Cole Turner

Tight End


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Cole Turner Ruled Out Sunday
Washington Commanders tight end Cole Turner (concussion) has been ruled out for the remainder of Week 7 versus the Green Bay Packers. He finishes with zero catches on two targets. Washington is now without both Turner and Logan Thomas (calf), leaving John Bates (hamstring) as the team's top option at the tight end position. [Read More]
Cole Turner Questionable Against Jags
Washington Commanders tight end Cole Turner (hamstring) is questionable for Sunday's opener against the Jaguars. The rookie has looked good this summer, so there is potential for a more prominent role throughout the season. He has practiced in a limited fashion during the week. However, with Logan Thomas (knee) uncertain for Week 1, Turner could see some looks from Carson Wentz if he can get on the field. With that said, the 22-year-old will remain a risky fantasy option, especially with John... [Read More]
Cole Turner Turning Heads At Training Camp
Washington Commanders rookie fifth-round tight end Cole Turner has been a fluid pass-catcher and a striking 6-foot-6 target during training camp this summer. He is the team's top receiving tight end until Logan Thomas (knee) returns from the Physically Unable to Perform list, and he's the TE1 overall with John Bates (calf) out of action. However, Turner suffered a hamstring injury last Friday and sat out of practice on Saturday. His blocking is a work in progress, and it remains to be seen if... [Read More]