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Virgil Green

Virgil Green Fantasy

Injured Reserve Ankle
1
TDs
2020
1.0
2020
Height / Weight
6'5" / 255 lbs.
Date of Birth (Age)
August 3, 1988 (32)
Experience
10th Season
Drafted
2011 / Rd. 7 / Pk. 204 (DEN)
College
Nevada

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Virgil Green News

Virgil Green Set To Miss Time Due To Ankle Injury

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Virgil Green (ankle) sustained a considerable ankle injury during Sunday's win over the Jaguars, with head coach Anthony Lynn noting that Green will miss some time with the ailment. Used sparingly this season as an extra tight end, Green made his first touchdown catch of the season Sunday, giving him seven straight years with a TD secured. The team has not yet made a decision on whether or not to place him on injured reserve, but it appears that for at least next week's game against the Broncos, Hunter Henry should have considerable reign on the passes thrown to tight ends. Due to his role in the offense and recent injury, Green can remain on the waiver wire in all season-long formats.

Oct. 26th • 8:11 PM
Virgil Green Scores First TD Of The Season

Los Angeles Chargers tight end Virgil Green got in on the action in the team's steamroll of the Jacksonville defense on Sunday. Green got the honor of putting the final nail in the coffin when he caught a wide-open touchdown pass from Tyrod Taylor early in the fourth quarter. It was Green's first regular season touchdown catch since the first week of October in 2018, though Green did haul one in during the team's playoff game against the Patriots last year. Green is much more well known for his blocking prowess, so this TD was a surprise gift to the ninth-year pro.

Dec. 9th • 2:05 AM
Mike Williams, Travis Benjamin, Virgil Green Questionable

Los Angeles Chargers wide receivers Mike Williams (back) and Travis Benjamin (hip) and tight end Virgil Green (groin) all practiced in full on Friday but are questionable for Week 5 against the Broncos. We'd expect all three players to be active after sitting out in Week 4. It's good news for quarterback Philip Rivers, who has been getting by mainly by leaning on running back Austin Ekeler and receiver Keenan Allen. Williams will be a WR4 in fantasy and should see valuable red-zone looks from Rivers. With the Bolts getting healthier in the receiving corps, Benjamin and Green are off the fantasy radar.

Oct. 4th • 4:08 PM

Depth Chart

  • Offense
  • Defense
QB Justin Herbert
Tyrod Taylor
RB Austin Ekeler
Kalen Ballage
LWR Keenan Allen
Tyron Johnson
RWR Mike Williams
Joe Reed
SWR Jalen Guyton
K.J. Hill Jr.
TE Hunter Henry
Virgil Green
LT Sam Tevi
Trey Pipkins III
LG Forrest Lamp
C Dan Feeney
RG Trai Turner
RT Bryan Bulaga
Storm Norton
LDE Joey Bosa
Isaac Rochell
NT Linval Joseph
Damion Square
DT Justin Jones
Jerry Tillery
DE/OB Uchenna Nwosu
LB Malik Jefferson
Denzel Perryman
Kenneth Murray Jr.
Nick Vigil
Emeke Egbule
RCB Casey Hayward Jr.
Tevaughn Campbell
FS Rayshawn Jenkins
Alohi Gilman
SS Nasir Adderley
Jahleel Addae
LCB Chris Harris Jr.
Brandon Facyson
K Michael Badgley
Ty Long