Chris Hogan #15 WR
Height / Weight
6'1" / 215 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
October 24, 1988 (29)
6th Season
2011 / Rd. / Pk. (SF FA)
Monmouth - NJ
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New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan continues to be a main target for quarterback Tom Brady in the end zone. Hogan played most of the first half against the Eagles and caught five passes for 25 yards and a touchdown. Hogan proved himself as a real end-zone threat last season when he had five touchdowns during Weeks 2-5. He battled injuries for the rest of the year until torching the Eagles in the Super Bowl with six catches for 128 yards and a touchdown. If he can stay healthy this year, Hogan should be a consistent and reliable target. He should also see a nice boost during the first four weeks of the regular season with receiver Julian Edelman serving his suspension to begin the year.

11 hours ago | RotoBaller

The New England Patriots and wide receiver Chris Hogan have had discussions about a contract extension, but the two sides are too far apart in the early stages of the process, according to a source. There is still plenty of time for the two sides to come to an agreement. Hogan is the clear No. 1 receiver in New England, and that means a lot when quarterback Tom Brady is running the show. That's even better news for his fantasy owners with Julian Edelman suspended the first four games. Injuries are a concern -- he missed seven games in 2017 -- but he could post double-digit touchdowns if he plays a full season. Target him as a solid No. 2 fantasy wideout.

18 hours ago | RotoBaller

New England Patriots wide receiver Chris Hogan will head into Super Bowl Sunday as somewhat of a forgotten man. With the postseason emergence of Danny Amendola, a very talented receiver in Hogan is flying under the radar. Hogan battled injuries all season and has struggled getting back into the flow of the Patriots offense despite catching five touchdowns in his first four games this season. He will go up against an Eagles secondary that allowed the 14th most fantasy points to opposing receivers during the regular season. The road to the Super Bowl rides on the arm of Tom Brady and the 40-year old could easily surpass 40 pass attempts in the game. With all the focus on players like Rob Gronkowski, Brandin Cooks and Dion Lewis, Hogan could surprise with a solid fantasy stat line. Hogan carries plenty of risk but there is a scenario where he could catch 4-6 passes for 50-90 receiving yards.

over 6 months ago | RotoBaller