Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
3 weeks ago

Celek had one catch for nine yards on two targets in Sunday's 27-13 win over Dallas.

EDGE Analysis

Celek hasn't seen much action this season as the third pass catching option at tight end for the Eagles, behind Zach Ertz and Trey Burton. In what was his 10th season, Celek finished with 14 catches on 19 targets for 155 yards and no touchdowns, all career lows.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
1 month ago

Celek secured all three of his targets for 27 yards in Thursday's 24-19 win over the Giants.

EDGE Analysis

The veteran tight end, once one of the NFL's better receiving options at the position, has seen a considerable downturn in recent seasons. However, he was a relevant part of the passing game Thursday, albeit in modest fashion. The three catches actually equaled a season high that Celek had established way back in Week 3, while the 27 yards served as his second-highest total in that category this season. Primarily a blocker and secondary target these days, Celek is tallying career lows in receptions (10) and yards (119) this season, and will finish a campaign without a score for the first time in his 10-year career if he's unable to get into the end zone against the Cowboys in the season finale on New Year's Day.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
1 month ago

Celek caught his only target for five yards in Sunday's loss to the Ravens.

EDGE Analysis

Both Zach Ertz and Trey Burton sit ahead of Celek on the pass-catching pecking order at tight end, making him fairly irrelevant in most fantasy formats.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
1 month ago

According to Eagles coach Doug Pederson, Celek is expected to play Thursday against the Giants.

EDGE Analysis

Celek suffered a stringer in Week 14 but was able to play in Sunday's loss to the Ravens, catching his lone target for five yards. After that involvement, news that Celek is slated to suit up again Thursday comes as no surprise.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
1 month ago

Celek (neck) is active for Sunday's contest in Baltimore, Adam Caplan of ESPN reports.

EDGE Analysis

The stinger suffered by Celek last Sunday didn't inhibit his subsequent workload in practice this week. As a result, he'll back up starting tight end Zach Ertz, per usual.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
1 month ago

Celek (neck) is considered questionable for Sunday's game against the Ravens.

EDGE Analysis

Celek suffered a stringer last weekend, but considering he was a full participant throughout practice this week, it'd be surprising if he wasn't available Sunday to face the Ravens.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
1 month ago

Celek (neck) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice.

EDGE Analysis

Updating a previous report, Celek was in fact at practice Wednesday, participating in full form. Barring any setbacks, he should be ready to play come Sunday's game in Baltimore.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
1 month ago

Celek (neck) will not practice Wednesday, but coach Doug Pederson said he should be ready to play Sunday against the Ravens, The Philadelphia Inquirer's Jeff McLane reports.

EDGE Analysis

Celek suffered a stinger during Sunday's loss to the Eagles, when he finished with two catches for seven yards. Although he doesn't contain much fantasy value, his injury, albeit minor, could give Trey Burton more opportunities to impress.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
1 month ago

Celek is questionable to return to Sunday's contest against the Redskins due to a stinger.

EDGE Analysis

Celek is a bit player in the Eagles' offense, as evidenced by two receptions for seven yards on this Sunday. The multi-catch outing marks just his second of the season through 13 games. Trey Burton could earn a few extra snaps as long as Celek is sidelined.

Brent Celek
TE PHI (4)
2 months ago

Celek caught his only target for 19 yards Sunday against the Seahawks.

EDGE Analysis

Though Celek has now caught a pass in two consecutive games, he trailed both Zach Ertz (11) and Trey Burton (2) in targets Sunday. The veteran tight end is unlikely to maintain much, if any, fantasy relevance as long as his younger counterparts remain healthy.