|Ht / Wt:||6'1" / 205 lb.|
|Drafted:||None / UDFA|
Sherfield gathered in 19 of 28 passes for 210 yards and one touchdown in 13 appearances during the 2018 season.
Analysis: Prior to a Week 9 bye, the undrafted rookie was active just five times, earning three offensive snaps versus 43 on special teams. However, the Cardinals' receiving corps experienced a number of injuries in the second half of the campaign and turned to Sherfield over the likes of J.J. Nelson and even Chad Williams when the latter was healthy enough to play. Between Weeks 14 and 17, Sherfield took advantage of the loss of Christian Kirk to a broken foot, turning 85 to 94 percent of the offensive snaps in all four games into a 16-177-1 line on 22 targets. At the very least, Sherfield put himself into the conversation for the No. 3 spot at wide receiver behind Larry Fitzgerald (assuming he returns) and Kirk for next year and beyond.
Sherfield brought in all six of his targets for 62 yards in the Cardinals' 31-9 win over the Rams on Sunday.
Analysis: The rookie paced the Cardinals in receiving yards and shared the lead in receptions with Larry Fitzgerald in what was another strong late-season effort. Sherfield also generated 5-77 line in Week 14, and he scored his first NFL touchdown in Week 15 versus the Falcons in Week 16. The Vanderbilt product will look to continue surging and enter the offseason with some momentum when Arizona closes out the season against the Seahawks in Week 17.
Sherfield (ankle) practiced fully Friday and doesn't carry a designation into Sunday's game against the Rams, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Chad Williams (hamstring) also advanced to full participation Friday to gain clearance for the weekend, but his return from a six-game absence shouldn't have a huge impact on Sherfield. The Vanderbilt product seems to have firmly established himself as the clear No. 2 wideout behind Larry Fitzgerald, drawing 15 targets over the past three weeks and nabbing nine passes for 113 yards and a touchdown. Even if he maintains that level of volume in Week 16, however, Sherfield hardly ranks as a must-play option in fantasy lineups.
Sherfield (ankle) was a limited practice participant Wednesday, Josh Weinfuss of ESPN.com reports.
Analysis: Essentially the last man standing behind Larry Fitzgerald, the 22-year-old undrafted rookie was one of the few bright spots for Arizona in ugly losses the past two weeks, catching eight of 12 targets for 92 yards and his first career touchdown. Assuming the ankle injury isn't too serious, Sherfield should get plenty of run Sunday against the Rams, potentially heading for a third straight week with a snap share above 90 percent.
Sherfield reeled in five of his seven targets for 77 yards during Sunday's 17-3 loss to the Lions.
Analysis: An undrafted rookie, Sherfield took full advantage of the void left behind by Christian Kirk (foot), posting career highs across the board. Prior to Sunday's outburst, Sherfield had worked his way into a regular gig, earning between 37 and 54 percent of the offensive snaps in the previous four games. That number increased substantially to nearly 93 percent Week 14, which pushed him to second among Cardinals receivers behind Larry Fitzgerald (96 percent) and well ahead of J.J. Nelson (69) and Jalen Tolliver (12). Sherfield will attempt to keep his name in the presses Sunday in Atlanta, whose defense has given up 8.5 YPT and 19 touchdowns to wide receives in 13 games this season.
Sherfield played 39 (of 73) offensive snaps during Sunday's 26-14 loss in Kansas City.
Analysis: The Cardinals were without No. 3 wide receiver Chad Williams (ankle), and instead of turning to J.J. Nelson (20 snaps) or newcomer Kendall Wright (inactive), the coaching staff trusted in Sherfield. Entering Week 10, Sherfield had just three snaps on offense and 43 on special teams in five appearances. Unfortunately, he was unable to parlay the elevated workload into any production. If Williams returns Week 11 against the Raiders, Sherfield likely would revert to the fringes of Arizona's receiving corps.
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