Ricky Seals-Jones Fantasy Stats

TE
Healthy

Height / Weight 6'5"  /  243 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age) Mar 15, 1995 (29)
Experience 6 seasons
College Texas A&M

Season Stats

RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
SEASON TEAM GP REC TGTS YDS TD LONG YDS/TGT YDS/REC ATT YDS AVG TD LOST FPTS/G FPTS
2017ARI912282013297.216.8000005.650.1
2018ARI1534703431404.910.1000005.074.3
2019CLE14142222945910.416.4000114.258.9
2020KC2010000.0000000.00.0
2021WAS1330492712395.59.0000005.369.1
Career 53 90 170 1044 10 59 6.1 11.6 0 0 0 1 1 4.8 252.4

Game Log

RECEIVING RUSHING FUMBLES
WK DATE TEAM OPP REC TGTS YDS TD LONG YDS/TGT YDS/REC ATT YDS AVG TD LOST FPTS
1Sep 12, 2021WASLAC00000000000.0
2Sep 16, 2021WASNYG111911919.019.0000008.9
3Sep 26, 2021WASBUF00000000000.0
4Oct 3, 2021WASATL24190164.89.5000003.9
5Oct 10, 2021WASNO59410164.68.2000009.1
6Oct 17, 2021WASKC46581399.714.50000015.8
7Oct 24, 2021WASGB67510147.38.50000011.1
8Oct 31, 2021WASDEN24120143.06.0000003.2
10Nov 14, 2021WASTB34300137.510.0000006.0
14Dec 12, 2021WASDAL148082.08.0000001.8
15Dec 21, 2021WASPHI47290124.17.2000006.9
16Dec 26, 2021WASDAL11-40-4-4.0-4.0000000.6
17Jan 2, 2022WASPHI128084.08.0000001.8

Ricky Seals-Jones News

Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Colts

Ricky Seals-Jones Carted Off Practice Field

Indianapolis Colts tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (foot) was carted off the field during practice on Thursday. The 28-year-old appears to have suffered a right foot injury, but the severity of the injury is unknown right now. Seals-Jones signed with the Colts earlier this month and is fighting for a spot on the 53-man roster. He didn't play at all last season and was released with an injury settlement before the beginning of the 2022 campaign. The team should give an update on his status shortly.
Aug 18   
Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Colts  |  Jason Huntley  • RB  •  Colts

Colts Sign Jason Huntley, Ricky Seals-Jones

The Indianapolis Colts signed free-agent running back Jason Huntley and tight end Ricky Seals-Jones to undisclosed deals on Wednesday and waived-injured tight end La'Michael Pettway and safety Michael Tutsie in corresponding moves. The Huntley signing probably won't keep the Colts from trying to add Kareem Hunt, who they visited with on Wednesday. Huntley hasn't played in the NFL since 2021 and has just 18 carries for 70 yards an no TDs in six games over two seasons with the Philadelphia Eagles. He'll be competing for a roster spot as RB depth in training camp. Seals-Jones hurt his toe in camp with the New York Giants before being released. The 28-year-old will give Indy tight end depth with Mo Alie-Cox (ankle) and Jelani Woods (shoulder) banged up.
Aug 9   
Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Giants

Ricky Seals-Jones Won't Play In 2022

The New York Giants placed tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (toe) on the season-ending Injured Reserve on Wednesday. Rookie linebacker Darrian Beavers (knee) and tight end Andre Miller (forearm) were also placed on IR. Offensive linemen Matt Peart (knee) and Nick Gates (leg) will begin on the Physically Unable to Perform list and will miss at least the first four games. With Seals-Jones now out for the year, it opens a clear path for rookie Daniel Bellinger to be the Giants top pass-catching tight end all year long. If the team's receivers can stay healthy this year, they should have enough options for quarterback Daniel Jones, though, so Bellinger is still mostly an option in dynasty/keeper leagues.
Aug 24   
Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Giants

Ricky Seals-Jones A Cut Candidate

New York Giants tight end Ricky Seals-Jones was penciled in as the starting tight end when he was signed, but that was before the Giants drafted Daniel Bellinger, who now seems locked in as the starter in 2022. Undrafted rookie Austin Allen is also making a push and veteran Jordan Akins has past ties to tight ends coach Andy Bischoff. Seals-Jones has often been running with the third-team offense during offseason practices, so he could be a candidate to be cut in training camp unless he shows some improvement. The 27-year-old caught 30 of his 49 targets for 271 yards and two touchdowns in 13 games (six starts) last year for the Washington Commanders, and he should be well off the fantasy radar this fall.
Jun 12   
Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Giants

Giants Sign Ricky Seals-Jones Wednesday

The New York Giants signed free-agent tight end Ricky Seals-Jones to an undisclosed deal on Wednesday, according to a source. Seals-Jones had 30 catches for 271 yards and two touchdowns last year for the Washington Commanders. The Giants lost Evan Engram to free agency and recently cut both Kyle Rudolph and Kaden Smith, so there's a chance that Seals-Jones is New York's top pass-catching tight end in 2022. The 27-year-old is on his fifth team in six NFL seasons, though, and he's never had more than 34 catches, 343 yards or four touchdowns in any of his seasons. In a best-case scenario where RSJ remains as the team's No. 1 tight end entering the season, he'll be a potential weekly streamer in the right matchups as a low-end TE1/high-end TE2.
Mar 17   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders  |  Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Commanders

Ricky Seals-Jones, Curtis Samuel Ruled Out For Week 18

Washington Football Team tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (concussion) and wide receiver Curtis Samuel (hamstring) have been deemed unavailable to suit up for Sunday's regular-season finale against the Giants. Seals-Jones enjoyed a productive stretch during October when Logan Thomas (knee) went down, but the 26-year-old ultimately finished the year with 30 receptions for 279 yards and two scores. John Bates stands to be the only true tight end option for Washington, but he is an entirely touchdown-dependent fantasy asset in either season-long or DFS formats. Samuel's season comes to an unceremonious end, having appeared in a career-low five games due to a myriad of injuries. The triumvirate of Terry McLaurin, Cam Sims, and Adam Humphries figures to continue being Taylor Heinicke's top passing focus, as Samuel can now eye a bounce-back 2022 campaign.
Jan 7   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders  |  Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Commanders

Ricky Seals-Jones, Curtis Samuel Absent Thursday

Washington Football Team tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (concussion) and wide receiver Curtis Samuel (hamstring) were both sidelined at practice on Thursday for the second straight day. It would be a surprise at this point if either player were to suit up on Sunday for the Week 18 regular season finale against the New York Giants in a meaningless game. Seals-Jones had to be stretchered off the field last week, and Samuel has now been out since Week 14 with a hamstring ailment. Rookie John Bates should be the primary pass-catching tight end for Washington with Seals-Jones banged up. Samuel has had a lost season in his first year in D.C. due to groin and hamstring injuries, as he's only played in five games.
Jan 6   
Curtis Samuel  • WR  •  Commanders  |  Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Commanders

Ricky Seals-Jones, Curtis Samuel Out Wednesday

Washington Football Team tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (concussion) and wide receiver Curtis Samuel (hamstring) both missed practice on Wednesday. Seals-Jones was stretchered off the field last Sunday after a scary incident on the sidelined when he collided with a cameraman. With just one game left in the season, it's highly unlikely that Seals-Jones plays in the Week 18 game against the New York Giants. Rookie John Bates should see starter's reps and could be a TE2 sleeper in DFS action against the G-Men. Samuel last played in Week 14 and has just six catches for 27 yards in five games played. It's also unlikely that he'll play on Sunday. After being an intriguing PPR option in fantasy drafts last fall, Samuel's first season in D.C. has been an utter disaster due to injuries.
Jan 6   
Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Commanders

Ricky Seals-Jones In Concussion Protocol

Washington Football Team tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (concussion) has been placed into the NFL concussion protocol after he was stretchered off the field in Week 17. Seals-Jones collided with a cameraman and was ruled out with a neck injury, but head coach Ron Rivera mentioned today that he only suffered a concussion on the play. It is safe to say that Washington will keep him out of action for a meaningless Week 18 matchup with the New York Giants, which would put rookie John Bates in line for the start. Bates found the end zone in Week 16 and was able to catch three passes for 35 yards in Week 17, so he could offer some upside for fantasy managers looking to fill in for any potential inactive tight ends on Sunday.
Jan 3   
Ricky Seals-Jones  • TE  •  Commanders

Ricky Seals-Jones Ruled Out With Neck Injury

Washington Football Team tight end Ricky Seals-Jones (neck) was carted off the field in Week 17 against the Philadelphia Eagles and will not return with a neck injury. Seals-Jones was injured when he crashed into a cameraman on the sidelines in the first half. Before leaving the game, Seals-Jones caught one of his two targets for only eight yards in the game. Rookie John Bates will finish out the game as the primary pass-catching tight end for Washington. He'll enter the second half with one catch on one target for a 24-yard gain. With only one game remaining in the 2021 season, it's unlikely that Seals-Jones will play in Week 18, which will give Bates more TE2 upside in Washington's low-scoring offense.
Jan 2   
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