Anthony Fasano TE KC 11 Months

Chiefs declared TEs Anthony Fasano and Travis Kelce, C Eric Kush, OT Eric Fisher, DL Jaye Howard, LB Nico Johnson, and QB Tyler Bray inactive for Week 5 against the Titans.

Jamaal Charles, as expected, is active despite being listed on the injury report with a toe injury. Sean McGrath will be the Chiefs' primary tight end.

Anthony Fasano TE KC 11 Months

Anthony Fasano (ankle, knee) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Giants.

Fasano returned to a limited practice Friday, but his Week 4 status remains up in the air. With both Fasano and Travis Kelce (knee) sidelined, the Chiefs could be forced to start Sean McGrath for the second straight week.

Anthony Fasano TE KC 11 Months

Anthony Fasano (ankle) remained sidelined at Chiefs practice Wednesday.

Fasano didn't practice last week and missed last Thursday night's Week 3 win over the Eagles. He has just four catches for 34 yards this season.

Anthony Fasano TE KC 11 Months

Anthony Fasano (ankle) is officially doubtful for Thursday's game against the Eagles.

Both Fasano and Travis Kelce (knee) are hobbled. The Chiefs may be forced to go with Sean McGrath as their starter Thursday night. Even owners in 16-team leagues can drop Fasano.

Anthony Fasano TE KC 11 Months

Chiefs TE Anthony Fasano (ankle) was held out of Tuesday's practice.

Fasano's status is unclear, but it's irrelevant for fantasy purposes. Fasano has fallen far down the target totem pole in Kansas City, and is off the roto radar.

Anthony Fasano TE KC 12 Months

Anthony Fasano caught two passes for eight yards in the Chiefs' Week 1 win over the Jaguars.

Fasano saw five targets on the day but predictably didn't do much with them. He's not on the fantasy radar. Fasano will mainly be used as a blocker.

Anthony Fasano TE KC Mar 11 '13

The Sideline View's Adam Caplan considers TE Anthony Fasano someone to "keep an eye on" after the first wave of free agency.

The 28-year-old (in April) tight end has just 205 catches across 108 career games, but Caplan believes teams will come away impressed with his tape. Fasano has always been a bit underrated, but with the tight end market unusually loaded, he picked the wrong year to reach free agency.

Anthony Fasano TE KC Jan 05 '13

The Dolphins are not expected to prioritize re-signing TE Anthony Fasano this offseason.

An impending unrestricted free agent, Fasano finished with a career-high 41 catches this season, but was rarely a factor in the passing game and there's been no indication that he'll be brought back. The Dolphins will likely look to replace Fasano in-house with TE/FB Charles Clay and 2012 third-round pick Michael Egnew.

Anthony Fasano TE KC Dec 23 '12

Anthony Fasano was held to two catches for 12 yards in Week 16 against the Bills.

With Davone Bess sidelined, Fasano saw just four targets from Ryan Tannehill, and has only 77 yards over his last three games. He's been mostly a non-factor all year for the Dolphins, but maintained low-end fantasy value due to his ability to score touchdowns. Third-round pick Michael Egnew was active for the first time this season and saw limited snaps as the "move" tight end.

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Anthony Fasano caught six balls for 56 yards and a touchdown in the Dolphins' Week 16 win over Jacksonville.

Fasano was the box-score beneficiary of Davone Bess' (back) inactivity, hauling in a red-zone score and playing in the slot often. Fasano will still be difficult to trust as a desperation tight end play in Week 16 against the Bills. He lacks playmaking ability and has been a fantasy non-factor all year.