Andre Roberts

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Height / Weight
5'11" / 195 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
January 9, 1988 (32)
Experience
11th Season
Drafted
2010 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 88 (ARI)
College
The Citadel

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Andre Roberts News

Andre Roberts Out, Tyler Kroft Doubtful

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Andre Roberts (quadriceps) will not play in Week 1 against the Jets after injuring himself in practice on Monday. Roberts, a 2018 Pro Bowl returner, isn't fantasy relevant. Robert Foster, Cole Beasley, Devin Singletary, Isaiah McKenzie and Micah Hyde are options to replace Roberts on returns this Sunday. Tight end Tyler Kroft (foot) practiced on a limited basis on Friday but is listed as doubtful. John Brown, Zay Jones and Cole Beasley should be Buffalo's top three wideouts in the season opener. Avoid the Bills tight end situation altogether in fantasy.

Sep. 6th • 2:58 PM
Andre Roberts Has Earned First-Team Practice Reps

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Andre Roberts has primarily made his mark as a punt and kick returner since 2016. He's filled the role for the Lions, Falcons and Jets and this year will be his first season with the Bills. However, the Bills might be looking to get him a little more involved in the passing game as coach Doug McDermott has been encouraged by Roberts' work ethic, giving him some opportunities to run with the first team at practice. He blocked extremely well the other night," McDermott said in reference to practice, "Ran some people off to open up space for our other receivers and you never really hear him say two words about it. He just wants to win. While this revelation might put Roberts somewhere on the fantasy radar, he still has far too many other receivers ahead of him on the depth chart to warrant drafting consideration.

Aug. 19th • 8:28 AM
Andre Roberts Making Presence Known At Wideout

Buffalo Bills wide receiver Andre Roberts was impressive again in the receiving game during practice on Tuesday, and he has been seeing more reps at receiver than he's seen in several years. Normally, he has been known for his special teams abilities and work in the return game. "I'm getting a lot here. That's just what I like to prove every single year that I play. Be what I am at returner, but at the same time be a dual threat and do some things on offense," Roberts said. He has had some first-team reps in practice, rotating with several others. His fantasy impact on offense is likely to still be rather small, but his presence in the return game helps the value of the Bills DST. Consider Buffalo's DST a low-end No. 1 option in most leagues of 12 or more teams.

Aug. 6th • 8:53 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Josh Allen
Matt Barkley
RB Devin Singletary
Zack Moss
LWR Stefon Diggs
Duke Williams
RWR John Brown
Isaiah McKenzie
SWR Cole Beasley
Isaiah Hodgins
TE Dawson Knox
Jason Croom
LT Dion Dawkins
Ty Nsekhe
LG Quinton Spain
Daryl Williams
C Mitch Morse
Evan Boehm
RG Jon Feliciano
Spencer Long
RT Cody Ford
Victor Salako
LDE Mario Addison
Trent Murphy
LDT Ed Oliver
Quinton Jefferson
RDT Star Lotulelei
Vernon Butler
RDE Jerry Hughes
A.J. Epenesa
WLB A.J. Klein
Vosean Joseph
MLB Tremaine Edmunds
Tyler Matakevich
SLB Matt Milano
Tyrel Dodson
RCB Josh Norman
Levi Wallace
SS Jordan Poyer
Jaquan Johnson
FS Micah Hyde
Dean Marlowe
LCB Tre'Davious White
E.J. Gaines
NB Taron Johnson
Siran Neal
K Stephen Hauschka
Tyler Bass