|Date of Birth:||04/10/1992|
|Drafted:||2013 | Round 2 | Pick 41|
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The Rams are trading Robert Woods to the Titans.
Woods was said to be on the trade market following LA’s signing of Allen Robinson, and Tennessee is acquiring him for a sixth-round pick. Although he’s coming off a torn ACL, the veteran will be an important part of the offense alongside A.J. Brown in 2022, and it fills one of the team’s biggest needs following the release of Julio Jones. The switch to a much more run-heavy offense should make Woods a strong FLEX rather than the WR2 he was with the Rams.
Robert Woods tore his ACL at Friday's practice, according to ESPN.
Woods went down at one point but actually continued practicing on the injury—which was revealed following testing. It's an unfortunate break for the veteran and the Los Angeles offense, so the signing of Odell Beckham Jr. takes on more importance for Sean McVay's attack. This news could immediately elevate OBJ to being a low-end WR2/FLEX consideration on Monday night, and Van Jefferson obviously gets a boost, too. Woods—who is notably signed through 2026—should be healthy by next year's opener. His 2021 season ends with 45 receptions, 556 yards, and four touchdowns, plus eight carries for 46 yards and another score on the ground.
The Rams are signing Robert Woods to a four-year extension.
Woods will get $65 million on the new deal, and it can reportedly get up to $68 million via incentives. The Rams have done a nice job of locking up some of their core guys over the past week, and this extension keeps Woods in Los Angeles through the 2025 season. Quarterback Jared Goff now has his top two targets in Woods and Cooper Kupp connected with him long-term, and Woods is in a great spot to deliver consistent fantasy value every year in Sean McVay's offense.
Robert Woods goes for 7/98/1 line in SNF victory.
Following lines of 6/97 and 13/172 in the previous two games, Woods stayed hot and was able to find the end zone for the first time this season as the Rams picked up a huge win over Seattle. It looked like Woods—who also rushed twice for 29 yards—has become the clear focal-point of the passing attack by getting featured in both the typical 11 personnel and two-tight-end sets that Sean McVay has put an emphasis on, so he's trending back towards WR1 status to close out the year. Next up is a matchup against the Cowboys in Dallas.
Robert Woods is not listed on the Week 12 injury report.
There's apparently a chance that Woods will not play on Monday night while dealing with a personal off-field matter, but he's been with the team practicing after missing last week's game. We expect Woods will be active against the Ravens on Monday night, but be sure to double check on his status if you plan on using him in your fantasy lineup.
Robert Woods has returned to the team and will practice today.
Head coach Sean McVay announced the news, but Woods—who missed Week 11 for personal reasons—is apparently not guaranteed to play on Monday night. However, getting a practice in should be a good sign for the veteran's status, and fantasy owners hoping to play him this week should be able to optimistically pencil him into lineups. Ideally, Woods will not even be listed on the injury report come Saturday.
Robert Woods is inactive for Week 11.
[UPDATE: Woods is inactive because of a personal issue.] Woods is obviously a surprise inactive, so something must have happened; hopefully everything is OK with the tough receiver. With Woods out, Josh Reynolds gets a boost and is a solid option to insert into your lineup if you were planning to use Woods. More information on Woods should be available by late tonight after the game, if not before.
Robert Woods gets on track in Week 4.
Woods caught 13 passes for 164 yards in the Rams' 55-40 loss to the Buccaneers, matching his reception total for the season entering the game and surpassing his receiving yardage total. It certainly helped Woods' statistics that the Rams threw the ball 68 times while trying to keep up with Tampa Bay, but this was still a promising sign for the 1,200-yard receiver from last season. Woods made the plays we were used to seeing from a year ago, and quarterback Jared Goff looked more comfortable throwing the ball around to Woods and company in the second half. After this strong effort, Woods is now on pace for 104 receptions for 1,228 yards along with 20 carries for 172 rushing yards at the quarter-mark in the season. It's only a matter of time before Woods finds the end zone, and he's a strong play against Seattle on Thursday night for Week 5.
Robert Woods caught five passes for 70 yards in Super Bowl LIII loss.
He also rushed once for a five-yard gain. Woods saw ten targets in the 13-3 defeat, but the Rams struggled to get going as the Patriots generated a consistent pass rush and played stout coverage. Still, the USC product had another 80-yard game, and he was basically a machine in 2018. Woods will boast an excellent floor in fantasy drafts next summer as an early-mid round selection.
Robert Woods caught six passes for 33 yards in Sunday's win over the Saints.
Woods also rushed twice for negative-three yards. The Saints did a good job containing Jared Goff's most reliable target, but he was able to get free for a clutch catch on the game-tying drive before Los Angeles won it in overtime, 26-23. Woods should be closer to the 80-yard mark two weeks from now in Super Bowl LIII.
Robert Woods remains consistent in playoff victory.
Woods caught six-of-eight targets for a team-high 69 yards, also adding a nine-yard rush. The USC product has now gone for 60+ yards in 15-of-17 games this season, and he will once again be a reliable target for Jared Goff next Sunday in the NFC Championship Game against either the Saints or Eagles.
Robert Woods catches two passes in Week 17.
Woods gained 24 yards on his two receptions against the Niners, also adding one carry for one yard. This was Woods' first game without 61+ yards since Week 1, so fantasy owners can't be too upset with this outing considering the extremely-consistent season he's had. Woods' fantastic regular season ends with 86 receptions for 1,219 yards and six touchdowns along with 19 carries for 157 yards and one touchdown. The 26-year-old was among the most consistent fantasy assets during the year, and he was a true WR1 with a very high floor. Woods will now look to make big plays during the postseason as the Rams look to win a championship.
Robert Woods scores twice in win over the Cardinals.
Woods caught six passes for 89 yards and a touchdown, also adding two carries for 15 yards and another score. The highlight was a 39-yard catch-and-run to seal the game in the fourth quarter, as Woods walked the tightrope down the right sideline for six. Almost unbelievably, the USC product has now cleared 60 receiving yards in each of the past 14 games, and he will have as high a floor as anyone for the season finale against San Francisco. Woods is on the WR1 borderline in all formats.
Robert Woods caught seven passes for 74 yards in Sunday night's loss to the Eagles.
He also rushed once for 19 yards. Woods and the rest of the receivers didn't really get a chance to separate on intermediate or deep routes as Philly stayed back and let their pass rush get to Jared Goff, but the Rams should get back on track over the final two weeks as they look to build momentum into January. Woods should remain a WR1/WR2 next week against the Cardinals.
Robert Woods catches seven passes against the Bears.
Woods gained 61 yards on his seven receptions (13 targets) in the Rams’ Week 14 loss. He was one of the bright spots for the Rams offense in the game, and this was a solid showing considering the team struggled to get much going throughout the night. Woods crossed 1,000 yards receiving for the first time in his career, and he's really been excellent since arriving to LA; congrats to him on the feat. Woods should be a high-floor option with a lot of upside in a great matchup with the Eagles for the second week of the fantasy playoffs.
Robert Woods finds the end zone in Week 13 victory.
Woods caught five passes for 67 yards and a touchdown, which came from eight yards away in the first half. He also rushed twice for 11 yards. The USC product led the Rams in receiving across the board on a slow day for the passing attack, but everyone should bounce back next week at Soldier Field. Keep Woods in lineups as a strong WR1/WR2 option in all formats.
Robert Woods scores as Rams win a shootout over the Chiefs, 54-51.
Woods caught four passes for 72 yards, including a seven-yard touchdown on the game's opening possession. The veteran possession receiver was mostly held in check after that, but he did see a healthy 11 targets, and Woods will obviously be a WR1/WR2 down the stretch. For Week 12, fantasy owners will need to look elsewhere as Los Angeles heads into their bye week.
Robert Woods totals 106 yards in win over the Seahawks.
Woods caught four passes for 89 yards, also adding three carries for 17 yards. The USC product only saw five targets, but he should be an even bigger factor down the stretch with Cooper Kupp (knee) unfortunately out for the rest of the year. Woods remains a low-end WR1 for next Monday night's Mexico City showdown against the Chiefs.
Robert Woods has another solid day, but Rams lose their first game of the year.
Woods caught five passes for 71 yards, also adding two carries for four yards. The USC product has at least five receptions and 70 yards in every game since the opener, and he remains a high-floor, matchup-proof WR1/WR2 as a key cog in Sean McVay's offense. Woods went for 5/92 in Seattle earlier this year, so he will look to match or better those numbers when the Seahawks come to town in Week 10.
Robert Woods caught five passes for 70 yards in Sunday's win over Green Bay.
Woods was second on the team with seven targets and had another productive outing, but he didn't score in October after three touchdowns in five days to close out September. Still, the 26-year-old is on pace for a 92/1,344/6 line at the season's midway point, and he should remain a WR1/WR2 for next week's matchup with the Saints.
Robert Woods leads the Rams in Week 7 receiving.
Woods caught five passes for 78 yards and added one carry for six yards against the Niners. The performance makes it six straight weeks with at least five receptions and 78 yards, so the USC product is as safe as any fantasy option next week against the Packers.
Robert Woods goes over 100 yards in win over the Broncos.
Woods caught seven passes for 109 yards, leading the team in receptions, yards, and targets (ten) while also adding a 12-yard rush. Since a quiet opener, Woods has been excellent with lines of 6/81, 10/104/2, 5/101/1, 5/92, and 7/109, so he's an every-week WR2 and arguably a top-15 option in all formats heading into a matchup with the Niners.
Robert Woods caught five passes for 92 yards in Sunday's win over the Seahawks.
Besides leading the team in receiving, Woods also rushed twice for 53 yards. The veteran consistently picked up chunk yardage to keep the ball moving for Los Angeles, and he's now gone for lines of 6/81, 10/104/2, 5/101/1, and 5/92 over the past four weeks after a nondescript opener. Woods is locked in as a low-end WR2/FLEX option next week in Denver whether or not Brandin Cooks and Cooper Kupp clear the concussion protocol.
Robert Woods gets in on the fun in Thursday Night Football victory.
Woods was held in check in the first half of a 38-31 win, but he got going over the final 30 minutes, finishing with five receptions for 101 yards and a touchdown, which came from 36 yards out on a strike from Jared Goff. Overall, the Rams looked unstoppable offensively, and there's been enough production for all three of the starting receivers in Sean McVay's attack; Woods is on pace for a 96/1,292/12 line at the quarter mark of the season, and he will be tough to keep out of lineups next week against Seattle with the offense rolling.
Robert Woods goes for 10/104/2 in the Rams' win over the Chargers.
The 26-year-old also rushed three times for 13 yards. Woods caught a three-yard pass in the first quarter to find the end zone, and then scored from six yards out in the second half. Sean McVay's offense arguably looks even better than it did a season ago, and Woods has had a couple strong games after a disappointing opener. It'll be interesting to see who Xavier Rhodes covers on Thursday night, but he might just remain on one side of the field, which makes all of Woods, Brandin Cooks, and Cooper Kupp worth considering in Week 5.
Robert Woods catches six passes in Week 2.
Woods was targeted nine times against the Cardinals, gaining 81 yards on his six receptions. Woods should be a high-floor fantasy option in Week 3 against the Chargers.
Robert Woods totals 43 yards in win over the Raiders.
Woods caught three passes for 37 yards, also adding a six-yard rush (all three of LA's starting receivers recorded at least one carry). The veteran narrowly missed a deep ball that would have resulted in six, as Jared Goff's pass was just out of the reach of his extended hands. The presence of Brandin Cooks probably hurts Woods more than anyone this year, but he could benefit over the next few weeks if it keeps him from being covered by Patrick Peterson, Casey Hayward, and Xavier Rhodes.
Robert Woods goes over 140 yards in Wild Card Round.
Woods played an excellent game in the playoff loss to the Falcons, catching nine of 14 targets for 142 yards. The former USC Trojan had a long of 38 yards in the Coliseum, and he also had a spectacular sideline reception on a dime from Jared Goff and made a few tight sideline catches toward the end of the game. Woods set a career-high in yardage in his first season with the Rams despite missing a few games with a shoulder injury, and he could make a statistical jump next season if teammate Sammy Watkins leaves in free agency. He'll offer a solid floor later in 2018 fantasy drafts.
Robert Woods is not expected to play today.
Woods, along with teammate Sammy Watkins is active against the 49ers, but neither of them are expected to get into the game with the Rams resting most of their starters. It's not a good idea to have Woods in your fantasy lineup for Week 17.
Robert Woods gets eight targets versus Tennessee.
Woods' eight targets were second on the team to Todd Gurley (13 targets), but he didn't have a huge game, catching three passes for 33 yards. However, he still made some key catches and will continue to be a reliable guy for Jared Goff throughout next week and into the playoffs.
Robert Woods scores in his return from a shoulder injury.
After missing the last three games while dealing with the shoulder injury suffered back in Week 11 against the Vikings, Woods stepped right back in as a reliable target for Jared Goff. Woods head the team in receiving, catching six of seven targets for 45 yards and a touchdown, with the score coming on a one-yard route in the flat where he was wide open. Woods didn't show any limitations with his shoulder, and he is a high-floor fantasy option next week against the Titans.
Robert Woods (shoulder) is set to return in Week 15.
Woods was limited in the first practice of the week, but it's all according to plan. After missing the last three games, Woods will be back in the lineup this Sunday in a big NFC West matchup with the Seahawks. Woods was on fire before his injury, and he's immediately a FLEX option in fantasy lineups for the second week of the fantasy playoffs.
Robert Woods (shoulder) was limited in practice.
This week is the target for Woods' return, and a limited participation to start the week has him off on the right foot. Woods has missed the last three games and would give the Rams an excellent boost in the passing game if he were to return. Keep an eye on his practice status tomorrow and Friday.
Rams head coach Sean McVay gives clarity on the return of Robert Woods (shoulder).
The team is hoping Woods will be ready for Week 14 against the NFC-leading Eagles, but McVay says it's more realistic that Woods is ready for Week 15 against Seattle—which appears to be the target right now. Don't be surprised if Woods toughs it out and plays next week, but expect him to miss a couple more games.
Robert Woods will miss a couple of weeks with a shoulder injury.
Rams head coach Sean McVay just made the annocement while declaring it a “significant” loss for them. Woods has been outstanding in his first season with the Rams, as he’s the team’s leading receiver with 703 yards and has been on fire lately. Look for Sammy Watkins and Cooper Kupp to step up while Woods is out, including this week in another big NFC matchup with the Saints. We would expect Watkins to have a big few weeks as the schedule lightens up for him.
Robert Woods keeps it up in loss to the Vikings.
Woods caught eight passes for 81 yards, both of which led the team. The 25-year-old benefitted from Xavier Rhodes shadowing Sammy Watkins, but his success didn't lead to many points for Los Angeles. They should bounce back in Week 12 against New Orleans. Woods has earned low-end WR2/FLEX status.
Robert Woods explodes against the Texans.
Woods has had some big games throughout his five-year career, but this was his best yet, as he caught eight of ten targets for 171 yards and two touchdowns in the Rams' Week 10 victory. The first touchdown was a 94-yard bomb from Jared Goff in which Woods ran a nice corner post route that got him behind the defense by quite a bit. And the second touchdown was on a beautifully-designed play in which Woods ran into the backfield like he would get a reverse before changing direction and catching a swing pass that he took into the end zone. Woods now has 19 and 29 standard fantasy points in his last two games, and you might as well keep him going in your lineup even in a difficult matchup with the Vikings next week, unless you have a stacked roster with a plethora of top options.
Robert Woods scores twice in Week 9 win.
Woods caught four passes for 70 yards in a 51-17 win. The highlight of the day was a 52-yard catch-and-run on 3rd and 33 where he followed his blocks and sprinted through a New York team that didn't seem very interested in tackling, and he also had a four-yard touchdown reception. They were his first two scores of the season, but at the midway point, Woods is on pace for a 62/902/4 line. He's a decent FLEX option against Houston next week.
Robert Woods leads Rams in receiving in Week 7.
Woods caught five of seven targets for 59 yards against the Cardinals, again working as a good target for Jared Goff over the middle. He also added four yards on his lone carry of the game. Woods now has at least five receptions for 59 yards in each of the last three games, and he'll look to keep it going against the Giants when the Rams emerge from their Week 8 bye week. He'll be in the FLEX discussion for that game, though he probably doesn't have a ton of upside.
Robert Woods gets seven targets in Week 6.
Woods caught five passes for 70 yards against the Jaguars, but he did lose a fumble in the game. He's playing well this season, he just hasn't found the end zone yet. The Cardinals are up next for Woods, and he'll try to make it three straight games with at least five receptions and 60 yards.
Robert Woods catches five of eight targets against Seattle.
Woods, who went off against Seattle last season while he was with Buffalo, seems to be a difficult cover for the Seahawks corners. He gained 66 yards on his five receptions while adding an eight-yard carry. Woods gets the Jaguars in Week 6.
Robert Woods caught two passes for 17 yards in Sunday's win over the Cowboys.
Woods had a touchdown catch that was overturned by review, though it looked like it could have stood. He and Sammy Watkins were unable to have big games against Dallas, as they limited the perimeter throws and allowed production to Todd Gurley and Cooper Kupp instead. The Rams schedule gets really tough starting next week against the Seahawks, but Woods torched them last year with Buffalo. Still, he should stay out of lineups in Week 5, and it might be safe to drop him with a difficult schedule until Thanksgiving.
Robert Woods goes over 100 yards in Week 3 win.
Woods worked in tandem with teammate Sammy Watkins as they both caught six of seven targets for over 100 yards. Woods' stat line against the 49ers was six receptions for 108 yards, with a long of 31 yards. He made some great catches for his quarterback Jared Goff, while he took some big hits from the Niners but bounced right back up. The 25-year-old receiver gets the Cowboys next week.
Robert Woods held to one catch in loss.
It went for eight yards. Woods had to contend with Josh Norman and an underrated Washington defense for much of the afternoon, but he's still just the third receiver on a growing passing game. Woods would probably only become a reliable fantasy option if Sammy Watkins or Cooper Kupp went down. He gets the 49ers on Thursday night.
Robert Woods caught three passes for 53 yards in his Rams debut.
Woods didn't have much of a chance for a big game due to the score being 27-3 at halftime, but it was a good game for the entire LA offense. The 25-year-old receiver is behind both Sammy Watkins and Cooper Kupp for target, but he might have fantasy value if Jared Goff takes the step we expect him to.
Robert Woods catches both targets in Week 3 of the preseason.
Woods had two receptions for 23 yards in the exhibition against the Chargers. He's locked in as a top three receiver for the Rams, but will likely only be a fantasy option in deeper leagues.
Robert Woods caught two passes for 19 yards in Saturday night's win.
Both Woods and new Rams receiver Sammy Watkins took a backseat to Cooper Kupp last night, but the offense in general looked really good for LA. They will look to keep it going in the regular season dress rehearsal next Saturday.
Rams receiver Robert Woods said he is "trying to be the No. 1 receiver," the Los Angeles Times reports.
Woods is reportedly "making an impression" on the Rams, and is forming a connection with quarterback Jared Goff. The Rams certainly paid Woods like a number one receiver, giving him a five-year, $34 million contract to come to LA. The Rams are suddenly pretty deep at receiver and tight end, with Woods and Tavon Austin being the most-established targets. Woods has a chance at 1,000 yards this season. He'll also contribute as a willing run blocker for the offense.
Robert Woods officially signs with the Rams.
With his contract coming in at about $8 million per season, Woods is getting paid like a potential number one receiver. The Rams are likely to add more receivers in the draft, but as of now, Woods could be Jared Goff's number one target. There are other things Woods does well in addition to his receiving however, like blocking in the run game. Woods has a shot at 1,000 yards next season if he and Goff form a nice connection.
According to Adam Schefter, Robert Woods will cash in on a big contract with the Rams.
Schefter reports the deal will be for $39 million over 5 years. It's a great deal for Woods, who will presumably be the Rams number one wide receiver, given the numbers on his deal. Woods could be a sneaky bet to go over 1,000 yards next season.
Woods catches one pass in return.
He was targeted three times and his lone reception went for 29 yards. Woods isn't a good fantasy option despite somehow catching 10 passes for 162 yards against Seattle a few weeks ago.
Robert Woods caught three passes for 41 yards before leaving with a knee injury as the Bills defeated the Bengals.
Woods was a popular play this week against a weak Bengals secondary, but he couldn’t do much before leaving the game. The Bills badly need Sammy Watkins (foot) back to make a playoff push at 5-5, but he hasn’t even resumed practicing as of last week. If Woods is able to get cleared for Week 12, he won’t be a great fantasy start.