|Team:||Green Bay Packers|
|Ht / Wt:||6'4" / 251 lb.|
|Drafted:||2019 / Rd. 3 (75)|
Sternberger (coach's decision) will be inactive for Saturday's matchup with the Rams, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Sternberger was a healthy scratch in the Packers' regular season finale after clearing concussion protocol. Green Bay is opting to continue rolling with Dominique Dafney as their No. 3 tight end behind Robert Tonyan and Marcedes Lewis. As a result, Sternberger will watch the team's playoff matchup from the sidelines.
Sternberger (coach's decision) is inactive for Sunday's game against the Bears.
Analysis: The 24-year-old cleared the concussion protocol this week after missing the past three games, but he still ended up a healthy scratch for the final game of the regular season. Robert Tonyan, Marcedes Lewis and Dominique Dafney are Green Bay's three active tight ends Sunday.
Sternberger (concussion) won't carry an injury designation into Sunday's game against the Bears, Adam Caplan of SiriusXM NFL Radio reports.
Analysis: Sternberger has cleared the league's five-step concussion protocol and will return to action after a three-game absence. Robert Tonyan has established himself as the top tight end in Green Bay's offense. Sternberger has yet to play more than 28 snaps in a game as a result.
Sternberger (concussion) was limited during Thursday's practice session.
Analysis: Since sustaining his concussion Dec. 6 during a win over Philadelphia, Sternberger has missed three consecutive games. The 24-year-old has proven capable of submitting consecutive limited sessions between Wednesday and Thursday, however, a stark improvement compared to last week when he sat out all three of the Packers' practices. He'll still have to clear league concussion protocol, but Sternberger is trending in the right direction heading into a Sunday late afternoon kickoff at Chicago.
Sternberger (concussion) practiced in limited fashion Wednesday, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Sternberger has been sidelined for three consecutive games due to a concussion. His return to practice, albeit limited, is definitely a step in the right direction. Still, he will need to clear the team's concussion protocol before he has a chance to return.
Sternberger (concussion) has been ruled out for Sunday's game versus the Titans, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: The 24-year-old will be sidelined for the third straight game due to the concussion. Sternberger has yet to practice in any capacity since suffering the concussion Week 13, so his status for Week 17 also remains in doubt.
Sternberger (concussion/illness) was a non-participant during Thursday's practice session, Tom Silverstein of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Sternberger's concussion has lingered, and an inability to gain practice clearance is beginning to threaten his Week 16 availability. The Texas A&M product initially sustained his head injury Dec. 6 during a win over the Eagles. If he's unable to rally for a Sunday night matchup against Tennessee, it would mean a third consecutive absence from Sternberger and likely only increased opportunities for breakout tight end Robert Tonyan.
Sternberger (concussion/illness) did not practice Wednesday.
Analysis: Sternberger has missed back-to-back games while working through the concussion protocol, and he's now also dealing with an undisclosed ailment. Top tight end Robert Tonyan could see a slight uptick in targets during Sunday's game against the Titans if Sternberger isn't cleared to suit up.
Sternberger (concussion) wasn't present at Tuesday's practice, Olivia Reiner of the Milwaukee Journal Sentinel reports.
Analysis: Sternberger has missed two games, and he remains in the league's five-step concussion protocol. The second-year tight end will need to take the field by Friday to have a chance to play Sunday against the Titans. The Packers will reveal an official practice report when they take the field Wednesday that should signal if Sternberger has made any progress.
The Packers list Sternberger (concussion) as out for Sunday's game against the Panthers, Wes Hodkiewicz of Green Bay's official site reports.
Analysis: Sternberger remains in the NFL's concussion protocol and wasn't able to practice in any fashion Tuesday through Thursday, so his absence for the Week 15 game isn't too surprising in that context. With Sternberger out of the picture, Robert Tonyan could draw an extra target or two as the Packers' clear top pass-catching tight end, while blocking specialist Marcedes Lewis may see an uptick in his overall snaps.
Sternberger (concussion) was listed as a non-participant on Tuesday's practice estimate.
Analysis: Sternberger is trending in the wrong direction to begin the week. He has two more practice sessions to take the field and have a chance to play in Saturday's matchup against the Panthers. Robert Tonyan and Marcedes Lewis will handle nearly all the tight end reps if Sternberger misses a second straight game, and Dominique Dafney should rotate in as well.
Sternberger (concussion) has been ruled out of Sunday's game versus the Lions, Rob Demovsky of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Sternberger didn't practice all week and will miss his first game of the season. The second-year tight end will aim to return to practice next week with hopes of playing against the Panthers on Dec. 19. Robert Tonyan and Marcedes Lewis are the only two tight ends currently on the active roster, but the Packers may call up Dominique Dafney from the practice squad again.
Sternberger (concussion) didn't suit up in Thursday's practice.
Analysis: Sternberger missed his second straight practice Thursday, as he appears in jeopardy of missing Week 14. The second-year pro appears to still reside in concussion protocol, so he'll need to be fully cleared in order to suit up. With both Sternberger and Mercedes Lewis (knee) missing practice Thursday, Robert Tonyan is currently the only healthy tight end on the roster.
Sternberger didn't participate in Wednesday's practice due to a concussion.
Analysis: Sternberger was diagnosed with a concussion during last week's win over Philadelphia, and as evidenced by this news he still resides in the league's concussion protocol. The team is a bit thin at tight end currently, with Sternberger and Mercedes Lewis (knee) both managing practice snaps Wednesday.
Sternberger won't return to Sunday's game against the Eagles after being diagnosed with a concussion.
Analysis: Sternberger will enter the league's five-step concussion protocol, which he'll need to clear in order to play against the Lions next week. For the time being, Marcedes Lewis and Dominique Dafney will serve as depth behind lead tight end Robert Tonyan.
Sternberger is being checked for a concussion during Sunday's game against the Eagles, Matt Schneidman of The Athletic reports.
Analysis: Sternberger went to the locker room for evaluation in the second quarter. Robert Tonyan, Marcedes Lewis and Dominique Dafney will handle the tight end reps for the time being.
Sternberger was targeted three times and caught three passes for 23 yards in Sunday's loss to the Colts.
Analysis: Sternberger was on the field for just 16 snaps Sunday, but that was enough for him to tie the career-high three receptions he recorded in both Weeks 3 and 8 of this season. Sternberger has made strides in his second season, but he remains well behind Robert Tonyan on the depth chart and also played fewer snaps than fellow tight end Marcedes Lewis in five of the last six contests.
Sternberger was targeted once and caught one pass for one yard in Thursday's victory over the 49ers.
Analysis: Sternberger's positive momentum hit a wall Thursday, as he and the rest of the Packers' tight ends were afterthoughts in the team's Week 9 game plan. He did play at least 27 percent of the snaps for the fifth time in six games, but he has not been on the field for more than 37 percent of the plays in any game this season.
Sternberger caught three passes for a career-high 46 yards in Sunday's loss to the Vikings.
Analysis: One week after scoring the first regular-season touchdown of his career Sternberger set a new career high in single-game receiving yards. He also played a career-high 28 snaps and -- at least for fantasy purposes -- seems to have pulled ahead of Marcedes Lewis in the Packers' tight end hierarchy. While Sternberger is becoming more involved in the offense and the Packers like utilizing multiple tight ends, he remains both a distant second behind Robert Tonyan on the depth chart and a fringy option in most fantasy leagues.
Sternberger hauled in a three-yard touchdown pass on his lone target in Sunday's victory over the Texans.
Analysis: Sternberger notched the first regular-season touchdown of his career and was the only Green Bay tight end to find paydirt in Sunday's contest, but he finished third at his position in snaps and did not see another pass in his direction. While Sternberger was on the field for at least 30 percent of the snaps three times over the Packers' last four games, expect him and Marcedes Lewis to continue playing complementary roles behind top tight end Robert Tonyan.
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