For the most part, tight ends have been relatively spared from the rash of injuries that have already impacted the running back and wide receiver positions as it relates to fantasy football rankings. Travis Kelce put a scare into his owners (and Chiefs fans) when he left practice earlier this week with an apparent leg injury. Fortunately, it was later classified as a sprained ankle and head coach Andy Reid went so far as to say if this was the regular season, he probably would have been able to play. But instead, Kansas City will wisely hold Kelce out of their final preseason game for precaution so you should be able to continue to draft Kelce as a top-five TE.
Fantasy Football 2015 Tight End Rankings
(Updated Sept. 3)
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