Izzo hauled in his only target for eight yards in Sunday's 33-6 loss to the 49ers.
Izzo was on the field for 23 of the Patriots' 52 snaps on offense in the contest, which was one less than fellow TE Dalton Keene handled in his NFL debut. With just seven catches on 12 targets for 90 yards in seven games to date, Izzo is off the fantasy radar in all but the deepest of formats.
Izzo caught all three of his targets for 38 yards in Sunday's 18-12 loss to the Broncos.
It was Izzo's most productive game of the season, but with just six catches on 11 targets for 82 yards in five games overall, he's off the fantasy radar. For now, Izzo remains the Patriots' top tight end, but down the road, look for rookies Devin Asiasi and Dalton Keene to become more involved in the team's passing attack.
Izzo was on the field for 70 of the Patriots' 72 snaps on offense in Sunday's 35-30 loss to the Seahawks, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
In the process, Izzo hauled in both of his targets for 19 yards. Meanwhile, for the second straight week, Devin Asiasi recorded 10 snaps and zero targets, and fellow rookie Dalton Keene (neck) was inactive. Izzo remains the Patriots' most trusted tight end while the younger players at the position are worked in gradually, but he's not seeing enough volume in the team's passing game to merit fantasy attention in anything but the deepest of formats.
Izzo was on the field for 63 of a possible 64 snaps on offense in Sunday's 21-11 win over the Dolphins, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Izzo hauled in one of his two targets in the game for 25 yards. Meanwhile, Devin Asiasi recorded 10 snaps and zero targets, and fellow rookie Dalton Keene (neck) was inactive. While Izzo is the Patriots' clear-cut starting tight end for now, we suspect that in time, Asiasi and Keene will see expanded roles. Neither of the trio are reliable fantasy options at this juncture, however.
Izzo finished the 2019 regular season with six catches (on nine targets) for 114 yards and a TD in six games.
The 2018 seventh-rounder ended up working behind Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse this past season, as the trio combined to form a tight end committee in the post-Rob Gronkowski era. Izzo is under contract with the Patriots through 2021, but assuming he sticks around next season, it doesn't seem likely that he'll approach fantasy relevance, with a makeover at his position likely on tap for the team.
Izzo (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Chiefs, Jeff Howe of The Athletic reports.
Izzo will miss his sixth game this season, including his third healthy scratch due to a coach's decision. With the 29-year-old out for the game, tight end duties shift to Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse for Week 14.
Izzo (illness) is not listed on Wednesday's injury report.
Izzo was held out of Sunday's loss to the Texans due to the illness, but he's now fully clear of the ailment. The 23-year-old hasn't seen game action since Week 6 and was a healthy scratch the previous two games before the illness, so he still may not see the field.
Izzo (illness) is out for Sunday's game against the Texans, Doug Kyed of NESN.com reports.
Izzo was a healthy scratch each of the last two weeks, and now the illness that hit the Patriots' locker room this week will assure he'll miss yet another game. New England will go with Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse at tight end.
Izzo (coach's decision) won't play in Sunday's game against Dallas.
It will be the second straight game that Izzo is a healthy scratch, and he's failed to log a snap in game action since Week 8. In his stead, the team will roll with Ben Watson and Matt LaCosse at the tight end position.
Izzo (coach's decision) won't play in Sunday's game against the Eagles.
Izzo was active for Week 9's game against Baltimore, but failed to see a snap, so this news isn't quite surprising. In his stead, Matt LaCosse (knee) returned to the lineup, and he'll take over depth tight end duties behind starter Ben Watson.
Izzo did not log any snaps in Sunday's 37-20 loss to the Ravens, WEEI.com reports.
Sunday's game plan worked against Izzo, as the Patriots continually rolled with three-WR/one-TE sets, with Ben Watson logging all 67 of the team's tight end snaps. Once the Patriots return from their Week 10 bye, Izzo is a candidate to see more work, but he'll remain off the fantasy radar as long as Watson is healthy.
Izzo (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Ravens.
Izzo carried a questionable tag after missing the previous two games, but he'll return to the lineup as the Patriots' No. 2 tight end behind Ben Watson since Matt LaCosse (knee) is out. Izzo has six catches for 114 yards and a touchdown through six games.
Izzo (concussion) is questionable for Sunday's game against the Ravens, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
Izzo worked as a limited practice participant this week and might have a chance to return from his two-game absence. The 23-year-old will still need to fully clear the concussion protocol before being able to suit up.
Izzo (concussion) was a limited participant in Wednesday's practice, Nora Princiotti of The Boston Globe reports.
Izzo didn't practice in any capacity last week, which makes Wednesday's limited session notable progress in his recovery from the head injury. With Matt LaCosse (knee) also limited to begin the week, it's possible that Ben Watson could be New England's only available tight end during Sunday's tilt against the Ravens if the Patriots don't add another option at the position to the roster beforehand.
Izzo (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Browns, Zack Cox of NESN.com reports.
With Matt LaCosse (knee) also having been ruled out for the contest, the Patriots' Week 8 tight end duties will be handled by Ben Watson and Eric Tomlinson.
Izzo (concussion) was a non-participant in Wednesday's practice.
Izzo remains in the concussion protocol, and he has yet to make tangible progress in his recovery. With Matt LaCosse (knee) also sidelined to begin the week, the Patriots could be forced to rely on Ben Watson and Eric Tomlinson at tight end once again during Sunday's tilt against the Browns.
Izzo (concussion) has been ruled out for Monday's game against the Jets.
Izzo suffered the concussion during Thursday's practice, so clearing the concussion protocol in only a couple days never seemed a likely outcome. Matt LaCosse (knee) was also ruled out, leaving Ben Watson and Eric Tomlinson to work at tight end for the Patriots.
Izzo (concussion) is not expected to be available against the Jets on Monday, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
Izzo suffered a head injury during Thursday's practice, and he hasn't yet resumed participating in any capacity. He'll need to full clear the league's concussion protocol before retaking the field, making him a longshot for Week 7. With Matt LaCosse (knee) also not practicing, the Patriots may be forced to work with only Ben Watson and Eric Tomlinson available at the tight end position versus New York.
Izzo (concussion) missed Friday's practice.
The Patriots' Friday injury report confirmed that the tight end is dealing with a concussion, which jeopardizes his status for Monday night's game against the Jets. With Matt LaCosse also not practicing due to a knee issue, recently re-signed Ben Watson and newcomer Eric Tomlinson may end up serving as the team's tight ends in Week 7.
Izzo was evaluated for a concussion following Thursday's practice, Mike Reiss of ESPN.com reports.
As a result, Izzo wasn't spotted at practice Friday. With Matt LaCosse dealing with a knee issue, recently re-signed Ben Watson and newcomer Eric Tomlinson currently profile as the Patriots' top healthy tight ends.
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