Ladarius Green (head) could be forced to retire
Pittsburgh Steelers tight end Ladarius Green could be considering retirement as he deals with recurring headaches, per ProFootballTalk.
It has been revealed that Green's absence from training camp has been due to recurring headaches, not the foot surgery he had earlier in the offseason. Expect both Green and the Steelers to show extreme caution with what could turn out to be a serious issue.
Among tight ends to see at least 40 targets in 2015, Green ranked 17th in Reception Net Expected Points (NEP) per target. Our algorithms currently project him to finish as the fantasy TE13 this season, with 59 receptions for 679 yards and 4.51 touchdowns.
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