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Charles Rogers

33-Year-Old Wide Receiver – Free Agent

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There was no outlook written for Charles Rogers in 2014. Check out the latest news below for more on his current fantasy value.

HT: 6'02    WT: 202   DOB: 5/23/1981  College: Michigan State University  Show ContractHide Contract

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Charles Rogers Contract Information:

Signed a six-year contract in July 2003. The deal includes a $14.4 million signing bonus, and could be worth up to $54.6 million if he hits certain incentives.

June 16, 2008  –  Charles Rogers News

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Rogers hopes to catch on with an NFL team, the Saginaw News reports.

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Charles Rogers NFL Stats
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Rogers is likely to sign with a Canadian Football League team, the Detroit News reports.

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Rogers, who worked out for the Chiefs around the Super Bowl, was reportedly timed at 4.9 seconds in the 40, the Detroit News reports. Rogers was a high school sprint champion in Michigan and was clocked at 4.28 before the draft in 2003.

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The Chiefs had Rogers in at Arrowhead Stadium recently for a workout, the Kansas City Star reports.

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The Patriots worked out Rogers at Gillette Stadium on Friday, the Boston Globe reports.

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Rogers did not look good in his workout with the Dolphins on Tuesday, the Miami Herald reports.

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The Dolphins worked out Rogers on Tuesday, the Miami Herald reports.

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The Buccaneers worked out Rogers on Wednesday, the South Florida Sun-Sentinel reports.

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Miami has shown some interest in Rogers after he was released by Detroit, the Miami Herald reports.

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RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks

2014

There was no outlook written for Charles Rogers.

2006

The 2006 season will be Rogers' last chance in Detroit. After being the second pick in the 2003 draft, Rogers has played in just 15 games because of two broken collarbones and a drus suspension, and has a paltry 36 receptions for 440 yards and four touchdowns in his career. With Mike Martz now running the Lions' offense, Rogers could turn his career around this year, and he has expressed enthusiasm about playing for Martz. He's someone you'll likely want to stay away from, however, until he shows he's got his act together.

2005

After breaking his collarbone for the second consecutive season, Rogers will have to show he can stay healthy in year three, or his career will be in serious jeopardy. To that end, Rogers bulked up this offseason, and apparently the added muscle hasnít cost him any of his considerable speed. At 6-2, 210 pounds, Rogers has good size and excellent change of direction skills, so the skyís the limit if he can stay off the injury report. It also remains to be seen how the Lions will integrate rookie first-round draft pick Mike Williams into the mix with Rogers and Roy Williams.

2004

Rogers, who missed nine games last season with a broken collarbone, caught just 42 percent of the 52 passes thrown his way, due in part to his five drops. But thatís a lot of time targeted considering his limited action (projecting to about 160 chances over a full season). Rogers is expected to be completely healthy for the start of training camp, but 2004 first-round pick Roy Williams is lining up opposite him now, so expect Rogersí opportunities to decline.

2003

It's hard to imagine a rookie receiver being more comfortable from the start. Rogers played college ball for Bobby Williams, the new receivers coach for the Lions, and Rogers is already loved by the local Detroit fans, given that he grew up in Saginaw then went to college at Michigan State. Compared to Terrell Owens (for all the right reasons), Rogers looks destined for greatness in the NFL sooner or later -- it's just a matter of how quickly the new Detroit regime can get quarterback Joey Harrington fully comfortable in the West Coast offense. Look for Rogers to be good in 2003, very good a year later, and a full-fledged star by 2005.