6'3'' / 215 lbs
Tillman caught two of six targets for 20 yards in Sunday's 36-19 loss to the Rams in Week 13.
Tillman led the team's wideouts with 66 snaps and had a season high in targets. The rookie has been a regular presence on the field the last five weeks but it's only been recently that the usage translated into targets; Tillman's seen 11 passes thrown his way the last two weeks. Top wide receiver Amari Cooper sustained a concussion Sunday, leaving Tillman, Elijah Moore and David Bell as the top three healthy wideouts.
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Tillman caught four of five targets for 55 yards in Sunday's 29-12 loss to the Broncos.
The 2023 third-round pick hauled in more catches for more yardage than he had in his first seven NFL games combined, but all of his production came in the first half with fellow rookie Dorian Thompson-Robinson under center. Thompson-Robinson left the game in the third quarter with a concussion, and the lone pass Tillman saw from PJ Walker afterward fell incomplete. Even if Thompson-Robinson is able to clear the league's protocol and suit up in Week 13 against the Rams, Tillman has yet to show enough consistency to be anything more than a deep-league dart throw for fantasy purposes. The chemistry the duo showed in the first half Sunday was encouraging, however.
Tillman caught one of two targets for two yards and had one carry for eight yards in Sunday's 13-10 win over Pittsburgh in Week 11.
Tillman continued to see ample time on the field -- his second consecutive week with 66 snaps -- but his impact is limited. Sunday's two touches and 10 combined yards were seasons highs for the rookie, but he's not a primary read for Cleveland quarterbacks.
Tillman did not catch any of his three targets in Sunday's 33-31 win over the Ravens in Week 10.
For a second consecutive week, Tillman was a top-three wideout in terms of snaps (66, 85 percent), as Marquise Goodwin (concussion) and David Bell (knee) were unavailable. Tillman's played a combined 120 snaps the last two games but has just four targets and one catch.
Tillman caught his lone target for three yards in Sunday's 27-0 win over Arizona in Week 9.
Tillman was the main beneficiary of the Donovan Peoples-Jones trade and the David Bell (knee) injury. The rookie third-round pick shattered his previous high snap count, but much like Peoples-Jones, the usage didn't translate into many targets. Marquise Goodwin, also in the mix for more run with Peoples-Jones gone and Bell inactive, left the game in the third quarter with a concussion after eight snaps.
Tillman will be among the top four wideouts with David Bell (knee) ruled out for Sunday's game against the Cardinals.
Tillman, who has not been active the last three games, moved up the ladder twice this week. First, it was Donovan Peoples-Jones being traded to the Lions, then it was Bell's status for Week 9. It's an ideal week for Tillman, as the return of quarterback Deshaun Watson signals a more productive passing game. Marquise Goodwin is also expected to play a greater role and likely to get most of the snaps that had gone to Peoples-Jones in previous games.
Tillman moved up the depth chart after Cleveland traded Donovan Peoples-Jones to the Lions on Tuesday.
Tillman, the rookie third-round pick out of Tennessee, has been inactive the last three games (healthy for two of those three weeks). When he was active, Tillman averaged 11 snaps per game and was targeted three times. That the Browns moved on from Peoples-Jones was logical; he was in the final year of his contract and seemingly fell out of favor as a target. The trade may not immediately mean much for Tillman as a fantasy asset, but he could be active going forward and an injury away from a more significant role.
Tillman (coach's decision) is a healthy inactive for Sunday's matchup with the Colts.
Tilman missed last week's game due to a hip injury. While he was again listed as questionable due to the issue, it looks like his health is back up to par, but the pass catcher will simply be held out due as a coach's decision.
Tillman (hip) was a full participant in practice Wednesday, Scott Petrak of The Chronicle-Telegram reports.
Tillman sat out this past Sunday's upset win over San Francisco after being a late addition to the injury report, but the 2023 third-round draft pick has put that injury behind him. Barring a setback, Tillman should suit up Sunday against the Colts.