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2023 Receiving

Receiving Yards
Average Yards per Reception
Receiving Touchdowns
Longest Reception
Regular Season 9 38 4.2 0 8

Top Deonte Harty News

  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Two grabs in win

    Harty secured both of his targets for 10 yards in Sunday's 48-20 win over the Dolphins.

    Harty had a quiet day against the Dolphins on Sunday, playing just 15 of the Bills' 58 offensive snaps. The veteran wideout saw the fewest snaps of any Bills' receiver, playing behind Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis, Trent Sherfield and Khalil Shakir. Despite him being in a high-powered offense, Harty's 21 percent snap share average is limiting his opportunities to be a consistent contributor in Buffalo. Buried on the depth chart, the 25-year-old should remain off the fantasy radar, barring injuries to Buffalo's receiver corps. Harty and the Bills are set to take on the Jaguars in Week 5.

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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Quiet in win

    Harty secured two of his three targets for 15 yards and carried the ball two times for minus-2 yards in Sunday's 37-3 win over the Commanders.

    Harty added 27 yards on punt returns in the contest. The veteran wideout played 13 offensive snaps Sunday, the fewest of any Bills wide receiver. In his limited opportunities, Harty was unable to have much of an impact on the game from a production standpoint. As a member of a crowded group of pass catchers in Buffalo, the 27-year-old remains difficult to trust for fantasy purposes. Harty will look to be more involved on offense when the Bills host the Dolphins in Week 3.

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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Seeing few snaps, but big usage

    Harty recorded two catches for four yards on three targets in Sunday's 38-10 win over the Raiders.

    Though he's played less than a quarter of the Bills' snaps on offense in both of the first two games and ranked behind Stefon Diggs, Gabe Davis and Trent Sherfield in playing time Week 2, Harty has been consistently involved when on the field. Playing a role similar to the one the undersized Isaiah McKenzie held for Buffalo in the past, the 5-foot-6, 170-pound Harty has been targeted on seven of the 22 routes (31.8 percent) he's run and has carried the ball once on the five nonpassing downs he's played this season. Because of his size limitations, Harty's role might not be scaled up much from this level, though he would benefit if Diggs or Davis were to miss time at any point.

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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Locks down roster spot

    Harty has secured a spot on Buffalo's initial 53-man roster.

    Harty will start the season as Buffalo's top option in the return game while also handling a depth role on offense. He could see increased opportunities early in the season until Justin Shorter (hamstring) returns from IR, leaving him a chance to compete with Khalil Shakir for No. 3 reps behind Stefon Diggs and Gabe Davis. Joe Buscaglia of The Athletic reports that Harty and Shakir should both handle snaps out of the slot when Diggs doesn't line up there.

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  • Bills' Deonte Harty: Decent chance at roster spot

    Special teams coach Matthew Smiley mentioned Harty and Khalil Shakir this week as top options to replace Nyheim Hines (knee) as the team's primary return man this season, Patrick Warren of the Bills' official site reports. "Deonte had a lot of success in New Orleans on punt return, especially earlier in his career," Smiley said. "I think that it's always nice that somebody has NFL reps so his comfort level at that position is definitely a benefit."

    Harty, a free-agent signee, returned both punts and kickoffs in his four-year tenure with the Saints. The Bills also don't have a clear-cut slot receiver and may use kind of a committee at that spot, another angle for Harty to secure a roster spot. Given how the Bills planned on using the versatile Hines before his season-ending knee injury stemming from a jet ski accident, it may now be difficult for a jack-of-all-trades type like Harty, though it's worth noting the Bills did bring in Andy Isabella for return help since Smiley made those statements.

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Player Bio

HT/WT: 5-6, 170 lbs
Birthplace: Baltimore, MD
Age: 25
School: Assumption
Experience: 5