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Andrew Hawkins | Wide Receiver

Team: Cleveland Browns
Age / DOB:  (28) / 3/10/1986
Ht / Wt:  5'7' / 180
College: Toledo
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Andrew Hawkins caught 6-of-12 targets for 70 yards in the Browns' Week 2 win over the Saints.
Hawkins has now seen 22 targets through two games, which is more than enough to put him on the fantasy radar. Unfortunately for Hawkins, Brian Hoyer missed him on a couple lengthy passes and under threw him on the final pass of the game that could have easily been a 39-yard touchdown instead of the 21-yard gain Hawkins made out of it. It set up Billy Cundiff's game-winning 29-yard field goal with three seconds left. Hawkins is worth owning in PPR. Sep 14 - 5:39 PM

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Andrew Hawkins led the Browns in receiving in their Week 1 loss, catching 8-of-10 targets for 87 yards.

Hawkins' 10 looks were twice as many as Jordan Cameron, who departed midway through the second half with a shoulder injury. Although Hawkins is a dynamo out of the slot, he still maxes out as a WR4 for fantasy purposes in standard leagues.
Sep 7 - 6:06 PM

Andrew Hawkins caught 5-of-5 targets for 36 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason game.

He was the only Browns receiver to stand out, saving the first-team offense from a truly horrid night by catching three passes for 16 yards and a touchdown on Brian Hoyer's only scoring drive. Baby Hawk now has seven grabs for 63 yards through three preseason games. He'll be worth WR4/5 consideration as the Browns' slot receiver.
Aug 23 - 11:45 PM

According to NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala, Andrew Hawkins is the only receiver to "distinguish himself" in Browns camp, so far.

Similar to what we read in the spring. Baby Hawk is going to see snaps all over the Josh Gordon-less Browns offense this season as a jitterbug playmaker. Brian Hoyer compared Hawkins' work ethic in the spring to Wes Welker's. Hawkins has more value in PPR as a volume pass-catcher. He's currently going in the late 13th round in fantasy drafts. Hawkins has some deep sleeper appeal.
Jul 25 - 11:36 AM

Browns WRs coach Mike McDaniel said Andrew Hawkins will see some time outside.

McDaniel doesn't want to limit Hawkins to the slot, because then he'll only be on the field in three-wide sets. The Browns' brutal receiving corps needs him on the field much more than that. So even though Baby Hawk goes 5'7/180, his vertical speed and jitterbug quicks give him a shot for at least spot duty on the outside. He's been the star of Browns OTAs. "The guy runs his routes so hard. It reminds me a lot of my time in New England with (Wes) Welker where the guy runs every route to win," Brian Hoyer said.
Jun 12 - 10:16 AM

According to the Cleveland Plain Dealer, Andrew Hawkins has been the Browns' best wideout at OTAs "by far."

Yes, Josh Gordon has been participating in the sessions. We're not surprised at all that Hawkins is starring, as he's been among the league's most underrated receivers for the last couple seasons. With Gordon expected to miss the entire season, the Browns quarterbacks are going to love throwing to this speedy, sudden jitterbug. Baby Hawk has a nice opportunity with only Jordan Cameron truly ahead of him on the target totem pole. "He's been one of our most consistent guys through spring," coach Mike Pettine said of Hawkins.
Jun 4 - 9:33 AM

Browns signed WR Andrew Hawkins, formerly of the Bengals, to a four-year, $13.6 million contract.

The Bengals had until midnight to match the Browns' offer sheet but informed Hawkins they weren't going to do so. Four years and $13.6 million with a $5.8 million first-year cap number is a hefty price to pay for a 5-foot-7, 180-pound jitterbug slot receiver, but the Browns badly needed a talent infusion on offense. Hawkins can turn simple plays into monster gains with his speed. Tavon Austin drew some Hawkins comparisons last April. Hawkins will be the No. 3 option in the passing game, behind target monster Josh Gordon and Jordan Cameron.
Mar 18 - 3:17 PM

The Bengals have until midnight ET Tuesday night/Wednesday morning to match the Browns offer sheet to restricted free agent Andrew Hawkins.

The Browns inked Hawkins to a four-year, $13.6 million offer sheet last Thursday, and the Bengals were given five days to match or let Hawkins walk. According to multiple reports, Cincinnati is expected to let Hawkins go to the rival Browns. The Bengals will receive no compensation in return. In Cleveland, Hawkins would be penciled in as the No. 3 option in the passing game.
Mar 18 - 11:07 AM's Albert Breer reports the Bengals are now unlikely to match restricted free agent Andrew Hawkins' four-year, $13.6 million offer sheet with the Browns.

The deal pays Hawkins $10.8 million over the first two years, and includes a $5.8 million cap hit for 2014. The Browns are using their ample cap space as a weapon. It appears it will land them their man, but that's a pretty huge chunk of change for a 5-foot-7 slot receiver, no matter how dynamic. The Bengals would be wise to let Hawkins walk. They'll receive no compensation if he does, as he was an undrafted free agent.
Mar 13 - 1:24 PM

Restricted free agent Andrew Hawkins signed a four-year, $13.6 million offer sheet with the Browns.

The deal includes $10.8 million over the first two seasons, and a $5.8 million cap hit in 2014. The Bengals have five days to match or let Hawkins walk. It's a big chunk of change for a 5-foot-7 slot receiver, one that was also clearly designed to make it tough for the Bengals to match. According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, they do indeed plan to match, however.
Mar 13 - 12:46 PM

According to ESPN's Adam Schefter, the Bengals plan to match the four-year, $12.2 million offer sheet restricted free agent Andrew Hawkins signed with the Browns.

It's a surprise given the $5.3 million guaranteed in the deal and the Bengals depth chart at wideout. It also speaks to just how underrated Hawkins' talent is outside of the league. NFL teams realize that the undersized yet jitterbug quick slot man can be a very valuable piece of a passing game. The Bengals are going to pony up the cash to keep him away from their division rival.
Mar 12 - 7:36 AM

The offer sheet signed by restricted free agent Andrew Hawkins with the Browns is for four years and $12.2 million.

The sheet includes $4 million guaranteed. Given that the Bengals tendered Hawkins for just $1.431 million and they are three-deep at wideout already (A.J. Green, Marvin Jones, Mohamed Sanu), we'd be very surprised if they chose to match. Look for the underrated and shifty Hawkins to be penned in as the Browns new slot receiver in five days.
Mar 11 - 10:13 PM

Browns signed restricted free agent WR Andrew Hawkins to a four-year offer sheet.

The Bengals will have five days to decide whether to match the deal and keep Hawkins in Cincinnati. Browns GM Ray Farmer is trying hard to land a receiver to take some heat off Josh Gordon, since Greg Little has been a mammoth bust and Davone Bess was a mental disaster before being released. A creative offensive mind like OC Kyle Shanahan could get Baby Hawk looks out of the backfield and in the slot. It'd be nice to see Hawkins escape Cincinnati.
Mar 11 - 6:55 PM

NFL Network's Aditi Kinkhabwala reports the Browns are showing "major interest" in restricted free agent Andrew Hawkins.

After losing out on Andre Roberts, GM Ray Farmer is looking for an underneath target to pair with dominant No. 1 receiver Josh Gordon. Hawkins is garnering a lot of interest around the league. The Bengals tendered him at the lowest level.
Mar 11 - 11:46 AM

The Redskins have "made inquiries" about restricted free agent WR Andrew Hawkins.

"Baby Hawk" has a coaching staff connection in D.C. after playing the past three seasons under ex-Bengals OC Jay Gruden. As Cincy only extended him an "original pick" tender -- and Hawkins was originally undrafted -- the Redskins would not have to fork over draft pick compensation were they to sign him to an offer sheet, and the Bengals failed to match. Hawkins is pint sized at 5-foot-7, 180, but when healthy is one of the most exciting players in the NFL.
Mar 10 - 11:55 PM

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