Greg Little
Greg Little
30-Year-Old Wide ReceiverWR
 Free Agent  
Free Agent
2019 Fantasy Outlook
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$Released by the Cardinals in September of 2018.
Quiet in start
WRArizona Cardinals
August 18, 2018
Little got the start in Friday's preseason game against the Saints, bringing in his only target for a six-yard gain.
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Little may have gotten the start across from Larry Fitzgerald, but recent draft picks Chad Williams and Christian Kirk did the damage with the first-team offense. Though he seems to have made a nice impression in training camp, the 29-year-old Little is still on the roster bubble, hoping to eventually play in a regular-season game for the first time since 2014.
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Height
6' 2"
 
Weight
220 lbs
 
40-Yard Dash
4.60 sec
 
Shuttle Time
4.21 sec
 
Cone Drill
6.80 sec
 
Vertical Jump
40.5 in
 
Broad Jump
129 in
 
Bench Press
27 reps
 
Hand Length
9.13 in
 
Arm Length
33.25 in
 
Recent RotoWire Articles Featuring Greg Little
Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles
August 16, 2016
Andrew Fiorentino surveys the league for the fallout from the first week of preseason games, including a look at the backfield in Oakland where Latavius Murray might feeling heat.
Depth Chart Watch: Training Camp Job Battles
August 8, 2016
Andrew Fiorentino checks out the latest job battles with preseason games about to start this weekend, including the competition in Miami for the running back job.
Weekly Rankings: Week 11 Value Meter
November 11, 2014
Jimmy Graham and Rob Gronkowski both are finally back at full capacity and are top-10 players in this week's Value Meter.
Weekly Rankings: Week 10 Value Meter
November 4, 2014
The tight end position is particularly tough this week with Rob Gronkowski, Dwayne Allen and a few other good options on bye this week.
Weekly Rankings: Week 9 Value Meter
October 28, 2014
Dez Bryant tops Vlad Sedler's wide receiver ranks this week. Will he 'Wally Pipp' Jeff Erickson with his ranks this week?
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Little is now in his fifth season in the league after spending his last four with Cleveland and then Cincinnati. The 6-2 receiver is only 27, but it seems like it’s been a long time since he has done much of anything in the league. Little was inactive for the entire 2015 season, and his 2014 season only saw him receiver 12 targets in six games, resulting in six catches for 69 yards. However, Little has been turning heads in the Bills’ training camp, and with the third-through-fifth wide receiver spots in Buffalo almost completely up for grabs, Little may have a legitimate shot at gaining a role in offensive coordinator Greg Roman’s offense.
Josh Gordon's emergence rendered Little an afterthought in 2013, and the Browns waived him this offseason. The Raiders picked him up for depth, but he failed to make their final 53-man roster.
The ironically named Little is 6-2, 220, but he's not particularly fast, and he's no longer the No. 1 wideout in the Cleveland offense – a role that now belongs to the more explosive Josh Gordon. That said, Little did increase his YPT to a passable 7.0 (for a possession receiver), and that was despite playing with a rookie quarterback getting on-the-job training. The problem for Little was the meager eight red-zone targets to go along with the lack of big plays. With Rob Chudzinski taking over as head coach (and Norv Turner offensive coodinator), there's a chance Little could see more opportunities from in close, but Turner's offenses usually feature a heavy dose of running near the goal line, and Little is unlikely to turn into Antonio Gates. That said, Gordon is suspended for the seasons' first two games, so Little should pick up a few extra targets early on.
At 6-2, 220, the inaptly named Little is a big, physical target that saw a featured role in the Browns offense – 121 looks – but struggled a good deal as a rookie. For starters, he dropped 12 passes (tied for 2nd, despite having at least 20 fewer targets than the other drop leaders), and his 5.9 YPT ranked him dead last among all 100-target receivers. Of course, some of that had to do with poor quarterback play, and to remedy that the Browns drafted Brandon Weeden to compete with Colt McCoy – though it’s hard to see either being even an average signal caller in 2012. Little has just average speed and doesn’t project as much of a downfield threat, but his size and athletic ability should make him an appealing target in the red zone, should the Browns ever find themselves in that area of the field. Just keep in mind that blue-chip prospect running back Trent Richardson will likely be the focal point of the offense and the first option near the goal line.
Little is a big, physical receiver who will get every opportunity to make an impression in Cleveland. He hasn't played a down since 2009 after being suspended for the 2010 season at North Carolina, but he has a ton of upside and could work his way into the fold with young quarterback Colt McCoy. Probably not draft worthy, but certainly has the size and skill set to make an early impact. The biggest thing standing in his way is the lack of consistent quarterback play in Cleveland.
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Signs with Cardinals
WRArizona Cardinals
June 14, 2018
The Cardinals signed Little to a contract Thursday, Ian Rapoport of NFL Network reports.
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Released on Tuesday
WRFree Agent
August 30, 2016
Little was released by the Bills on Tuesday.
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Productive game Saturday
WRBuffalo Bills
August 22, 2016
Little caught three passes for 35 yards and a touchdown in Saturday's preseason win over the Giants. He also had another touchdown taken away on a close ruling.
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Getting his chances
WRBuffalo Bills
August 7, 2016
With Sammy Watkins still unable to practice, Little has seen significant time with the first team offense, BuffaloBills.com reports. Said quarterback Tyrod Taylor, "He’s competing each and every day. He’s gone out there and tried to make plays on the ball and has made a couple of acrobatic catches. He’s in the right place as far as the routes go. He’s definitely dialed in."
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WRBuffalo Bills
January 12, 2016
Little was signed as a free agent by the Bills on Tuesday, BuffaloBills.com reports.
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