|Ht / Wt:||6'6" / 255 lb.|
|Born:||April 10, 1992|
|Drafted:||2014 / UDFA|
Manhertz is signing a two-year, $7.25 million contract with the Jaguars, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Analysis: The deal includes $4.25 million guaranteed, a nice sum for a blocking specialist. Manhertz has 12 receptions on 1,531 offensive snaps in 70 NFL appearances.
Manhertz finished the 2020 season with six catches on eight targets for 52 yards in 16 games played.
Analysis: Manhertz once again served a blocking role within Carolina's offense, only catching a few passes on the year. Having been with the Panthers all five years of his career, it'll be interesting to see whether the veteran returns to the team in free agency this offseason.
Manhertz caught his lone target for 11 yards in Sunday's 28-27 loss to the Vikings.
Analysis: Manhertz, whose specialty is blocking, is yet to make multiple receptions in a game this season, but his one grab Sunday at least got him on the stat sheet.
Manhertz (shoulder) is active for Sunday's game versus the Lions, Bill Voth of the Panthers' official site reports.
Analysis: Manhertz will avoid missing his first game since Week 5 of the 2019 season. The 28-year-old tight end has recorded five receptions for 41 yards through 10 games this year, as he mainly sticks to a special-teams role.
Marhertz (shoulder) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Lions.
Analysis: Manhertz hasn't yet missed a game this season, but it looks like he isn't a lock to suit up versus Detroit. The veteran tight end hasn't had more than one catch in a single contest this season, so it's safe to say that he remains off the fantasy radar.
Manhertz (shoulder) was a limited participant during Thursday's practice session, Joe Person of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The 28-year-old wideout from Canisius has been active for each of the Panthers' 10 games this season, fielding a healthy 31.4 offensive snaps per game while registering six starts. An appearance on the injury report marks Manhertz's first of the campaign. He proved to be remarkably durable coming into this season, suiting up for 47 of the Panthers' 48 games between 2017 and 2019. Thus far in 2020, he has produced five receptions for 41 yards.
Manhertz caught his lone target for 17 yards in Sunday's 31-21 win over the Cardinals.
Analysis: Manhertz started at tight end and played nearly 80 percent of Carolina's offensive snaps, topping teammate Ian Thomas' involvement. That extra time allowed Manhertz to make his longest play of the season, but otherwise the veteran stuck to blocking. In contrast, Thomas was targeted five times and scored a touchdown, but his five total receiving yards Sunday again evidenced just how limited the Panthers' tight-end production has been to date.
Manhertz caught his lone target for eight yards in Sunday's 31-17 loss to the Buccaneers.
Analysis: Manhertz has now hauled in a pass in back-to-back games, and although that light involvement has only yielded 12 yards in total, his production doesn't differ much from starting tight end Ian Thomas' two grabs for 16 yards thus far.
Manhertz caught his only target for four yards in Sunday's 34-30 loss to the Raiders.
Analysis: Manhertz filled his usual blocking role for the vast majority of Sunday's contest, but he at least made the stat sheet with a grab in the second quarter.
Manhertz finished the 2019 season with one catch for 11 yards in 15 games played.
Analysis: Manhertz has featured in all but one game for the Panthers over the past three seasons, but he's never finished with more than two receptions in a given campaign. The veteran is a blocking specialist at tight end and figures to remain such in Carolina next season.
Manhertz caught his only target for 11 yards in Sunday's 40-20 loss to the Falcons.
Analysis: Manhertz has played in all but two games this season, but needed until Week 14 to make his first reception. Considering he boasts just six grabs through four seasons, however, it's well established that Manhertz is a blocking tight end.
Manhertz (concussion) is active for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers in London.
Analysis: Manhertz was a full participant in practice all week and apparently cleared the five-step concussion protocol at some point thereafter, allowing him to suit up overseas. He'll serve as Carolina's third tight end and should see most of his usage as a blocker.
Manhertz (concussion) is officially listed as questionable for Sunday's game against the Buccaneers, Max Henson of the Panthers' official site reports.
Analysis: Manhertz is working to recover from a concussion, and he's managed to practice in full all week. If he's able to successfully clear the league's protocol for head injuries before Sunday's contest, including receiving clearance from an independent neurologist, he'll play his usual depth role on Carolina's offense.
Manhertz (concussion) was a full participant in Wednesday's practice, Steve Reed of the Associated Press reports.
Analysis: Manhertz appears on track to play in Sunday's game versus the Buccaneers, but he'll first need to be cleared by an independent neurologist. If he's unable to get the green light, Manhertz will have a bye week to recover before Week 8's game versus the 49ers.
Manhertz (concussion) is ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Jaguars, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Manhertz wasn't able to clear concussion protocol, so he'll miss his first game since entering the league in 2017. He's deployed mainly in a blocking role, so his absence will affect the Panthers' run game more than their pass game. Manhertz will look to shake this injury ahead of Week 6's game versus the Buccaneers.
Manhertz (concussion) is not practicing Thursday, Jourdan Rodrigue of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Manhertz remains in the concussion protocol. The 26-year-old's chances of suiting up Sunday against the Jaguars appear to be in legitimate jeopardy. If Manhertz is unable to go, the Panthers will roll with just two available tight ends in Greg Olsen and Ian Thomas.
Manhertz (concussion) won't return to Sunday's game against the Texans, Brendan Marks of The Charlotte Observer reports.
Analysis: It's unclear how Manhertz suffered the concussion, but now that he's been diagnosed, he'll officially enter the league's concussion protocol. The 26-year-old has been solid in his depth role, but now that he's sidelined, the depth chart consists of Greg Olsen and Ian Thomas. Manhertz will need to clear concussion protocol before he's cleared to suit up in practice and game action.
Manhertz is re-signing with the Panthers on a two-year contract, Adam Schefter of ESPN reports.
Analysis: The 26-year-old caught two passes on 344 offensive snaps in 2018, highlighted by a 50-yard touchdown reception on a fourth-down pass from running back Christian McCaffrey in Week 15 against New Orleans. With fellow tight ends Greg Olsen (foot) and Ian Thomas both under contract for 2019, it appears Manhertz is headed for another season working as a blocking specialist.
Manhertz recorded 52 yards and a touchdown on two catches while appearing in 16 games in 2018.
Analysis: Manhertz played 343 offensive snaps this season but was a blocker first and a receiving option second. Save for a 50-yard touchdown reception, he didn't have much of any fantasy impact this season. He's a free agent this offseason and will likely see a similar role with a team in 2019, though he could see slightly greater usage as a receiving target.
Manhertz scored a 50-yard touchdown on his lone reception from two targets in Monday night's 12-9 loss to the Saints.
Analysis: Manhertz entered Monday's tilt with merely one reception and three targets this season, making him the perfect candidate to sneak open on a fourth-down trick play that saw Christian McCaffrey find him deep. That play gave Manhertz his first-career touchdown, which should be hugely satisfying for the rarely used tight end.
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