College: Southern Methodist | Rookie
Height: 6'0" | Weight: 200 lbs
Birth Date: 12/7/1995
2018 Bye Week: 4
On IR - ankle
Total Pts: 11
Avg Pts: 0.69
Rank: 155 WR
|Week 11||3||Trey Quinn 49 receiving yds (1 pts)|
Trey Quinn 49 receiving yds (2 pts)
|Week 12||8||Trey Quinn 1 receiving TD (6 pts)|
. . . Trey Quinn 10 yd TD pass from Colt McCoy
Trey Quinn 26 receiving yds (1 pts)
Trey Quinn 26 receiving yds (1 pts)
|Playoff Week 1|
|Playoff Week 2|
|Playoff Week 3|
|Playoff Week 4|
|No Playoff Match Up|
The Washington Redskins placed wide receiver Trey Quinn (ankle), cornerback Quinton Dunbar (shin) and offensive guard Jonathan Cooper (biceps) on season-ending Injured Reserve on Wednesday and signed quarterback Josh Johnson, center Demetrius Rhaney, guard Zac Kerin and defensive end Marcus Smith in corresponding moves. The falling Redskins continue to get worse. Quinn's loss hurt's the special teams unit the most, while Dunbar was one of the team's most effective cornerbacks.
Washington Redskins CB Quinton Dunbar (shin) and WR Trey Quinn (ankle) were placed on the Reserve/Injured list Wednesday, Dec. 5. Free-agent C Demetrius Rhaney (Redskins) re-signed with the team on an undisclosed deal.
Washington Redskins wide receiver/returner Trey Quinn (ankle) is inactive for Monday night against the Eagles. Quinn will mainly be missed on special teams, as he was not a fantasy factor at all this year on offense. Running backs Byron Marshall and Samaje Perine are also healthy scratches with Chris Thompson (ribs) returning as the third-down back.
The Washington Redskins have declared OT Austin Howard, RB Byron Marshall, CB Quinton Dunbar, WR Trey Quinn, RB Samaje Perine and DT Matt Ioannidis inactive for Week 13.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Trey Quinn (ankle), who missed practice on Saturday and who is questionable for Monday night, was seen in a walking boot walking to the team's plane. Quinn is more valuable to the team as a returner, and he has just nine catches on 10 targets for 75 yards and a touchdown in three games this season. He's not on the fantasy radar.
Washington Redskins CB Quinton Dunbar (shin) and WR Trey Quinn (ankle) did not participate in practice Saturday, Dec. 1, and are listed as questionable to face the Philadelphia Eagles in Week 13. LB Zach Brown (knee), DE Matt Ioannidis (shin) and OT Morgan Moses (knee) were limited during practice and are listed as questionable. OG Tony Bergstrom (knee), LB Ryan Anderson (wrist), RB Kapri Bibbs (shoulder) and OT Trent Williams (thumb) fully participated and were not listed on the injury report.
Washington Redskins CB Quinton Dunbar (shin) did not participate in practice Friday, Nov. 30. OG Tony Bergstrom (knee), LB Zach Brown (knee), DE Matt Ioannidis (shin), OT Morgan Moses (knee) and WR Trey Quinn (ankle) were limited during practice. LB Ryan Anderson (wrist), RB Kapri Bibbs (shoulder) and OT Trent Williams (thumb) fully participated in practice.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Trey Quinn has been moderately productive in his first two games back from an extended injury, hauling in nine catches for 75 yards. Pedestrian as those numbers are, he's only been targeted 10 times, so the silver lining here is he's capitalized on the opportunities sent his way. Quinn could be poised for a more lucrative outing on Monday night against an Eagles defense that has allowed opposing wideouts to run roughshod over them all season. He's worth watching to see if the Redskins choose to look his way in a matchup that can reasonably be expected to yield favorable results.
Washington Redskins LB Zach Brown (knee), CB Quinton Dunbar (shin), DE Matt Ioannidis (shin) and OT Morgan Moses (knee) did not participate in practice Thursday, Nov. 29. OG Tony Bergstrom (knee) and WR Trey Quinn (ankle) were limited during practice. LB Ryan Anderson (wrist), RB Kapri Bibbs (shoulder) and OT Trent Williams (thumb) fully participated in practice.
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn caught five of seven targets for 26 yards and a touchdown in Week 12's loss to the Dallas Cowboys.
Fantasy Spin: The rookie has scant appeal, and only for PPR formats, but as you can see by his 5.2 yards-per-catch average, he offers little without finding the end zone. A slot receiver through and through, Quinn is unlikely to have much of a role when Jamison Crowder returns to the field.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Trey Quinn found his way into the end zone in Thursday's loss at Dallas. He was targeted six times, but was only able to amass 26 yards. Despite this relatively pedestrian performance salvaged by a touchdown, Quinn appears to be establishing himself as a reliable option in Washington's passing game. Even if he takes on more of a dink-and-dunk role, he could wind up providing flex value in PPR formats. He's worth keeping an eye on as you get your roster ready for the fantasy playoffs.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Trey Quinn will look to build on a modest Week 11 outing in which he hauled in all four of his targets for 49 yards. Working in his favor is the fact that he finds himself immersed among a ghastly collection of wideouts that have done next to nothing of fantasy relevance in 2018. With Washington trying to prop up an unproductive and injury-riddled corps of receivers, Quinn could find his way into the game plan if he proves reliable enough to continue making good on his targets. He'll unfortunately have to prove himself against a Dallas defense that hasn't been kind to opposing wide receivers. Monitor Quinn's performance on Thursday with the fantasy playoffs in mind.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Trey Quinn saw his first game action since Week 1 on Sunday. Quinn was placed on injured reserve after the season-opener, and reactivated earlier this week. He was visible in the passing game, hauling in all four of his targets for 49 yards, the most of any Redskins wideout. It would not normally be worth monitoring a rookie wide receiver fresh off an extended stay on the IR, but Washington's receiving corps is bad enough to open the door for Quinn to earn real playing time going forward. We'll want to see more from him before considering him in any fantasy format, but the fact that he caught all four of his targets means he's heading in the right direction.
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn recorded four receptions for 49 yards on four targets in the Week 11 game against the Houston Texans to lead all wide receivers on the team.
Fantasy Spin: Quinn really jelled well with Colt McCoy in this one, and could be a sneaky fantasy player going forward. Still, he is only worth fantasy attention in leagues of 16 or more teams if you need a WR4 or WR5, and as a speculative low-end play in DFS. The Redskins travel to meet the Cowboys on Thanksgiving in Week 12.
Washington Redskins seventh-round rookie wide receiver Trey Quinn has been listed as the starter in his first game of the season. He has spent the last two months of the season on Injured Reserve with an ankle injury. He has been a good name around the organization, and they are short at wide receiver with several injuries to key players. Quinn will give quarterback Alex Smith a big body to throw to, and they intend to give him a good number of targets based on starting him this first week back.
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn will be one of the starting receivers in the Week 11 game in place of WR Jamison Crowder (ankle).
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn (ankle) will serve as the team's punt returner in Week 11 if he is active for the game, according to head coach Jay Gruden.
Washington Redskins WR Trey Quinn (ankle) was activated off the Reserve/Injured list and added to the active roster Wednesday, Nov. 14. Additionally, free-agent CB Joshua Holsey (Redskins) was re-signed to the practice squad.
The Washington Redskins activated rookie wide receiver Trey Quinn (ankle) from Injured Reserve on Wednesday and signed cornerback Joshua Holsey to the practice squad. Quinn was the last pick of this year's draft. He will provide depth to a receiving corps that is without Paul Richardson and Jamison Crowder. However, Quinn will be highly unlikely to return fantasy value for the rest of the season.
Washington Redskins wide receiver Trey Quinn (ankle) is back at practice and is eligible to return from Injured Reserve next Monday at the earliest. The seventh-round rookie was hurt in the only game he played in this year, but it's worth noting since the Redskins thin receiving corps recently lost Paul Richardson for the season. Jamison Crowder has been injured and a non-factor when healthy, so there's a chance that Quinn could carve out a role alongside Josh Doctson and Maurice Harris. Quinn is purely a watch-list guy in the deepest of leagues.