Dontrelle Inman

Dontrelle Inman

32-Year-Old Wide ReceiverWR
 Free Agent  
Free Agent
2021 Fantasy Outlook
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$Released by Washington in December of 2020.
Back to practice squad
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January 11, 2021
Inman reverted to Washington's practice squad on Monday.
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Through 10 games in Washington during the 2020 campaign, Inman caught 18 of his 28 targets for 163 yards and scored two touchdowns. However, the veteran logged just a combined 24 snaps from scrimmage after returning from a hamstring injury Week 12, as he was surpassed on the depth chart by the likes of Cam Sims, Steven Sims and Isaiah Wright.
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Inman made a splash with the Chargers back in 2016, catching 58 passes for 810 yards and four touchdowns after a Week 1 injury to Keenan Allen opened up a key role in the offense. His contributions have been less consistent since that mini breakout, with 2019 seeing Inman catch only 12 passes in seven games with the Chargers and Colts. The 31-year-old does have a decent opportunity ahead in Washington, where there's open competition for receiver jobs after No. 1 target Terry McLaurin. It looks like Inman has a real shot at a starting job, competing against Steven Sims, Antonio Gandy-Golden and a slew of undrafted youngsters.
Inman, who hauled in 28 catches for 304 yards and three TDs in nine games for the Colts last season, was let go by the Patriots in August. He quickly signed a new contract with the Chargers, the team he first made his name with. Inman now figures to battle for the fourth or fifth wideout spot in Los Angeles.
Inman began the 2017 season with the Chargers but ended it with the Bears after being traded midseason. The change of scenery led to increased production for the receiver, as Inman went from not having a clear role in Los Angeles to averaging a career-high 14.5 yards per catch with Chicago. This didn't come out of nowhere, however, as Inman was similarly efficient in 2016 with the Chargers when he caught 56 passes for 810 yards (14.0 YPC) and four scores. With known visits to both Dallas and Indianapolis this offseason, it's somewhat surprising the 29-year-old remains a free agent at press time, though there remains plenty of time for him to land another contract in advance of Week 1.
Inman has had an increased role on offense each of his first three seasons with the Chargers, with the biggest leap coming last season, as he recorded a career-high 58 receptions for 810 yards and four touchdowns. However, 2017 will be Inman's biggest challenge yet, as the 28-year-old underwent core muscle surgery in the offseason. He'll face competition from rookie Mike Williams, who is expected to leapfrog Inman on the depth chart, thus leaving the veteran in the No. 5 spot. Williams is tending to a back injury, though, which could delay Inman's likely fall down the depth chart.
Pressed into action after injuries plagued the Chargers' wide receiving corps, Inman responded well, tallying 35 catches for 486 yards and three touchdowns. However, with starting wideouts Keenan Allen (spleen) and Stevie Johnson (groin) healthy and free-agent addition Travis Benjamin likely manning the slot, Inman's path to the field seems clogged. Much like his previous two seasons, Inman's playing time this season will likely depend on the health of the people above him on the depth chart.
Inman was pressed into service for the final two games of the 2014 season when Keenan Allen went down with a broken collarbone, and he responded with 12 receptions and 158 yards in those two games. With a crowded group of receivers ahead of him on the depth chart, it will be tough for him to get many looks this season unless a few guys get injured, but he proved that he can be productive when needed and actually showed tremendous hands and athleticism during his limited window of opportunity.
Inman will have a hard time making the final roster in San Diego.
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Buried on bench
WRWashington Football Team
January 11, 2021
Inman caught 18 of 28 targets for 163 yards and two touchdowns in 10 games for Washington during the 2020 regular season.
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Elevated from practice squad
WRWashington Football Team
January 8, 2021
Inman was elevated from Washington's practice squad Friday, John Keim of ESPN.com reports.
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Lands on practice squad
WRFree Agent
January 5, 2021
Inman reverted to Washington's practice squad Monday, per the NFL's official transaction log.
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Promoted to active roster
WRWashington Football Team
January 2, 2021
Inman was promoted from Washington's practice squad to the active roster Saturday.
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Joins practice squad
WRFree Agent
December 30, 2020
Washington signed Inman to the practice squad Wednesday, Sam Fortier of The Washington Post reports.
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