6'4'' / 221 lbs
Hollins (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game against the Saints, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
The wideout will miss a second straight game despite having a Week 11 bye in between. Van Jefferson and KhaDarel Hodge are the strongest candidates to play a lot of snaps across from WR Drake London this Sunday, with Scotty Miller also likely to have some kind of role. None figures to see a lot of targets, as the Falcons have two tight ends (Kyle Pitts, Jonnu Smith) and a running back (Bijan Robinson) that consistently get more looks than the Nos. 2 and 3 wide receivers. Hollins' next chance to play is Week 13 at the Jets.
Fantasy Points by Week 2022
Weekly Stats 2022
|Fantasy Points||Betting||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
|1 @LAC||Outdoor 85°||2.6||101st||2.60||3.5||52.5||1||1||16||0||16.0||15||1||0%||1||0||0||3%||6%||0%||94%|
|2 ARZ||Dome 90°||11.6||40th||2.32||-5.5||51.5||8||5||66||0||13.2||10||4||0%||2||2||0||21%||17%||0%||83%|
|3 @TEN||Outdoor 78°||30.0||2nd||3.75||-2.5||45.5||11||8||158||1||19.8||14||6||0%||3||3||1||27%||15%||0%||85%|
|4 DEN||Dome 91°||6.3||57th||2.10||-3.0||45.5||5||3||33||0||11.0||8||3||0%||1||0||0||17%||14%||0%||83%|
|5 @KC||Outdoor 77°||0.0||136th||0.00||7.0||51.5||4||0||0||0||0.0||0||0||100%||0||0||0||15%||17%||0%||83%|
|7 HOU||Dome 65°||12.4||28th||6.20||-7.0||45.5||3||2||44||1||22.0||17||5||0%||2||1||0||12%||9%||2%||86%|
|8 @NO||Dome 67°||13.4||27th||1.91||-1.5||47.5||8||7||64||0||9.1||7||2||0%||3||0||0||21%||17%||0%||81%|
|9 @JAC||Outdoor 81°||3.7||53rd||1.85||-2.5||47.5||4||2||17||0||8.5||9||0||0%||1||0||0||11%||6%||2%||92%|
|10 IND||Dome 56°||3.8||75th||1.27||-4.0||41.5||6||2||18||0||9.0||5||4||33%||1||0||0||16%||21%||0%||79%|
|11 @DEN||Outdoor 49°||11.2||34th||1.87||3.0||41.5||9||6||52||0||8.7||6||2||0%||1||0||0||24%||20%||0%||80%|
|12 @SEA||Outdoor 44°||16.3||21st||4.08||4.0||47.5||5||4||63||1||15.8||8||8||0%||2||2||0||14%||15%||4%||81%|
|13 LAC||Dome 73°||8.5||52nd||1.70||-3.0||49.5||9||5||35||0||7.0||5||2||0%||1||0||0||33%||20%||2%||78%|
|14 @LA||Outdoor 58°||8.2||52nd||1.64||-6.0||44.5||4||2||22||0||11.0||10||2||33%||1||0||0||21%||14%||2%||83%|
|15 NE||Dome 53°||14.0||26th||3.50||-2.5||44.5||8||4||40||1||10.0||9||2||33%||3||0||0||25%||12%||0%||88%|
|16 @PIT||Outdoor 9°||1.7||93rd||1.70||2.5||39.5||2||1||7||0||7.0||5||2||0%||0||0||0||7%||18%||0%||82%|
|17 SF||Dome 59°||7.0||42nd||2.33||10.0||43.5||4||3||40||0||13.3||9||4||0%||2||1||0||13%||8%||2%||88%|
|18 KC||Dome 55°||3.5||83rd||1.75||8.0||51.5||3||2||15||0||7.5||3||5||0%||1||0||0||9%||8%||0%||92%|
Performance Splits: 2020 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Averages|
Career Stats by Season: 2017 to 2022
|Fantasy Points||Receiving Stats||Routes Run|
Hollins (ankle) was a non-participant at Thursday's practice, Scott Bair of the Falcons' official site reports.
Hollins operated with a cap on his reps Wednesday, so his downgrade in activity one day later is a worrisome sign for his potential to play Week 12. Friday's injury report could be telling for Hollins in that regard.
Hollins (ankle) will be limited at practice Wednesday, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Hollins didn't practice at all ahead of the Falcons' Week 10 loss to the Cardinals, but after his team's bye week, the wideout is trending in the right direction ahead of Sunday's game against the Saints. If Hollins is able to return to action this weekend, he'd only be an option in deeper fantasy formats, having logged a 17/247/0 receiving line (on 29 targets) through nine games this season.
Hollins (ankle) didn't participate in practice during the portion of Monday's session that was open to the media, Terrin Waack of the Falcons' official site reports.
Atlanta won't release its next injury report until Wednesday, but due to a Week 11 bye, the Falcons got a head start on their Week 12 prep by getting back on the field Monday for an unofficial practice session. Before the bye week, Hollins hadn't practiced in any fashion ahead of Atlanta's Week 10 loss to Arizona, so it's not the most encouraging sign for his status heading into Sunday's game against the Saints that he's not yet back on the field. If Hollins ends up missing a second straight game this weekend, Van Jefferson, KhaDarel Hodge and Scott Miller could all be in store for expanded roles behind No. 1 wideout Drake London.
Hollins (ankle) has been ruled out for Sunday's game at Arizona.
Hollins lost playing time to Van Jefferson and KhaDarel Hodge the past couple weeks and now will miss his first game of the season. It shouldn't have much impact on Atlanta's gameplan, especially with Drake London cleared to return after missing Week 9 with a groin injury.
Hollins (ankle) wasn't on the field for Thursday's practice, Terrin Waack of the Falcons' official site reports.
Hollins is missing his second practice in a row to begin Week 10 prep after he was sidelined for the entire second half of last Sunday's loss to the Vikings due to the ankle injury. He'll have one more opportunity Friday to fit in some on-field work before the Falcons potentially give him a designation for this weekend's game in Arizona. If Hollins can't play Sunday, the Falcons would turn to the likes of Van Jefferson, KhaDarel Hodge and Scotty Miller to round out their receiver ranks behind No. 1 wideout Drake London (groin).
Hollins (ankle) didn't practice Wednesday, Terrin Waack of the Falcons' official site reports.
It's no surprise given that coach Arthur Smith said Monday that Hollins' ankle injury was the most worrisome of the new injuries acquired during a loss to the Vikings on Sunday. In any case, Hollins had been minimized in the offense in recent weeks, only reappearing as a significant contributor this past Sunday because Drake London (groin) was inactive. London returned to practice Wednesday, and the Falcons also seems to view KhaDarel Hodge and Van Jefferson as either ahead of Hollins or on similar footing.
Head coach Arthur Smith said Monday that Hollins' ankle issue is the injury he's most concerned about heading into the team's Week 10 game against the Cardinals, D. Orlando Ledbetter of The Atlanta Journal-Constitution reports.
Hollins didn't see any snaps in the second half of this past Sunday's 31-28 loss to the Vikings after recorded three catches for 36 yards between the first two quarters before departing with the ankle injury. While Smith didn't go into specifics regarding the severity of Hollins' injury, the 30-year-old wideout's status for Week 10 looks to be up in the air, at the very least. Fortunately for Atlanta, Smith said that top wideout Drake London (groin) is looking likely to return to action against Arizona after sitting out Week 9.
Hollins is questionable to return to Sunday's game against the Vikings after suffering an ankle injury in the first half, Michael Rothstein of ESPN.com reports.
Though the receivers typically aren't frequently involved in Atlanta's run-centric offense, the position group would be significantly compromised nonetheless if Hollins isn't able to check back into the game, as No. 1 wideout Drake London (groin) is inactive this week. Hollins recorded three receptions for 36 yards on three targets before leaving the contest to get his ankle checked out.