|Date of Birth:||02/16/1995|
|Drafted:||2017 | Round 4 | Pick 117|
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The Lions signed Josh Reynolds to a new contract.
After joining the Lions midseason and giving the passing offense a desperately needed boost, Reynolds is coming back to Detroit on a two-year deal reportedly worth up to $12 million. In seven games for the Lions in 2021, Reynolds has 19 receptions for 306 yards and two touchdowns.
The Lions activated Josh Reynolds from the reserve/COVID-19 list.
Reynolds is eligible to play in the regular season finale this Sunday. However, with Amon-Ra St. Brown emerging as the top weapon at wide receiver for the Lions, Reynolds probably needs a touchdown to be a viable Week 18 fantasy option.
The Lions placed Josh Reynolds on the reserve/COVID-19 list.
As quarterback Jared Goff comes off the COVID list, Reynolds goes on it ahead of Week 17. Hopefully Reynolds is feeling OK and can get cleared to rejoin his teammates soon.
The Lions have claimed Josh Reynolds, according to NFL Network's Tom Pelissero.
Reynolds lands in a great spot catching passes from former teammate Jared Goff, and it's entirely possible he eventually emerges as the No. 1 wide receiver as a familiar target. Detroit still lacks firepower on the outside, but hopefully this signing helps Goff become more comfortable. Those in deeper leagues can consider picking up Reynolds.
The Titans have waived Josh Reynolds, according to NFL Network's Mike Garafolo.
Reynolds requested his release from the team, and the veteran—once thought to be the No. 2 wideout in Tennessee before they traded for Julio Jones—is having it granted. There should be a few teams that consider adding Reynolds for the final two months, but he's unlikely to land somewhere that would carry significant fantasy value in redraft leagues.
The Titans signed Josh Reynolds to a one-year deal.
Tennessee's depth chart is extremely thin behind A.J. Brown, so even in a run-first offense, this is a good landing spot for Reynolds from a fantasy perspective. That said, the Titans are a definite candidate to add a wideout at some point in next month's draft, and going from the No. 2 target to the No. 3 target would obviously be a downgrade for a team that will mostly lean on Derrick Henry and Brown.
Josh Reynolds caught three passes for 28 yards in Super Bowl LIII loss.
Reynolds saw a healthy seven targets as the team's No. 3 receiver, but the Rams struggled to get the passing attack going due to heavy pressure by the Patriots. Under contract for two more years, Reynolds should be back in 2019 as the team's fourth wideout behind Brandin Cooks, Robert Woods, and Cooper Kupp.
Josh Reynolds totals 90 yards in playoff victory.
Reynolds caught four passes for 74 yards, also adding a 16-yard rush. The No. 3 receiver in Sean McVay's offense was particularly a factor late, making a couple clutch plays to help Los Angeles go to overtime and win it. Reynolds will look to step up again in Super Bowl LIII.
Josh Reynolds catches one pass in playoff win.
It went for 19 yards, and he also rushed once for nine yards. Reynolds will continue operating as the No. 3 receiver in Sean McVay's offense when they take on the Saints or Eagles next Sunday.
Josh Reynolds scores twice in Week 17.
Reynolds caught four passes for 55 yards and two touchdowns against the Niners. This was Reynolds' second multi-touchdown game of the year, as he's done a nice job of stepping up for Cooper Kupp this year. Reynolds' regular season ends with 29 receptions for 402 yards and five touchdowns, and he'll now look to do damage as an all-around weapon for LA in the postseason.
Josh Reynolds caught two passes for 44 yards in Sunday's win over Arizona.
Reynolds was targeted just twice, as Los Angeles was able to keep the ball on the ground against a very sub-par run defense. The No. 3 receiver in Sean McVay's offense will look to have a bigger day in the season finale against San Francisco. Treat Reynolds as a solid FLEX option.
Josh Reynolds caught five passes for 70 yards in Sunday night's loss to the Eagles.
Reynolds actually led all wide receivers with 12 targets, but Philly's defense made things tough on Jared Goff and the offense. The final play of the game was a jump ball to Reynolds that fell incomplete. Fortunately, the Cardinals should be a great opponent to bounce back against in Week 16, so Reynolds will remain a solid FLEX in the fantasy championship.
Josh Reynolds catches three passes in Week 14.
Reynolds gained 36 yards on his three receptions versus Chicago. It wasn’t one of the better games for the second-year receiver, as he didn’t come up with what was a relatively easy catch on the sideline, and he didn’t get up the field for what should’ve been a first down later in the game. Reynolds will look to bounce back next week in a great spot against a struggling Eagles pass defense.
Josh Reynolds has quiet day as Rams improve to 11-1.
Reynolds caught two-of-five targets for 19 yards in the victory over Detroit. Jared Goff barely threw for 200 yards in a sub-par passing day for Los Angeles, so Reynolds shouldn't be downgraded much as a quality FLEX in the fantasy playoffs. The Rams take on the Bears in Chicago next Sunday night.
Josh Reynolds scores in shootout victory over the Chiefs.
Reynolds caught six-of-eight targets for 80 yards, including a four-yard touchdown reception in the first quarter. The score turned out to be a distant memory with the final score ending up 54-51, but Reynolds should certainly be a big factor down the stretch as the team's No. 3 receiver with Cooper Kupp (knee) out. The Rams head into the Week 12 bye at 10-1.
Josh Reynolds scores twice as the Rams remain unbeaten.
Reynolds caught three passes for 42 yards and two touchdowns, both of which came in the red zone. He also rushed once for negative-two yards. The second-year receiver will continue to be worth at least a look if Cooper Kupp (knee) misses another game, especially since Week 9 should be another shootout against the Saints.
Josh Reynolds catches one pass for 19 yards in Week 7.
Reynolds split time with new Rams receiver Nick Williams with Cooper Kupp (knee) out, but the Rams also appeared to go with more two-tight-end sets against the Niners. Reynolds is difficult to trust in fantasy lineups.
Josh Reynolds catches one pass in win over the Broncos.
It went for negative-two yards. Reynolds could be in for an extended role if Cooper Kupp (knee) misses time despite returning after being carted off on Sunday, so he's worth picking up in all leagues depending on Kupp's status. The Rams take on the Niners next week.
Josh Reynolds handles three touches in win over the Seahawks.
Reynolds caught two passes for 39 yards and added a ten-yard rush as he saw extended playing time with Brandin Cooks (concussion) and Cooper Kupp (concussion) both leaving the game. Hopefully the starters are able to get healthy for a trip to Denver, but Reynolds would immediately be on the FLEX radar if he draws a start in Week 6.
Josh Reynolds is undergoing testing for an ankle injury.
Reynolds suffered the injury in last night's preseason game against the Ravens. The second-year receiver from Texas A&M has one reception for six yards last night, and hopefully the injury isn't too serious so he can get back on the field as he looks to take the No. 4 receiver role for the Rams.
Josh Reynolds caught two passes for 16 yards in Sunday's loss to the 49ers.
Reynolds appeared in all 16 games for the Rams this season, catching 11 passes for 104 yards and a touchdown. The rookie probably won't make much of an impact in the postseason.
Josh Reynolds catches two passes in Week 14.
Reynolds gained 17 yards on his two receptions. The big rookie receiver is just a dynasty league option at the moment.
Josh Reynolds has quiet Week 13.
Reynolds caught two passes for just six yards, as he couldn't take advantage of favorable coverage with Patrick Peterson on Sammy Watkins. The rookie probably won't be a fantasy option down the stretch.
Josh Reynolds scores first career touchdown in win over the Saints.
Reynolds caught four passes for 37 yards and a touchdown, which came from seven yards out in the second quarter. The rookie out of Texas A&M stepped up with Robert Woods (shoulder) out, and he will have a role again in Week 13 against the Cardinals. He might be worth considering with Sammy Watkins set to be shadowed by Patrick Peterson.
Josh Reynolds catches 38-yard touchdown in Rams' third preseason game.
Reynolds caught a touchdown on a go route in the third quarter form Sean Mannion. He had three receptions for 71 yards total, leading the Rams in receiving. Reynolds might not have fantasy value this season, but the former Texas A&M receiver is a solid dynasty league prospect.
Josh Reynolds catches game-winning touchdown in Saturday night's exhibition.
Reynolds was held without a catch until the fourth quarter when Sean Mannion found him for a 20-yard score. The rookie is trying to carve out a role behind Sammy Watkins, Robert Woods, and Cooper Kupp for LA.
Josh Reynolds is day-to-day with a quad injury.
It doesn't sound too serious. The rookie receiver from Texas A&M has reportedly been showing up in training camp, so hopefully he can get back on the field because it looks like he could have a solid role during his first season in the league. At 6'3" and someone that showed he can score at A&M, Reynolds could be Jared Goff's wide receiver best target in the red zone.
The LA Rams select Texas A&M receiver Josh Reynolds with the 117th pick in the 2017 NFL Draft.
Reynolds looks the part at receiver at 6'3" and a long frame, and he also produced at Texas A&M. Reynolds transferred over to A&M as a sophomore and scored 13 touchdowns in his first season there. As a senior, Reynolds had 61 receptions for 1,039 yards and 12 touchdowns. He produced in the SEC and will look to contribute for Jared Goff right away. The Rams have been surrounding Goff with weapons over the last two days. Reynolds and fellow rookie Cooper Kupp will both try to get a lot of playing time as rookies.