Posted: 9/19/2020 3:28 am UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett (back) is expected to play against the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 2, according to head coach Sean McVay. 'We put him as questionable, but he ended up going today,' McVay said. 'He felt good. I fully expect him to be ready to go.'
Posted: 9/17/2020 12:29 am UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett (back) didn't practice Wednesday, Sept. 16.
Huddle Up: Everett is a low-end TE2 when both he and Tyler Higbee are healthy. It will be tough to tell which one will produce more in any given matchup.
Posted: 9/16/2020 1:42 pm UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett (back) left the Week 1 game briefly with a back injury, but head coach Sean McVay said he's OK.
Huddle Up: Everett had just one catch for seven yards on two targets. He should be dropped in shallow leagues, but if you have the space, he wouldn't be a bad stash because any Rams receiver could be highlighted any week.
Posted: 6/22/2020 2:39 am UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett's nine broken tackles after receptions in 2019 were tied for the eighth most in the NFL and were the most among tight ends.
Posted: 4/15/2020 7:19 pm UTC
Los Angeles Rams head coach Sean McVay said he needs to do a better job utilizing TE Gerald Everett's skill set because Everett is 'a difference-maker, but he's got to get the opportunity.' Everett is coming off a career-best 37 receptions for 408 yards and two touchdowns. Everett and TE Tyler Higbee combined for 149 targets last season and the two may be a bigger part of the offense with RB Todd Gurley and WR Brandin Cooks out of the picture. Everett, by the way, is entering a contract year and is a candidate for an extension.
Huddle Up: Everett had a few big games last year, but we're not ready to elevate him to borderline TE1 status yet. If you carry two tight ends on roster or are in deeper leagues, he is worth a look if he stays healthy and his role increases. He's also a potential DFS flier when the matchup is right.
Posted: 4/09/2020 12:33 pm UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett is a player that head coach Sean McVay said he has to do a better job of utilizing. 'Really, really excited about what Everett's going to do,' McVay said. 'I think Tyler Higbee did a phenomenal job, but I think Everett's a guy that I've got to do a better job of utilizing his skill set because he's a difference-maker. But he's got to get the opportunities and I think that starts with some of the things I know I can do a better job of.'
Huddle Up: Everett was a TE1 for a big chunk of the season last year before a knee injury did him in. That allowed Tyler Higbee to break out in a monstrous way. Everett will be victim to a numbers game often, but he'll still be a TE2 or a bye-week filler in 2020.
Posted: 12/19/2019 10:46 pm UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett (knee) practiced in full Thursday, Dec. 19, and was removed from the injury report for Week 16.
Huddle Up: Everett is a low-end TE1 due to the shallow pool at the position. Fantasy managers should be happy with 3-5 receptions and anything more than 40 yards.
Posted: 12/19/2019 1:39 am UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett (knee) fully participated in practice Wednesday, Dec. 18.
Huddle Up: Everett appears to be on track to return to the lineup this week but his role in the passing game is uncertain because of the recent success of Tyler Higbee. Fantasy players probably will be able to find other options and can keep Everett on the bench.
Posted: 12/18/2019 12:12 am UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett (knee) was limited in practice Tuesday, Dec. 17.
Huddle Up: Everett has sat out each of the last three weeks. He'll have a tough matchup if able to return Saturday, Dec. 21, against the San Francisco 49ers, but he'll still warrant low-end TE1 consideration.
Posted: 12/14/2019 12:03 am UTC
Los Angeles Rams TE Gerald Everett (knee) did not participate in practice Friday, Dec. 13, and has been ruled out for Week 15.
Huddle Up: Tyler Higbee will continue to have a role in the passing game while Everett is sidelined and can be a starting option in fantasy leagues.