Greg Dortch

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5' 7"
173 lbs
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Wake Forest
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Trent Taylor
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Greg Dortch Set for Expanded Role
3 weeks ago

The Cardinals have plans to deploy Greg Dortch as their primary slot receiver, while also lining him up outside to change up looks for opposing defenses.

Dortch has had to scrap and claw his entire NFL career to see the field, standing at only 5’7″. While he only had 24 receptions last year and didn’t play much in the first half of the season, he looked good when given an expanded opportunity, scoring 10+ fantasy points in PPR leagues in four out of seven games to end the season.


Fantasy managers should be deciphering the offseason coach speak from the Cardinals to identify that Marvin Harrison Jr. will be their #1 receiver, Michael Wilson at #2 on the outside, and Dortch as their #3 in the slot. This leaves Zay Jones and the other Cardinals receivers on the outside looking in, and not fantasy targets in most formats. In Leagues where kick returns score points (SFB14), Dortch gets an additional bump in value, as he had 46 returns for the Cardinals last year and projects to be a return specialist for them again this year.

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Kyler Murray Heaps Praise on WR Greg Dortch
1 month ago

Wide Reciever Greg Dortch is forming a connection with quarterback Kyler Murray in OTAs.

Undrafted out of Wakeforest Greg Dortch bounced from the Jets, Panthers and the Falcons before catching on with Cardinals. In his first full season with the Cardinals he recorded career highs with 52 catches 467 receiving yards and 2 touchdowns. Kyler is quoted saying “If he’s 6’3″, he’s a top 5 receiver.” That’s some high praise from a quarterback that has played with Ceedee Lamb.



Look for Dortch to carve out a decent deep threat role in this offense. Kyler Murray will be another year removed from his ACL injury. With the offense lacking in wide receiver experience, Dortch and Murray can point at each other a-la spiderman pointing meme and connect down field. Dortch’s small size keeps him being a true sleeper candidate. Dortch’s best value comes as a best ball player. Dortch can boom for a 20 point game or bust for zero.