A.J. Green had two catches for 19 yards in the Bengals' third preseason game.
Green barely played after Andy Dalton went down with a neck injury. He'll finish the preseason with five catches for 59 yards. Green is locked in as a top-ten wideout.
A.J. Jenkins was held without a catch on one target in Saturday's preseason game.
With Dez Bryant sidelined, Jenkins got some run with the first-team offense, but he has just two catches for 40 yards through three preseason games. He should see some snaps in Thursday's finale. Jenkins is far from a lock for the 53-man roster.
Shane Vereen netted nine yards on three carries while also grabbing three catches for 30 yards in Saturday’s preseason loss to the Jets.
Most of Vereen’s receiving output came on a 19-yard catch that was aided by great edge blocking. Vereen certainly has the chops to be a useful fantasy contributor but his inconsistent usage makes him a tough sell at his current ninth-round ADP. For fantasy purposes, he’s the least appealing of the Giants’ three primary backfield options.
Darren Sproles had two catches for 41 yards and a touchdown in the Eagles' third preseason game.
Sproles scored on a eight-yard wheel route on the Eagles' opening drive. He later had a 33-yard catch and run. Sproles doesn't project as more than a low-volume receiving back behind DeMarco Murray and Ryan Mathews.
Martellus Bennett caught seven passes for 45 yards in Saturday's third preseason game.
With the Bears top three receivers sidelined, Jay Cutler locked on to Bennett for seven targets. He continues to have a strong preseason, posting 11 catches for 94 yards. Bennett should be drafted as a mid-to-high TE1.
Jordan Matthews had three catches for 51 yards in the Eagles' third preseason game.
Matthews continued his strong preseason, doing all of his damage of the Eagles' first three drive. He has WR1 upside as the top target in Chip Kelly's offense. Matthews has seven catches for 115 yards through three preseason games.
Gavin Escobar caught 1-of-3 targets for five yards in Saturday's preseason game.
Escobar is perenilally rumored for a bigger role behind Jason Witten, but finishes the summer with only eight catches for 68 yards. Of course, that's almost halfway to his regular season career total of 18. In theory, Escobar has playmaking upside, but there's little reason to believe he'll be a legitimate TE2 this season.
Marlon Brown did not catch either of his two targets in the Ravens' third preseason game.
With Breshad Perriman (knee) out, Brown played as the No. 3 receiver behind Steve Smith and Kamar Aiken. His roster spot was thought to be in question earlier in camp, but his usage in this game suggests his job is secure. Marlon Brown has one catch for 21 yards this preseason. He is not on the redraft radar.