Adam Humphries

Sports Injury Predictor


Chance of Injury in 2021: question mark 34%
Chance of Injury per Game: question mark 2.4%
Projected Games missed for 2021: question mark 0.7
Durability: question mark 5

Low Risk


Adam Humphries Player Overview

What You Need to Know:

  • Washington signed Humphries to a 1-year deal with $1.19 million this offseason, but just $150,000 of that is guaranteed. That likely doesn’t even make him a lock for the regular-season roster.
  • Humphries lost 15 games to injuries with the Titans over the past 2 seasons, including the playoffs.
    • He missed 6 in 2019 with a high-ankle sprain.
    • Last year, a concussion cost him 4 games and then landed him on IR after he tried to come back for a week.
  • Humphries’ yards per catch fell each of the past 2 years -- in spite of his average depth of target increasing.
    • He went from 6.0 ADOT in his final Tampa Bay season (2018) to 7.3 and then 10.0 the past 2 years.
    • His respective yards-per-catch averages: 10.7, 10.1 and 9.9.
  • The past 2 seasons marked the longest ADOTs of Humphries’ 6-year career.
  • He’s pretty strictly a slot receiver, topping 80% slot snaps each of the past 4 years.

Draft Sharks Bottom Line:

Humphries’ best hope is that rookie Dyami Brown doesn’t prove ready for a top-3 role in Washington’s WR corps -- and that players such as Cam Sims and Antonio Gandy-Golden don’t either. Even then, Humphries would be the 3rd receiver behind the far-more-dynamic Terry McLaurin and Curtis Samuel. Add Logan Thomas and the RBs, and it’s tough to imagine this short-ranger getting near enough targets to support any real fantasy value.

Adam Humphries Injury History

Date League Injury Details
Dec 4, 2019 NFL Pedal Ankle (high) Sprain Grade 3 Humphries' ankle injury prevented him from logging any work in practice. He missed 6 games
Dec 4, 2016 NFL Head Cranial Concussion Grade 1 Humphries missed 1 game with a concussion he suffered against the Chargers.