30-Year-Old Wide Receiver – Tennessee Titans
2015 Fantasy Football Outlook
Following a six-year stint to begin his career in Atlanta, Douglas signed with the Titans this offseason, presumably with an eye on a larger role on offense. While Douglas was a serviceable No. 3 wide...
Harry Douglas Contract Information:
Signed a three-year deal with the Titans in March of 2015.
Douglas caught all three of his targets for 46 yards while working with the first-team offense in Friday's preseason opener against the Falcons.
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Harry Douglas: Past News Updates ( ▲ View most recent update )
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Released by the Falcons in late February to free up cap space, Douglas did not take long to find a new home. He'll join an underwhelming-but-deep wideout corps that was led by Kendall Wright, Nate Washington and Justin Hunter in 2014. Douglas is somewhat similar to Washington, who now seems unlikely to re-sign with Tennessee. Hunter and Douglas may end up competing for snaps and targets, with Wright seemingly entrenched as a key part of the offense. Douglas is a proven commodity with middling size and speed, while Hunter has the physical tools of a true No. 1 receiver. Of course, Hunter has yet to make good on his promise through two seasons, showing only occasional glimpses of the talent that got him selected 34th overall in the 2013 draft. Zach Mettenberger is the early favorite to start at quarterback for the Titans in Week 1.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)A solid No. 3 receiver for most of his six seasons in Atlanta, Douglas exploded for a 85-1,067-2 receiving line in 2013, when Roddy White and Julio Jones were severely limited by injuries. Douglas doesn't stick out in any one regard, as he's 5-11 with average athletic ability for his position. Still, while there's not a whole lot to get excited about, he's a solid enough player that there will likely be teams with interest in bringing him in as a No. 2 wide receiver. Expectations should remain modest, but a move away from Atlanta could very well boost Douglas's fantasy outlook for 2015.
Exclusive Fantasy Analysis (FREE PREVIEW)Douglas' weekly output is contingent upon Julio Jones' (hip/oblique) availability, but even with Jones active last Sunday, Douglas managed four catches (on seven targets) for 47 yards. While Jones failed to practice to kick off the week, the absence was likely precautionary, meaning a smaller role may again be in Douglas' future Sunday against the Panthers.
RotoWire's Preseason Outlooks
A season-ending injury to Julio Jones, paired with a litany of bumps and bruises that hobbled Roddy White, pushed Douglas to the top of the Falcons' depth chart and a surprising career year. There may be a few extra targets available for him due to Tony Gonzalez's departure, but the health of Jones and White will be the biggest drivers of Douglas' 2014 numbers. If they're back in top form Douglas will once again be an afterthought in the offense, albeit one who's now proven he can be relied upon if needed.
Douglas has scored exactly one touchdown in each season he's been in the league, save for 2009, when he missed the whole season with a torn ACL. Atlanta simply has too many mouths to feed for Douglas to be a consistent fantasy option.
Douglas will work out of the slot again in 2012, and with opposing teams paying close attention to Roddy White and Julio Jones on the outside, the 27-year-old might see an increase in the 64 targets he got last year. Douglas finished 2011 with career highs in receptions (39) and yards (498), but scored just one touchdown. He's got the speed to make some big plays this season, especially if White and Jones are commanding a lot of attention.
After sitting out the 2009 season with a torn ACL, Douglas rebounded in 2010, grabbing 22 receptions for 294 yards and one touchdown. Douglas still showed flashes of speed last season, but he didn't get many opportunities behind the likes of Roddy White, Michael Jenkins and Tony Gonzalez in the Falcons potent offense. The addition of rookie Julio Jones doesn't do anything to help Douglas' stock either. He'll see some action in the slot this season, but the Falcons have many other options they'll be looking to first. Douglas really only has value in deep leagues or if a receiver ahead of him gets hit by the injury bug.
Douglas was a popular sleeper pick before missing the entire 2009 season with a knee injury. If he can stay healthy, he could be a dangerous slot receiver and might even push Michael Jenkins for the starting receiver position.
The sky's the limit for the speedster Douglas, though with Tony Gonzalez expected to hog the short-to-medium range passes, Douglas may have to fight for more chances this season.
Douglas joins the Falcons with an opportunity to take the slot receiver role right out of training camp. He's more of a run-after-the-catch guy than a real deep threat, but he's got just enough size to be effective in red-zone situations will the ability to be a go-to guy on third downs