College: Milwaukee | 6 years
Height: 6'7" | Weight: 230 lbs
Birth Date: 7/29/1991
Depth Chart: TE2.1
2019 Bye Week: 7
Total Pts: 11.6
Avg Pts: 1.93
Rank: 58 TE
|Week 2||1.40||Demetrius Harris 4 receiving yds (0.40 pts)|
Demetrius Harris 1 reception (1.00 pts)
|Week 3||7.20||Demetrius Harris 2 receiving yds (0.20 pts)|
Demetrius Harris 1 reception (1.00 pts)
Demetrius Harris 1 receiving TD (6.00 pts)
. . . Demetrius Harris 2 yd TD pass from Baker Mayfield
|Week 5||1.00||Demetrius Harris 1 reception (1.00 pts)|
|Week 6||2.00||Demetrius Harris 1 receiving 2XP (2.00 pts)|
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|Playoff Week 2|
Cleveland Browns tight end Demetrius Harris was not targeted in a 32-28 loss to the Seattle Seahawks in Week 6. The big tight end did contribute by catching a two-point conversion in the fourth quarter. Harris has been up-and-down since David Njoku broke his wrist in Week 2 but he has been outproduced over the past three weeks by fellow tight end Ricky Seals-Jones, who has two touchdowns over that span. Harris simply isn't a big enough part of the Cleveland passing attack to trust in fantasy for now. He will take on the New England Patriots in Week 8 after his bye this weekend.
Cleveland Browns tight end Demetrius Harris will continue to operate as the team's lead tight end while David Njoku heals from a broken wrist. Harris will suit up against the division-rival Baltimore Ravens on the road in Week 4. Baltimore has been tough on enemy tight ends this season, allowing the eighth-fewest fantasy points per game to the position. Harris does have some touchdown upside as he was targeted twice in the end zone in his team's Week 3 loss. He came down with one of those targets for a two-yard touchdown in the contest. Harris should continue to be utilized in the red zone but he is likely to disappoint in fantasy if he doesn't score. Treat him as a desperation TE3 for Week 4.
Cleveland Browns tight end Demetrius Harris caught a two-yard touchdown in a 20-13 loss to the Los Angeles Rams in Week 3. It was his only catch in a game where he drew just two targets. Harris saw an increased role with David Njoku on injured reserve with a broken wrist but was not a major part of the game plan. His only other target came in the end zone in the fourth quarter on what looked like a catchable ball but Harris was unable to pull down the high pass. He will be a low-end TE2 for Week 4's matchup against the Baltimore Ravens.
Cleveland Browns tight end Demetrius Harris should see an uptick in playing time with David Njoku (concussion, wrist) out for the foreseeable future. Njoku was concussed and fractured his wrist when he took a huge hit during Monday night's win over the New York Jets. Harris is expected to play starter's snaps in Njoku's place, although it remains to be seen if he is a major part of the game plan. The veteran tight end only saw one target last week, despite Njoku departing during the first quarter. Harris is nothing more than a desperation option at the tight end position for Week 3's home game against the Los Angeles Rams.
Cleveland Browns tight end Demetrius Harris failed to catch any of his four targets in his team's third preseason game against the Tampa Bay Buccaneers on Friday. With David Njoku not playing, Harris got the start and played into the second quarter with quarterback Baker Mayfield. The veteran tight end is expected to take a secondary role this season but Harris would have some standalone value if Njoku were to suffer an injury. Harris does not need to be drafted in fantasy leagues but he would presumably be a hot waiver add should he find his way into the starting job during the season.
Cleveland Browns tight end Demetrius Harris was unable to corral either of his two targets in a 21-18 preseason win over the Indianapolis Colts on Saturday. Harris, who came over to Cleveland as a free-agent after spending five seasons with the Kansas City Chiefs, is expected to serve as the team's second tight end after David Njoku. Of course, Njoku is dealing with a knee injury, which will give Harris more run with the first team during preseason practices. The Browns should run more 12 personnel this season, which would get Harris on the field alongside Njoku in certain situations. Harris doesn't need to be drafted but he is worth monitoring just in case the Browns show that he is a significant part of their plans, especially in the red zone.
Cleveland Browns TE Demetrius Harris (concussion) returned to practice Saturday, Aug. 10.
Cleveland Browns TE Demetrius Harris (concussion) has been placed on the concussion protocol.