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News: 20 hours agoGoedert (forearm) practiced fully Thursday.
Spin: The Eagles held a walkthrough Wednesday, when Goedert was listed as full, so his ability to handle an entire practice one day later puts him one step closer to making his first appearance since Week 9. Aside from getting blanked on one target in the season opener, he made multiple catches from Weeks 2 through his last appearance, compiling a 38-410-2 line on 51 targets in eight games. Goedert will slot back in as Philadelphia's No. 1 tight end Sunday night in Dallas alongside the team's top two wide receivers A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith.
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Goedert finished a career-best fifth in fantasy PPG last season and the veteran tight end has been 11th or better in the category in four consecutive campaigns. The 2018 second-round pick has been super-efficient, pacing the position in yards per target each of the past two seasons and ranking top five in RAC both years. On the other hand, Goedert has been limited by a lack of goal line work (he's never cleared five TDs in a season and has exactly two end zone targets each of the past two seasons) and shaky durability (his last full season was 2018 and he's missed 13 games over the past four seasons). The 28-year-old will maintain a substantial role in the high-scoring Eagles offense (only A.J. Brown and DeVonta Smith are ahead of him for targets) and he is a solid TE1 target.