Bryan Edwards

Bryan Edwards Fantasy

Questionable Ankle
Height / Weight
6'3" / 212 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
November 13, 1998 (21)
Experience
Rookie
Drafted
2020 / Rd. 3 / Pk. 81 (LV)
College
South Carolina

Season Logs

Game Logs

Bryan Edwards News

Bryan Edwards Won't Play In Week 4

Las Vegas Raiders rookie wide receiver Bryan Edwards (ankle) has been ruled out for Week 4 against the Bills as he battles an ankle sprain, according to a source. Edwards is considered week-to-week moving forward. There's a chance that the No. 81 overall pick in this year's draft misses additional games. Fellow rookie Henry Ruggs III missed last week with an injury, so the Raiders could be short-handed at the position in a tough matchup this Sunday. If both rookies are inactive, it would be Hunter Renfrow, Zay Jones and Nelson Agholor in three-wide sets. Tight end Darren Waller figures to dominate the passing-game targets yet again, and he's really the only pass-catcher of this group worth using in starting lineups for Las Vegas.

Sep. 30th • 11:01 AM
Bryan Edwards Removed From Injury Report

Las Vegas Raiders rookie wide receiver Bryan Edwards (foot) has been removed from the team's injury report, a sign that he'll be on the field this week against the New England Patriots. With Henry Ruggs III (hamstring/knee) sitting, Edwards will look for a larger role on Sunday. He's been targeted just three times through two games, but did catch both Week 2 targets for 42 yards. The promising young wideout has some appeal in deep leagues this week with no Ruggs, but he remains an incredibly risky play until we see him get a higher target share.

Sep. 26th • 10:00 AM
Bryan Edwards Set To Start In First NFL Game

Las Vegas Raiders rookie wide receiver Bryan Edwards is listed as a starter on the team's depth chart heading into Week 1 against the Panthers. He'll line up alongside fellow rookie Henry Ruggs III and Hunter Renfrow. An opportunity for Edwards opened up when Tyrell Williams (shoulder) was placed on Injured Reserve, so the 21-year-old is worth a waiver pickup early on if you're in need of more receiver depth. He had an outstanding training camp and was even compared to Davante Adams by quarterback Derek Carr. Edwards has a favorable matchup against Carolina out of the gates, but it's fair to wonder how many snaps he'll play as a complementary option in his first game. Consider him a DFS sleeper on Sunday.

Sep. 9th • 6:53 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Derek Carr
Marcus Mariota
RB Josh Jacobs
Jalen Richard
LWR Henry Ruggs III
Zay Jones
RWR Hunter Renfrow
Rico Gafford
SWR Nelson Agholor
Tyrell Williams
TE Darren Waller
Jason Witten
LT Kolton Miller
Brandon Parker
LG John Simpson
Denzelle Good
C Rodney Hudson
Andre James
RG Gabe Jackson
Patrick Omameh
RT Sam Young
LDE Clelin Ferrell
Arden Key
LDT Maurice Hurst
Johnathan Hankins
RDT Maliek Collins
RDE Maxx Crosby
Carl Nassib
SLB Nick Kwiatkoski
Kyle Wilber
MLB Nicholas Morrow
Raekwon McMillan
WLB Cory Littleton
LCB Isaiah Johnson
SS Johnathan Abram
Jeff Heath
FS Erik Harris
Dallin Leavitt
RCB Trayvon Mullen
Keisean Nixon
NB Lamarcus Joyner
Amik Robertson
K Daniel Carlson
Dominik Eberle