News: 2 days agoTillman played 11 snaps and wasn't targeted in Sunday's 27-3 win over the Titans in Week 3.
Spin: That made three consecutive weeks without a target for Tillman, who has averaged 10 snaps per game. He sits on the second tier of Cleveland's wideout depth chart along with David Bell (four targets, 31 snaps) and Marquise Goodwin (four targets, 30 snaps).
ESPN Fantasy Projection: Tillman was selected in the third round of April's draft. The 6-foot-3 Tennessee product is a big, tough receiver who lived on the hook route (34% of his 167 career targets) during his five seasons with the Vols. After barely seeing the field his first three seasons (21 targets), Tillman busted out with a 64-1,081-12 (24% target share) line in 2021. He appeared set for another leap last season (30% target share), but an ankle injury limited him to a 37-417-3 line in six games. He's older than most rookie receivers, but he had a solid combine (including a 4.54 40-yard dash at 213 pounds) and will immediately compete for work as a vertical/perimeter option opposite Amari Cooper. He has competition (Elijah Moore, Donovan Peoples-Jones, David Bell) for No. 2 duties, however, so Tillman's primary value is in dynasty. He doesn't need to be drafted in season-long formats.