Deep balls to WR Marquise Goodwin have been a regular occurrence early in 49ers training camp, according to insider Cam Inman. QB Brian Hoyer and Goodwin connected for a 60-yarder on Monday. Goodwin has world-class speed (he clocked a 4.27-second 40 time at the Combine) but never emerged as more than a situational deep threat in Buffalo. It sounds like he's the leader in the clubhouse for the #2 WR job in San Francisco, though. More volume would certainly help. Still, it's tough to imagine him emerging as more than a late-round target in best-ball leagues, where his weekly volatility won't hurt.
Bears WR Marquise Goodwin injured his foot in the 1st half of Thursday's game vs. the Lions and is officially questionable to return. Goodwin had been operating as Chicago's #2 WR with Allen Robinson out. We'll pass along an update when we get one.
According to Kevin Fishbain of The Athletic, "It seems like Marquise Goodwin and Damiere Byrd are set as the third and fourth receivers for the offense." Goodwin has generated some camp highlights with his downfield speed, and the (inevitable?) switch to Justin Fields at QB could unlock that area of strength for both players. Neither WR is likely to make a big fantasy impact this season, but they're names worth keeping in mind as end-of-draft best-ball options.
Adam Jahns of The Athletic calls Marquise Goodwin the Bears' #3 WR based on OTAs and minicamps. Goodwin didn't play a single snap last season, but Jahns points out the WR's speed as the deciding factor. Damiere Byrd sits 4th in the projection, with Dazz Newsome and Anthony Miller slotting 5th and 6th, respectively. At bottom, we don’t see a Chicago WR beyond Allen Robinson and Darnell Mooney emerging for fantasy.
Eagles WR Marquise Goodwin has opted out of the 2020 season. Philly acquired him from San Francisco for a swap of 6th-round picks back in April -- but Goodwin was unlikely to play more than a situational deep-threat role. There's little fantasy impact here.
The 49ers have traded WR Marquise Goodwin to the Eagles. Goodwin has had trouble staying on the field throughout his NFL career and played in just 20 games over the past 2 seasons. He's a big-play threat when healthy, averaging 16.6 yards per catch for his career. Goodwin figures to be a rotational player at best in Philadelphia, which would leave him short of fantasy value. But he could be a slight boost for QB Carson Wentz.
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