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Chase Young

Chase Young Fantasy

Height / Weight
6'5" / 264 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
April 14, 1999 (21)
Experience
Rookie
Drafted
2020 / Rd. 1 / Pk. 2 (WAS)
College
Ohio State

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Chase Young News

Chase Young Expects To Return Sunday Against Rams

Washington Football Team defensive end Chase Young (groin) is likely to return to action Sunday against the Rams. Young was out of the mix for the first time in his young career last week, having recorded at least one sack in each of his first two professional games. Already a stalwart of the teams stout defensive line, having Young back in the mix will be a boon for the Washington defense, who will be tasked with slowing a Rams offense that has shown flashes of elite efficiency. The Washington defense still likely doesnt come into fantasy consideration unless as a contrarian DFS selection, but Youngs presence on the field makes it one worth watching as the season develops.

Oct. 11th • 8:14 AM
Chase Young Questionable For Week 5

Washington Football Team rookie defensive end Chase Young (groin) is questionable for Week 5 against the Rams after sitting out last week. Young was limited in practice on Thursday and returned to a full practice on Friday, so it's looking like he'll be able to return this weekend. It's great news for a Washington defensive front that will have their hands full against an improved Rams offensive line. The second overall pick of this year's draft has eight combined tackles (six solo), two tackles for loss, two QB hits, a forced fumble and 2.5 sacks in his three games, showing that he can make an immediate impact as a pass-rusher in his rookie season. Although Young has high-end upside, you may want to wait a week before throwing him back into IDP starting lineups.

Oct. 9th • 5:15 PM
Chase Young Ruled Out For Week 4

Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera officially ruled out rookie defensive end Chase Young (groin) for Week 4 against the Ravens. Young didn't practice at all this week after suffering a moderate groin strain that he suffered in Week 3. Ryan Kerrigan will need to step up if Washington hopes to slow down Lamar Jackson and a potent Ravens offense as they look to bounce back from their Week 3 loss to the Chiefs. You'll obviously want to avoid Washington's defense/special teams in fantasy against one of the strongest offenses in the NFL this weekend. Young, the second overall pick in the draft, will have starting appeal in IDP leagues whenever he returns to action.

Oct. 2nd • 2:06 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Alex Smith
Dwayne Haskins Jr.
RB Antonio Gibson
J.D. McKissic
LWR Terry McLaurin
Dontrelle Inman
RWR Cam Sims
Isaiah Wright
SWR Steven Sims Jr.
Antonio Gandy-Golden
TE Logan Thomas
Jeremy Sprinkle
LT Cornelius Lucas III
David Steinmetz
LG Wes Schweitzer
Wes Martin
C Chase Roullier
Keith Ismael
RG Brandon Scherff
RT Morgan Moses
David Sharpe
LDE Chase Young
Ryan Kerrigan
LDT Daron Payne
RDT Jonathan Allen
Tim Settle
RDE Montez Sweat
Ryan Anderson
LOLB Cole Holcomb
Thomas Davis Sr.
MLB Jon Bostic
Shaun Dion Hamilton
ROLB Kevin Pierre-Louis
Khaleke Hudson
RCB Ronald Darby
SS Deshazor Everett
Jeremy Reaves
FS Troy Apke
Kamren Curl
CB Kendall Fuller
Fabian Moreau
NB Jimmy Moreland
K Dustin Hopkins
Kaare Vedvik