Anthony Miller

Anthony Miller Fantasy

Healthy
2 64th
TDs
2019
656 49th
2019
6.0 52nd
2019
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Height / Weight
5'11" / 199 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
October 9, 1994 (25)
Experience
3rd Season
Drafted
2018 / Rd. 2 / Pk. 51 (CHI)
College
Memphis

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Anthony Miller News

Anthony Miller Hoping To Improve Preparation

Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller is working with the team's coaching staff to improve his preparation before games. Miller got off to a slow start in 2019 after offseason shoulder surgery, producing only four receptions through his first four games. But the third-year receiver ended strong, finishing up the season with 52 catches for 656 yards and two scores. Miller has a wealth of talent on the field, but Bears receivers coach Mike Furrey indicates that it is his preparation that is separating him from NFL stardom. "In the middle of the season, I believe Anthony really started having an idea and understanding what it takes not just how to step inside the four-inch line and go play football, but how to start developing himself as a professional through a process leading up to a game, Furrey said. Miller will have plenty of boom/bust potential heading into 2020.

Jun. 26th • 3:17 PM
Anthony Miller Rehabbing, Studying Film

Chicago Bears wide receiver Anthony Miller (shoulder) has been studying other NFL receivers to see how he can raise his game while rehabbing from left shoulder surgery for the second straight year. Steve Smith, Isaac Bruce and Stefon Diggs are among those that he's been studying. The second-round pick in 2018 was injured for most of his rookie season and caught 33 passes for 423 yards and seven touchdowns. Miller finished with 52 grabs for 656 yards and two scores in 2019. I feel like this is going to be my best year yet, Miller said. He's expected to be ready for training camp this summer, although he's not at the point of catching balls yet. Miller started slow last year but came on strong for a five-game stretch where he had 33 catches for 431 yards and two touchdowns late in the year. The Bears and fantasy owners want to see more consistency with him, but Miller could be a nice WR3 sleeper if he's healthy. Having Nick Foles under center instead of Mitchell Trubisky could also raise Miller's fantasy ceiling as the No. 2 behind Allen Robinson.

May. 13th • 1:15 PM
Anthony Miller Will Undergo Surgery

Chicago Bears general manager Ryan Pace announced on Tuesday that wide receiver Anthony Miller (shoulder) will need surgery on his left shoulder, and it will keep him out until training camp next year. Miller had surgery on the same shoulder last January as well, so it's something to watch moving forward. The second-round pick in 2018 predictably fell back down to Earth in his sophomore season after scoring seven touchdowns in his rookie year. Miller came out of the gates super slow in 2019, but he rebounded in the second half and was granted more opportunities with Taylor Gabriel (concussion) sidelined. He should enter 2020 firmly entrenched as the No. 2 behind Allen Robinson, but Miller's fantasy upside is limited with Mitch Trubisky not displaying much under center.

Dec. 31st • 12:48 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Nick Foles
Mitchell Trubisky
RB David Montgomery
Tarik Cohen
LWR Allen Robinson II
Javon Wims
RWR Anthony Miller
Cordarrelle Patterson
SWR Ted Ginn Jr.
Riley Ridley
TE Jimmy Graham
Cole Kmet
LT Charles Leno Jr.
Jason Spriggs
LG James Daniels
Corey Levin
C Cody Whitehair
Sam Mustipher
RG Rashaad Coward
Germain Ifedi
RT Bobby Massie
Alex Bars
DT Akiem Hicks
Roy Robertson-Harris
NT Eddie Goldman
John Jenkins
DE Bilal Nichols
Abdullah Anderson
LOLB Khalil Mack
James Vaughters
LILB Danny Trevathan
Josh Woods
RILB Roquan Smith
Joel Iyiegbuniwe
ROLB Robert Quinn
Barkevious Mingo
LCB Kyle Fuller
Buster Skrine
FS Deon Bush
Jordan Lucas
SS Eddie Jackson
DeAndre Houston-Carson
RCB Artie Burns
Jaylon Johnson
K Eddy Piñeiro