Clay Harbor Fantasy News
Monday, September 30, 2013, 8:31am
Lewis lasted three snaps in his season debut before re-aggravating a left calf strain.
Lewis originally injured the calf during warm-ups prior to the second preseason game against the New York Jets Aug. 17. He suffered a setback during practice in the week leading up to the regular-season opener against Kansas City.
Lewis had missed three games in his entire career with the Jaguars and now will be out indefinitely.
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Monday, September 16, 2013, 9:33am
Although Blaine Gabbert’s lacerated throwing hand is expected to keep him out of the Jaguars’ game next week in Seattle, coach Gus Bradley wasn’t quite ready to name Chad Henne the starter after the 19-9 loss to Oakland on Sunday.
“We’ll see,” Bradley said. “We’ll evaluate where Blaine is after this week.”
Henne was 25 of 38 for 241 yards and one touchdown.
Gabbert missed practice last week after needing 15 stitches to close the gash he sustained against Kansas City. Henne avoided any turnovers and posted the Jaguars’ first touchdown of the season — a 13-yard throw to tight end Clay Harbor with 2:53 remaining. Henne was sacked five times. This week's matchup is a brutal one against Seattle, however.
Sunday, September 1, 2013, 1:32pm
Harbor was a 4th TE on the Eagles this summer and even got looks at WR. He could be a name to watch on the offensively-starved Jags...
Tuesday, August 13, 2013, 9:34am
Celek was all over the place and from four of five formations either blocked or ran pass routes. He started eight plays lined up as a halfback - at one end of the offensive line or another, a step back. Four times he started from the traditional tight end spot to the left or right of the tackle. He also lined up four times in the slot, three times split wide, and twice he started in the backfield to the left of the quarterback in the shotgun.
"In this offense, you've got to know every position, and they can just interchange you anywhere," Celek said Monday. "And it's fun. It's a new experience. You get to do different things. Guys like it."
Celek stayed in to block on 11 plays. Last season, Celek blocked around the same percentage of plays (470 of 888 snaps). As much as rookie Zach Ertz will be a part of the offense, his development as a blocker will probably keep Celek as the No. 1 tight end.
There had been some talk in Philly that Celek may actually be the odd man out with Zach Ertz, James Casey and Clay Harbor, who has been getting work with the WRs. But Ertz has struggled from the blocking aspect, something that Celek is pretty good at, and Casey didn't get any work with the first team against the Pats, so that seems unlikely right now. When healthy, the Eagles will have a capable offensive line that should limit Celek having to pass block, something he's been called on to do a lot over the last several years. Until we see more, no Eagle TE is more than a low-end TE2 option to draft right now and probably won't even get drafted in typical leagues. But Celek and Ertz certainly have some potential in this offense.
Sunday, August 11, 2013, 6:10pm
HC Chip Kelly said this isn’t necessarily a permanent position change or a sign that Harbor isn’t performing well at tight end.
It’s just a move to balance out the practice reps until first cuts later this month.
Probably not a lot to read into. Harbor was also used as a linebacker at times in OTAs. The team doesn't look to be going outside the organization until maybe cuts are made around the league, so until then it looks like he will get reps where he's needed.
Monday, July 8, 2013, 2:15pm
CNS Philly reporter Geoff Mosher said for the Eagles at tight end, it looks like a stretch for Clay Harbor to come back for year four. With Brent Celek, James Casey and Zach Ertz on the roster, it’s hard to imagine the Eagles paying Harbor’s $630,000 base salary if there’s no guarantee that he’ll be active on game day.
Tuesday, December 18, 2012, 5:48pm
Eagles tight end Clay Harbor was placed on injured reserve, ending the season of the No. 2 tight end who was supposed to play a bigger role in the Eagles' offense this season. Harbor suffered a back injury in last week's loss to the Cincinnati Bengals. The Eagles have not yet made a corresponding move.
Brent Celek is expected back this week and will get the start.
Injury report for TNF - Bengals @ Eagles
Wednesday, December 12, 2012, 6:17pm
G Clint Boling (illness), LB Vontaze Burfict (shoulder), DE Carlos Dunlap (calf), LB Rey Maualuga (shoulder, knee), LB Dan Skuta (back)
RB Chris Polk (toe)
S Nate Allen (shoulder), CB Nnamdi Asomugha (neck, quadricep), RB Stanley Havili (ankle), LB Mychal Kendricks (shoulder), WR Jeremy Maclin (groin), G Evan Mathis (ankle), C Dallas Reynolds (ankle)
Tuesday, December 11, 2012, 12:41pm
Celek still won't play this Thursday night, so Clay Harbor will get the start.
Monday, December 10, 2012, 1:30pm
Brent Celek sustained a concussion on the first play from scrimmage in Sunday's 23-21 win over the Tampa Bay Buccaneers. Celek was helped off the field after a one-yard catch and returned to the locker room for examination.
"For him to go out, I'll tell you it was a pretty good [hit]," coach Andy Reid said. "He's a tough kid."
DeSean Jackson & Jerome Harrison active for Eagles
Sunday, November 7, 2010, 3:09pm
LeSean McCoy active for Eagles
Sunday, October 10, 2010, 7:16pm