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Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle has seen snap counts of 61% and 59% over the last two games, and it can be argued that he has officially taken over as the team's No. 2 wide receiver over Mecole Hardman. Pringle drew plenty of praise this offseason and has caught five of his seven targets for 83 yards and a touchdown over his last two games. Entering Week 13 and fresh off of a bye, Pringle will face a Denver Broncos defense that has allowed 157 yards and a touchdown per game to wide receivers. The Broncos defense overall has been tough on opponents, but the Chiefs have the ability to put up big numbers on a weekly basis, and Pringle should start to be on the radar of fantasy managers. For Week 13, Pringle is an upside play as a WR4/flex option in deeper formats.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle had a nice night in a Week 10 victory versus the Las Vegas Raiders. Catching four of his five targets, Pringle recorded 46 yards and caught a 22-yard touchdown. Pringle opened eyes in training camp, but lost the No. 2 wide receiver job to Mecole Hardman and has also been competing with Demarcus Robinson and Josh Gordon for snaps. Despite the nice performance on Sunday evening, Pringle would need an injury or two to become a bigger part of the offense and can safely remain on the waiver wire.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle caught five balls and was the team leader with 73 yards in an ugly loss versus the Tennessee Titans in Week 7. Pringle got some rave reviews during training camp and has gone over 50 receiving yards in three games, but has gone for 23 yards or less in his other four games. Aside from competing with wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce, Pringle has wide receivers Mecole Hardman, Demarcus Robinson and Josh Gordon to compete with for snaps. Barring an injury, Pringle can remain on waivers for now.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle caught both of his targets for 63 yards and a touchdown in a Week 2 loss versus the Baltimore Ravens. Pringle's biggest play of the game was a 40-yard touchdown in the third quarter to give the Chiefs a 28-17 lead at the time. Entering his fourth season, Pringle drew plenty of praise this offseason and he came through this evening. Unfortunately for Pringle, the Chiefs have plenty of mouths to feed and that includes wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce. With Pringle also competing with wide receivers Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson for playing time, his ceiling moving forward remains limited. Pringle is worth keeping an eye on in deeper leagues, but managers should expect him to be a shaky option on a weekly basis. Next up will be a matchup versus the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 3.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle will be worth keeping an eye on Week 3's preseason game versus the Minnesota Vikings. Wide receiver Mecole Hardman has been the teams No. 2 wide receiver throughout training camp, but Pringle has been breathing down his neck. Both Hardman and Pringle look to have the No. 2 and No. 3 spots locked up over Demarcus Robinson, but Friday's game could give one of them the leg up entering the season. Pringle has drawn plenty of praise during training camp and he has caught six of his seven targets for 73 yards and a touchdown in two preseason games. Hardman has drawn nine targets in two preseason games and has hauled in four balls for 39 yards and a touchdown. It should be noted that starting quarterback Patrick Mahomes has been on the sideline for much of this. Despite that, the battle for the No.2 spot could come down to Friday's contest and if one of Pringle or Hardman stands out, they could earn that spot. Whoever does wind up with the No. 2 spot will be behind wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tight Travis Kelce for targets, but could carve out a nice role in one of the best offenses in the league. Those playing DFS for Week 3 of the preseason should consider both receivers.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle caught both of his targets for 10 yards and a five-yard touchdown in Saturday's preseason opener versus the San Francisco 49ers. Pringle has been competing with wide receivers Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson for the No. 2 and No. 3 spots on the depth chart. Pringle has looked good in training camp and managers searching for a sleeper should write his name down. Hardman has the upper hand as the No. 2 wide receiver as of now, but he dropped his only target and only played five snaps compared to four for Pringle and 10 for Robinson. Robinson didn't help his case either with no targets. It's still way too early for the Chiefs to announce their final depth chart, but whoever wins the No. 2 spot will be worth a look in all formats.
The Athletic's Nate Taylor reports Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle was targeted the most by quarterback Patrick Mahomes in minicamp. Wide receiver Mecole Hardman is expected to have a leg up on the No. 2 wide receiver spot, but Pringle and Demarcus Robinson remain in the mix. Pringle will be entering his third season and the speedster has caught 25 of his 33 targets for 330 yards and two touchdowns in his first two seasons. The Chiefs passing game will be dominated by wide receiver Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce, but Pringle is worth keeping an eye on. He could be a valuable cheap option for the 2021 campaign.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle signed his original-round tender on Thursday, according to his agents. The 27-year-old will make $2.1 million during the 2021 season. Pringle caught just 13 passes on 17 targets for 160 yards and one touchdown in 13 games (three starts) for the Chiefs last year, but the team remains high on him and he could have a much bigger role this season now that Sammy Watkins is no longer around. Still, the Chiefs have plenty of weapons on offense, and he's likely to compete with Demarcus Robinson and Mecole Hardman for an expanded role behind wideout Tyreek Hill and tight end Travis Kelce.
The Kansas City Chiefs used the restricted free-agent tender on wide receiver Byron Pringle, according to his agency. The Chiefs will be able to match any offer sheet that Pringle receives from another team, but they will not receive any draft-pick compensation if he signs elsewhere. The fourth-year receiver caught 13 passes for 160 yards and a touchdown last season as pass-catching depth in KC's loaded offense. The 27-year-old has blazing speed and can score at any moment when paired with quarterback Patrick Mahomes, but his playing time has been sparse. But if Pringle were to land elsewhere in free agency and become a starting slot receiver, he'd be much more attractive to fantasy managers in 2021.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle caught four of his six targets for 52 yards and a touchdown versus the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 17. Pringle hasn't seen much action for the Chiefs this season, but saw extended playing time on Sunday with the Chiefs resting most of their starters this afternoon. Pringle will slide back down the depth chart for the Chiefs playoff run and is a name that managers could avoid.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver/kick returner Byron Pringle (ankle) has been activated off of injured reserve, which paves the way for a potential return to action as soon as Sunday versus the Saints. Pringle's value lies primarily in his kick returning expertise, which benefits the Chiefs Defense/special teams group more than his individual value as a wide receiver. With that said, upon his activation, he'll give Patrick Mahomes yet another deep threat, further strengthening the fantasy appeal of the Chiefs' MVP candidate. With Kansas City's defense having found its groove, Pringle's return on special teams could push the group toward top tier status entering the postseason.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle (ankle) was placed on Injured Reserve on Tuesday, meaning that he'll miss at least the team's upcoming three contests. Pringle hauled in three receptions for 17 yards versus Las Vegas on Sunday night before departing due to an ankle injury, which will keep him on the shelf for around a month. With Sammy Watkins' (hamstring) status still up in the air, Tyreek Hill, Demarcus Robinsonand Mecole Hardman should continue to see a plethora of targets coming their way from MVP front-runner Patrick Mahomes. With limited options at WR, the Chiefs are also tasked with facing a stout Buccaneers Defense in Week 12, but Hill and tight end Travis Kelce remain high-end, must-start fantasy assets in all leagues.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle had a huge Week 5 performance where he caught six passes for 103 yards and a touchdown. He saw eight targets during his huge Week 5 game, but then he was targeted just three times during the Week 6 loss to the Texans. It seems like that performance might have just been a fluke. Tyreek Hill, Mecole Hardman, and Demarcus Robinson are all above Pringle on the depth chart. It's unlikely Pringle will get more than two or three targets with all those receivers healthy. He could be a desperation flex in deep leagues, but most fantasy owners should bench or drop Pringle. Most fantasy owners shouldn't bother with Pringle for the Week 7 matchup versus the Denver Broncos.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle had a huge 103 yard performance last week, but was unable to do it again in Week 6. Pringle caught two of his three targets for 24 yards in the loss to the Houston Texans. Tyreek Hill (shoulder) returning basically killed all of Pringle's fantasy value. Hill, Sammy Watkins (when healthy), and Mecole Hardman are all ahead of Pringle on the depth chart. It'll be difficult for Pringle to hold fantasy value on a weekly basis. He'll be a drop candidate in most formats for next week. The Chiefs take on the Denver Broncos on Thursday in Week 7.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle caught six passes for 103 yards and a touchdown in the loss to the Colts in Week 5. Pringle had two receptions heading into last week, but could have value again versus the Houston Texans in Week 6. Tyreek Hill (shoulder) is questionable to play after missing the last month. Sammy Watkins (hamstring) is doubtful to suit up after missing practice all week. Mecole Hardman, Demarcus Robinson, and Pringle would be the main options without them. Both Hardman and Robinson would likely see a bulk of the targets, but Pringle could be a desperation flex option against the Texans.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle was forced into more playing time after Sammy Watkins (hamstring) went down during the first drive. Watkins did not return to action and Pringle made sure to make the most of his extra snaps. Pringle caught six of his nine targets for 103 yards and a touchdown in the loss to the Colts in Week 5. Tyreek Hill (shoulder) is expected to play next week versus the Houston Texans. Pringle could still be worth an add in some formats, assuming Watkins is sidelined for at least one game. Most owners might want to wait for an update on Watkins before adding Pringle.
Kansas City Chiefs wide receiver Byron Pringle has been fairly quiet through the first four games of the regular season. He has two receptions for 20 yards in the first four weeks, but that could change in Week 5. Star receiver Tyreek Hill (shoulder) remains out, and Sammy Watkins (shoulder, hamstring) is questionable versus the Colts. Mecole Hardman and Demarcus Robinson would be the two top receivers without Watkins available. Pringle would likely end up being the No. 3 option against the Colts on Sunday. Pringle would have deep league appeal or WR4/5 appeal without Watkins. However, Pringle basically won't have any value if Watkins plays, so fantasy owners will have to wait and see.
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