George Kittle

TE, San Francisco 49ers

Height 6'4" Weight 250
DOB 1993-10-09 Age 29.1
College Iowa

2022 Fantasy Rankings

Overall # 34 · TE # 6 (Tier 2)
ADP (12-team PPR): 4.08, 46th

Position Rankings

RankNameByeAgeADP1PPG2Comment
Tier 2
4T.J. Hockenson, DET625.310.1011.9
5Darren Waller, LV630.25.0212.1
6George Kittle, SF929.14.0814.1
7Dalton Schultz, DAL926.36.0312.2
8Dawson Knox, BUF726.010.0510.8
1 Fantasy Football Calculator (12-team PPR)
2 2021 season, PPR scoring

Fantasy News Last 90 Days

  • George Kittle Has Down Game

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle caught three passes for 26 yards in the Niners' 13-0 home win over the New Orleans Saints in Week 12. He played 97% of the Niners' offensive snaps and ran 33 routes but was only targeted four times. Kittle has had more than four targets in six of his nine games this season, but he is due a down game every now and then. Prior to Sunday's game, he caught a touchdown pass in three of the past four games. Kittle will look to find the end zone again in Week 13 against the Miami Dolphins.

    Nov 27 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Remains A Strong Start Even In Tough Matchup

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle faces a New Orleans Saints defense that has allowed the second-fewest fantasy points to tight ends this season. The Saints held Ravens TE Isaiah Likely to one catch for 24 yards, Rams TE Tyler Higbee to four catches for 45 yards, and Cardinals TE Zach Ertz to two catches for 21 yards. However, the Saints really haven't faced any tight ends as talented as George Kittle. Kittle is close to being a must-start, and he will likely perform better than other tight ends have against New Orleans.

    Nov 24 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Blows Up For Two Big Touchdowns

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle caught four passes for 84 yards and two touchdowns in the Niners' 38-10 victory over the Arizona Cardinals in Mexico City. The 29-year-old got open on third-down inside Cardinals territory in the second quarter and rumbled into the end zone for a 39-yard touchdown, his longest of the season. He added a 32-yard touchdown in the fourth quarter. Kittle finishes Week 11 as the TE2 in both standard and PPR formats.

    Nov 22 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Is A High-End TE1 In Week 11

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle visits Arizona in a big to regain his status as a TE1. Kittle had finished as a top 10 tight end in each of Weeks 6-8 before a disappointing one-catch game in Week 10. Now he faces the Cardinals, who have allowed the second-most points to fantasy TEs this season, so he has a good chance to get back on track. Arizona's overall pass defense is below average, and the 49ers are firing on all cylinders on offense. Kittle is a solid start with a good chance to finish as a high-end TE1.

    Nov 19 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Invisible In Win

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle was barely involved during Sunday's win over the Los Angeles Chargers. The 29-year-old was mainly used as a blocker, which worked out well for this offense. However, it was bad for his fantasy value as Kittle finished with one reception for 21 yards in the Week 10 victory. The upside is obvious, but the 49ers have struggled to get Kittle involved on a weekly basis. The hope is that Kittle will bounce back next week against the Arizona Cardinals.

    Nov 14 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle A Top-Three TE In Week 10

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle comes out of his Week 9 bye to face off against the Los Angeles Chargers at home in Week 10. Kittle has been playing well of late, having caught a touchdown in two straight games. The Chargers represent a neutral matchup for Kittle as they are allowing the 17th-most fantasy points per game to the tight end position thus far in 2022. In a week where Mark Andrews is on bye, Kittle is on the board as a top-three tight end option and a must-play in fantasy.

    Nov 8 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Scores TD For Second Straight Week

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle caught three passes for 39 yards and a touchdown in the Niners' 31-14 victory over their division rivals, the Los Angeles Rams. Kittle was targeted five times on 25 routes. The 29-year-old has scored a touchdown in the past two games. His receptions and receiving yardage were the lowest they've been since Week 4. He and the Niners are on bye next week, and then they face the Los Angeles Chargers in Week 10.

    Oct 31 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Looks To Continue Hot Streak

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle took some time to get going, but he has finished as the TE5 and the TE1 in the past two weeks. Against Kansas City in Week 7, he caught six passes for 98 yards and a touchdown. Both the Chiefs and Kittle's Week 6 opponent, the Falcons, allow more fantasy points to TEs than most. The Rams, however, allow the fewest points to fantasy TEs on average, and Kittle caught just two passes for 24 yards when he faced them in Week 4. It's a tougher matchup, but Kittle is talented enough to start.

    Oct 28 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Leads All Tight Ends In Week 7

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle made six catches and led the Niners with 98 receiving yards and a touchdown in their 23-44 loss to the Kansas City Chiefs. It was his first game scoring a touchdown this season and his second straight game with over 80 receiving yards. After a little bit of a slow start, it looks like Kittle is integrated into his old role in the 49ers offensealthough fluctuations will continue. At the end of Sunday, Kittle is the TE1 in both PPR and standard scoring. What a way to celebrate National Tight Ends Day.

    Oct 24 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Has Favorable Matchup

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle has a home game against the Kansas City Chiefs in Week 7. The Chiefs defense allows the sixth-most passing yards per game and the ninth-most fantasy points to tight ends. Kittle had the best game of his season last week, making eight catches for 83 yards. This Sunday is National Tight Ends Day, a holiday created by Kittle's QB Jimmy Garoppolo, but Kittle says everyday is National Tight Ends Day. And Sunday is a good day to start Kittle.

    Oct 21 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Has Best Game Of Season

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle caught eight passes for 83 yards in the Niners' 14-28 loss to the Atlanta Falcons. His ten targets was the most he has gotten all season. Four of his catches gained first downs. The "People's Tight End" has improved his output in each of the past three games, going from 24 yards in Week 4 to more than tripling it this past week. He has the second-most catches and fourth-most yards of any tight end to play during Sunday's day games. He'll look to keep it up next week against the Kansas City Chiefs.

    Oct 16 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Projects As Low-End TE1 In Week 6

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle has a solid matchup against the Atlanta Falcons in Week 6. The Falcons are allowing 278.2 yards through the air per game, fourth-most in the league. They are allowing the fifth-most points to opposing tight ends. Kittle had his best game of the season last week, gaining 47 yards on five catches for the No. 13 TE finish in PPR. If he hadn't lost a fumble, he could have been a TE1. If he keeps up his momentum going into this matchup, he could finish as a low-end TE1.

    Oct 14 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Makes An Impact In Week 5

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle was finally able to get significantly involved during the Week 5 matchup against the Carolina Panthers. The 29-year-old hauled in five of his six targets for 47 yards in what ended up being a blowout victory. Possibly, Kittle would've done more, but he didn't need to in this contest. Despite that, those catches and yards marked new single-game highs for him since debuting in Week 3. The hope is that he can be a low-end TE1 against the Atlanta Falcons next week.

    Oct 10 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Needs More Targets

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle has not been the dynamic TE1 many expected him to be in his first two games back from injury. He has caught six passes for 52 yards. The problem has not been that he is not running routes. He is running routes on 86.7% of the Niners' passing snaps, his highest rate of his career. He just isn't being targeted. Niners QB Jimmy Garoppolo is throwing Kittle the ball on 15.3% of his routes, far lower than the 25% target rate Kittle has been subject to in his career. He could have some good weeks ahead of him if his target share regresses upward. The Panthers allow the 18th-most fantasy points per game to tight ends.

    Oct 7 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Underwhelms For Second Straight Week

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle was targeted four times and caught two passes for 24 yards in the Niners' 24-9 victory over the Los Angeles Rams on Monday Night Football. He appeared to score a touchdown on a one-yard reception early in the fourth quarter, but the original touchdown call overturned on review. Kittle has not surpassed 30 yards in a game since Week 15 of last season. He is being useful for the Niners as a pass blocker, but he has finished behind Kyle Pitts and outside of the top 24 tight ends the past two weeks. In Week 5, Kittle and the Niners take on the Carolina Panthers, a team with an average defense.

    Oct 4 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Has Tough Matchup In Week 4

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle scored two touchdowns on the Los Angeles Rams, his Week 4 opponents, in three games against them last season. While his yardage totals in those three games were modest at 87, he did catch 12 passes, a solid total for PPR. Kittle will be covered largely by Rams LB Ernest Jones, who has done a good job of limiting opposing tight ends this year. Overall, the Rams have allowed the third-fewest points to opposing tight ends this season. Kittle's Week 4 matchup is on the tougher side, but there is a lot of variability in weekly tight end production, and Kittle could be a TE1 on any given week.

    Sep 30 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Goes For 28 Yards In Return

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle caught four of five targets for 28 yards in his first game back since suffering a groin injury, an 11-10 loss to the Denver Broncos. It was Kittle's fourth straight game, going back to last season, to be held under 30 yards. It was an ugly game all around. Niners QB Jimmy Garoppolo was misfiring passes in his first game back. Kittle said afterward, "When you go 1-for-10 on third down, you can't really expect to win very many games." He and the 49ers will look to rebound next week in a home game against the Los Angeles Rams.

    Sep 26 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle To Make Season Debut Sunday Night

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) was removed from the injury report this week and will make his season debut on Sunday night against the Denver Broncos in Week 3, according to head coach Kyle Shanahan. Kittle was limited the first two days of the week before being a full-go on Friday. The last time he faced Denver, Kittle had seven catches for 210 yards and a touchdown in 2018. The 28-year-old will be working with old friend Jimmy Garoppolo, who is now back as the team's starter after Trey Lance suffered a season-ending broken ankle last week. Kittle might need to shake off some rust on Sunday night, but fantasy managers that have him rostered should slide him back into their starting lineups.

    Sep 23 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Practices Again Thursday

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) got in another limited practice on Thursday. Kittle was looking much better at the end of last week before missing his second straight game to open up the season, but he's been limited so far this week and is trending in the right direction to make his 2022 season debut on Sunday night against the Denver Broncos. The 28-year-old will still be a shaky fantasy play this weekend if he's truly questionable for Sunday night, but we should have a better idea on whether he'll actually play in the next few days. Tyler Kroft (knee) is set to miss a few weeks with a sprained MCL, so if Kittle misses a third straight game, it will be Ross Dwelley and Charlie Woerner stepping into bigger roles at the position.

    Sep 22 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Limited In Wednesday's Practice

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) was listed as a limited participant in the team's practice on Wednesday. Kittle has been unable to take the field yet this season, but was "close to playing" in Week 2 according to head coach Kyle Shanahan. The 49ers are reportedly optimistic that they will have their star tight end back for their Week 3 matchup with the Denver Broncos. If he is able to progress throughout the week and suits up on Sunday night, he will be a high-end TE1 and must be started in fantasy lineups.

    Sep 21 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • Fantasy Outlooks for Deebo Samuel, George Kittle, Brandon Aiyuk with Jimmy Garoppolo as the 49ers' Starting Quarterback?

    Trey Lance fractured his ankle in his third start in the NFL against the Seattle Seahawks and will miss the remainder of the season after surgery Monday morning. This is a huge blow for Lance, his fantasy managers, and perhaps the ceiling of the 49ers offense.As always, we aren't here to simply gloss over the serious and disappointing injury, but as fantasy football enthusiasts, we must evaluate what the return of Jimmy Garoppolo as the 49ers' starting quarterback means for fantasy football. The fantasy impact of the injury obviously means Garoppolo is now on the fantasy radar as a streamer in favorable matchups, but what does the chance at QB mean for Deebo Samuel, George Kittle, Brandon Aiyuk, Jauan Jennings, and even the San Francisco rushing attack?We'll dive into it all below. How is Deebo Samuel Affected By Jimmy Garoppolo?Samuel's value and fantasy production could see a nice boost by the return of Garoppolo. While Lance was brought in to elevate the ceiling of the 49ers' offense and add a new dynamic, Jimmy G is the more accurate passer at this point in his career. While Lance was a project, we know what we're getting out of Garoppolo. Samuel should see more accurate targets, but more importantly, he could see more work in the backfield.With Lance out, the quarterback rushing attempts will go back to near the bottom of the league. Lance looked to be set up for a huge rushing season with a lot of attempts, especially near the goal line. Kyle Shanahan isn't going to use Garoppolo as a rusher, so Samuel might get back some of the precious red zone and goal-line rushing work. All in all, this is likely a positive development for Samuel.https://twitter.com/Coach_Yac/status/1571597264447242241 Fantasy Outlooks for Brandon Aiyuk, Jauan Jennings, and George KittleLike Samuel, these guys likely see a boost in target accuracy. The 49ers will likely pass at a higher rate now that the dual-threat weapon in Lance is unavailable. While Garoppolo takes a lot of heat for his decision-making and lack of upside, he's proven to be able to support several fantasy-relevant wide receivers. Expect Samuel to produce WR1 numbers and Aiyuk to produce boom weeks here and there moving forward.When George Kittle (groin) finally makes his season debut he should be considered a top-five option at tight end. Jauan Jennings likely won't be on the fantasy radar, but he's a decent deep league stash in case of an injury to one of the 49ers' pass-catchers. Fantasy Outlooks for 49ers' running backs.Elijah Mitchell (knee) will be out for some time, but Jeff Wilson Jr. and Tyrion Davis-Price will also likely benefit from the change at QB. Put simply, there is now one less rushing threat in the 49ers' offensive attack, so even though the RBs will share carries with Deebo Samuel, they'll see an uptick in usage. Each Niners' running back will have a chance to handle short-yardage and goal-line work, so any of them could be candidates to see a value boost.The 49ers' backfield has been tricky to navigate during the Shanahan era, but it became even trickier when the starting quarterback was a major threat to handle a ton of rushing work. Jimmy Garoppolo Fantasy OutlookGaroppolo will become a low-ceiling and low-floor quarterback in fantasy once again, but he's proven to have value as a streamer in favorable matchups. He won't be what we hoped Lance could be, but he's worth keeping an eye on with something to prove.Ultimately, everyone except Lance has a brighter outlook in wake of his injury. The overall offense won't reach its peak ceiling under Garoppolo, but the floor is far higher under the veteran signal-caller.

    Sep 20 · Source via 49ers Jimmy Garoppolo George Kittle Jeff Wilson Deebo Samuel Jauan Jennings Brandon Aiyuk
  • George Kittle Was "Close To Playing" Against Seahawks

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) missed his second consecutive game to open the season on Sunday against the Seahawks. While this is not how anyone hoped he would begin the year, it sounds like he may be nearing a return. Head coach Kyle Shanahan described him as "close to playing" on Sunday, emphasizing that the decision to rest him will get him healthier for Week 3 against the Broncos. The 49ers had to switch to quarterback Jimmy Garoppolo on Sunday because of the season-ending injury that Trey Lance (ankle) suffered. The change of signal-callers should generate more passing attempts, which could mean more fantasy points available for Kittle and Co. if he can suit up this Sunday against the Broncos. We'll monitor practice reports again this week, but the 28-year-old will be a must-start for fantasy football if he's active.

    Sep 20 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Officially Inactive For Week 2

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) is officially inactive for Week 2 against the Seattle Seahawks. Although Kittle was listed as questionable and reportedly looked great at practice on Friday, his season debut will have to wait one more week. Tyler Kroft, Ross Dwelley, and Charlie Woerner will see increased snaps in his absence, but none of them are worth rostering in fantasy football this week.

    Sep 18 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Unlikely To Play In Week 2

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) is not expected to play against the Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, according to Adam Schefter of ESPN.com. Although Kittle was listed as questionable and reportedly looked great at practice on Friday, his season debut will have to wait one more week. The 49ers will proceed with some combination of Tyler Kroft, Ross Dwelley, and Charlie Woerner, none of whom are worth rostering in fantasy football. Look beyond the 49ers' offense if you are in need of a streaming tight end this week.

    Sep 18 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Looked "Awesome" At Friday's Practice

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) is officially questionable to play in Week 2 against the division-rival Seattle Seahawks on Sunday, but head coach Kyle Shanahan said Kittle looked "awesome" in his return to practice on Friday. Kittle was officially limited on Friday after missing both Wednesday and Thursday. The 28-year-old didn't practice at all last week before he was inactive in the season-opening loss to the Chicago Bears. He'll still be a game-time decision in the later slate of games on Sunday, so fantasy managers must have a backup plan in place in case he's inactive for the second straight game. Tyler Kroft saw the most playing time of the team's tight ends with Kittle out last week, but he's not a realistic streamer if Kittle misses another game.

    Sep 17 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle To Be Game-Time Call

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) is expected to be a game-time decision in Week 2 against the division-rival Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. "With a player like George, you wait right up until game time. . . . We'll hold out hope that George is ready," general manager John Lynch. Kittle suffered a groin injury last Monday and hasn't practiced since while also sitting out the Week 1 loss to the Chicago Bears. Fantasy managers should have already made plans to be without the 28-year-old for the second straight week. Tyler Kroft played 55 percent of the snaps last week in Kittle's absence, but he only caught one pass for nine yards. Making things more difficult for Kittle's managers is the fact that the Niners don't play an early game on Sunday.

    Sep 16 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Not Expected To Play In Week 2

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) is not expected to play in Week 2 against the Seattle Seahawks. He has been unable to practice this week and is expected to miss his second straight game due to a groin injury. "Hopefully, we'll have better luck this week," 49ers coach Kyle Shanahan said of Kittle. "Made a lot of progress." The 28-year-old hasn't officially been ruled out, but fantasy managers with Kittle should look for a streaming option in Week 2. Tyler Kroft and Ross Dwelley should continue to see an increase in snaps with Kittle sidelined, but neither tight end is a good fantasy option against the Seahawks.

    Sep 16 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • Another DNP For George Kittle Thursday

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) remained sidelined at Thursday's practice for the second straight day this week. Kittle injured his groin last Monday and hasn't practiced or played since. The 28-year-old will almost certainly have to get back on the practice field on Friday in order to have any shot at making his 2022 regular season debut in Week 2 against the division-rival Seattle Seahawks on Sunday. With Kittle out in the Week 1 loss to the Chicago Bears, Tyler Kroft saw 55 percent of the offensive snaps but caught just one of his two targets for a nine-yard gain. Ross Dwelley played just 27.9 percent of the team's 68 snaps. If Kittle misses his second straight game, fantasy managers should look to avoid the TE situation in San Fran.

    Sep 15 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Misses Practice On Wednesday

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) was sidelined in practice on Wednesday after missing Week 1 with a groin injury. Head coach Kyle Shanahan said "hopefully, we'll have better luck this week" in regards to Kittle's availability to play on Sunday. Fantasy managers should closely monitor practice reports on Thursday and Friday, as Kittle should have a shot to suit up if he becomes a limited or full participant. Still, it would be wise to have an alternative option prepared in case he is unable to play in Week 2's divisional showdown against the Seattle Seahawks.

    Sep 14 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Hopeful To Practice on Wednesday

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) missed Sunday's game against the Bears. The team seemed optimistic that the 28-year-old would suit up, further evidenced by head coach Kyle Shanahan's comment about his availability, "that's why he made the trip." Although he did not play in Week 1, there is hope for a Week 2 return, beginning with practice on Wednesday. Shanahan again discussed his outlook, "I hope he's ready to go (practice) Wednesday, but we're not sure yet." The former All-Pro is a focal point of the 49ers' offense, contributing in all facets of the game. Fantasy managers are wise to have an alternative option for Kittle again in Week 2, with more information expected after practice on Wednesday.

    Sep 13 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Officially Out For Week 1

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) has been officially ruled out for the Week 1 matchup against the Chicago Bears. He suffered a groin injury in practice and it sounds like it's going to cost him time. Hopefully, Kittle will be able to play next week, but that will be determined later in the week. For now, Tyler Kroft is expected to be the primary tight end in San Francisco. There won't be much streaming appeal here, so fantasy managers can look for a better streaming option.

    Sep 11 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Not Expected To Play On Sunday

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) is expected to miss the Week 1 opener versus the Bears. The veteran was hoping to be out there on Sunday, so he has been riding a questionable tag. However, the ailment is severe enough to keep him off the field. Nevertheless, the team has Charlie Woerner, Tyler Kroft, and Ross Dwelley on the depth chart. But it's anyone's guess who will benefit from the trio. With the Niners next hosting the Seahawks in Week 2, Kittle may be back, although managers should start planning for a replacement well in advance.

    Sep 11 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Questionable For Week 1

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) is officially listed as questionable for the Week 1 season opener against the Chicago Bears. Kittle injured his calf on Monday and hasn't practiced since, so he's clearly trending towards either missing the game entirely or being limited to kick off the season. Fantasy managers who were planning on rolling with Kittle in Week 1 now need to have a backup plan in place. The good news is we'll know early Sunday whether the 28-year-old is active. But he's shaping up as a risky low-end TE1/high-end TE2 this weekend. It remains to be seen who will be the best pass-catching option at the position in San Francisco if Kittle doesn't play. The Niners have Ross Dwelley, Tyler Kroft and Charlie Woerner as options.

    Sep 9 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Could Be Held Out In Week 1

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle's groin injury is "not good," and contingency plans are in place in case he's ruled out for Week 1 against the Chicago Bears, according to sources. One source characterized Kittle's injury as serious enough that it would be best for him to miss a game. The 28-year-old missed practice on Wednesday and should be considered very questionable or the season opener. Fantasy managers will need to have a backup plan in place, but the good news is the Niners play early on Sunday. If Kittle is active, he's a must-start in fantasy. We'll hopefully have a better idea of whether he can play later this week. If Kittle is forced to sit out, Tyler Kroft would serve as the top pass-catching tight end for the 49ers, while wideouts Deebo Samuel Brandon Aiyuk should be targeted heavily.

    Sep 8 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • George Kittle Day-To-Day With Groin Issue

    San Francisco 49ers tight end George Kittle (groin) won't practice on Wednesday. Head coach Kyle Shanahan is calling it a day-to-day issue after Kittle did a little work on Monday. It puts Kittle's availability for Week 1's game against the Chicago Bears in question. It's not what Kittle's fantasy managers wanted to see entering the regular season, but it also doesn't sound like a very serious injury. If the 28-year-old is able to return to practice later this week, he should be able to suit up this Sunday in Chicago. As long as Kittle is active in Week 1, he should be in all starting fantasy lineups as a top-five player at his position. Stay tuned for updates on his status later this week.

    Sep 7 · Source via 49ers George Kittle
  • Tight End Stats

    SeasonTeamGFPtsFP/GSnpSnp%MS%Opp/GTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    2017SF1585.05.759156.86.14.2634351512.0200-00
    2018SF16211.713.292887.912.98.513588137715.6511010.0000
    2019SF14177.812.781588.512.28.010785105312.455224.4000
    2020SF899.412.444383.612.38.1634863413.222178.5000
    2021SF14162.511.684091.910.77.0957191012.863206.6702
    2022SF987.09.752192.49.05.7513645012.5400-01

    2022

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    3@DENL 10-114.85191.18.9554287.0000-00
    4LARW 24-93.44794.08.04422412.0000-00
    5@CARW 37-157.25988.19.0665479.4000-01
    6@ATLL 14-2812.35998.316.7101088310.4000-00
    7KCL 23-4418.87088.611.49969816.3100-00
    8@LARW 31-1411.453100.09.45533913.0100-00
    10LACW 22-162.671100.02.82212121.0000-00
    11@ARIW 38-1022.44374.110.36648421.0200-00
    12NOW 13-04.16897.15.7443268.7000-00

    2021

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@DETW 41-339.85294.59.15547819.5000-01
    2@PHIW 17-113.770100.05.7444174.3000-00
    3GBL 28-3012.770100.014.310979213.10199.0000
    4SEAL 21-286.07092.114.5111144010.0000-00
    9ARIL 17-3119.14372.913.688610116.8100-01
    10LARW 31-1013.55276.510.37755010.0100-00
    11@JACW 30-1011.45782.65.8444348.5100-00
    12MINW 34-261.86592.92.92211313.0000-00
    13@SEAL 23-3034.65493.122.41312918120.12155.0000
    14@CINW 26-2327.66895.821.115151315111.6100-00
    15ATLW 31-1312.35596.510.56669315.5000-00
    16@TENL 17-203.159100.05.13322110.5000-00
    17HOUW 23-73.45995.24.83212929.00166.0000
    18@LARW 27-243.56694.310.0775102.0000-00
    WC@DALW 23-172.36396.94.63311818.0000-00
    DP@GBW 13-108.35398.111.16646315.8000-00
    CC@LARL 17-209.751100.09.85522713.5100-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 6, 8, 1, 24, 48, 14, 16

    2020

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1ARIL 20-246.46198.49.76544411.00199.0000
    4PHIL 20-2531.87298.621.916151518312.21188.0000
    5MIAL 17-436.464100.012.58844411.0000-00
    6LARW 24-1620.47197.313.71010710915.6100-00
    7@NEW 33-68.06090.910.67755511.0000-00
    8@SEAL 27-374.94665.75.74423919.5000-00
    16@ARIW 20-1211.22850.08.95549223.0000-00
    17SEAL 23-2610.34162.113.6997689.7000-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 5, 44

    2019

    WkVsScoreFPtsSnpSnp%MS%OppTgtRecReYdReAvgReTDRuAttRuYdRuAvgRuTDFL
    1@TBW 31-179.46291.214.710108546.8000-00
    2@CINW 41-176.94866.74.23335418.0000-00
    3PITW 24-208.779100.010.1886579.5000-00
    5CLEW 31-316.07396.111.89867011.7111818.0000
    6@LARW 20-714.36583.310.388810312.9000-00
    7@WASW 9-05.36195.310.97533812.70200.0000
    8CARW 51-1311.65683.610.47768614.3000-00
    9@ARIW 28-2516.95168.910.88867913.2100-00
    12GBW 37-821.93879.212.566612921.5100-00
    13@BALL 17-202.757100.08.8542178.501-3-3.0000
    14@NOW 48-4615.76292.511.98866711.2100-00
    15ATLL 22-2919.96195.326.617171313410.3000-00
    16LARW 34-3116.45596.514.08857915.8100-00
    17@SEAW 26-2112.14794.016.08778612.30177.0000
    DPMINW 27-103.16895.87.0553165.3000-00
    CCGBW 37-202.45396.41.81111919.0000-00
    SB@KCL 20-315.6-0.012.1774369.0000-00

    Touchdown Distances
    Receiving: 22, 30, 61, 5, 7

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