing 11 of the Eagles' 53 snaps on offense Sunday in the team's 35-13 win over the Steelers. A healthy inactive through the Eagles' first two games, Calcaterra has now dressed in five consecutive contests as Philadelphia's No. 3 tight end. The role hasn't translated to much meaningful production or playing time, as the rookie has one reception (for 40 yards) to his name while playing just 55 total snaps on offense in his five games.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Out for Sunday

    Calcaterra (coach's decision) is inactive Sunday against the Lions. Calcaterra was able to make the 53-man roster, but he's still No. 4 on the Eagles' tight end positional depth chart. He'll give way to Dallas Goedert, Jack Stoll and Noah Togiai at the position Sunday. The rookie, selected in the sixth round of the 2022 Draft, will need to prove more to crack the roster on gameday in Week 2.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Not yet recovered

    Calcaterra (hamstring) is still not practicing with the team Sunday, Martin Frank of The Delaware News Journal reports. Calcaterra suffered the injury during practice Aug. 1 and has been out since. Selected in the sixth round of the 2022 Draft, Calcaterra is likely competing with the returning Richard Rodgers for a roster spot, with Tyree Jackson (knee) on the active/PUP list.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Hurts leg in practice

    Calcaterra suffered a leg injury in practice Saturday, Martin Frank of the Delaware News Journal reports. The severity of Calcaterra's injury is unclear, but it will keep him out of practice Monday at minimum. Once cleared to return, the rookie sixth-round pick will attempt to carve out a depth role on Philadelphia's tight end depth chart.
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  • Eagles' Grant Calcaterra: Flies to Philly

    The Eagles selected Calcaterra in the sixth round of the 2022 NFL Draft, 198th overall. Calcaterra had an interesting route to the NFL. He nearly ended his career after sustaining concussions at Oklahoma and was out of football in 2020. Calcaterra returned to the gridiron at SMU in 2021 and built on the potential he showed when he was in Norman. He caught 38 of 63 targets for 465 yards and four touchdowns in an explosive SMU passing game. Calcaterra (6-foot-4, 241 pounds) ran a 4.62 in the 40-yard dash at the combine, which projects well for his ability to attack the seam in Philadelphia's offense. He's a worthwhile late-round gamble for the Eagles.
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