Randle caught eight touchdowns for the Giants in 2015 but was up and down during his time in New York, and did not generate a ton of demand in free agency. He ended up signing a one-year deal worth just over $1 million to join the Eagles in the hopes of proving that concerns about his approach to the game were based largely on misunderstandings.
We had the Givens news a bit ago, but that piece thought Randle may be safe - wasn't the case. Randel didn't show a lot of enthusiasm during preseason games and those who follow the team said he never really stood out at practice. Paul Turner was having a real nice camp and stood out in preseason games and likely played a big part in the Eagles decisions. Dorial Green-Beckham caught a red zone TD on Saturday and it looks like he's going to have a role quicker than most thought. Josh Huff also displayed some playmaking skills Saturday and should make the team.
BAL WR Chris Givens - Week 14, 2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
Week 14 vs. Seattle
Chris Givens had eight targets last week, but he caught only three of them. He wound up with 68 yards in the loss to the Dolphins, and he does appear to be the Ravens primary deep threat right now.
This week, Givens faces a tough Seattle defense that has given up the fourth least passing yards to opposing offenses this year. While Givens always has the potential to catch a bomb for a touchdown, it’s not likely enough to bank on, and fantasy owners should probably avoid him this week.