College: San Diego State | Rookie
Height: 6'5" | Weight: 252 lbs
Birth Date: 3/23/1997
2019 Bye Week: 10
Total Pts: 0
Avg Pts: 0
The Texans picked Warring in the third round of this year's draft. He is likely No. 3 on the depth chart his rookie year but could move up quickly if he plays well. He has the potential to improve in a hurry. Warring catches the ball well, is a solid route runner and can hold his own as a blocker. He is a fairly complete tight end.
FANTASY OUTLOOK: Warring will get some targets his rookie year but isn't really a player to draft just yet. He will be too sporadic with his production. He can get around 20 catches for 250 yards with a few scores.
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Houston Texans rookie tight end Kahale Warring remains in concussion protocol and has now missed two weeks of practice. Warring, a third round pick this year, looked like someone who could contribute some early during the first parts of offseason practices, but at this point, it would be a surprise to see him on the field much as a rookie, as his injury has caused him to miss valuable practice time at a position where rookies really, really need practice time. Warring is an interesting dynasty pick, but should be avoided in re-draft leagues.
Houston Texans rookie tight end Kahale Warring is finally practicing with the team after starting training camp on the PUP list, but so far he's mainly seeing snaps with the backup offense. This suggests that both Jordan Akins and Jordan Thomas are ahead of Warring in the pecking order right now. Warring's got potential down the line and should be rostered in dynasty leagues, but it's looking like his rookie season won't be relevant in re-draft.
Houston Texans rookie tight end Kahale Warring (hamstring) has been removed from the non-football injury list and will be able to begin practicing with the team. Warring impressed coaches in the team's earlier offseason workouts, but he's likely going to be fighting Jordan Akins for snaps as the team's second tight end, not Jordan Thomas for snaps as the team's first tight end. Warring's a promising player, but Houston has a lot of mouths to feed at the position and rookie tight ends have a history of taking a year to develop. Warring is an intriguing dynasty stash, but isn't an option in redraft yet.
While it's unclear what led to him being placed on it, Houston Texans rookie tight end Kahale Warring will open training camp on the Active/Non-Football Injury list. What this essentially means is that Warring is dealing with some injury that wasn't sustained as part of his NFL duties and that he won't be available to practice at the start of training camp. As a rookie who plays a position where the Texans have a lot of depth, Warring may miss out on valuable early reps that could help him battle for snaps over second-year tight ends Jordan Akins and Jordan Thomas. Warring is much more interesting as a dynasty prospect than a re-draft one at this stage.
The Houston Texans spent a third round pick in this year's draft on San Diego State tight end Kahale Warring despite drafting two tight ends last season, but the team is excited by Warring's progression during offseason workouts. Warring's still a raw prospect and is unlikely to be able to make an immediate impact for the Texans, but his upside suggests that he'll play a role on this team at some point. Warring is a great player to take a late flyer on in dynasty rookie drafts, though he remains a major risk in re-draft leagues at this point.