Jeremy Kerley WR NYJ 3 Days

Kerley is expected to sign a four-year contract extension with the Jets on Tuesday, ESPN reports.

Kerley is currently playing on the final year of his rookie contract, but with over 1,500 receiving yards since 2012, the wideout has done enough to spark the Jets' interest in retaining him long-term. Upon recently acquiring Percy Harvin to go with the offseason signing of top wideout Eric Decker, New York inking Kerley to a new deal solidifies their top three wide receiver positions for the coming seasons.

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Kerley might be in for less targets going forward now that the Jets have acquired Percy Harvin.

New York often used Kerley in creative and gadgety ways; plays that Harvin is better suited for.

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Kerley caught 2-of-5 targets for 29 yards in Thursday's 27-25 loss to the Patriots.

A strong Week 3 showing provided false hope, with Kerley since recording just seven receptions for 60 yards on 21 targets over the last four games. There isn't a ton of hope for his role to increase, as the 1-6 Jets would be wise to build the offense around WR Eric Decker, TE Jace Amaro and RB Chris Ivory, all players with much higher long-term ceilings than Kerley's.

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Kerley secured just one of seven targets in Sunday's loss to Denver.

The grab went for all of four yards. The Jets offense can't support multiple pass catchers, and some weeks it doesn't support any at all. You should be able to do better than Kerley in standard formats.

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Kerley had three catches for 24 yards in Sunday's blowout loss at San Diego.

That line made Kerley the dean of New York's wideouts, though it's a disappointing line given that Eric Decker didn't play. Kerley is tough to trust heading into Week 6's game with Denver.

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Kerley was targeted just three times in Sunday's loss to Detroit. He finished with one reception for three yards.

A disappointing showing from Kerley after an encouraging one just a week earlier. His production was hurt by Eric Decker's presence, and the emergence of tight end Jace Amaro (five catches). Only two NFL clubs are on Week 5 bye, which means you can probably ignore Kerley against San Diego next week.

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Kerley caught 7-of-11 targets for 81 yards and a touchdown in Monday's 27-19 loss to the Bears.

With Eric Decker (hamstring) only able to make a token appearance, Kerley was the team's clear top option in the passing game. While he shouldn't be counted on for touchdowns or long gains, Kerley will see plenty of targets if Decker misses any time beyond Monday. Even if Decker returns, Kerley looks to be the second fiddle in a talent-lacking passing attack.

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Kerley caught just three of eight targets in Sunday's loss at Green Bay, finishing with 59 total yards (22 receiving, 37 rushing).

Kerley also caught the touchdown pass that wasn't - a 37-yard score that was washed out by a New York timeout called before the play. It's odd to see Kerley make a downfield play, as he's normally used on the shorter routes - significantly capping his fantasy upside. He's at Chicago for Week 3.

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Kerley caught all five of his targets in Sunday's victory over Oakland, finishing with 38 yards.

Kerley's game is working underneath as a possession receiver, as exhibited here. He's not a big touchdown scorer and doesn't offer much fantasy upside, though PPR players might look to him during thin weeks.

Jeremy Kerley WR NYJ 2 Months

Kerley caught one pass for 21 yards on one target in Saturday's preseason game against the Bengals.

With Eric Decker (quad) sidelined, there was more to go around for Kerley, Stephen Hill and David Nelson, all of whom are jostling for snaps and targets behind the former Bronco. None of the three made much of an impression, but Kerley has the least to gain or lose, as he's seemingly locked in as the slot man. The illness Kerley dealt with a couple of weeks ago does not appear to be a lingering issue.