Logan Thomas

TE WAS

College: Virginia Tech | 7 years
Height: 6'6" | Weight: 250 lbs
Birth Date: 7/1/1991
2021 Bye Week: 9
On IR - knee

Total Pts: 0.00
Avg Pts: 0.00
Rank: 0 TE

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Player Notes
Dec 14 9:33am ET

Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas (knee) indeed suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament. Thomas is expected to undergo surgery this week and be ready for the start of the 2022 season.

Fantasy Spin: Ricky Seals-Jones had one catch for eight yards on four targets last week and has 24 catches on 39 targets on the year. That ratio has to improve, and he's a backup in fantasy until it does.

From TheHuddle

Dec 14 8:40am ET

Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas (knee) underwent further tests, which officially revealed a torn ACL as the team initially feared. He is expected to undergo surgery and return in time for the 2022 season. Last Wednesday, the 30-year-old was placed on injured reserve, ruling him out for the season. Thomas finishes the year with 18 catches for 196 yards and three touchdowns over six games. The Washington tight end will look to recover ahead of the 2022 season. Ricky Seals-Jones will be Washington's primary tight end while Thomas is sidelined. Seals-Jones caught one pass for eight yards on four targets in the Week 14 loss to the Dallas Cowboys. The 26-year-old can be used as a streamer in Week 15 against a Philadelphia Eagles defense that struggled against tight ends this season.

From RotoBaller

Dec 8 3:03pm ET

Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas (knee) was placed on the Reserve/Injured list Wednesday, Dec. 8.

Fantasy Spin: Thomas will not play again this season, so Ricky Seals-Jones and John Bates will be the main tight ends for Washington over the last few games. Seals-Jones likely will be the starter if healthy and has a chance to be a low-end No. 1 tight end in deeper leagues.

From TheHuddle

Dec 8 11:50am ET

Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas (knee) was placed on the IR today, ending his season. While the full extent of his injury is not yet known, we know that Thomas will not play another snap in 2021, so he can be safely dropped in redraft leagues. In his stead, Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) figures to re-enter the sizable role that he played when Thomas missed time earlier. RSJ is coming back from his own injury, so we need to monitor the practice reports, but if he is able to practice again on Wednesday and Thursday, he should be added in all leagues as a potential high-end TE2 the rest of the way.

From RotoBaller

Dec 6 2:33pm ET

Updating a previous report, Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas (knee) suffered damage in his knee but likely avoided a torn anterior cruciate ligament in Week 13, according to head coach Ron Rivera on Monday, Dec. 6.

Fantasy Spin: This appears to be one of those rare times in which the initial tests and final diagnosis don't line up, although more tests are forthcoming. It is too early to say at this point if Thomas plays again this season, but there is a much better chance of that happening now than there was about 12 hours ago. Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) would be the next man up in Week 14 versus the Dallas Cowboys if he can get cleared from his injury in time. If not Seals-Jones, then rookie John Bates would be worthy of TE2 consideration.

From TheHuddle

Dec 6 2:20pm ET

Washington Football Team head coach Ron Rivera said that tight end Logan Thomas' (knee) MRI exam came back better than they had hoped on Monday. Thomas has some damage in his knee and more tests are coming, but Rivera said that the MRI showed that Thomas didn't tear his ACL. More tests will confirm if that's in fact the case, but it sounds as though Thomas could potentially return this season. The 30-year-old suffered a hamstring injury in Week 4 that landed him on Injured Reserve, and he had just returned to action in Week 12. Thomas had three catches for 48 yards and his third touchdown of the year in the Week 13 win over the Las Vegas Raiders, so he deserves holding until we know more. Rookie John Bates figures to see a much larger role if Thomas misses any more time. Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) missed his third straight game Sunday.

From RotoBaller

Dec 5 11:03pm ET

Updating a previous report, Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas (knee) is believed to have suffered a torn anterior cruciate ligament Sunday, Dec. 5, in Week 13. Las Vegas Raiders DE Yannick Ngakoue went low on Thomas to avoid a block on the play.

Fantasy Spin: Thomas was starting to shake off the rust after a hamstring injury derailed his season. If Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) is healthy, he'll be a fine play most of the remaining weeks. Look his way on the wire.

From TheHuddle

Dec 5 10:30pm ET

Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas (knee) is believed to have suffered a torn ACL and MCL during Sunday's win over the Raiders. The 30-year-old has scored a touchdown in three of his five games this season, so it's a tough blow for the team and Taylor Heinicke especially. Nonetheless, Thomas will have further testing, likely on Monday, once the team makes it home, although things aren't looking promising. If the worst is confirmed, his season is over, meaning Ricky Seals-Jones (hip), who didn't play against Las Vegas, would be the next man up, assuming he is healthy for the Week 14 meeting with the Dallas Cowboys.

From RotoBaller

Dec 5 9:23pm ET

Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas (ankle) suffered an ankle injury against the Las Vegas Raiders in Week 13 and did not return. He finished with three catches on five targets for 48 yards and a touchdown in a 17-15 win.

Fantasy Spin: Thomas already missed significant time this year with a hamstring injury, and another extended absence could end his season.

From TheHuddle

Dec 5 7:00pm ET

Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas (knee) won't return to Sunday's matchup against the Raiders. It's rather unfortunate news, especially considering he had three catches for 48 yards and a touchdown before his premature departure. Nonetheless, his status moving forward is unknown, although there will be an update ahead of the upcoming NFC North matchup against the Dallas Cowboys. If Thomas can't go for that one, Ricky Seals-Jones (hip), who was inactive in Week 13, could be in store for a more prominent workload, assuming he plays.

From RotoBaller

Dec 4 12:40pm ET

Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas should find his way back into TE1 territory after being on a pitch count in his return to action. The 30-year old caught three of his six targets for 31 yards in Week 12 while having what looked to be a touchdown called back. Six targets in his first game back was a very encouraging sign, and usage in the red zone was once again put on display. Taylor Heinicke has shown in the past he likes to rely on his big tight end, so Thomas can be valued as a mid-to-low end TE1 in Week 13 against the Las Vegas Raiders. At such a thin position, he is in must-start territory because of his prominent role in the offense, which has become a rarity at the position.

From RotoBaller

Dec 3 7:13pm ET

Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas (hamstring) was limited during practice Friday, Dec. 3, but is not on the injury report for Week 13.

Fantasy Spin: Thomas was back in Week 12 after missing several games because of his injury and was one of the main options in the passing game. He should see a similar workload this week and can be a low-end No. 1 tight end in fantasy leagues.

From TheHuddle

Dec 3 7:10pm ET

Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas (hamstring) was limited in practice all week but doesn't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Las Vegas Raiders. Thomas was activated from Injured Reserve in time to play last Sunday for the first time since he suffered a hamstring injury in Week 4. The 30-year-old played 79% of the offensive snaps and caught three of his six targets for 31 yards in his return. With pass-catching running back J.D. McKissic (concussion) out this weekend, Thomas should have a bigger role through the air as the No. 2 target behind receiver Terry McLaurin. Consider Thomas a low-end TE1 with upside against a Las Vegas defense that has had trouble stopping opposing TEs this year, surrendering the third-most fantasy points per game to the position.

From RotoBaller

Dec 3 4:53pm ET

Washington Football Team S Landon Collins (foot), RB J.D. McKissic (concussion), OG Wes Schweitzer (ankle) and CB Benjamin St-Juste (concussion) did not practice all week and have been ruled out for Week 13 versus the Las Vegas Raiders. OT Ereck Flowers (foot) did not practice for a second consecutive day Friday, Dec. 3, but is listed as questionable. C Tyler Larsen (knee), WR Curtis Samuel (groin) and TE Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) remained limited in practice on Friday and are also listed as questionable. OG Brandon Scherff (knee) and TE Logan Thomas (hamstring) were limited in practice all week but have been removed from the injury report. RB Antonio Gibson (shin) was upgraded to a full practice on Friday and also no longer appears on the injury report.

From TheHuddle

Dec 2 6:33pm ET

Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas (hamstring) was limited during practice Thursday, Dec. 2.

Fantasy Spin: Thomas regained his starting job last week and should be one of the main options in the passing game moving forward. He can be considered a low-end No. 1 tight end most weeks.

From TheHuddle

Dec 2 5:23pm ET

Washington Football Team S Landon Collins (foot), RB J.D. McKissic (concussion), OG Wes Schweitzer (ankle) and OT Ereck Flowers (foot) did not participate in practice Thursday, Dec. 2. C Tyler Larsen (knee), RB Antonio Gibson (shin), WR Curtis Samuel (groin), OG Brandon Scherff (knee), TE Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) and TE Logan Thomas (hamstring) were limited.

From TheHuddle

Dec 1 6:33pm ET

Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas (hamstring) was limited during practice Wednesday, Dec. 1.

Fantasy Spin: Thomas was back in the lineup after being sidelined for several weeks and was targeted six times during the game. He should be one of the main options in the passing game and can be a low-end No. 1 fantasy tight end.

From TheHuddle

Nov 30 10:20am ET

Washington Football Team tight end Logan Thomas caught three passes for 31 yards in his return to action after a lengthy stint on the injured reserve list. Thomas was on a snap count but was still able to get six targets and a couple of looks close to the end zone in Monday's win. He had a touchdown called back, but his usage in scoring position is very encouraging for fantasy managers. Moving forward, he can be valued as a mid-range TE1 option and could be a great trade target for any Darren Waller fantasy managers looking for a replacement for the next couple of weeks.

From RotoBaller

Nov 30 1:03am ET

Washington Football Team TE Logan Thomas had three receptions for 31 yards on six targets in Week 12 against the Seattle Seahawks, and he nearly had a touchdown in the fourth quarter but it was wiped out by instant replay.

Fantasy Spin: Thomas was playing for the first time in two months, and he looked like his pre-injury self. He has at least three grabs in each of the four games he has played this season. He is worth a look as a TE2 in fantasy leagues of 12 or more teams heading into Week 13 in Las Vegas.

From TheHuddle

Nov 29 5:30pm ET

The Washington Football Team officially activated tight end Logan Thomas (hamstring) from Injured Reserve to the 53-man active roster for the Monday night game against the Seattle Seahawks. The team also elevated center Jon Toth from the practice squad and placed offensive tackle Sam Cosmi on IR. Fantasy managers in need of tight end help could do worse than picking up Thomas, but Washington will have him on a snap count to close out Week 12 since he hasn't played in a game since Week 4. With Ricky Seals-Jones (hip) likely to miss a second straight game, rookie John Bates could play the most snaps at the position on Monday. But when fully healthy, Thomas will be the team's top pass-catching tight end and will have low-end TE1 streaming value.

From RotoBaller

Player Transactions
  • 08-Dec-2021: WAS Logan Thomas - On IR - knee
  • 06-Oct-2021: WAS Logan Thomas - On IR - hamstring
  • 27-Jul-2021: WAS Logan Thomas - Re-signed - Three-year extension (through 2024)
  • 09-Aug-2020: WAS - Reinstated
  • 29-Jul-2020: WAS - Reserve, Did Not Report - COVID-19
  • 19-Mar-2020: WAS - Signed, Unrestricted FA - Two-year contract (through 2021)
  • 19-Mar-2020: WAS - Signed, Unrestricted FA
  • 18-Mar-2020: DET - Declared Free Agent
  • 02-Sep-2019: DET - Signed
  • 01-Sep-2019: DET - Cut
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