- Height / Weight
- 5'11" / 201 lbs.
- Date of Birth (Age)
- October 9, 1994 (24)
- 2nd Season
- 2018 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 51 (CHI)
Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller (shoulder) is set to have offseason left shoulder surgery, according to general manager Ryan Pace. It's unclear how extensive of a surgery it will be, but Miller will have plenty of time to recover before next season. He hauled in 33 passes (54 targets) for 423 yards and seven touchdowns in 15 games in his rookie season. While the catches and yards are nothing to write home about, Miller did lead the team in receiving touchdowns. He should remain a big part of the offense in his second year alongside Allen Robinson and Taylor Gabriel, but he could be a disappointment as a WR4 for fantasy owners unless he's targeted more often in the passing game.
Chicago Bears wide receivers Allen Robinson (ribs) and Anthony Miller (shoulder) practiced in full all week and were taken off the final injury report for the wild-card game against the Eagles on Sunday. A-Rob didn't play in Week 17 but will return this weekend against a very shaky Philly secondary. The Eagles allowed the third most fantasy points per week (41.0) to wideouts this year, making both Robinson and Miller good cheap DFS options on wild-card weekend.
Chicago Bears rookie wide receiver Anthony Miller (shoulder) injured his left shoulder in the Week 17 game against the Vikings and was ruled out for the rest of the game. Unfortunately for any fantasy owners that had Miller in their lineups, the first-year wideout didn't catch a pass before his injury. It remains to be seen if Miller will be available for the first round of the NFC playoffs. With Allen Robinson also missing Week 17, Chicago's pass-catching group is beat up. Taylor Gabriel, Kevin White and rookie Javon Wims may need to step up, as well as tight end Trey Burton. Miller finishes out the regular season with 33 catches for 423 yards and seven touchdowns.